Posts tagged with "mixtape"

City Morgue “Dawg”

Hikari-Ultra/Republic Records duo City Morgue releases their new track and video “DAWG” today.
 
Watch
 “DAWG” HERE
Listen to “DAWG”: HERE
 
The melding of Rock and Rap is a concept that’s existed within the underbelly of music for decades, yet few have done what
 City Morgue is doing. When upstarts SosMula and ZillaKami come together, their fusion is seamless—oozing true skill with a reckless lack of fucks left to give. On their debut mixtape City Morgue Vol. 1: Hell or High Water, the dynamic duo delivered a new and exciting vibe for any fan of true music—from hip-hop to metal. Together they are City Morgue, and from the end of 2017, the two erupted Soundcloud with millions of listsens. City Morgue continues the movement that two have forged, with more tracks that reach a wider audience to come.

Blue Devil

 

Young Stoner Life Records artist, Lil Duke just dropped his celebrity-filled mixtape, Blue Devil 2. The label’s CEO, Young Thug and label-mates Lil Keed and Gunna are featured, along side Lil Yachty, Lil Durk, Steezy, Trapboy Freddy, and Young Jordan. The 18-track project comes just one day after the release of his latest music video, “N****s It Ain’t Safe.”
Take a listen to Lil Duke’s latest mixtape, Blue Devil 2 out now via 300 Entertainment and Young Stoner Life Records.
BLUE DEVIL 2 MIXTAPE: https://lilduke.ffm.to/bluedevil2
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TRACKLIST:
1. Believe In Me
2. Too Many
3. Niggas It Ain’t Safe
4. To The Moon ft. Young Thug
5. Rosé ft. Young Jordan
6. Wet Like A Boat ft. Lil Keed & Lil Yachty
7. Look In My Eyez
8. Petty ft. Gunna [watch video]
9. Fatigue ft. Trapboy Freddy
10. Out Da Seal
11. Prodigy ft. Lil Durk
12. The One
13. Wreccless
14. Feel My Pain
15. Wishy Washy
16. She Mine
17. I’m There ft. Steezy
18. Head On My Shoulders
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VALEE RELEASES “RUNNIN RICH” EP

EXECUTIVE PRODUCED BY KETCHUP – LISTEN HERE

TRACKLIST

1. YOPPIE

2. ICE ATTACK PREQUEL

3. ABOVE AVERAGE FT. G HERBO

4. PEPSI

5. JOHN DOE

6. BOXING

7. CLEVER FT. KING LOUIE

8. SLEEP NUMBER FT. VIC MENSA

“Valee is a quiet rapper making a lot of noise.” ——RollingStone

“Valee’s innovative style makes it impossible to predict what might come next.”  ——-Pitchfork

“Valee doesn’t sound like anything happening in Chicago hip-hop right now.” ——-Noisey

ABOUT VALEE:

In an era when aspiring public figures broadcast constantly in an effort to maximize their brand value, Valee’s coolly laconic stands apart. With short songs and a soft-spoken style, his unpredictable raps sketch subjects with a droll eye for detail over a bass-heavy canvas. This is trap music for the connoisseur, for fans of clever lyrics and effortless style. Valee grew up on Chicago’s South Side. When he received toys as a child, he would break them apart to figure out how they worked, a method he applies to his own process with music today:  “Sometimes I rap and cut and copy and paste and move parts around and it changes the whole song, for the better.” His music career began when, intent on buying a gaming system, he stopped at Guitar Center instead. “I just wanted to make beats better than what I hear on my mixtapes or on the radio, and I wanted to rap on it. I wasn’t thinking about anyone else at all.” His counterintuitive approach across five mixtapes and his G.O.O.D. Music debut EP, GOOD job, You Found Me, has captured the ears of artists and music aficionados alike, drawn to his unorthodox approach.

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CONTACT:

Renata Muniz

Renata.Muniz@umusic.com

Genesis Garcia

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Yoshi Flower releases New Song and Video

Yoshi Flower comes back with the latest track “Validation”, out now on Rock Mafia/Interscope Records. Earlier this year Paper Magazine named Yoshi Flower as one of their 100 names worth getting to know in advance. Check out the video shot in Southern California, HERE

The up-tempo, electronic/trap tune begins with Yoshi delicately singing “you’re so beautiful to me, can’t you see,” however, the song is not as sweet as his voice sounds. His lyrics debate the constant feeling we seek out more than ever in the era of social media – “validation.” Although the internet allows us to easily connect with others and access endless information, the dark side can be unsettling. Yoshi goes on to sing “I just spent a ticket on these new dress clothes, you’re not impressed though…just searching for validation…” The nostalgic visual, directed by Alex McDonnell, serves as a metaphor for how everything comes full circle. We’re all on a constant ride of wanting acceptance from one another. Yoshi ends the track the way he began, singing, “but you don’t need no validation. Baby ‘cause, you’re so beautiful to me, can’t you see.”

Last year Yoshi Flower signed to Interscope Records, released his debut mixtape titled, American Raver, toured with blackbear, Elohim, SG Lewis and opened for Dua Lipa. This year, he played his first 5-city headline tour, a string of showcases at SXSW and just last week, wrapped up a sold-out tour opening for K-Rap group, Epik High. Additionally, he released “Dirty Water,” which premiered on HYPEBEAST and led to L’Officiel calling the track a “demonstrative of Flower’s ability to transcend multiple genres of music, as he continues to elevate his eclectic sound by blending hip hop with electronic-pop, creating music that is not only of the moment but is uniquely his.” Yoshi continues to work on new music and is set to play Lollapalooza in August.

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OMB Peezy “Preacher to the Streets” Mixtape

OMB Peezy releases his latest mixtape, Preacher to the Streets, with guest appearances from G-Eazy, Boosie Badazz, Lil Durk, Sada Baby and more via 300 Entertainment and Sick Wid It Records

Lil Durk joins Peezy on “100”, which stresses integrity and appreciation. Wise beyond his years, OMB Peezy thoughtfully narrates explicit tales that lead right to your front door. Born in Alabama and raised in the Bay, OMB Peezy offers life lessons that show growth and discipline through his experiences and thoughtful processes. In “Ms Lois House”, the rapper reflects on hard times, lessons and blessings that occurred at or near his grandmother’s infamous home. 

“I really feel like the is the most satisfied I’ve been with putting together a full body of work. On certain songs like I tried digging deeper into my thoughts and feelings. However, I still show my day one fans that I’m having fun with life mo matter how tough the trials and tribulations are. I am Pastor P. I am a preacher to the streets,” said Peezy.

On his previous project, Loyalty Over Love, the 21-year-old rapper was adamant about showing the world who he really is and keeping the features to the minimum. Now, he is ready to show the magic created when he bounces off the energy of his peers. OMB Peezy maneuvers through beats with a sense of arrogance that could come from nowhere else but the streets. Pitchfork stated that “Peezy often structures his verses like rants, swinging between thoughts while simultaneously reacting to them.” He plays with different tempos and delivers stories through respected hip-hop techniques that have allowed him to create and dominate his own lane. 

Be sure to listen to Preacher to the Streets below and keep a look out for Peezy and Lil Durk’s music video to “100.”

LYRIC VIDEO – 100 FT. LIL DURK

VIDEO – ONE ME FT. SADA BABY

VIDEO – STRUGGLE FT. BOOSIE BADAZZ

Preacher to the Streets Track List:

1. Project Baby ft. William King

2. Where I Come From

3. Try So Hard

4. Struggle ft. Boosie Badazz

5. One Me ft. Sada Baby

6. No Keys ft. G-Easy

7. Treacherous ft. Seddy

8. 100 ft. Lil Durk

9. My Youngin

10. I’m Straight ft. T.I

11. Let Me Know

12. Murder

13. Tupac Skit

14. Countdown

15. Ms. Lois House

OMB Peezy “One Me” Music Video

OMB Peezy just dropped the music video to his explosive new single “One Me” featuring breakout Detroit artist, Sada BabyPeezy also announced his new mixtape, Preacher to the Streets coming April 26th, which is currently available for pre-save. The new record comes shortly after Peezy’s “Struggle” video with Boosie Badazz and “No Keys” featuring G-Eazy. Take a look at the Michelle Parker directed visual.

OMB Peezy Drops New Single

OMB PEEZY DROPS “ONE ME” FT. SADA BABY

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PREACHER TO THE STREETS MIXTAPE COMING 4/26

PRE-SAVE NOW

OMB Peezy teamed up with breakout artist, Sada Baby for their collaborative banger, “One Me.” Peezy also announced his new mixtape, Preacher to the Streets coming April 26th, which is currently available for pre-save.

The new record comes shortly after Peezy’s “Struggle” video with Boosie Badazz and “No Keys” featuring G-Eazy. Take a listen to “One Me” below and look out for it’s music video, next week.

AUDIO – ONE ME FT. SADA BABY

AUDIO – PRE-SAVE PREACHER TO THE STREETS

VIDEO – STRUGGLE FT. BOOSIE BADAZZ

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TLE Cinco Releases “2.0 Cinco” Mixtape

19 year-old Bessemer, Alabama native, TLE Cinco just released his debut-label project, 2.0 Cinco. The “All The Money” rapper caught the attention of 300 Entertainment in late 2018. After catching the attention of ElevatorSingersroom, and DJ Carisma, TLE has garnered a special feature from label-mate, Tee Grizzley for the remix of “All The Money.” Throughout the spring, Cinco will continue to release visuals from the 13-track project. Check out TLE Cinco’s new mixtape below.

Lil Poppa “Man of the Year”

INTRODUCING LIL POPPA’S NEW SINGLE “MAN OF THE YEAR” OUT NOW! LISTEN ON ALL PLATFORMS HERE

NEW PROJECT UNDER INVESTIGATION 2 — OUT THIS SPRING!

With his powerful wordplay and soulful storytelling, Lil Poppa turns each of his songs into an up-close account of life in his hometown of Jacksonville, FL. Today the dynamite young talent has released the first offering off his upcoming new project Under Investigation 2 (out this Spring) — a powerful anthem in “Man of The Year.”

LISTEN TO “MAN OF THE YEAR” by LIL POPPA

At just 18-years-old, Lil Poppa has already drawn major attention for tracks like “Purple Hearts” — an independent release that’s organically amassed over 2.6 million YouTube views, all on the strength of Poppa’s straight-from-the-heart delivery and hard-hitting lyrics. Signed by Interscope’s Executive Vice President Joie Manda, this new signing further cements the company’s proven track record in breaking exciting new rap artists; “Natural talent spotlights itself, and with Poppa’s raw talent and unwavering mission to get his message out — there seems to be no stopping Poppa’s undeniable rise. He’s one to watch,” adds Joie.

Poppa began rapping each week at church, joining a group of friends and sharing rhymes with a spiritual bent. At age 12, he built a makeshift studio in his closet and started self-recording with a laptop and Radio Shack microphone. With a string of mixtapes under his belt, Poppa made his breakthrough with a pair of singles from 2018: “Nightmare on Elm St.” and “Purple Hearts,” whose cinematic video revealed the real-life story behind the song.”