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Volume 4 Shine on New Song, “Mood”

New group Volume 4 has been on a roll lately with great new music like “Body Work” and “Catch A Vibe”. Continuing to soar, the beautiful new foursome release their next big song, titled, “Mood”. “Mood” is a sleek, catchy, and outstanding new single for the buzzworthy group as they describe the current trailblazing vibe. Continuing to raise the bar and prove once again, they got next and they got this. A video for the new single is also on the away as announced by the group upon the release of the new song. After listening to “Modd”, we realize more »

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K. Luci – “KIN”

New Jersey’s own K. Luci is a multi-faceted artist: rapper, singer, producer, and engineer. His eclectic musical background, along with his creative mindset and out-of-the-box thinking, allows him to create a unique style of melodic, R&B-infused hip-hop that cements his status as this generation’s JOAT (Jack of All Trades). “KIN” is the lead single from K. Luci & Teyshon’s co-produced joint EP, “17 WEST PARKE AVE.” The track displays the duo’s ability to easily blur genre lines, putting R&B-inspired melodies and vocals over powerful 808s and trap drums. “KIN” sets the tone for what is to come from the two more »

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DMVC BLVCK – GEKYUME (EP)

Los Angeles-by-way-of-North Carolina DMVC BLVCK pays homage to the slain rapper XXXTentacion on new EP, properly-titled, Gekyume. Titled inspired by the word created by the late-“Moonlight” hitmaker, DMVC BLVCK drops a brand new six-track project filled with catchy metaphors, impressive lyricism, and so much more in this compact project. DMVC BLVCK on making GEKYUME: I like to experiment with different sounds an consider myself pretty versatile when it comes to my artistic process and creative approach, Not many songs of mine will sound like others as I like to explore other genres in hopes to make pieces of work for more »

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Izzy Strange & Mick Jenkins Drop “Halfway Crooks”

Pennsylvanian emcee Izzy Strange once again combines lyrical forces with Chicago’s Mick Jenkins to enforce a term made notorious by the infamous Mobb Deep on their breakout track, “Shook Ones Pt. 2”. On this eerie, nineties themed instrumental crafted by Grammy Award winning producer Nate Fox, Izzy and Mick inform listeners that there’s still no such thing as “Halfway Crooks”. “Halfway Crooks” is the second release from Izzy Strange’s forthcoming mixtape, Izzy Duz It, which is set to drop this Halloween, October 31st. The first single was the eclectic “Just Me”, a soulful release that featured underground legend Blu and more »

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New York’s Boaz BagBag Supports Autism Research with First Tree Center

Autism is common. More than 200,000 new cases discovered annually, primarily diagnosed at infancy. Common, the resources for the disease are limited and inconvenient. Manhattan’s Boaz BAGBAG provides Uptown with a premiere location as he opens a nursery for Autistic children in Manhattan. Known as the First Tree Center. The nursery will be available for all autistic children in the surrounding New York-area. Providing urgent assistance, classrooms, and rehabilitating day care for children between infants through 3-years-old. Reports have shown, currently, 16 diagnosed infants travel to nurseries outside New York-area while other remain home due to inability of convenient travel more »

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WRRY Returns with Playful Banger “HOME”

Orange County rapper, WRRY, returns to the center of Soundcloud’s trap scene with the much-anticipated single titled “HOME.” Delivering trendy production that pockets cheerful melodies and snappy drums, WRRY brands popular trap sounds that feel familiar but sonic-ally push it with charisma and bravado that pulls listeners in. Different from his previous two singles, HOME is a straight-up banger that taps into WRRY’s inner MC. The 2-minute track champions the innocence and playfulness of a rated-E video game mixed with flavorful trap sauce. With bars and cadence that will remind one of Comethazine and Duwap Kaine, listeners don’t have to worry for WRRY to more »

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