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KAADENZE & STEALMYBEATS DEBUT ‘LAND OF THE WICKED’ LP

Austin Milby, better known as recording artist KAADENZE, put the world on notice of his game-changing arrival back September with his buzzworthy video, “Made For This”. After being forwarned, the Tustin, California rising star unveils his debut LP, creatively-titled, Land of the Wicked. The debut is an 11-track curse-free collective that introduces us to not only the artist but Austin. A man tackling his demons, pursuing his dreams relentlessly, and never giving up. Delivering a message of faith, self-love, and unlimited possibilities through the heavenly father. Not coming off as a preacher, KAADENZE gets his point across with rhymes and 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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SoCal Rising Star, WRRY, Drops Explosive Follow-Up Banger “MY TIME” with Apollo Hill

The Orange County music scene is thin. Aside from its crowded surf/ punk/ garage rock community that populates its underground music scene, Orange County is barren of accessible hip-hop talent making an impact on the culture. Now before I have the entire DIY community hate me for this assertion, let me be clear that beat showcases and collectives such as Beat Cinema and SXN have allowed an avenue for hip-hop and lo-fi producers to perform locally in cities such as Anaheim and Fullerton. Their efforts to colorize the hip-hop music scene in Orange County should not be overlooked. However, Orange more »

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