She’s Back! Bad Boy former artist, Brooklyn’s 1st Lady Of The Streets, Babs Bunny is back with the 1st release from her new album “GUMBO” entitled #FYM (F@#K You Mean) featuring NOLA’s own femcee 3D Na’tee. She still sounds pretty good to me.
Easalio is at it again with another tonal change within the #Mood series he has started a little over a month ago. Sitting on the mental ledge, the WPG member paints a picture of an apocalyptic world while expressing his thoughts on the people in it. “The street’s flooded with Hennessy on the sidewalks/the bums happy, they walkin’ round tryna find straws,” he raps cleverly about the end times.
As Trapanese approaches 400K plays on Soundcloud, Seattle artist Raz Simone follows up with a slow-burning new track called “All I Think Of”. I dig it.
After the recent success of his Van Gogh mixtape, Coca Vango teams with DJ Lil Keem to bring us Cocaine Flow. The 11-track project features appearances from Project Pat, YFN Kay, ManMan Savage, XVL Hendrix, Bandit Gang Marco and Landstrip Chip, and production from Beat Attikz, Jbo OnDaBeat, Cruz DaVinci, Lil Brandon, Tasha Catour and more.
St. Paul, MN lyricist DB Tha Rasta and Chicago’s G Herbo aka Lil Herb blast the haters on “Drill Season”, produced by Kash. This will appear on DB Tha Rasta’s upcoming project, slated for release in November.
After gaining some press on her latest songs “Raven’s Anthem” and “Perseverance”, Inverse 22 keeps the momentum going by releasing a new single entitled “Rider”. The female MC has been receiving radio play and also went on the Coast 2 Coast Tour recently.
After receiving the audio for K Camp’s new single “Touchdown”, today the Atlanta native gives us the official video. This is featured on his recently released “Lyric Ave” EP.
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