DJ Wallah comes back with a new track with Albee Al and Arsonal. On the DJ Wallah and Thirst produced track, Jersey is represented heavy. Especially when you add the lyricism of Arsonal and Albee Al to the mix. Check out the record and make sure to leave us your thoughts.
Fresh from the triumph of their recent single “302,” electro-soul duo MIKNNA continues to expand their trademark sound by joining forces with Far East Movement on “FBG$,” a neon-tinted track shimmering with an 80s synth vibe. The title stands for “Fuck Bitches, Get Money,” the rest of the track indulging in the unyielding audacity the title suggests. The production bubbles with nostalgic intrigue, Big K.R.I.T. and Far East Movement’s raps blazing with carefree ferocity. The track is a union of powerhouse artists, a complete domination of sound. So far the LA-based duo has enjoyed feature on major Spotify playlists, spins at Alexander Wang’s New York Fashion Week afterparty, and over 700k streams on Spotify; their future is as bright as their shimmering soundscape.
18-year old Lil West has built a lot of momentum over the past year and returns with the Lil Aaron collabo “LMK,” produced by Judge and Dylan Brady. The banger will appear on the Delaware native’s upcoming project LW2016 (LILWEST2016).
“Judge, Dylan & Lil Aaron are all like my family so this was just bound to happen!!” West told Complex.
St. Paul, MN lyricist DB Tha Rasta has been grinding harder than most can even comprehend, and through “So Much Better” he conveys the importance of focus and determination on his incredible journey. This track was produced by Sticks, who also laced DB’s recent hit “Did Dat” ft. Lil Boosie, and will appear on DB’s upcoming project.
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Tru Gwap & Lor Trap out of Baltimore give us a trap anthem to enjoy. It’s called “Posted Up” (freestyle) and it’s another addition to Baltimore’s growing talent.
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