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Amir Ali Bares it all With ‘This 1 For Gordy’

It’s not bragging if you back it up.

Just a few weeks after releasing his latest project Amir Ali is back. The 24-year-old is a rapper from West Philadelphia who shares his views over thought provoking melodic beats. Talk about “make it look easy,” Ali floats on any instrumental. The memory of one of his closest friends is woven through his lyrics, fueling the fire he leaves on the track. This is a small window into his daily thoughts.

When asked about his musical influences Ali casts a wide net across genres. Giving credit to Michael Jackson, Lil Wayne, Hov, Jadakiss, Trouble and battle rapper Reed Dollaz.

Ali plans to release an 11-track EP in October in celebration of his birthday.

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For now, you can check out his single “5179” above and his EP ‘This 1 for Gordy‘ below.

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Amir Ali Bares it all With 'This 1 For Gordy'

It’s not bragging if you back it up.

Just a few weeks after releasing his latest project Amir Ali is back. The 24-year-old is a rapper from West Philadelphia who shares his views over thought provoking melodic beats. Talk about “make it look easy,” Ali floats on any instrumental. The memory of one of his closest friends is woven through his lyrics, fueling the fire he leaves on the track. This is a small window into his daily thoughts.
When asked about his musical influences Ali casts a wide net across genres. Giving credit to Michael Jackson, Lil Wayne, Hov, Jadakiss, Trouble and battle rapper Reed Dollaz.
Ali plans to release an 11-track EP in October in celebration of his birthday.
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For now, you can check out his single “5179” above and his EP ‘This 1 for Gordy‘ below.
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King Combs and Breezy Release “Love You Better” Visual

Nostalgia overload is rampant, with the second coming of Diddy, through King Combs.

The Hip-Hop world would not have been the same if it weren’t for Sean Combs. Long standing rap connoisseur and face of one of the biggest and most successful entertainment companies to date. It’s only right that he pass the torch to his children, who were bathed in the sauce of the golden era of hip-hop: The 90s. King Combs has been making waves, testing his musical abilities. He’s now submerged neck deep in the game. The Bad Boy prodigy linked with one of the biggest R&B/Pop artists, Chris Brown for his latest single.

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Check out the 90s themed video, similar to the ones his dad used to star in above. Let me know how you feel about Love You Better in the comment section.

 

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King Combs and Breezy Release "Love You Better" Visual

Nostalgia overload is rampant, with the second coming of Diddy, through King Combs.

The Hip-Hop world would not have been the same if it weren’t for Sean Combs. Long standing rap connoisseur and face of one of the biggest and most successful entertainment companies to date. It’s only right that he pass the torch to his children, who were bathed in the sauce of the golden era of hip-hop: The 90s. King Combs has been making waves, testing his musical abilities. He’s now submerged neck deep in the game. The Bad Boy prodigy linked with one of the biggest R&B/Pop artists, Chris Brown for his latest single.
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Check out the 90s themed video, similar to the ones his dad used to star in above. Let me know how you feel about Love You Better in the comment section.
 

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Ciara Wants us to Level Up!

We See CiCi Coming!

Ciara is back with another upbeat dance hit. “Level Up” is a dismissal of all negativity and the recognition of ascension. Cici uses a popular party song made viral by social media to create the perfect beat. We all know of her turbulent relationship with rapper, Future. He recently released a mixtape and some fans feel like he was taking shots at the princess of the A. While they’ve never mentioned eachother’s names in songs with lines like “That’s old news[…]no losses just upgrading.” from Cici and “I took a chance when you had miles on you,” from Future; who knows? Maybe this is a rebuttal maybe not. Either way it’s fire!
 
Watch Level Up below:
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Omerettà The Great Defines “Dat’s Cap”

Dat’s Cap – A saying made popular by Future, but not created by him, is an Atlanta term best explained by Omerettà The Great.

You may recognize the Atlanta native from, Twitter or Instagram. She gained her following from her social media posts. You may also notice another social media sensation in the video. In the opening scene Omerettà is with a guy she’s dating. When all of sudden his girlfriend pops up and confronts her. What would you do in the same situation? Exactly, call your friends. That’s precisely what Omerettà does. Now three deep in a Jeep, the trio arrive to the opposition’s front door. She’s there with her boyfriend and a friend. To find out what happens next, watch video below. It has a CRAZY plot twist.

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Omerettà The Great Defines "Dat's Cap"

Dat’s Cap – A saying made popular by Future, but not created by him, is an Atlanta term best explained by Omerettà The Great.

You may recognize the Atlanta native from, Twitter or Instagram. She gained her following from her social media posts. You may also notice another social media sensation in the video. In the opening scene Omerettà is with a guy she’s dating. When all of sudden his girlfriend pops up and confronts her. What would you do in the same situation? Exactly, call your friends. That’s precisely what Omerettà does. Now three deep in a Jeep, the trio arrive to the opposition’s front door. She’s there with her boyfriend and a friend. To find out what happens next, watch video below. It has a CRAZY plot twist.
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Saweetie Raps for J.Cole and Explains his Influence

The NorCal Icy Girl sat down with Hardknock TV and shares an old video of her rapping for J.Cole.

Saweetie is an upcoming rapper from California. She’s made her mark in the music world with her hit single “Icy Girl,” a clever remake to the infamous “My Neck, My Back.” While you may know her for “Icy Girl,” Saweetie is a college educated young woman with family ties to the music industry. Her cousin is none other than producer extraordinaire, Zaytoven. Can’t you just smell the success?! Paired with his distinctive beats, Ziggy brings out the best in his cousin on one of my favorites; “Agua. ”
In the interview, Saweetie describes the events leading up to her rapping for J.Cole outside of his tour bus. In an interesting twist of events, we find out the person who gave her the courage to rap for Cole was her ex-boyfriend; Keith Powers.
She becomes more and more interesting every time I watch an interview. Check out the clip below and let me know what you think of the bars she had for J. Cole.
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Friday Frenzy: Meek, Rozay, Dave East and Future Drop Bangers

What did we do to deserve all of this new music?

Future, Meek Mill, Dave East, and Rick Ross have all decided to bless hip-hop lovers. Three years after its release Future’s Beast Mode receives its highly anticipated follow up. The first installment features monster hits like Lay Up, No Basic, Peacoat, Real Sisters, and Forever Eva.” Beast Mode 2 is a surprise drop on the road to Future’s next studio album.
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Keeping the same energy, Hendrix enlists Zaytoven for production.
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After being convicted of violating probation (on shaky terms), Meek Mill is back. First with the release of his powerful single, Stay Woke featuring Miguel. Mill debuted the song at the 2018 BET Awards with a moving performance. It depicted the rough streets of Philadelphia, where Meek grew up. You can watch the performance by clicking the link above.
Since being home Meek has previewed beats and snippets via his Instagram page. Legends of the Summer, is another four piece combo Meek knock us out with. Each song distinctively different, he has a cut for the ladies, something for the club,  something for the streets, and a thought provoking peace meant to encourage change. Check it out below.
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Last but not least, Philly’s cousin, Dave East, has dropped as well; TWICE. The Harlem rapper is known for his cleverly aligned freestyles and he does not disappoint. “I’m Good Cuz, Enjoy,” is a play on rapper Future’s latest social media debacle. Where he told an Instagram model “I’m good luv, enjoy” over text as she sat in her hotel room waiting for him. Instead of ending things with a woman, East is firing off shots at a peer. WHO, you ask?
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Check it out above and let me know who to point the finger at in the comments.
East also collaborated with none other than Rick Ross on their new single, “Fresh Prince of Belaire.” The two rappers both have endorsement deals with the popular Rose brand. So why not combine forces and get more money. Am I right?
Listen to “Fresh Prince of Belaire” below and enjoy this Friday Frenzy of new music.
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Summerella and Jacquees Mesh on “Pull Up”

The vine star drops a remix and a new video for single.

A few years ago when Vine was an extremely popular sit, we were introduced to Summerella. This is where she gained a following for her hilarious and relatable posts. Her fans soon discovered she could sing and begged for a song. The result was “Pull Up,” but not quite the version we have today. It looks like she has tapped on Jacquees as the cherry on top. I’m excited for her career to grow.

Watch the video for Pull Up below and follow Summerella to see her next moves.

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