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Kevin Hart Stars in J. Cole's New Video

Soon after the release of his album KOD, J. Cole champions the project with illustrative visuals. First he released ATM. The video depicts the youth’s obsession and misuse of money. How we, get money and don’t save it and spend it on material things.
In light of Kevin Hart’s public infidelity, J. Cole uses him as a muse for the song and to star in his latest video. Sampling Janet Jackson’s Anytime, Anyplace; Kevin’s Heart is song of a man confessing his fear of commitment, his lack of knowledge of love, and his mischievous, selfish ways. Reminiscent of the Born Sinner track, Runaway. Kevin’s Heart shares intimate thought’s of a complacent man.
Check out the video above.

“I love her, I don’t want to lose her
I’m selfish, I know that I use her
My ego get stroked and I bruise her
My ego get stroked and I bruise her
My actions I know they confusin’
At home I look happy as usual
On the road I’m a mack, I’m a chooser
I’m a addict, I’m maskin’ that
Kevin’s Heart.”

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Toure Teaches Us About Out We$t

Turn Your Speakers Up!

West Philly is on fire thanks to Toure. Known for his witty punch lines and intricate word play, the Dream Chaser MC is back with a feel-good anthem.
Sampling a smooth R&B cut courtesy of Ralph Tresvant of New Edition , Toure delivers a banger right in time for cookouts and block parties.
Listen to Out We$t above and let me know what you think in the comments below.

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Ranshaw: Who Run It Freestyle

The weather’s heating up and so is Uptown’s Ranshaw.

He’s back with another high energy banger. Who Run It, sounds exactly like the title of the song. Ran is challenging the streets with a simple question Who Run It?
Make sure to follow Ranshaw on IG and Soundcloud for the latest released. Check out the freestyle below and drop some comments letting me know what you think!

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Migos: A Cultural Treasure

Takeoff, Quavo, and Offset…the Migos.

The North Atlanta natives have taken the music world by storm. Having already been widely known for hits like Bando and Chirpin, the Migos’ career skyrocketed when Drake hopped on the remix to one of their biggest songs to date: Versace.
Just in case you needed a reminder of the super single:
After the success of the upbeat bop, the Migos became the hottest group out. Going on to cross genres and collaborate with the likes of Frank Ocean, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Calvin Harris, and Fall Out Boy to name a few.

Where did this triumphant trio come from?

Quavious, Kiari, and Kirshnik, or; Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff are from Lawrenceville, GA. The nawfside of Atlanta. The rap group formed in 2009, but the three have been woven into each other’s lives from birth. Quavo is Takeoff’s uncle and Offset’s cousin.
Having such a close bond only made for better chemistry. (They lowkey are Destiny’s Child lol) Shortening the Spanish word for “friends,” their creativity and ingenuity speaks before you even get to hear their music.
Family ties make great for performing acts. Take The Jackson 5, The Wayans Family, Tia and Tamera Mowry…the list goes on.
Not only are the Migos music legends, they’re fashion icons. Drawing inspiration from the King of Pop himself, Michael Jackson. Check out this video of the three expressing their eye for design and explaining MJ’s impact as they prepare for the Grammys

”I really want to thank Migos for making Bad and Boujee, it’s the best song ever.” – Donald Glover at the Golden Globes

The Migos received kudos across the board. Actors, singers, and athletes alike have all given praise to the trifecta.

Glover continues to say that the Migos are “The Beatles of our generation and don’t get enough respect.

A notion that I fully back. Subsequently, Bad and Boujee peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 list, ironically knocking down Rae Sremmurd & Gucci Mane’s Black Beatles. After reaching the #1 slot, Migos released their second studio album, Culture.
The album featured songs like: T-Shirt, Slippery ft Gucci Mane, Call Casting, and Get Right Witcha.
A year later they released the sequel, Culture II.

This time there is something different about the Migos. A bolder sense of confidence and creativity. This album features production from Hip-Hop elites Pharrell Williams & Kanye West as well as Metro Boomin, Ty Dolla $ign, OG Parker, Zaytoven, and Quavo himself.
The group has continuously sought out more engaging visuals for their music. Take the progression of their video narratives. They’ve successfully gone from 2 minute music videos to short films. Short films in which we get to see a glimpse of their personalities and what influenced them as children.
The videos for their singles Stir Fry and Walk it Like I Talk it, are especially fun to watch. They both bring a sense of nostalgia. In Stir Fry the trio assume the roles of Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker in the 90’s classic Rush Hour. In the video for Walk it Like I Talk it, they take it back a littler farther, to our parents’ generation. On a full blown replica set, the Migos partied like it was the 70’s on Soul Train. With Drake and Jamie Foxx in cast for extra laughs.
Soul Train served as a cultural oasis. Giving a platform to R&B, soul, dance/pop and hip hop artists, funk, jazz, disco and gospel artists.
And this ladies and gentlemen is why the Migos are culture treasures. In a span of fives years the Migos have taught us what a Bando is, they’ve given us fiery ad-libs to spice up our boring conversations—MAMA! They love Michael Jackson. Impressed Trap gawd LaFlare Gucci Mane. They’ve redefined male fashion, taught us how to dab accurately and overall they keep giving us nothing but the HITS!
We must protect and cherish the Migos at all costs

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Cardi B is Pregnant and Here’s Why Drake is a King

Aunyéa Lachelle shares her hilarious thoughts on Cardi B’s special announcement on Saturday Night Live and all the buzz around her debut album, Invasion if Privacy. She also talks Drake’s latest drop and women empowerment. Check it out and subscribe to Aunyéa Lachelle on YouTube.


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Cardi B Talks Marriage to Offset, Lauryn Hill Approving, & Debut Album

I’m living my best life…

A lyric from Cardi B’s debut studio album, Invasion of Privacy. The album features Chance the Rapper, YG, and SZA among others. The hip-hop artist from the Bronx has come a long way since releasing her Gangsta B*tch Music mixtapes. In anticipation for her album, Cardi sat down with famed Hot 97 host Ebro Darden for Beats1 Radio.
She discusses rumors, beef with Nicki Minaj, her new life, and the road to Invasion of Privacy.
Check out the album below and comment your favorite tracks!

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Sabrina Claudio is Giving it All To You

The sensual songstress is back to entrap our minds again with her latest release. After dropping her EP About Time, Sabrina Claudio is reminding us why we all fell in love with her music.
The new age Sade Adu carefully pours the essence of her soul into each song. Her love seems to know no bounds. All To You is a tantalizing medley expressing Claudio’s, shall we say, divine femininity.

“Is it that good? My love, my flower. Is she that good?” She echantfully sings.

Watch All To You below:

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WATCH: Malcolm is Hoping to "Call You"

Malcolm releases a thoughtful visual for his song “Call You.”
Call You is a confession of regret, a tale of contemplation and a hope for redemption. Malcolm raps his love letter smoothly over the warm Prapi C produced beat. He opens admitting his guilt and wrongdoings. “I know I was moving funny like two left feet.” Reminiscent of J. Cole and Nas, Malcolm is authentic in his storytelling.
The Jay Visual opens as Malcolm sits at a kitchen table with a pen and paper in hand; as he sits racking his brain, the beat begins. He embarks on a journey thumbing through his memory of a lost love played by the beautiful Keyolo.

“Like a dropped pass it was getting outta hand.” He writes as the memories play across his mind. He’s contemplating sending a text, but refuses all thoughts for fear of rejection. But while scrolling the former flame’s Instagram, noticing how good she’s looking he can’t resist. He musters up the courage to call. Surprised that she answers he asks the famous question returning lover’s do “Wassup Stranger?”
Check out the love story below:

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Meet: Smoove Dinero

Smoove Dinero is an emerging artist from Bridgeport, CT who’s found a home in Brooklyn, NY. The 21 year-old rapper got his start in music at a young age. Having older cousins and uncles who rapped, young Smoove followed suit.
My uncles and older cousins & sh*t. They used to rap back in the day and they was the sh*t back then. They used to take me to the studio & after I knew that I wanted to be a rapper eventually, I started making beats when I was 13 & started Making legit music at 19-20.” He explained.

Dinero’s music style is edgy and upbeat. His music is for the lively at heart. He credits some of rap’s favorite artists as influences. Artists such as: Future, Young Thug, Zaytoven, Yung Gleesh, A$ap Rocky, Chief Keef and Fredo Santana. He also daunts a clothing style of his own, making it a point to be comfortable and yet fashionable.

 I asked “What’s your favorite project to have worked on so far?” To which he replied “D.O.A 2 so far.. not my best music but the process of making it was just fun. I would just get high af with the homies and bang out hella music. Positive vibes good energy. That’s very important in music today, have fun with it. I got some unreleased shit that’s fire. I just did a song on a Dolan beats too That shit gonna go dummy.”
The artwork for his music is intriguing. Dinero’s covers and videos all give me a cinematic feel. I wondered if he was a movie lover and binged watched shows for hours on end. One of his singles featured artwork similar to the Netflix original series Stranger Things (which I thought was cool lol).
My theories were busted when he made it clear how things came together. He says that things fell in line by coincidence.
I wanted to know who made the killer beat for the banger “Monster.” “ My n*gga Akachi! “Lol it’s funny cause I never watched the stranger things but people was tellin me that’s what it sound like & even the video the intro they say that’s how the stranger things start off so yeah.”
We can expect some more crazy visuals from Smoove, until keep yup with Mr. Dinero on all social media platforms.
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YR, Kur, and Sheen Mays Deliver Let's Get It

YR is back and reformed. Formally known as Young Rell, YR has totally transformed his image. The change in name stands for Yearning Residuals.  In a brief video via Instagram, he explains the transition and what the change means.
All in the name of progression YR has re-branded himself as a serious contending artist and is letting the world know. Linking with his trusted producer Dinuzzo, he delivers Let’s Get It. The song features Philly rap front runner, Kur, who recently released Madness and Sheen Mays. Mays is a new artist apart of YR’s camp, make sure you follow these guys for more heat.
Listen to Let’s Get It below: