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Asian Doll’s blisteringly bright video for “Savage Barbie” requires shades to view

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In the 38th episode of Pokemon, a scene of rapid flashing lights would become a real-life controversy. Over 12,000 people in Japan reported some kind of sickness – ranging from nausea to epileptic seizures – which ultimately resulted in the episode getting removed from the show’s rotation. The lesson learned from the ordeal was that bright lights are bad, bright flashing lights even worse. Since then, it’s been hard pressed to find something similar because the episode has become infamous, being parodied by many modern programs. Asian Doll’s new visual for “Savage Barbie” may be the closest thing to bright, flashing lights that we’ll get – just wear a pair of good sunshades before viewing the ludicrous visual.

Asian Doll’s chaotic aesthetic is on full display here, with her wearing outrageous outfits, partaking in outrageous situations, and even dabbling in the workings of autotune. All of these elements combine to create one strong showing of her evolving talents. While she does draw ever close to the inevitable Nicki Minaj comparisons, one thing’s for certain – she’s mastered the use of bright lights to create a great video; one that’s actually watchable as well.

Check out the visual for “Savage Barbie” below.

 

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Best Bay Area Music Of The Week: May 13 – May 19

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Check out some of our favorite Bay Area tracks this week that’ll be perfect for the recent surge of warmer weather. It’s mandatory to play these cuts with the top down, so don’t even think about it any other way.

 

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@_snapdogg_ is prepping for the release of his new project ‘Sacrifices’ on May 25

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Detroit’s Problem Child is preparing to release a new project, Sacrifices, after a campaign of killing remixes to “Gummo,” “Rubbin Off The Paint,” and a host of other popular songs. The 15-track tape features appearances from Casanova, Fetty Wap, CashPaid Elway, and a couple of other notable faces in the rap game. To say that we’re excited for new Snap is an understatement. How has his artistry evolved since the release of his remixes? That’s a question that will be answered in less than a week.

Click here to preorder  Snap Dogg’s Sacrifices.

While you’re at it, check out “Trick Them Off The Streets” below.

 

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@Tee_Grizzley ‘s debut album ‘Activated’ is finally here

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It seems like a lifetime ago that First Day Out” introduced us to a fiery Detroit spitter with a story to tell and a penchant for vivacious flows that captivated anyone fortunate enough to listen. A lifetime of success later, Tee Grizzley is the talk of the town. He’s put out a steady stream of work leading up to Activated, prepping the world to truly see the breadth of his artistry, and, now, the project has arrived in full force.

Activated is a lengthy debut; 18 tracks in total would spell disaster for some, but this is Tee Grizzley. He’ll chew up these tracks like no one is accustomed to. From Lil Yachty to Lil Pump, even to Chris Brown, Grizzley’s commitment to including the “who’s who” of hip-hop is astounding. We can’t wait to dissect how each artist fits in with Grizzley’s sound.

What are you waiting for? Head on over to iTunes and purchase Tee Grizzley’s Activated. In the meantime, check out the tracklist and some of his most recent work below.

  1. Activated
  2. 2 Vaults (feat. Lil Yachty)
  3. Jettski Grizzley (feat. Lil Pump)
  4. Set The Record Straight (feat. Chris Brown)
  5. Connect
  6. Don’t Even Trip (feat. Moneybagg Yo)
  7. F**k It Off (feat. Chris Brown)
  8. Colors
  9. Bag
  10. Time (feat. Jeezy}
  11. Too Lit
  12. Light (feat. Lil Yachty)
  13. Low
  14. Robbin
  15. Bloodas 2 Interlude (feat. Lil Durk)
  16. Keys To The Street
  17. I Remember (feat. YFN Lucci)
  18. On My Own

 

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