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Bali Baby goes a new route on “Few Things”

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There’s nothing wrong with artists switching it up every now and then. Bali Baby’s been a top-tier lyricist for some time – it’s great that she can explore new avenues. On “Few Things,” she goes a pop-singing route that sounds pretty good in all honesty. Doing this allows her to switch up her trap mechanics for much lighter fare, something along the lines of Demi Lovato if she were black. The song’s visual is much darker than the song’s subject matter, featuring what looks like a robbery or deal gone wrong. There’s a dead body that Bali needs to get rid of. From there, things get rather interesting.

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Carlos Bryant drops a sensual single for the ladies with “I’m Outside”

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Carlos Bryant brings some of the Bay Area’s signature silky energy to his latest release “I’m Outside.” Shot in a creative dual-frame direction, Carlos is trying to convince the woman of his dreams to come outside. Once he gets his money right, he’ll see to it that she has the finest of everything. The tantalizing production serves as a backdrop that Bryant wholly embraces, both singing and rapping to full effect.

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J Tru drops a smooth banger with “In The Streets”

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J Tru has a hit on his hands with this one. “In The Streets” is effortlessly urbane, largely because of the bouncy production, but also because of his confident singing on the chorus. The song is an ode to the street life that he loves so dearly. You can feel the conviction in his voice when he spits melody after melody about it. The video is a joyous affair showing J Tru, all smiles, hanging with the guys that participate in his life with him. You’ll get right into this one.

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Karoo makes one of the catchiest songs of the summer “Trappin Mathematics”

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We’ve never been exposed to Karoo’s music before, but now we’re tuned in. “Trappin Mathematics” is a smooth, catchy, creative tune that reminds the listener of the energy that Kodak Black expends when he gets on track. Karoo makes his bouncy raps sound like they’re delivered effortlessly, but the precision with which he cuts syllables and mixes them together is near unparalleled. He has a bright future in this game if he keeps going.

Listen to “Trappin Mathematics’ below.

 

 

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