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D-Rich 100 and Skyyler Blu’ Azure go in on “Yea, Yea, Yea”

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D-Rich 100 is a rapper, songwriter, and actor born in Detroit, Michigan. He has been creating music ever since he was a child and is considered amongst today’s most talented teen artists. D-Rich 100 grew up on the Eastside of Detroit, and the Northend, two of Detroit’s toughest neighborhoods, but managed to find a more positive route. He’s influenced by artists like Meek Mill, Lil Baby, Future and a producer he’s been working with, Helluva. 

This single, “Yea, Yea, Yea” is produced by Helluva and speaks about girls trying to run game, with the fellas not hearing it. It’s a single that’s been catching a wave in Detroit. The legend E-40 even consigned him, claiming he knows D will be big one day.

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Aisha Nicole is out of a bad relationship on “Say Less”

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Have you ever been in a toxic relationship? You know that they’re shit. It’s time to get out when you can. Aisha Nicole’s “Say Less” is for this feeling. Her smooth R & B number finds her doing just so. You’ll love this as you reflect on your past situations or maybe your current one. “This is something that unfortunately too many of us deal with,” Nicole revealed in a statement. “Sometimes our partners will manipulate, use words, and mind games in an attempt to control.”

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Teejayx6 continues his hot streak on “Run Forest”

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Teejayx6’s drops come fast and furious. His latest is “Run Forest,” a quick-paced banger that is the usual buffer of hilarious punchlines that make crack up. From eating dog food to running off on someone buying the Fraud Bible, Teejayx6 gives hilarious insight into the life of a scammer.

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RiskTaker D-Boy gets melodic on “Pussy”

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RiskTaker D-Boy has some shit to talk on “Pussy.” This mellow new smash features RiskTaker visiting into seldom-trekked territory: a melodic land of smooth notes. He should do it more often because it’s one of his best tracks. He sounds fresh, reinvented, and ready to take over.

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