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Friday Gems: @maxfullard channels classic, melodic hip-hop in “Like Me”

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Max Fullard’s encapsulates what hip-hop from Virginia is best known for – eccentricity with a hint of simplicity. His new track “Like Me” is one of our favorite songs we’ve heard in our search for SoundCloud gems. He chews up smooth production and can trade melodies with the best of them. Listen to what he does on the track, showing us what makes him different than other guys around.

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Riderwood Shaka drops “Paper”

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Straight out of Alabama, Riderwood Shaka has some new heat for his fans across the globe. It comes in the form of “Paper,” a bombastic new release that features Lihric and appears on his forthcoming mixtape, Subzero. If you want to get a up and close peek into his fast world of blue Benjamins, check it out now.

Listen to “Paper” over on Audiomack.


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.@Ivysound drops “Insecure”

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Out of Broward County, Ivysound is a rising lyricist who’s been influenced by the likes of J. Cole, Saba, and others to cultivate his smooth sound. You can hear so on his new track, “Insecure,” that’s as warm, svelte, and smooth as something from the aformentioned artists. He relaxes over a piano as he waxes poetic for one unforgettable tune.

Check out “Insecure” below.

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@KentJonesWTB, @BlacYoungstaFB, and @RenniRucci drop “I Wana”

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Enlisting Yo Gotti’s star protégé Black Youngsta and raunchy rap star Renni Rucci, Miami lyricist and singer Kent Jones (@KentJonesWTB) liberates his latest street anthem “I Wana.” It’s produced by 808 Ray and comes just in time for the hottest period of the year when the country is opening back up. The tenacious tune is just a glimpse of what the triple threat has in store for the year. This is one tune that you don’t want to miss.

Check out “I Wana” below.

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