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Jvaanz drops “Stuntin”

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Toronto’s emerging artist Jvaanz release “Stuntin” his first single of the year accompanied with a lyric video that is stunning shot in the crisp of winter. The song brings a smooth blend of RnB, Pop, and trap soul sounds to your ears. Jvanz discusses the millennial issue of girls playing cat and mouse with guys, even though the lush is there it’s a chasing game and a game he makes clear he isn’t willing to play.

Jvanz ended 2019 strong performing a sold-out show on Yung Tory “Picture That Tour” and at the university Halloween fest event with over 500 people in attendance including securing 100K streams on his last single “Delusional,” which landed #2 on the trending charts AudioMack and appearing on a Spotify Billboard in New York Times Square. He is undoubtedly an artist to keep on your watch list. 

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Coolin’ Cal drops ‘Lose You’

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“Lose You” is the latest from Coolin’ Cal, an artist who’s learned a plethora of instruments and has positioned himself to take over 2020. Last year, he dropped “Lofi” and turned the heads of many. This time, he’s back with a refreshing and true-ringing track refreshingly that centers around some smooth bars and slick vocals.

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Pablo Skywalkin drops “Black Lives Matter”

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We see everyday that the life of a black citizen in the United States means less than others. Let recent events, protests, reveals, and more show — it seems like our lives just don’t matter. Pablo Skywalkin’s new track is named “Black Lives Matter” to showcase that he believes that they do. And in the tune, he paints the angry picture of a song that’s made directly for protesting. He’s going to show how our lives really do.

Check out “Black Lives Matter” below.

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ShittyBoyz Stan Will drops “James Bond”

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ShittyBoyz Stan Will has an exciting new breakbeat-adjacent tune for you to check out. It’s “James Bond” and it’s the hardest track that you’ll hear today — bar none. He drops the flexes and quotables like they’re candy on trick-or-treat and by the end of the song you’ll have a ton of new ways to explain the pools of money that you have.

Check out “James Bond” below.

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