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Miss Kaniyah’s ‘Hate It Or Love It’ is a project you need to hear

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Miss Kaniyah’s new project, Hate It Or Love It, is a perfect culmination of emotions that any bossed up woman can relate to. As the polarizing title suggests, her day one fans will have to take a stand to decide if they will keep up with her journey into the next steps of her blossoming career. The mixtape features other artists such as Lil Dude and Big Flock and is a showcase of so many bars that make the case for her being one of the DMV’s best.

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@IamAntP’s ‘Bad Luck Bundy’ is hard as hell

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Ant P, straight out of Detroit’s Westside, is an artist that you need to be familiar with, pronto. The rising rapper’s latest project, Bad Luck Bundy, dropped last year, but it’s something hard that you need to savor in these times where not everyone’s dropping at a fast pace. You’ll want to check out this 13-track declaration of realness that feels like the hardest body of work out the city in some time.

Check out Bad Luck Bundy below.

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Kresnt drops “Never Picked”

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Recently, fans caught wave of Kresnt’s latest single, “Never Picked”, featuring No1-Noah and Lidnesty. As of recent, fans can now stream his latest project, Everybody Knows Reloaded, on on all platforms. The project includes features from rising stars like Roney, Nani Beats,  Licka Rish and many other talented guests. Currently, singles from the album have spawned over gotten over six million streams across platforms, meaning that this is something to truly pay attention to.

Check out Everybody Knows Reloaded below.

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@SoupMakesBetter and @NorfsideCJ drop ‘They Fear The God In Us’

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Soupmakesitbetter and Norf$ide CJ have dropped their new collaborative project, They Fear The God In Us. Inspired by the racially charged events that have swept up the nation, and the world around it, the lyricists bring politically charged rhymes that showcase what they’re doing to fight the system determined to keep people of color down.

Check out “They Fear The God In Us” below.

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