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Nef The Pharoah’s “Bussin” is made for club bopping and dancing

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You’d be forgiven if you’ve never heard of Nef The Pharaoah. Besides being one of Thizzler’s 2014 Freshman class, frequently collaborating with E-40, and having one of his songs remixed by YG and Ty Dolla $ign, his name hasn’t yet translated to mainstream success. What the hold up is, no one’s quite sure. But he’s been working hard to establish his name and brand, and, little by little, it’s growing.

That should change with the release of “Bussin,” a relatively simple, bouncy single that revels in its jovial nature to bring a good time. Perhaps the fact that it’s straight-forward when most songs have a number of hidden meanings makes it one of our favorites that we’ve heard recently. The production by SuperProducerMA practically pulls you onto the dance floor at your local nightclub. The verses from Nef are clean and tight enough to listen to, but they don’t require laser focus to their meanings. It’s literally tailor-made for the club in every way fit. And for that, we love it.

Check out “Bussin” below.

 

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Jus Clay and Fame drop “Scoring”

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Cincinnati, Ohio native Jus Clay teams up with Fame on his new single titled “Scoring.” The Ncognito Beats-produced record is out now on all platforms. If you want to let out some quarantine-grown energy to a high-striking release, it’s definitely what you need to get rid of some steam.

What are you waiting for? Stream it over on Audiomack.

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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.

Check out “Lose You” below.

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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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