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Our Five Favorite Videos This Week

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Now, time for our weekly wrap up of our favorite videos to hit this week.  Peep below:

Another hard-hitting  jam from Risktaker D-Boy, this time with the vocals of AllStar JR. A dismal love ode, their latest is further proof that, when it comes to Detroit rap, the two have the game on lock. Their intimate conversation makes for the perfect video backdrop.

Give it up for Icewear Vezzo, one of the realest that’s back doing the damn thing. His new single “Big Ice” is the kind of swaggering hit that he’s known for. The visual is full of nice locales and beautiful cars that’ll push you to get on his level.

This slow-paced trap banger is a nice change of pace from the more energetic music that we consume. “No Help” is beautiful; TGE TrapBaby and Peezy do their thing with smooth flows that sound at home.

Bagboy knows how to do his thing with impactful melodies that make the frenetic production he frequents all the more lively. “Big Dawg” is the kind of jam that you’ll continuously run back.

There’s next to no one with a flow like Selfmade Kash. His confidence makes each outing sound like a confident seeress is reading the future. His latest, “Old Sauce,” further makes a case for him being one of Detroit rap’s best.

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Infamous TAZ brings back the 70s with “Johnny May”

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…What’s going on in “Johnny May.” The new video from Infamous TAZ is very retro, looking like a used-car ad. In it, the rapper spits some funky bars that stick with you. But you’ll still be confused by exactly what’s going on and whether or not to take it serious.

Watch the video for “Johnny May” below.

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192 Steven B The Great and AllStar Riich Flaiir make a strip club anthem with “Slow Motion”

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It’s time to shake some ass! 192 Steven B The Great and AllStar Riich Flaiir have dropped a new tune, “Slow Motion,” that sounds like the anthem for shaking flesh in the strip club. It’s surprisingly nostalgic, nearly sonically similar to something like “Crank Dat Batman” or something else from the mid-2000s. Both rappers drop off smooth street-influenced vocals that grab your attention immediately.

Listen to “Slow Motion” below.

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Charlie Heat’s new compilation LP is out

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6x-time GRAMMY Award-nominated producer Charlie Heat has dropped his new compilation album Fireworks via his label, House of 99. The album includes the previously released singles “Have A Good Time” featuring Syd from The Internet, “Aloha” featuring Denzel Curry and “WWYA” featuring Lil Baby & G Herbo.

Check out Fireworks below.

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