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RiskTaker D-Boy returns with “Money Calls”

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When the money calls, you better be willing to drop what you’re doing and answer. RiskTaker D-Boy’s new track “Money Calls” goes over this sentiment, with D-Boy referencing his street past as he leverages on what it takes to make it in the game. This trap piece is fiery and contains everything about the D that we know and love. D-Boy’s on the fast track to success, and it looks like with “Money Calls” he may have the tools to make it to the next level. Side note: The female lead in this video is gorgeous. Someone find her @ and report here, stat.

Watch the video for “Money Calls” below.

 

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Oes Joe Sleaz revolutionizes the off-kilter flow in “One Eight Seven”

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Oes Joe Sleaz has a banger on his hands with “One Eight Seven.” This might be the first banger in history with its hard-hitting abilities coming from a powerhouse vocal performance instead of the actual production. Oes’ delivery is out of this world, some in the comments calling it off-kilter. But that’s what gives it clarity, what separates it and helps it to stand out. Also, the confidence in which he spits makes it all the more better.

Watch the video for “One Eight Seven” below.

 

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Jdoe Santana explores flows in “Loyalty”

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I’ll admit, going into this song, I didn’t know what to expect. Jdoe starts off mysterious and rattles off flows near acapella, making me wonder what the ultimate effect the song would have on me would be. I grew a little concerned. Then, the beat kicks in and Jdoe’s monstrous abilities are unleashed. “Loyalty” takes a little to fully reveal its hand, but, when it does, it’s fire. Jdoe reveals some serious ability, giving out some crafted flows and flexing talents that many rappers in the game don’t have. It’s best that you hear it for yourself.

Check out the video for “Loyalty” below.

 

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Lavier drops fire with “The Most”

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The Bandamount-directed visual for “The Most” may be pretty simple and tame, but the raps from Lavier are on point. He proves his worthiness in the Detroit rap game, spitting without stopping for breath, casual too, like he’s not out to overdo it. And it works because of that. Lavier’s definitely someone to watch in this crazy game of ours.

Watch the video for “The Most” below.

 

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