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@rstoryave drops “Timeless”

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he Bronx is back! R realizes that his work is “Timeless.” His latest visual shows him in front of a motion-graphic in a cinematic form. The Dominican rapper uses some Spanglish to illustrate his mindset. In the new visual, you see R laser-focused on his future. He likens himself to Scarface without the cocaine. The New York artist has been intensely introspective lately. His latest LP “All or Nothing” has different vibes that are sure to keep his fans satisfied for a while. 


The new single is laced perfectly by his engineer Roctimus Prime. Roctimus is R’s longstanding collaborator. R likens Roc to his equivalent to what 40 is to Drake. R is planning to stick with Roctimus Prime throughout his whole career.  Loyalty is essential to R, and he shows it every single day.

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@SlymB Tags Mystikal & King Draino On “

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Rapper Slym B. has been making quite a name for himself over the years with exceptional musical output. Looking to take things up several notches, he recruits fellow lyricist King Draino along with veteran emcee Mystikal for his latest track titled “Whatchu Want.” Produced by The Great Wizard, the thumping track finds all three men flexing their lyrical muscle. Jonesboro and New Orleans connection definitely shines here.  

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@knerolapae Tags @Raekwon for New Video “Wolf Land”

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Seen in public at many backstage events, studio sessions, even wine tasting for more than 3yrs now his mentor – the West African, Brooklyn raised wordsmith kNERO LAPAÉ has finally musically teamed up the Legendary Raekwon the chef for his new single “Wolf Land,” produced and arranged by himself. Set to release his official LP sometime in Spring of 2021 with another feature with Raekwon and many more features.

Check out the awesome visual with featuring the legend today!

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Jay Moon’s “Who Do You Call” Is An Essay On Loneliness

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Lynn, Mass. collective, KMF (Keep Moving Forward) debuts another of their flagship artists today in the form of Jay Moon’s kickoff visual, “Who Do You Call” to coincide with the launch of their new website.

You could almost describe this song as pandemic music, speaking as it does to the burden of loneliness. Recorded at Quad NYC, where the guys practically reside, the track is carried by an infectious guitar line, punctuated with commanding 808s. Vibe check – reflective. Ride to it solo, or with a friend. Head nodding guaranteed.

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