San Fernando Valley rapper Skinny Million$ has dropped his third project, Kelly Sl8er. The eight-track project has zero features and will be a chance for the Cali-bred rapper to showcase what he brings to the table and further his career. It features his energetic lead single “Hol’ Up Wait.’
Take a listen to Kelly Sl8er down below.
@TheWorldOfCB drops ‘The Hustle’ debut EP
CB cbzzybaby is an independent rapper/songwriter from Atlanta. Being motivated & inspired by the artists that came before him, he knew he had dreams he wanted to make reality, but his ultimate goal was to become an artist creatively that people looked up too.. So he developed his own sound wanting to stand out & be looked at in a different light while still working alongside with other artists & performing locally in and out of Atlanta building a fan base. CB wanted fans of his music, family and friends to take him seriously so he built a plan and executed by releasing his first single We Up, which got great response by playing on several radio stations independently. In 2020 CB is just focused on making good music, and now he’s here with something he believes in, and something that will represent the brand of CB cbzzybaby in the right way by releasing his debut EP.
Check out The Hustle below.
@AntChulo drops new EP, ‘The Ant Chulo Experience’
Virginia Beach-based rapper Ant Chulo is back with an exciting new project, The Ant Chulo Experience. Having a self-titled EP makes people question its integrity. Is it fully formed? Will it tell us who Chulo really is? The good news is that yes, it does, thanks to its unflinching realness and world-building that occurs over just five tracks. You’ll finish this and have a great clue of who he is and how his work will evolve in the future.
Check out The Ant Chulo Experience below.
@GrandCampP1 drops ‘W.A.R.’
Roddy Ricch collaborator and former D Smoke student, P1 follows up past drops “Hold Me Down, “Street Niggas,” and “Big On Big,” with the release of his latest full length project World Ain’t Ready. The 15-track body of work reveals the South Central-LA native’s true identity in not only his musicianship and dedication to the art, but also the way in which he navigates through everyday life.
Introspective songs like “Still I Rise,” “Gang Huddle”, and “Malcolm X” detail his unwavering persistence, while records like “Pray For Me” and “Something Real” showcase his vulnerable side. W.A.R.‘s title track creates a multidimensional listening experience, pairing hard-hitting beats with melodies that round out the pieces.
Check out W.A.R. over on TIDAL.