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Snap Dogg gets Fetty Wap to rap on “How Many”

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Snap Dogg’s new track “How Many” is monumental because he manages to get Fetty Wap to rap as opposed to singing as he usually does. That’s the most glaring change in the entire song. Snap Dogg, as always, delivers. Being that it’s an original track is even better – he’ll be able to shop this in ways that he couldn’t’ do remixes. The inclusion of Fetty Wap will definitely impact the song’s mainstream inclusivity in the long run, and we can’t wait to see what the song does.

The dark visual features the two hanging with friends, a rather simple concept. It works nicely due to the street nature of the song, and the artistic capabilities of the director Jerry Studios gives it more elegance than one would expect.

Watch the video for “How Many” below.

 

 

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“Family Tree” is the track that you need to hear, right now

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Baby’s World. Baby Money. Roley Gang Blu. Debo. These four rappers have the collaboration of the year in “Family Tree” a no-nonsense, straight-to-the-money banger with enough piano panache that will make you catch the soulful bug. The track is so smooth and thorough with no time for measly choruses – just four verses in rapid succession, only stopping to take a breather. Crisp camerawork makes this one of the year’s best packages and you’ll become just as enamored with it as we are.

Watch the video for “Family Tree” right now.

 

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Rob II Khul knows how to craft a banger with “Ox Blood”

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“Ox Blood” is a simple, catchy song with a beautiful refrain that keeps on giving. Rob II Khul’s record shows that he’s no stranger to the hit-making circle and that he has some serious knowledge of how to craft something that has the potential to be meme-able. The way that he raps incroporates some melodic moments and comes off as extremely confident, something that many of his contemporaries struggle with.

Watch the video for “Ox Blood” below.

 

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TheConnorClark covers AllStar JR’s “Deep In The Game”

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TheConnorClark has another one. His cover of AllStar JR’s “Deep In The Game” is magnificent, evoking a similar emotional sentiment that the original hints at. Connor plays the guitar with such emotional gusto that you can hear the pain that he strums. Laying the visual over JR’s own emotional video that reeks of sadness further amplifies the effect. Connor continues to show excellent artistry and visual acumen.

Watch TheConnorClark’s’ latest cover below.

 

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