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Spotlight: “Choppa Sound” by Snap Dogg proves he’s a rockstar over trap beats

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When the term “guilty pleasure” comes to mind, cheesecake and ice cream are two common items associated with it. These things are items that we aren’t supposed to consume great amounts of, but they’re so good that we can’t help it. Snap Dogg’s “Choppa Sound” is one of our guilty pleasures – as wild as it sounds, it’s something we can’t turn off. It’s a lot of things; nihilistic, angry, and threatening, but it’s also very good. In music, that’s what matters right?

The production on the track moves along at a breakneck pace, causing it to sound somewhat disorientating outside of car speakers. This messiness seems intentional; the song itself is about loving gun sounds that are messy. Under this guise, the song is brilliant. It captures the unpredictability and lack of uniformity that comes with gunfights and weapons in general. Snap Dogg’s rhymes add the icing on the cake; he goes in hard. There’s no wonder why he is rising at the rapid rate that he is.

The visual for the track features more guns than Ammunation from Grand Theft Auto. And that’s the point; the video – and song itself for that matter – isn’t the most thoughtful song on the planet. It’s music made by someone from the streets, for the streets. It happens to be a very well put together track that checks all the boxes of becoming a mainstream hit in the near future.

Check out the video for “Choppa Sound” below.

 

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TheConnorClark covers Cash Kidd’s “9PM In Miami” and it’s as fire as you’d imagine

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TheConnorClark is back for another, fiery cover. He recently took on Cash Kidd’s fast-paced hit “9 PM In Miami,” and, surprisingly, the guitarist holds his own. He’s shown a quick gift for mastering anything that he selects, and that’ll help him in the future to pick different songs and gain a larger fanbase. It sounds good placed on top of the actual song, and you can tell by the way that he plays it that Connor has some serious passion for rap music out of Detroit.

Watch his cover for “9PM In Miami” below.

 

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FMB DZ sets July 27 as release date for ‘In My Bag’

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Tearing up instrumentals with relentless bars, Detroit’s FMB DZ commands a loyal legion of fans with his witty punchlines, detailed street stories, and sly charisma. Capitalizing on years of momentum, DZ announces a July release for In My Bag, his upcoming project. Gleefully illustrating the art of the hustle, DZ showcases a gritty lyrical realism and a full arsenal of flows on the tape, demonstrating how he became one of the most popular artists of any genre in his hometown. R Featuring appearances from E-40, Philthy Rich, Doughboy Clay, and La’Britney, In My Bag looks to be the release of the summer.

Check out the tracklist below and preorder it here.

1) Not The Same
2) Where was you
3) Made Man
4) Lit (ft. E-40)
5) Fast Money
6) Living Legend
7) Mob Ties
8) Back Against The Wall (ft. La’Britney)
9) Gold Bottles
10) 60 Seconds
11) Dripping (ft. Philthy Rich)
12) Off The Porch
13) Slide On Em (ft. Doughboy Clay)
14) On My Shit

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Check out this behind-the-scenes footage of InLoveWithJojo ‘s shoot for 4ShoGirl

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We’re revamping 4ShoGirl to be even bigger, badder, and, of course, sexier. This means that we’re hand-picking the most tantalizing vixens on the web and creating content that will go down as nothing short of legendary. We recently had the privilege of shooting JoJo, (IG: InLoveWithJoJo), a model with a phenomenal personality and body that’ll blow you away. While you wait for the official photoshoot to release, check out our behind-the-scenes footage of what went down and how things were set up.

 

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