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Spotlight: “Jeno Brown” by Jeno Cashh is nostalgic, yet pushes the envelope



Jeno Cashh has been one of the hottest rappers in Detroit for some time thanks to his scorching delivery and distinctive style. He’s not afraid to switch things up at a moment’s notice; whether that’s finding inspiration outside of the city or involving concepts in his releases. He checks both of these creative boxes with “Jeno Brown,” a New Jack City inspired single that pays homage to one of the film’s most memorable scenes.

When New Jack City came out in 1991, it was unlike anything else in circulation. Its fearless portrayal of violence, sex, and drugs, was in stark contrast to the party movies like House Party that portrayed the time period as an extended festival. The movie would be an instant hit, spawning successful singles such as “For The Love Of Money” by Troop/Levert ft. Queen Latifah that would become instantly associated with the film.

“For The Love Of Money” is sampled in “Jeno Brown” and scenes from New Jack City are interspersed at certain points in the video. Certain lines of dialogue from the film are used, and the style of clothing worn by main man Nino Brown and his associates, in one of the film’s most memorable scenes, is worn by Jeno Cashh and his crew well. A lot of effort was put into seamlessly blending the two art forms to create a wholly unique product.

“Jeno Brown is an engrossing listen. Producer Antt Beatz provides Jeno with a Bay Area-influenced beat perfect for the rapper to let loose on. The bounce of it isn’t something you’d typically associate with the Midwest so it makes for a nice change of pace. Jeno does what he does best, releases a no holds barred, verbal assault sure to elicit a grin on your face.

The nostalgic feel invoked by the video’s style and unique beat choice make this one of the songs to beat this year. Jeno Cashh has released a banger that we’re sure will pick up steam in the near future.

Check out the video for “Jeno Brown” below.


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Best Bay Area Songs Of The Week: Feb 11 – Feb 16



This week, the Bay Area churned out some uber creative releases. Everything from boom bap aesthetics to early 2010s trap rap manifested through songs that sound different than much of what is already out on the radio airwaves. Thanks to Bay Area brand Thizzler, we’ve made a list of our favorite songs that have come out in this time frame.


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Instagram Beauties You May Have Missed This Week (Feb 11 – Feb 16)



This Valentine’s edition of Instagram Beauties may be are favorite one so far. It’s as if the day of love celebration brought out some secret stash of beautiful women that need to be seen by the world. Keep on reading below to see some attractive new faces that you may not have seen before.

Lulu Simmons


Jazmyne King

Jodie Petite

Angie Ang

Jessica Burciaga

Solmaz Saberi

What we see depends on what we look for.

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Hatshepsut’s protégé

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Viandra Dunn

Jeseniae Cheverria


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Bay Area Spotlight: @lilunowolfpack Makes A Triumphant Return in “Back”



There’s nothing more stressful than a return to something that you’ve stepped away from. Will you still be relevant in that community? Will your skills be rusty, deeming you obsolete? In rap, where viewability and the ever-pressing fear of not being relevant anymore, these problems are especially prevalent. Lil Uno’s new track “Back” marks his self-imposed triumphant return to rap in stellar fashion.

On the track, Lil Uno immediately declares his return to rap. A brief break won’t determine his matter to the game; he’ll make it apparent through sheer hard work and good music. “Back” encapsulates what we love about Uno – the flow, delivery, and beat choice are all A1 choices. The visual itself is simple, yet elegant. It fits the song’s huge energy perfectly, not being too much or too lite.

Check out “Back” below.


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