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Track Spotlight: Sosa Wap’s “Boof Blunt” Is One Of The Hardest Tracks We’ve Heard In A Minute

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Let’s cut to the chase. Sosa Wap’s “Boof Blunt” is hard. So hard that it’ll melt your car speakers if played loud enough. It’s impossible not to vibe really hard to this; the classic trap beat makes use of 808s so smoothly that it successfully channels Lex Luger’s foundational trap beats of the early 2010s. There’s so much to like about the production that it can be elaborated on for paragraphs. At its essence, its simplicity and heavy-handed execution make it a must-listen for bass enthusiasts.

Now if Sosa Wap went on this type of production and rapped at his hardest, it wouldn’t have worked. 808-heavy beats require a certain level of rap finesse; the rhymes must be felt, not telegraphed. Sosa’s rhymes fit this vision; they’re extremely simple, yet, drawn out. Because of how they’re stretched to fit across the beat, they accentuate the bass’ heavy-handedness beautifully.

Notice that we called for a Track Spotlight instead of a Video Spotlight. In all honesty, the visual is pretty barebones. We wanted to accentuate the song itself for what it is; a strong, beat-thumping banger.

Check out Sosa Wap’s “Boof Blunt” below.

 

 

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Derrty Dollaz and Lil Trev drop a summer anthem with “Gang With Me”

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Derrty Dollaz’s refrain on “Gang With Me” has all of the makings of an earworm. I’ve listened to it three times straight so far and I can’t stop saying “Gang With Me” with the same vocal inflection and pitch that he did throughout the cut. Both Dollaz and Lil Trev have something serious on their hand, a hit with all of the makings of a viral anthem. The production is clean and solid whilst the verses are hard-hitting and spectacular. I don’t want to call it to early, but I think this may be the song of the summer.

Watch the video for “Gang With Me” below.

 

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Lil Pete pays respects to the dead in “Go Like That”

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Lil Pete’s one of the Bay Area’s hottest rising artists. He has an air of youthful vitality around him, something that makes his music seem much more contemporary and authentic, then those who try to fake the funk. His new cut “Go Like That” is a serious affair, about the fallen and not wanting to head down that same path, but it also encapsulates that vitality that makes it sound somewhat uptempo. There’s nothing wrong with that – it works as a catchy tune that you’ll want to play back time and time again. But I can’t help but wonder if that was his intention.

Watch the video for “Go Like That” below.

 

 

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Cartel Dough drops the video of the year with “Hoes Everywhere”

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Here’s another case of prioritizing a visual that makes the song itself more effective. Cartel Dough’s video for “Hoes Everywhere” is so cleanly shot, making it an instant contender for video of the year. The slow-mo cuts of bouncing ass, Ferraris and Rolls Royces riding down the street, along with the creative use of color in certain frames go a long way in increasing our opinion of the song. “Hoes Everywhere” is good as a tune itself, but the video is ultimately what sells it.

Watch the video for “Hoes Everywhere” below.

 

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