Now, before we get started with this analysis, we’re not supporting or dissing Bhad Bhabie. We’re respectively dancing around the question of is she a good rapper or not, or if she deserves to be here. Those are questions for the people who actively consume her music. We’re covering this song because of Asian Doll’s guest verse, which we have to say is pretty damn spectacular.
Bhad Bhabie dissed Iggy Azalea in a song aptly titled “Hi Bich” – this much, we know. But what we didn’t know is that Bhad Bhabie released a star-studded remix featuring the likes of Rich The Kid, MadeInTyo, and Asian Doll to help elevate public perception of her. Whether it works or not remains to be seen, but one’s thing clear – Asian Doll dismantles the track at its seams thanks to an amazing verse utilizing a number of flows.
It’s almost as if Asian Doll wanted Bhad Babie to regret asking her for a feature. When Asian Doll comes in, she rages with triplets awash some heavy, distorted bass. The effect is hard to describe but utterly spectacular. “Bitch is deceased/Smoking on dick, she ain’t better than me” she speaks breathlessly, only strengthening her delivery from there. It may be brief, but it’s the highlight of the track. A sure boost in interest for Doll is sure to come after this verse and we can’t wait to see where her new star power will take her.
Check out the video for “Hi Bich (Remix)” below.
@Coringmusic shows Brooklyn’s beauty in “Brooklyn”
Watch Corin Gabriella’s exciting new video for “Brooklyn.” It has a very grassroots feel to the way that it’s shot and the frantic, energetic viewpoints that it uses to portray the city’s angst. Corin is a rising R & B stalwart out of the city with a soulful sound that cuts through much of the more atmospheric muddling that exists in contemporary soul culture. With a fresh, funky twist, her latest will give you something to remember.
Watch the video for “Brooklyn” below.
Russ Released An Ass Whoopin Soundtrack Last Year And No One Noticed
The minions of Russ have put their hands on Adam22 of the No Jumper podcast and rapper Smokepurpp. Apparently, there’s more in the pipeline – Adam revealed that there are multiple other industry figures who have had this happen to them. This information has posited Russ as the ultimate throwback rapper, an artist not afraid to get into the fray with his posse. Wouldn’t it be badass if he released a song that acted as a soundtrack to his endeavors?
Last year, before the reports of these happenings started to swarm in, he released his debut album There Is Really A Wolf. On that album is “Flip,” a strong, swaggering track that sounds both eerie and hilarious in light of the recent events that we’ve heard about. On the song, he raps about how rappers need to keep the same energy when they see him. In the video that released back in January, around the time that Adam22 said he was sucker punched by members of Russ’ crew, Russ hangs with what looks like the Nigerians that multiple people have complained about. At the time it looked like a regular video, now, it looks hilarious.
Just listen to the song below, check out the video, and have a laugh.
Three Reasons Why @NodisBaby ‘s Video For “OFFDRUGS” Is A Win
There’s something strangely beautiful about Nodis and Braddock Road’s video for “OFFDRUGS.” We’ve broken it down into four reasons that you should check it out. Be prepared to be blown away.
If you like weird shit, this is for you
There’s a big guy in a cowboy hat and a miniature version of Nodis rapping. If that’s not trippy to you, I don’t know what is. One thing’s for certain though – Nodis has some moxie to create something like this.
The cinematic flair is out of this world
Even though it’s a little creepy, there’s no way to get around how incredibly shot it is. The director imbues the proceedings with the cinematic skill you’d associate with Hollywood film. Quick cuts and amazing energy make it a video that you wouldn’t want to miss.
Nodis’ raps match the video’s eclectic nature
When Nodis starts rapping, the energy in his voice is unparalleled. Consider us fans of tenacious energy. His rhymes about love in the face of narcotics carry the kind of heft that attracts listeners.