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@youngonassis Shows Promise on “When I Want It”

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While Los Angeles is a hub for entertainment and talent, many unique artists get lost in the wave of Kendrick Lamar’s, Roddy Ricch’s, or even buzzworthy emerging names like J Stone. Without huge cosign, it’s easy to miss acts like Young Onassis. While Onassis has been in the studio writing for big names like BankRollGotIt, his music is just now starting to be heard. His mixtape, Lethal Weapon Vol. 1., currently has half a million streams on Spotify alone. His name has graced HotNewHipHopYoung California, and trended on AudioMack. Based in L.A., the Nigerian rapper/songwriter is now releasing the single “When I Want It.”

We all have moments where we feel like we can do and be anything. Almost limitless. That energy-fueled and inspired the song. Produced by TripiLz, the beat is hypnotic, gritty–and the song is about owning your accomplishments unapologetically. The visual is scheduled to drop at the top of November. According to Young Onassis, “If feeling yourself as a person, this song would be it. It’s a bold and confident affirmation that you can do what you want when you want to, being the captain of your own ship and lifestyle. It’s unapologetic and relatable.”

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@YoungSunnyBoy_ Releases His Debut EP “Partly Sunny”

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Leaving the hardships in 2020, Young Sunny Boy is stepping into his full potential as an artist with the release of his debut EP “Partly Sunny.” Young Sunny Boy is accepting his vulnerability as he dives into topics such as heartbreak, wanting someone who might not want you back, and past relationships. As a whole, “Partly Sunny” speaks to listeners from all backgrounds as it relates to the difficulties that come with love.

Partly Sunny gives Young Sunny Boy the opportunity to show his listeners that rappers and artists go through heartbreak just like everyone else. In records such as “Scarred”, YSB shares his battle with understanding that heartbreaks do not discriminate, “Heartaches and Heartbreaks is what left me scarred” making it difficult for Young Sunny Boy to move forward in relationships.

Partly Sunny showcases only one side to the artistry that is Young Sunny Boy. 2021 is the year listeners will unlock all sides to Young Sunny Boy.

Listeners can stream Young Sunny Boy’s “Partly Sunny” EP across all streaming platforms.

Connect with Young Sunny Boy on social media for updates on new music, videos, and more; @youngsunnyboy_

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DJ BUBBA Enlists QUINNFN & SSG SPLURGE For New Song “DITCH DIGGERS”

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DJ Bubba, a red-hot Texas DJ and A&R brings in the new year with the release of his new single called “Ditch Diggers” featuring popular Texas artists Quinnfn and SSG Splurge. Bubba credits the new collaboration as working with the youngest and hottest stars in today’s music industry.
Written by Jeremy Lafayette Brown, “Ditch Diggers” is a much-need new song in today’s Dirty South Hip Hop.  The boogie-influenced, bass-driven track showcases an overly aggressive Quinnfn and SSG Splurge who drops catchy but lethal verses, collectively. The chemistry from all three entities on the song is electrifying. A perfect origin point for newfound fans of any of the track’s respective artists. Another great lead-up to DJ Bubba’s promising new project.   

“Ditch Diggers” is set to appear on the new star’s forthcoming album, I Gotta Find Bubba. The new collaboration is the follow up to the artist’s first look, titled, “4 for 4.” Along with Spurge and Quinnfn, the upcoming album will feature Tommy 2, Dirty Tay, Coldheartedsavage and so many more. I Gotta Find Bubba is scheduled for Winter 2021. Stream the new collaboration today via Circle Music Group.

For more on DJ Bubba, follow him on Instagram

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Chicago’s @FlossMobChase + @SauceManKeys Drop “Defense”

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Two Chicago artists, FlossMobChase and producer SauceManKeys, link up to drop the drill single, “Defense”.. the single is different from what Chase has released before. He speeds up his rap tempo, delivering a flow that’s infectious, creative and hard hitting – while maintaining his smooth voice. Producer, SauceManKeys, is emerging from the Windy City himself. As an indie artist he’s been dropping beats for years online and is now starting to create an industry buzz.

Check out their collaboration “Defense” and please share with your readers.

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