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D Rock Comes Through With Heat On “See Us Win”

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D-Rock, aka Dylan Okoro,is a popping Jersey artist born in Brooklyn. His inspiration comes from BabyRellz, one of his best friends. The proper push with him musically came after a breakup. His failed relationship helped give him the spark it took to become a true creative. Growing up, life was tough for Rock. His family wasn’t exactly the Huxtables, but they did what they could to help him out. During his early years, he was bullied in school, but he became an athlete over time, and people’s perception of him changed. He always wanted to be the one women desired, but he never felt like he was anyone’s top pick. This forever lit a fire in his soul.

Breaking up is hard to do. D-Rock was someone who always wanted love, and he just found it hard to keep it consistent. Today, he is prominent in the crypto space, and his music reflects his growth as a man. Although he makes trap songs, he enjoys making music about heartbreak. Those are the songs he feels most confident in. His latest record, “See Us Win,” is a step in the right direction, and his fans are looking for more from him. He is looking to grow his base by telling stories of pain. D-Rock never felt heard his whole life, and now he will put it all in his music.

Take a listen to the upcoming act’s new record here!

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soWAYV Reveals New Single “Racks”

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Former DJ tuned budding rapstar soWAYV reveals a new energetic money getting single titled “Racks.” Coming off a serious of performances including headlining SOBS recently soWAYV is in his bag and has some “Racks” to show with his new music.

The production of MTD blends well with soWAYV’s voice to procure a fast paced and thrilling new banger that can be played anytime, anyplace. It’s easy on the ears and got potential to be a hit long term. “Racks” also previews a upcoming project from the raging star.

Take a listen below.

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@uknowflyboi’s “9” is the song of the summer

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Who’s doing it like Flyboi Rich?

The Detroit-based lyricist, known for his ability to release new music at a prolific clip, continues his quest to the top with the release of “9.”

If you know anything about Flyboi Rich, you’ll understand what you’re getting here: a sinister beat that sets the scene for the rapper to unleash a horde of quotables that’ll make even the hardest critic run the song back. 

“9” is Flyboi Rich’s latest release, following the critically acclaimed “Hail Mary” that dropped last year. He’s back on the prowl to make 2023 another year to remember for the rising lyricist. 

Listen to “9” below. 

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Terell Online Releases New Video “What You On”

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After connecting with Curren$y Matching Rolexes instrumentalist and fellow VA representative Kino Beats for “It Is What It Is,” Westcoast residing wordsmith Terell Online gives his Jimmy Dukes’ (LOX, Fabolous, Havoc, etc.) produced Came A Long Way standout “What You On” the small screen treatment. Directed by Jorge Ayala, the HD clip for the easy listening track finds Rell effortlessly sweet talking his way into a love interest’s heart with the help of a luxury sports car and a pier view property.

Detailing the mood he wanted to convey with this particular song, the San Deigo-based spitter states: “What you on is one of those b-side cuts you can listen to sliding around solo or with your lady riding shotgun. It’s soft enough for women to appreciate, but hard-hitting enough for fellas to nod their heads to. It’s a vibe.”

Terell Online started his musical journey in Virginia and overcame the obstacles that would usually stand in the way of an independent artist and his fans. Rell struggled with learning disabilities, faced homelessness, and even had trouble with law enforcement as a youth. Despite his circumstances, he learned how to play various musical instruments and create art that accurately reflects his emotions.

For the past few years, he’s worked tirelessly to solidify his niche sound enriched with intellectual prowess and heartwarming melodies that touch several genres. Following the success of his featured verse on Pusha T stamped rap act M Watts’ “They Ain’t Ready (ft. Young Money Yawn)” as well as solo singles “Sedated” and “Master P,” Rell has shared stages with Kirko Bangz, Travis Porter, and most recently Phora.

Anchored by his lifestyle and community outreach brand ‘The Red Cup Gang,’ most known for its well-crafted merchandise and famous catchphrase “We hang, we don’t bang…,” in 2021 Rell released his COVID-19-centered project The Lost Summer, which was accompanied by a multi-city tour and documentary of the same name.

Watch Rell’s visual for “What You On” and stream Came A Long Way in its entirety on your DSP of choice via United Masters after the jump.

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