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72 TJ shows that he can spit on “Fuck Rappin Freestyle”

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The song is called “Fuck Rappin.” But 72 TJ can, in fact, rap. Just listen to it. The rising rapper’s unique voice twists and slurs like he’s struggling to make words come out of it, to the backdrop of a mesmerizing and energetic beat that makes everything sounds all the more fiery.

Watch the video for “Fuck Rappin Freestyle” below.

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HoodTrophy Bino & K Shiday Drop “Wake Em Up”

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Los Angeles based rapper HoodTrophy Bino (“Bino”) signed to Soulja Boy’s Stacks On Deck Money Gang S.O.D.M.G. label and female hip-hop enigma K. Shiday (previously signed to Gucci Mane) just released the new single and video “Wake ‘Em Up”.

Bino will release his debut EP in January 2023 and “Wake ‘Em Up” is the second single on the EP. A powerful song about shifting your mindset, HoodTrophy Bino calls upon his past struggles to help guide him in accomplishing his dreams today. 

“You can wake up on different levels,” says Bino about the song and video. “You can become woke about your life – how you want it to be, instead of how it keeps crashing out of control.” The video shows Bino thrashing in bed, having a nightmare. Past excesses torment him, but he finds himself living the life he had always dreamed of – a gorgeous girlfriend (played by K.Shiday), a lit luxury beach house in Marina Del Rey, and close friends celebrating his new house, lifestyle, and accomplishments.

Bino is still striving to reach this dream – he began life in poverty with seven brothers and sisters (thirteen counting step-siblings) where they would sleep in hotels with two beds, a couch, and his mom and step-dad on the floor. “I had nothing growing up,” recalls Bino. “Trauma became an everyday part of my life. My pops is serving a life sentence in San Quentin. My best friend growing up was kidnapped and executed when I was 17.”

K. Shiday lends her voice to the single with sheer magnetism and effortless, charismatic flow. Resonating deeply with the song’s message, the artist confides, “I am rebranding myself. I am independent now and the song and video with Bino appealed to me.” Together, HoodTrophy Bino and K. Shiday create a captivating dynamic, united by the same story of overcoming obstacles through music, determination, and self-expression. The song infuses piano and a music-box back drop to a track with both artists rapping hard to make their fairytale a reality.

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Doodie Lo & Kodak Black Star in “ISTG Pt. 2” Video

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Doodie Lo commands tracks with his easygoing rasp and take-no-prisoners persona. Continuing a breakout year for the Kankakee, IL native, Doodie Lo shares ISTG Pt. 2,” a new collaboration with Kodak Black. The new releases remixes “ISTG,” a buzzing single released by Doodie Lo earlier this year. “ISTG Pt. 2” revels in the electric chemistry between the two rappers, as Kodak complements Doodie’s brashly confrontational verse with an impish one of his own: “It’s all good ’til it’s all bad/That n**** all cap, can’t wait to get up with his soft ass,” snarls Kodak. Directed by Jerry Production, the video for “ISTG Pt. 2” finds the dynamic duo mobbing with a crew at a private hangar, where they sip their favorite beverages before hopping on a jet.

“ISTG Pt. 2” is the latest salvo in a busy year for Doodie Lo, following recent singles like “Back Bone,” “FACE,” and the Icewear Vezzo-assisted “Melrose,” as the artist looks to make his mark with his street anthems. Last year, Doodie Lo made an impact with Big Doodie Lo, the artist’s debut full-length project. The mixtape is home to “Me & Doodie Lo,” an energetic collab between King Von and Doodie that originally appeared on OTF’s Loyal Bros compilation (and racked up over 13.8 million YouTube views), in which the legendary O-Block native gives Mr. Kankakee an enthusiastic co-sign. Over the past year, Doodie Lo has considerably grown his profile, gaining tens of thousands of YouTube subscribers and Spotify Monthly Listeners, and collaborating with heavy hitters like MoneybaggYoPoohShiestyBIG30, and more.

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KING EJ SHARES NEW SINGLES – “THE INTRO” & “BANDITS & BANDAGES”

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Jacksonville native artist and songwriter King EJ shares two new singles, “The Intro” and “Bandits & Bandages.” The two singles are his introduction as he captures and shares a lot of what he has dealt with and showcases the range of what’s to come. Both tracks are produced by Jevon Hill & Stanley Black of Co-Captains (Chris Brown, Mario, Nelly) with “Bandits & Bandages” also being produced by TJ Da Beatman (R. City, Kevin Gates, O). King EJ’s music can be described as R&B and Hip hop as he meshes both genres to come through with his own vibe.

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