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Al-Tariq Best AKA Mr. HUBB & The HUBB Stars Release 8Mins46Secs

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HUBB stands for “Help Us Become Better.” The New Jersey-based group was founded by Al-Tariq Best AKA Mr. HUBB. The group is composed of Al-Tariq Best, ElyJah, Joy, Khamiyah and Tazyar featuring Sir Chad Thorne and Eboni Marie. There’s always something refreshing about artists who feel comfortable in their own skin. At a time when there is a blur between creativity and mediocrity, The HUBB Stars are on a mission to redefine Hip Hop with authenticity.

The HUBB Stars’ music is uplifting and universal. Part of what makes the group so intriguing is their ability to connect with their listeners. Equally important, the HUBB Stars take it back to when music artists were not just performing in the community, but also working to uplift the community. Their sound has been compared to a modern-day Public Enemy.

The HUBB Stars make music from the heart and share it with the world. Their latest hit single is entitled “8Mins46Secs.” The song is both thought-provoking and entertaining at the same time. “8Mins46Secs” is an ode to the revolutionary movement and protests following the George Floyd murder. The accompanying video features graphic and real footage of police brutality and is meant to serve as a wake-up call for those who don’t seem to understand the impact of systemic racism. The riveting, dramatic music video of the song premiered to much fanfare on the Roku channel via VideoCity TV.

The composition is bold and daring. “8Mins46Secs” is another amazing protest anthem from The HUBB Stars.

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Bronx Drill rapper Dougie B shares “I’m Back” & “Forever On That”

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Building buzz to a boiling point, Bronx rap phenomenon Dougie B officially unleashes a new two-pack of “I’m Back” and “Forever On That” officially on all DSPs for the first time via Republic Records today. Listen to “I’m Back” / “Forever On That”HERE. Watch the music video for “I’m Back”HERE. Watch the music video for “Forever On That”—HERE.

He initially teased the songs on YouTube, inciting a groundswell of excitement in the process. The hard-hitting and hypnotic “Forever On That” surpassed 3 million views during its initial upload on Kay Flock’s YouTube Channel and soared to #1 on YouTube “Trending. Maintaining this momentum, the instantly irresistible “I’m Back” also vaulted to #7 on “Trending. The two-pack illuminates the strength of his airtight flow and knack for a knockout hook. These songs affirm Dougie B as one of the hottest rising stars in New York right now.

The bundle most importantly sets the stage for more music very soon.

The 20-year-old Bronx rapper has independently earned millions of views and streams of his music as part of a rising new vanguard alongside brothers-in-arms Kay Flock and B-Lovee. Their quintessential “Brotherly Love” has amassed nearly 20 million views to date and launched an entire Bronx drill movement informed by their grim realities. He recently made his Billboard Hot 100 debut with “Shake It” alongside Kay Flock and Cardi B, with the track’s video garnering 17 million views on YouTube and earning major looks from PitchforkBillboardInsiderHuffington PostComplexThe Source, and more. He has also impressively exceeded 3 million monthly listeners on Spotify and will grace the stage of HOT 97’s Summer Jam on Sunday June 12.

It’s about to be the summer of Dougie B.

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@Star2Official Pairs With $tupid Young on “Big Bands”

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“Big Bands” is Star2’s collab with acclaimed gold-record, Long Beach rapper, $tupid Young. “$tupid Young reps the Asian community and paved the way for all Asian rappers in the industry,” says Star2, referring to the icon. “Big Bands” chronicles Star2’s coming-of-age in the streets of City Heights, San Diego:  “Look I came from the bottom, now I’m riding to the top…growing up on the block, I been hearing lots of shots.  Pop after pop, all we hear is body drop…I gotta watch how they talk, ain’t nothin less than a boss.”

He raps in a gritty voice spitting the chorus: “Big Bands in my bank account.  Back then I had nothing in my bank account… I used to play with ones, I play with hunneds now.  You’re gonna notice me – every time you come around!”

$tupid Young takes it from there: “Big Bands in my bank account, hop out with the gang, do my thing and bounce. You pc’d up, took the scary route, we came broad-day and aired it out.”

The video tells the story of a bank hold-up, Star2 in the getaway car.  $tupid Young wears his trademark Golden “Afficials” Ace-of-Spades necklace: Star2 his Teddy Bear chain. The pair use their ill-gotten gains to go to a strip club “Big Bandy” and make it rain.  The track features dramatic staccato strings and a series of mysterious minor-chord notes that repeat and trail off at the end.

The track is the sixth on his upcoming Real Life EP featuring Luh Kel (“I Wanna Get F’d Up”) and Lil Poppa (“Real Life”). It follows his last two hits: “Thinkin Bout You”and “Run Away” Star2 recently recorded a song which features superstar Soulja Boy; the two have filmed a music video with Luh Kel to drop later this summer.

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PM FRVR Previews New Visual “Weather”

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The Atlanta-born and raised PM FRVR has been indulged in music his whole life, he started rapping as a teenager and kept the momentum throughout college. He has always had an excitement about music and even stated. His new single “Weather” embraces that same fiery passion that ignited his music career. One thing is definitely certain about PM FRVR: he is a natural at finding his sound. His music carries themes that are as confessional as they are ambitious.

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