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Albums To Check Out This Week

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Gather around the campfire for a quick breakdown of this week’s hottest hip-hop albums, many coming as a surprise because that’s the thing to do now. Tune in below:

Squidtastic by SahBabii

SahBabii had one of the hottest songs of the summer with “Watery.” He carries this smooth smile into all of his music – past releases “Purple Ape” and “Pull Up With A Stick'” also channel an almost eerie level of calm into their proceedings. Now, to follow up with the success of “Watery,” SahBabii has released a new project called Squidtastic. Well worth a download, even if you’re only a fan of traditional rap.

Fxck Everybody 2 by Blac Youngsta

Blac Youngsta went viral just recently with a dream-like recording of him performing in his house while dozens of beautiful women clad in lingerie danced in the background. Now that the world has renewed its interest in his mesmerizing aesthetic and one-of-a-kind raps, now marks the perfect time to release a new project. It’s now available and looks to be one of the year’s best.

Return of the Trill by Bun B

It’s always good to hear from Bun. Five long years have passed since his last project Trill OG: The Epilogue and he’s been sparsely available. It looks like that’s changed with the release of his new project Return of the Trill. Bun is 45 years old and still pushing out new music. That’s a feat that many can’t replicate.

 

Fire In The Clouds by Currensy

Aside from Lil B, Currensy is perhaps the most hard-working rapper in the music business. He’s nearly seventy projects of quality stoner raps that have made him one of rap’s unsung heroes. To add to that collection is Fire In The Clouds, the latest that looks to establish himself during the changing of rap’s guard as well as offer a blueprint to what he can do in the future.

Kamikaze by Eminem

Oh yay, new Eminem. Aside from the homophobia and cheap shots, most of the reception for Kamikaze has been positive. Also, if you want to hear a weird choice for a Tay Keith beat, check out this album.

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Watch Emilio Rojas Tricked Out “Okay Okay” Video

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Emilio Rojas encourages the valet to go for a joy ride and enjoy life while he hits the private skies in the new visual for “Okay Okay.” Directed by Jonathan Felix, Rojas narrates the fast life that comes with manifesting the finer things in life while your boots are strapped to the ground and punching in that clock with lyrics that detail his spending habits. Flossing, Rojas raps, “My car guy just asked to hold a few thou / And I just got a new house because my old block was too loud / I might still pay that mortgage it aint worth the time to move out.”

“Okay Okay” is the third release from Rojas following “Green Cards” and “Creep With Me” from the forthcoming sequel album, Breaking Point 2. The upcoming album will be the follow-up to the artist’s 2012 original hosted by the legendary DJ Green Lantern and presented by Pharrell’s Billionaire Boys Club clothing brand. To stay up to date on everything Emilio Rojas and the upcoming album, follow him daily on social media.

Watch the “Okay Okay” visual below and stream it everywhere via Breaking Point Music Group.

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Tyler Loyal Shares High-Energy Single “Back In Dat Mode”

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AWAL’s new sensation Tyler Loyal returns to his old ways on the new single titled “Back In Dat Mode.” The highly energetic track produced by Sonni showcases the Boston native’s superior skillset, rowdy nature, and promising star power that will make him one of the hottest new acts of the year. For Loyal, the track reflects on the lowest part of his life, yet continues to pursue his dream.

“I’ve been at my lowest, living off Cup Noodles and cold-cut sandwiches,” said Tyler about the song’s message. “I’ve also been in the presence of financial freedom. Both experiences brought me to the same conclusion, I need to get rich. I made a promise to myself at 8 years old that I would be the one in my family to break the barrier and every day I live on this earth I’m trying to get myself closer to that end goal. This song is for the hustlers. It’s what it feels like to be fed up with your current state, get up and get to the bag.”

“Back In Dat Mode” follows Loyal’s impressive 2022, including the release of a trio of new songs like “Far From Jamaica,” “Still Mine,” and “Fallin’ Off.” Loyal’s latest release prepares us for an expected forthcoming project, which will eagerly arrive in 2023. More as this story develops…

“Back In Dat Mode” is available everywhere on So Rebel/AWAL.

Stream “Back In Dat Mode” below, and follow Tyler Loyal on social media for up-to-the-minute news and updates.

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Paydroo Shares New Video “Fair Exchange”

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PG County’s Paydroo has been on a lyrical rampage lately as he ascends to mainstream stature. Now, he seizes the moment in the spotlight with the release of the new visual for the latest single, “Fair Exchange.” Directed by Richy Guzman, the visual stars, the rising emcee maneuvering around public transportation while he recites tricky rhymes about the hustle like, “Outta the youngn’s getting too it I was the first one, move smart I’m my momma’s first and only son.”

The song was inspired by the daily grit and grind that everyday joes endured on the paper chase.

“I gained inspiration to write this song as soon as Gr4ff sent it. Oftentimes my concepts come from the way the instrumentals are titled upon receiving them,” reveals Paydroo in a press statement.

“Fair Exchange” follows Paydroo’s 2021 EP, Product Of My Environment 2. The new single is the preview to the new artist’s forthcoming fifth as-yet-titled album in the works and is expected for a 2023 release on his own imprint. “Fair Exchange” is the perfect origin point to hop on the Paydroo bandwagon.

Take a look at “Fair Exchange” below, and afterward, follow Paydroo on social media.

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