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Arkansas rapper Lil Dolfin releases hard-hitting EP ‘Dolfin Not Dolphin’

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Lil Dolfin is an independent artist who’s name already grabs audiences attention. The Pine Bluff, AR native’s recently dropped a new four track EP called Dolfin Not Dolphin which showcases a masterfully crafted sound that Dolfin has been working on since he was nine.

When asked about how he came up with the name Lil Dolfin, he explained that he got his name in junior high from his friends. 

“I got my name in Jr. high school from close friends,” he explained. “I used to wear a lot of Pink Dolphin clothing. First it was Lil Dolphin, then as I got older I changed it to Lil Dolfin.”

The lead single off of Dolfin Not Dolphin is “King Kong,” a bubbly track that gives Dolfin the space to both showcase his work ethic and flex. With lyrics like “keep a lot of green on me, from the sun up, busting out the jeans on me” and “she know I touch money but stack up a lot,” Dolfin creates a perfect introduction to his sound for new listeners. The single also was released with a dope visual, which compliments the track even further.

Dolfin, born Darron Eaves, follows “King Kong” with “No T-Shirt.” Dolfin doubles down on a breakneck, NBA Youngboy-esk flow that shatters the Cali rap-influenced beat. Dolfin’s next track is a complete 180 from the first two, and further showcases his talents and skills.

“Avenue” capitalizes on the money hungry nature of “King Kong ” but slows the flow and instrumental down to a much more leisurely pace. With the “welcome to my avenue” line in the beginning of the song and Dolfin’s call and response flow, Eaves makes the track feel almost like a tour of his life. 

Dolfin’s final track “They Don’t Wanna” utilizes a Lil Baby type flow to detail people who look down on him. Lines like “they don’t wanna see a young n**** grind, I been putting in overtime” and “I hear voices they be talking saying I’m mixed up in the times, so when I rap this shit I do it to make a million every time” illustrate his ability to shake off those who have negative opinions of him.

As far as the message that Dolfin wants audiences to take away from his music, he says he wants people to feel inspired to “never give up” and “never stop going because it’s never too late.”

Check out Dolfin Not Dolphin below and follow Lil Dolfin on Instagram and Twitter!

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Spade Hustles Announces He Is Releasing His Highly Anticipated Project 3.5 Gate Music Vol.2 tomorrow!

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Sean Harris from Buffalo, New York better known as ‘Spade Hustles’ is excited to announce he is dropping volume 2 of his Gate Music series hosted by Papoose on July 25th. So far in Spade Hustles career he has had the chance to work with producers such as DJ pain, Rev, RNE LM beats and Maniac beatz. Spade Hustles has also been featured on Say Cheese TV, Hip Hop Weekly, Pulse magazine and a few other well known media outlets.

Although Spade Hustles is still considered ‘new to the game’ he has been interested in music since childhood but didn’t start taking it more seriously until 2019. However, this year Spade Hustles is hoping his new mixtape will go gold and reach 500k streams on Spotify or iTunes bypassing his previous project that brought in 200k streams.

Spade Hustles shared one of his favorite quotes that he applies to his everyday life… “scared money, don’t make money” to remind himself to get up and grind each day to get where he wants to be in life. Spade also wants to remind anyone that is trying to purse a music career to “Stay consistent and be ready to invest in your craft, don’t wait for anybody to do it for you, don’t lose focus or let personal issues effect you.”

Be sure to check out Spade Hustles new track that drops tomorrow July 25th and stay connected with him on his platforms listed below!

Instagram | YouTube | Facebook | Apple Music | Spotify

Written by: Brooke Pendergrass

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Worldisgualaa Released The Visual For His Track “Eye 4 Eye”

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Worldisgualaa aka “THE HARDEST TO IMPRESS” is an independent artist who is a star on the rise. The Jersey artist creates hip hop, rap, and soul trap music which makes him  extremely versatile. The impact he is looking to make with his music is to show people that as human we all have good days, bad days, heartbreaks, pain, lit nights, drunk nights etc. Worldisgualaa also wants his music to impact all over the world no matter what race you are or how much money you got, he wants you to feel his music.

When asked why is music his passion, Worldisgualaa responded “Music can tell so many stories’s about how you feeling, good times, bad times, females, the struggle, the wins, the losses, the high & the lows. Music just makes me feel good expressing myself or when I hear the artist making music about what I’m going through & just know that at least one person around this whole world is going through the same problem you’re going through so that’s why you have to keep going and become that breakthrough testimony & show that you stand the rain you feel me. “

Worldisgualaa is an artist who makes music based on however he is feeling at the moment. As an artist who is only been in the music scene for over a year, this is just the beginning for him. The visual for his track “Eye 4 Eye” is out now and the single drops on all platforms on 7/28. He can also check out his music available on all streaming services!

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‘Dead One’ by Yung Slim drops July 30th!

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Yung Slim from Plymouth, North Carolina is an upcoming artist to watch, he has a new single titled ‘Dead one’ dropping on July 30th on all streaming platforms, with an official music video dropping on YouTube on August 6th. 

Yung Slim has been in the music industry since 2013 and is currently signed to BussDown Entertainment record label. Yung Slim has had the opportunity to work with quite a few producers and has been featured on many blogs and radio stations as well throughout his career. 

2021 has been really good to Yung Slim so far, he has been seeing a huge increase in views, streams and followers on all platforms but he says this is still just the beginning for him and his career. One of Slim’s favorite quotes is “Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn’t work hard.” It reminds him to grind hard for the career and life he wants. 

Yung Slim also dropped two soundcloud exclusive songs ‘ITS YUNG’ and ‘ITS MY GDAY’ in celebration of his 26th birthday! Be sure to check them out on his soundcloud linked below and to follow his other social media platforms to keep up with Yung Slim and his upcoming release. 

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