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ATL RISING STARS 3XBRAVO AND SLIMELIFE SHAWTY SHARE NEW SINGLE AND VIDEO “CHANNEL 2”

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Atlanta based rapper 3xBravo joins forces with fellow Atlanta rapper Slimelife Shawty to release a new song and visual, “Channel 2”. On “Channel 2”, 3xBravo and Slimelife Shawty air out their frustrations with the harmful effects of street culture and lament the gun toting, violence and criminal justice system that continues to make victims out of people in their community. Armed with a soulful, guitar driven instrumental, 3xBravo issues a direct response to those who flash guns on social media without understanding the real life consequences of their actions (“Lil n**** stop it, put the gun down drop it – you don’t know what to do with that, you trying to take some pictures tryna flex look cool with that. Real n****s shoot with that”). Slimelife Shawty’s verse is a perfect compliment to Bravo’s melodic delivery that questions the motivations behind neighborhood rivalries (“My folks didn’t f*ck with your folks, so you was meant to hate me – and you don’t really know why).

In the theatrical visual, 3xBravo and Slimelife visit a trap house where 3xBravo doubles as a news reporter for Channel 2 Atlanta, reporting from the scene of a crime.  “Channel 2” is 3xBravo’s first new song and video since “Made For This” (feat. Lil Eazzyy) which racked up over 400 thousand views since its video dropped in early April.

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2FeetBino Drops “Backstroke”

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Atlanta rapper 2FeetBino has just shared his latest video single, “Backstroke.” Reposted by 21 Savage, Metro Boomin, and Yung Nudy, “Backstroke” has a laid back summertime feel that’s accentuated by floating guitar riffs, delicate keys, and rolling 808s. In the video, 2Feet can be seen lounging on a boat, skateboarding with his crew, and enjoying himself on a sunny summer day, seemingly without a care in the world. His fans will also notice a cameo from his alter ego, Cousin Feeter, the Bill Bellamy inspired muppet who appeared on the single art and in the video for 2FeetBino’s previous release, “In Da Spot” (feat. 4L Quan).

2FeetBino made a splash with the release of his Yung Nudy assisted track and video for “No Freestyle” in 2018 and rode the wave into 2019 with the release of his debut mixtape, Broken Dreams. The tape introduced listeners to 2FeetBino’s soulful voice and heartfelt storytelling,  drawing them in with his candor and sincerity. The following year, in 2020, 2FeetBino released his project, A Story Never Told which featured the intimately detailed and deeply personal single, “Apple Pie.” The song recounts 2FeetBino’s struggles as a young father who’s witnessed the hardships of life from a young age and hopes to provide a better life for his daughter who is featured in the video. A Story Never told also featured other standout tracks including “Ease the Pain,” the motivating anthem, “Keep Goin,”“Plenty Sense,” and “Rainbow” (feat. Young Nudy and Bermuda Yae).

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Tough Struggle Ent.’s Dre Carter Releases Introspective New Project, ‘It Could’ve Been You’

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South Jersey native, Philadelphia-based recording artist Dre Carter shares his new 13-track body of work, ‘It Could’ve Been You.’ 
The Tough Struggle Entertainment signee calls upon Matt Ox, Ranya, naiqwanwanya, Krewnami Khidd, Dougie4g2, Wiz Gamb, Sharod Starks, Amere May Jr., Zdigga, Juney Knotzz, Nuk Beatz, Dj No Phrillz, Dre Banks, Kyd Offixial, and Thousandaire C Quel as guest features for the project.
Dre Carter raps confidently, reflecting on his growth over the years right from the “Intro.” Despite candid lyrics about family, navigating life in the streets, and the traumatic losses over the years, the emotionally scarred storyteller isn’t here to complain; he’s here to drop gems and revel a bit from his unique POV. 
“The project is inspired by the everyday struggles of life and the choices we make. Every cause has an effect, every action has a reaction. Life’s about the options we’re given, the choices we make, and the outcome,” Dre Carter shares with us.

Stream ‘It Could’ve Been You’ below, and be sure to watch the official, animated visual for “Pain” featuring Amere May Jr. and Zdigga. Follow Dre Carter on Instagram here.

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@BangBang_Sg & EST Gee Release “Catch A Body”

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Buzzing artist EST Gee (Yo Gotti/CMG Records) has connected with Philly street artist Bang Bang for their new single “Catch A Body”—watch HERE. After gracing the Billboard Charts with a sly verse on QC’s Lil Baby’s “Real As It Gets,” EST Gee has gifted decorated Philadelphia street rapper Bang Bang with another fire 16. The two are seen together flexing right in BangBang’s hood. Bang flexes his credibility while bringing Gee to kick it with everyone in Uptown Philly.

Bang Bang describes his sound as trap rap. The street lyricist feels as if his style of music is a universal language to anyone with a similar background. The resilient rapper is always looking to ensure that all of his fans know that they can make it through whatever they put their mind to. The fiery new single will be a part of Bang Bang’s upcoming EP No Regrets 5. Fans of this single will be pleasantly surprised to know that the project is just as hard from start to finish.

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