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Bay Area Spotlight: @Saweetiie ‘s “Icy Girl” Still Cranks Hard

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There’s something about a beautiful woman, confident in her appearance and demeanor that makes her a force to be reckoned with. Society constantly reinforces impossible standards and unfair metrics for women to measure themselves against, and we understand that it can be hard. But when a woman can rise against these standards and celebrate her feminine whiles, it makes us shiver inside. Saweetie is that woman, and “Icy Girl Freestyle” is her declaration of self-love, confidence, and future successes.

To start it off, Saweetie is damn near flawless. She has crystal clear skin, a beautiful set of lips, and an all-knowing smirk that lets you know she knows exactly what you’re thinking before you can even say it. In the video for “Icy Girl Freestyle,” her figure is shown tastefully time and time again, and the sight never gets old. She’s gifted in more ways than one.

In addition to being beautiful, she’s a fierce rapper. Her flow is near unmatched in the entire industry and her delivery makes her someone to watch, without question. On “Icy Girl Freestyle” she delivers each line with zest and a certain pep that sells it hard, sending icy daggers into the heart with pinpoint precision. It’s an amazing listen that really shows her creativity as an artist while creating the groundwork for the future.

All of this leads us to a hot take that may get us in trouble. Saweetie’s “Icy Girl Freestyle” is better than Khia ‘s “My Neck, My Back.” They use the same beat, but the songs are completely different from each other. Saweetie’s has more emotion and swagger than Khia’s, but who are we to judge. Let’s just continue enjoying good music.

Check out the video for “Icy Girl” below.

 

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 ZSZF Drops “White People Money”

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Miami’s Own ZSZF is becoming one to watch after his consistent release of material. Untitled was a breakthrough hit and now he comes back with White People Money. At first after seeing the title we were stunned but then after listening to his clever and tough lyrics we came to a conclusion that there was more of a meaning behind this track. Overall we are pleased with the delivery and consistency of ZSZF. An insider has even told us that he has a debut project on the way.

Check this out and tell us what you think.

IG:
www.instagram.com/igivezszf

LinkTree:
https://linktr.ee/igivezszf

Spotify Artist Page:
https://open.spotify.com/artist/44WQ850Digudhnm6rOVCrB?si=n8hr5xIvTnmR6knQZa_gkQ

Apple Artist Page:
https://music.apple.com/us/artist/zszf/1577897226

YouTube:
https://youtube.com/channel/UCxLC3LoEuX8W1VORytv7Xmw

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DIRTY1000 RELEASING NEW SONG “LEGENDARY MOTION” FEAT. KOLYON

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South Florida rapper Dirty1000 to release his recent collaboration with Kolyon. Home to Pompano Beach, while promoting the new release “Legendary Motion”, Dirty gives a shout out to Broward County on a recent Instagram post.

This was the first time they’d been to the studio together in years; “it was like me and koly were in the eye of the hurricane where it was calm but disaster was all around us” says Dirty.

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Sir Will feat. Judge Da Boss Drops “Moment of Truth”

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Compton bred Phoenix based rapper Sir Will just released a new video for “Moment of Truth”, an unhinged anthem of perseverance that features fellow Arizona rapper Judge Da Boss. With production by Pandora Nightz, the song’s masterful and dynamic elements keep listener’s on their toes for a fresh and invigorating musical listen marked with effortless flow, throbbing bass and heavy-hitting synths. The video for “Moment of Truth” was inspired by 2pac & Dr. Dre’s “California Love” but with an action-packed desert vibe.

With influences such as 2 Pac, Jay-Z, Lil Wayne as well as notable battle rappers Tay Roc, Tsu Surf, Geechi Gotti, and Math Hoffa, Sir Will has no limits when it comes to fusing musical styles. “I’m from the West Coast, so you will be able to hear that in my slang, the way I talk. But I want you to hear the East Coast lyricism, all the way to that South bounce. I want to be able to deliver it from all areas like it’s never been done before.”

Outside of music, Sir Will finds purpose by giving back to the community and educating inner city youth on financial literacy. With more music on the horizon, Sir Will is not showing signs of slowing down anytime soon. “The message is simple – I’m here to create great music and deliver it from the perspective of someone who came from nothing and who has seen success before all the music and fame.”

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