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BBKnight drops new project ‘Beautiful Boy’

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Over the past few years, Southern California rapper BBKnight has been actively building an engaging fanbase and a strong catalog. Bursting on the scene in 2017 with his Lonewolf directed video, “Zines,” he’s since followed that up with another video with Lonewolf, an array of well-received singles and his acclaimed 2020 full length, Industry’s Unaccepted, which featured BigBabyGucci and ILYHOOK. Looking to solidify the buzz that’s been surrounding his name, he returns to the forefront with his long-awaited new album, Beautiful Boy.

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Richie Evans x Vedo Drop “For You”

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Richie Evans was once The Game’s protege, but he’s been independent for a while building his music catalogue on his own. He’s back with a track produced by The Olympicks (Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar etc.). This song “For You” features R&B new chart topper, Vedo, and is becoming an anthem for the ladies. The Hip-Hop/R&B track shows Richie’s undeniable lyricism and how it can fit into a radio hit, such as this.

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Foreverbbyflex speaks on the bullshit in “Switched Up In The End”

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Foreverbbyflex knows what it’s like when people change up on you. His new song, “Switched Up In The End,” talks about betrayal and seemingly has the last laugh, knowing that everything will be right in the end. It’s a catchy single with some melodies that you won’t soon get out of your head. Check out “Switched Up In The End” below.

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Johnny Que$t The Rebel Drops “Addicted 2 Money”

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Johnny Que$t The Rebel returns after his 2020 project Follow and prepares to continue his journey as one of hip-hop’s young stars with his latest single, Addicted 2 Money.

While Follow is a story of the hardships of obtaining your dreams, Addicted 2 Money is a look at money and value as a substance and finding comfort and refuge in them (to the point of obsession). The song turns into a self-made narrative of increasing personal value independent of external relationships, resources, and substances. In turn, Quest has focused his addictive personality on obtaining riches. The Bvtman produced track romanticizes the relationship between Quest and earning capital, and is a musical score for the hustler-at-heart. 

“People interact with you based on how they value you. My addiction became increasing my value.” – Johnny Que$t The Rebel

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