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Bishop The Overseer Releases Remix For “Rap Kulture”

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Through his lyricism, as contained within his new commercially recorded release, “Rap Kulture”, this Missouri, USA born Master of Ceremony (MC), Bishop The Overseer, sensationalizes his duality of citizenship with the chorus line “Nigeria is in the building so its bound to hit.”

This single follows his previous hit single “Runnin Back”, which was featured on BBC Music by DJ Semtex on his show “5 Tracks You Need To Know.” The son of a Nigerian born Father, and a American born Mother, Bishop unequivocally embraces his duality roots to Nigeria through his collaboration with the Lagos based Silverbird

Communications media outlet. Bishop performs his newly written and composed theme song “Rap Kulture” for the Lagos, Nigeria based commercial radio station 93.7 Rhythm FM, which is owned and operated by Silverbird. The original theme song composition is as a result of a radio interview conducted by the station’s radio show host Raezy Winston for his show “Rap Kulture”; and Winston’s subsequent request for a “behind the scenes” drop introduction (artist radio station reference) and a brief original song performance by Bishop over a original instrumental.

The audio remix version modifies the song composition by removing the radio station reference from the chorus section, adding a chorus overlay and adding a third verse. Four different versions of the song composition is available for consumer consumption. The original audio version is distributed United Masters/Steve Stoute. The original music video version is distributed by Bishop Enterprises Publishing, LLC/BEPC Music and Entertainment Group. The audio remix is distributed by AWAL/Kobalt Music Group. The remix music video version is distributed by Peeksound/FUGA.

The originally composed theme song for the radio show “Rap Kulture” is inspired in-part by the dedication, inspiration and cultivation of authentic Hip-Hop/Rap/R&B which is readily available for consumption, by over 15 million consumers in Lagos, across the station’s platform.

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J-OATS RELEASES “Round of Applause”

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J-Oats has released his new video, Round of Applause. The single was produced by “Excuse My French” and the racey video was directed by Gravitii Films. The Chicago-based artist flipped his style on this one, giving the clubs a strip club track to vibe with. Needless to say, the concept is inspired by the beautiful essence of women, done in a respectful way. 

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METRO MARRS DROPS NEW EP ‘LAST TRAIN 2 MARRS’ VIA QUALITY CONTROL MUSIC

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Atlanta rapper, singer/songwriter, and Quality Control Music standout Metro Marrs has shared his new EP Last Train 2 Marrs with features from fellow QC labelmates Bankroll Freddie and Duke Deuce. This new album is a call to action for fans to join him on a journey from his roots on the southside of Atlanta to the bigger world he’s experiencing through music over the past few years. Today, he also shares a brand new music video for the standout track “Escape” that follows a contemplative Marrs through lonesome subway stations and open fields.

On the new project, Marrs shares “I hope Last Train 2 Marrs inspires people to grow and find the right path in whatever lifestyle they want to live. Everyone who supports me on this journey, is more than welcome to hop On The Train.”

Spending time between New York and Atlanta, the 19 year old Marrs came from a musically inclined family. He grew up in the church and recording studios from the age of five with his dad. Since then he’s caught the attention of the biggest executives in music and his Atlanta hometown and had early success like Pigeons & Planes Best New Artists, SXSW performance, and press praise from Complex, XXL, and more.

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S.O.B. Kam Drops ‘Woods’

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S.O.B Kam otherwise known as Serious Over Bandz Kam hails from Dillon, SC. Dillon is a small southern town with treacherous hearts and a dangerous rugged surface. His native city has a history of being poverty stricken without opportunities. In its recent years, Dillon has been devastated by the fentanyl & heroin epidemic. Despite all odds, Kam signed with the label Serious Over Bandz to begin making a way for himself and family.

Kam is a young emcee who grew up influenced by a range of artists like Tupac and Gucci to Jimi Hendrix and James Brown. His music dream began at age 9, after almost falling victim to a drive-by shooting. To help heal from post trauma, he wrote about the experience and he knew from that moment, God called him to rap.

He describes his sound as being Trap, Grimy, and Soulful. Fans can expect future collaborations from Kam and Black Zacc, Trap Dickey and S.O.B. Nephew. Many have heard his work with DJ Drama and Jim Jones, which he points out as a pivotal time in his career. Khoppa City 3 is credited as Kam’s first project that launched industry buzz and noted popularity.His new single, ‘Woods’, is now available on all platforms. ‘Woods’ was produced by Glizz and the visual was directed by Rock Davis. The smash is featured on his upcoming EP,  Serious Over Bandz. For the rest of 2022, Kam is ready to show the world… just how serious he is..

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