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charlieonnafriday Links With Lil Tjay For “Same Friends”

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Charlieonnafriday is a star on the rise — the Seattle born artist has a knack for melody, catchy hooks, and authenticity that can’t be taught. On “Same Friends,” featuring Lil Tjay, Charlie offers his best record yet. He waxes poetic about his come-up in the music game and bringing his same friends along for the ride with him before Lil Tjay comes in to deliver a bar-heavy verse that’s reminiscent of early Tjay records. In the video, Charlie and his day 1 friends from Seattle are settled into a lavish home in LA, kicking it and recording before all heading over to Lil Tjay’s house where Tjay and his guys are doing the same. “Same Friends” ft. Lil Tjay is a banger primed for long car rides with the windows down and the speakers all the way up.

Charlie hasn’t let up once this year. While he’s been flooding his fans with new music, he’s also been on the road. He kicked off 2023 with the ONNAFRIDAY college tour, making stops at some of the biggest colleges around the country and performing fan favorites like “Enough” and “That’s What I Get.” He’s currently opening for Jessie Murph across the states before heading to Europe in April to open for his mentor Macklemore. The Macklemore tour is particularly special for him — growing up in Seattle, Charlie has always been a Macklemore fan and now he’s added collaborator and friend to their relationship in addition to tour, Charlie was featured on Macklemore’s recent BEN.

To understand charlieonnafriday and where he’s headed, it’s important to go back to where he started. Raised in many neighborhoods in and around Seattle, but noting the Greenlake neighborhood as his home, Charlie says, “I just like capturing moments.” 

When COVID hit in 2020, Charlie was a junior in high school and started thinking big-picture about what he wanted to do with his life. He reflected on what brought him the most joy, and knew music was it — specifically, continuing the lineage of iconic artistry that comes out of a city like Seattle. And then he manifested a career. By his senior year, he focused his songwriting and landed a hit with the slow banger “After Hours.” The song distilled the essence of the party, connecting with young people all over the world, as well as older adults remembering the good old days. 

From there things happened fast. Just a few months later, Lil Keed wandered into the studio where Charlie was recording in L.A., heard what Charlie was working on, and demanded a track together immediately. They made “Misfit,” right on the spot, and Charlie calls it, “one of the craziest experiences of my life.” That was lucky timing. But writing anthems like “Colorado Boulder” with Kidd G, about college girls who blow all their money on “Titos and weed” — that’s not luck, that’s skill. 

For Charlie it all comes back to the genesis of Seattle and that penchant for bottling life; “I’m not the same person I was in high school,” he says, having seen the world a few times now. “But I’m still making songs in my bedroom. I’m still capturing moments. And hopefully people want to live through what I capture.” 

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Flyboii Dada Releases New Visual “Bad Boy”

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FlyBoii DaDa’s artistry continues to evolve, cementing his status as a rising force in the music industry.

The latest music video for “Bad Boy,” in collaboration with WorldStar, exemplifies his consistent delivery of high-caliber music. Known for producing some of the finest trap music, FlyBoii DaDa has been a personal favorite since his debut, with a work ethic that is truly commendable. His lyrical prowess is captivating, effortlessly drawing listeners in with his compelling narratives.

His versatility as an artist is noteworthy, continuously setting him apart in an industry saturated with talent. Although he may not always be in the mainstream spotlight, FlyBoii DaDa stands shoulder to shoulder with the leading names in the scene. His powerful delivery and authentic voice resonate deeply, making each release a significant event.

As we look forward to 2024, anticipation builds for his long-awaited project, Trap Baby. Fans have eagerly anticipated this project for years and await its release with great excitement. The visuals for “Bad Boy” are meticulously crafted, further establishing his reputation for authenticity that resonates both on the streets and in the industry.

His extensive catalog is already impressive, and this latest addition only enhances his artistic legacy. Few artists deliver the level of authenticity and raw talent that FlyBoii DaDa consistently brings to the table. Each new release is a reminder of his prowess and commitment to his craft.

Stay updated with FlyBoii DaDa on social media as he ascends. His journey is far from over, and his music promises to keep getting better.

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ATAK Releases Demon [Prod. By DJ Plugg]

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West Denver native ATAK drops new visuals to “Demon” off of his upcoming Prayers EP. Produced by DJ Plugg. Directed by GG Productions.

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Stephen Herman Jr. & Bubba Sparxxx Shares “Life’s Quite Nice”

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Stephen Herman Jr. and Bubba Sparxxx are back with a brand new single, “Life’s Quite Nice,” and it’s a must listen! Originally crafted by Herman Jr., this track took on new dimensions when Bubba Sparxxx got involved, infusing it with fresh, classic energy and depth.

Drawing inspiration from Bubba Sparxxx’s iconic hit “Deliverance,” the result is a mesmerizing blend of heartfelt lyrics, captivating melodies, and soulful vibes that will resonate with listeners of all backgrounds.

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