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Chianti gets realer than real on “They Don’t Know”

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Texas rapper Chianti has been through some shit that most people don’t know about such as being in a near fatal accident. It makes sense that he’d want to open up about his trials and tribulations in a fresh, meaningful, and heartfelt way. His new track “They Don’t Know” is a powerful statement that you’ll want to hear.

Listen to “They Don’t Know” down below.

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@LavisTheMDK Reps Home On ‘33476’ LP

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LunchBox Records (@LunchBoxRecs) signee, Lavish The MDK (@lavishthemdk) follows up 2020’s ‘Lil Pahokee Florida‘ with a brand new project appropriately titled ‘33476.’ Named after the zip code he grew up in, the quickstrike tape features 12 tracks and includes instrumentation from label owner LunchMoney Lewis as well as Smash DavidSchife Karbeen, and Adrian.
The Sunshine State rapper first made waves back in 2015 with his Kodak Black assisted cut “Lottery Ticket,” followed by 2017’s Lil Baby collaboration “Vision Clear,” which ended up making the Quality Control MVP’s ‘Too Hard’ project.

Stream ‘33476’ on your DSP of choice after the jump and expect matching visuals to follow soon! 

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26AR Releases the Highly Anticipated Deluxe Version To His Drench ‘Em LP

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Fresh off the release of his fiery “Statement” remix, Crown Heights newcomer 26AR returns with a slew of new street anthems in the form of Drench Em DELUXE. Featuring undeniable hits such as “Make Ya B** Do It” and “I’m the Man Now”, the extended EP solidifies the 21-year-old showing no signs of slowing down. If there’s any indication regarding the streets crowning a new King of NY Drill, all roads lead to 2605.

26AR’s rise to success has exceeded all expectations with the release of his debut album Drench Em. As the latest visual released from the album, “Only Fans” portrays exactly what the track name is about. From the beginning to the end, listeners are drawn into every scene that directly reflects each bar in the record. Setting the tone for the video, 26AR instantly showcases the meaning behind the song by inserting a clip of the popular Only Fans app on an iPhone. The Brooklyn rapper proudly displays his charismatic and boastful personality in scenes surrounded by beautiful women, trying to catch his attention. However, he knows this is only to seduce him for content on their “Only Fans”.

Listeners can enjoy both Drench Em and Drench Em (Deluxe), out now on all streaming platforms. Connect with 26AR and stay tuned for what’s next to come from the new King of NY Drill.

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Page Kennedy Drops New LP “Page”

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Hip Hop lyricist, box-office star, comedian, and former battle rapper PAGE KENNEDY releases new self-titled album “PAGE” following his release with Method Man and Elzhi for his new single “PAIN” available now across all DSP’s via EMPIRE.

PAGE includes production from Mic West and Grammy-award-winning Aftermath producer Focus featuring guests Xzibit, Ali Caldwell, Method Man, Elzhi, Chief Wakil, and more. The album is available to stream.

Described as “a stellar lyricist,” by HipHopDX and “an absolute beast on the microphone” by 2 Dope Boyz, Page utilizes his bar-for-bar lyrical prowess to tell stories celebrating and examining the Black and Brown experience through the lens of his personal experiences. The album is releasing following his co-starring lead in the 530.2 million worldwide box office hit “The Meg,” and ahead of his co-starring role alongside Wanda Sykes and Mike Epps in the highly-anticipated Netflix original series “The Upshaw’s,” which is slated for release later this year.

Page Kennedy explains “PAGE”: I’m known for hard beats, bars, and storytelling. Thanks to Focus and Mic West on production that is no doubt achieved here as they laid the perfect musical canvases for me to paint my thoughts and frustrations with 2020 upon. As a Black man and father, the injustices of 2020 hit hard and close to home. While my projects don’t usually have much social commentary in them, I felt compelled on this album to not only give a conscious view of issues permeating society and the racial and socio-political trauma affecting Black and Brown communities, but to also celebrate the things that keep us going as a people despite it all.

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