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Comethazine Orchestrates a Bank Heist in the Video for “Six Flags”

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Comethazine has established a unique lane for himself as one of hip-hop’s most bellicose enigmas, spitting unmistakable cadences over hard-biting trap instrumentals in his signature, macabre aesthetic. Continuing his streak of combative sounds, the St. Louis native prepares for Comethazine The Album, his new album is set to release this Friday, October 22nd via Alamo Records. At 18 tracks in length, Comethazine The Album continues his stream of full-length projects with no features or big-name producers, bolstering his reputation as a lone wolf within the industry. Last month, Comethazine further proved the strength of his lone vision with the music video for Spinback,” the first single from Comethazine The Album, which he shot, directed, conceptualized, and edited himself. Few can pull that status off, but Comethazine masters it. 

Today, Comethazine shares Six Flags,” a new music video from the upcoming album. Unlike the park referenced in the title, Comethazine makes it crystal clear that he’s not here for anyone’s amusement in this track. Pulling no punches over the track’s two minute runtime, Comethazine states plainly the differences between himself and the world: “All my n****s gangbang, Comethazine been did that/I don’t need no gang, I bust your brain independent.” Directed by JMP, the video follows a bare-faced Comethazine leading a gang of masked gunmen into a bank heist. Reminiscent of the opening scene of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight, the visual perfectly capture’s the track’s urgent hostility of Comethazine’s barking braggadocio over the dramatic orchestral strings looped throughout. 

Comethazine The Album is the first full-length release from Comethazine since October 2020’s Bawskee 4. The Bawskee series stands out as a highlight in the past half-decade of SoundCloud rap, generating streams in the hundreds of millions and earning RIAA Platinum and Gold certifications for his singles, Walk and Bands,” respectively. Earlier this year, Comethazine gave the first glimpse of his video vision when he released the self-directed clip for Malcolm In The Middle,” which has over 2.9 million views on YouTube. 

Stay tuned for more information about Comethazine’s upcoming Comethazine The Album, coming soon via Alamo Records.   

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@SoupMakesBetter shares new ‘God’s Timing’ project with @ifeneuro

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Soupmakesitbetter shares his new project God’s Timing, a collaborative EP with Ifé Neuro that digs deeps into life and its lessons. The two artists, who previously worked together on the Vanilla Skies project, showcase deep creative chemistry over the course of the four piece offering. On God’s Timing, they cover everything from paying attention to the people around you to the dangers of being complacent and how that can impact your dreams. 

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BROOKLYN RAPPER SUEGO’S NEW SINGLE “YAH YAH YAH”

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Brooklyn rapper Suego has released a new single titled “Yah Yah Yah.” Suego’s audacious rap tune and the hook is catchy and guaranteed to be stuck in your head for days. This latest single proves that he’s got his finger firmly on the pulse of what the urban listeners want from hip-hop.

As an emcee with a knack for freestyling, Suego is known for spitting over-your-head, witty raps that get listeners excited about what comes next.

Stay tuned for the premiere of an equally captivating music video soon.

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Chicago’s J-Oats and Kaye Fox Come Together for New Single ‘FIRST LOVE’

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“First Love” is an ode to falling in love with Hip-Hop as well as your first love. Both Chicago natives J-Oats and Kaye Fox join for a dope track that’s written as if Hip-Hop were a woman. J-Oats reflects on his childhood and how music made him feel, once he began writing. For those unfamiliar with Kaye Fox, she’s part of No ID’s production team and is an accredited vocalist on songs with Ye, Common, J. Cole, Rick Ross, Big Sean, Nas and more. The video was directed by J-Oats with IAMMRLUCUS on cinematography.

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