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D Menace pays homage to the money-makers in “Funds Up”

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D Menace wants to give a shoutout to everyone who keeps money coming in–through rain, sleet, hail, and snow. His latest, “Funds Up,” is the kind of exciting and anthemic tune that makes you want to get to those bands by any means necessary. It’s bouncy and works best in the car, where you can ride with the top down.

Watch the video for “Funds Up” below.

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DAZE DAVINCI Shares “DROUGHT”

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Daze DaVinci teams up with producer 2 Points (The Game, Pressa, Desiigner) & International Award Winning pianist Maryna Kysla Williams for his new single “Drought” the melodic yet heavy hitting record is not only unique and catchy but a taste of what’s to come from the artist and his tuneful style of blending genres!

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NIA ARCHIVES SAMPLES BRAZILIAN CHOIR ON EUPHORIC END OF SUMMER SINGLE “Baianá”

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Following a sold out Secret Summer Rave, Notting Hill Carnival headline slot and latest single “No Time” (1Xtra B List) with Clipz, Beenie Man, ShaSimone and Cristale, today [Friday 30th September] new gen junglist and inimitable rising star Nia Archives returns with her first solo single since her breakout EP Forbidden Feelingz in March called “Baianá”. Sampling the traditional Brazilian choir Barbatuques, this instrumental euphoric club track has been a staple of Nia’s sets all over world this summer from All Points East to Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds, Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Rio De Janeiro and Australia where she is currently on tour with fans eagerly IDing and awaiting its release.

Alongside the track today, Nia Archives takes us on a whirlwind trip to Brazil in an incredible video co-directed by herself and her long-time friend and collaborator, Delphino. Shot earlier this month in the country’s most famous city, Rio De Janeiro, in her trademark fast paced, lo-fi VHS docu-style aesthetic, we see the city through Nia’s lens, from epic views of Christ the Redeemer, a dip in the waters of the Copacabana, football in the Rocina favela with some local kids and crate diggin for some rare Samba, Bossa Nova and Baile funk. An artist becoming known for her unique style and attention to detail as much as her cutting edge productions, everything from the Brazil manicure to the “Baianá” grill is given its moment in this soon to be classic Nia Archives video.

Speaking on the creation on track, Nia says:

“I’ve always been a massive fan of Samba Music, Bossa Nova Music and Brazilian culture and had been a fan of the Barbatuques for a while. When I was looking through my samba / bossa playlist and thinking about songs to sample, “Baianá” was the one that stood out for me. When I started making it, the original version was quite bouncy which I wanted to make harder… so I flipped it into this crazy amen break roller with a Reese bass line. I feel like this one really showcases my work and style as a producer.”

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YG UNVEILS VIDEO FOR “HOW TO ROB A RAPPER” FROM NEW ALBUM I GOT ISSUES

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On the heels of the release of his sixth studio album, I GOT ISSUES, multi-platinum West Coast legend and superstar rapper YG, unveils the video for “How To Rob A Rapper.” The highly personal new album which was released September 30th via Def Jam Recordings,  includes features from hip-hop heavyweights such as J. Cole, Post Malone, Nas, Roddy Rich and more. The album is available on all digital platforms as well as a special signed CD offering.

Previously released tracks include Scared Money” featuring J. Cole and Moneybagg Yo, “Run” featuring Tyga21 Savage, and BIA as well asToxic” which hit in August alongside an incredible performance for COLORSxSTUDIOS. Most recently in the run-up to the album release, he released an in-studio performance for “Alone”“Maniac” ft. Hit-Boy and “I Dance” ft. Duki, Cuco.

I GOT ISSUES is YG’s first studio album since My Life 4Hunnid (October 2020).  The album debuted at the top of the Rap Albums charts and top 5 on the Billboard 200 albums. It spun off five breakout singles including “FTP,” which was released during the height of the Black Lives Matter protests and became a social justice anthem for the movement.

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