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Devon The Chief’s latest release “TBH” offers listeners an authentic look at life from his point-of-view

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Devon The Chief offers a new perspective on his newest song “TBH.” The track, which features Twenty3Wayz, recounts their personal experiences throughout their life’s journey so far that have shaped their perspective. The subject matter of the song covers a plethora of things such as failed romances, betrayal, paranoia and grieving the loss of loved ones. Calling the emotionally vulnerable single his “realest song to date” in a recent interview, Devon shared the main goal for his message in the song was to simply express how he is “numb to the bullsh*t and still tryna heal.”

During Devon’s verse on “TBH” he raps “It’s just me and Twenty3[Wayz] and like twenty-three bitches” and the first half of this line is emphasized in the song’s visual as the two emcees are the only characters audiences are shown throughout the video’s entirety. As they each recite their reflective verses, viewers are taken between scenes of them chilling in their backyard playing dominoes, Devon sitting in contemplation in front of a Catholic Church and both artists flexing their riches by their cars in the middle of the desert. There are also scenes of them being posted up in the hallways of their crib under different hues of blue and green lights that seem to go hand-in-hand with the overall vibes of the song. 

“TBH” is the follow up track coming after Devon’s last release “Myself, Pt. 2.” He has much more in the works such as another collaboration with Lil Bean and plans to put out an entire tape this September. Be sure to follow him @devonthechief for more updates.

Stream “TBH” here

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South London’s rising rapper, Twyce drops expressive freestyle titled “Attention”

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Hailing from South London, at the age of 21 –  rising rapper Twyce is on a mission to leave a firm imprint on the rap scene. Following up on the release of his debut single “Grinding” with an expressive work of art titled “Attention” (Freestyle).

Emerging with warm strings, his solid vocals glide between a galaxy of impressionistic compositions. With deftly executed production, courtesy of TK & Fred Irie the track provides a solid foundation for Twyce’s emotive lyricism to dominate the soundscape in a smooth and emotive fashion. 

The Nigerian-born artist always knew his place in the music industry from the age of 11, with only a laptop and a burning desire to succeed. He’s always known “His name is Twyce, but he comes first,” as evident by his first appearance on CORD Socials. There he impressed judges D Double E, Mimi The Music Blogger and Alex Basz by fusing energetic House instrumentals with the complex, gritty lyricism of Chicago Drill. Using an unconventional sound and putting his talents on display, he was named the winner of the CORD Socials 2022 ‘UP NEXT’ competition.

With 200K+ streams on his debut single “Grinding”, indisputable talent and a relentless drive to be recognised as one of the greats, “Attention” (Freestyle) is set to mark a pivotal moment in Twyce’s path to success. Though in the early stages of his career, Twyce has plenty in store for 2023 so it won’t be long before his presence grabs your attention.

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Funkghost & Brainorchestra Release “A.M.P.” 

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Tampa, Florida multi talented artist and producer Funkghost releases his official music video for his brand new single entitled “A.M.P.” featuring New Jersey MC Brainorchestra. The music visual was directed by Steven Quach for Aeri Productions. “A.M.P”, Always Making Power Moves, is off Funkghost’s forthcoming album “Life Is How You Paint It”. Go stream “A.M.P” on all streaming platforms right now. 

Twitter: @Funkghost (https://twitter.com/Funkghost@_brainorchestra (https://twitter.com/_brainorchestra)

IG: https://www.instagram.com/funkghost/

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Dee Havior Drops “Free”

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 Detroit Hip Hop artist Dee Havior releases visuals to his pivotal single “Free.” This comes during a crucial time in Hip Hop and the world as a whole. A backdrop driven by drums and striking bass looped with soulful melodies heightens Dee Havior’s lyrical testament.
The intro gives off revolutionary vibes while Dee Havior overlooks his city with distress, but also with hope. His potent rhymes and storytelling depicts the desire and needs to be free. He’s striving towards opportunities and unity within the communities. Dee Havior also embodies what being free looks like from his childhood memories through adulthood.

Twitter: @DeeHavior (https://twitter.com/DeeHavior)

IG: @DeeHavior 

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