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Fly Boi Rich’s new tune “New Jack City” is immensely powerful

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Fly Boi Rich is one of Detroit’s hidden gems. This rapping mafioso’s punchlines hit hard, his beats even harder. His latest release is “New Jack City,” a tough, street anthem that will make even the most weary become fans. Check it out below.

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@GoldieTheGasman Shares “On God”

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Straight from the streets of Waco, TX, Goldie The Gasman returns with the new hit single “On God.” The trapper turned rapper/CEO delivers a harsh reminder, “Sometimes you gotta remind these niggas!” Gasman raps and then adlibs in agreement with the popular cultural and social media catchphrase “On God.” Anyone who has endured the environment and adversity of the streets and risen to success to provide, make money, and a name for themselves can relate “On God.”

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Jake James Former Finance Major Turned Rapper Releases New Single “Dead Friends”

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Jake James is from Upstate, NY where having a musical career is frowned upon. Jake decided to follow his parents dreams, headed off to college and earned his Finance degree. After he graduated from college and joined the corporate world and he met his now manager who guided him to pursue his musical career. Being from New York, Jake’s idols are Jay Z, Biggie and mentions he has been compared to Jadakiss.

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After Jake’s fans listen to his new single “Dead Friends” they will be able to see a different side to him. He has tied being a finance advisor to his upbringing. One can see Jake working his 9-5 but not to company’s standard which leads him behind bars.

He’s one of the few up and coming artists who’s bringing back video concepts. He wants to make sure his fans are receiving the full image of how he’s bridging the gap between the corporate world and Hip-Hop.

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Dee Watkins Shares “See It In Me”

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Doggedly determined to become Florida’s next breakout rap star, Dee Watkins doesn’t have time for those who can’t recognize his sky-high potential. Coming through with a message meant to convince those non-believers, Dee shares See It In Me,” a new video. Playing into the sentimental qualities of Yung Tago‘s warm, piano-led instrumental, Dee Watkins bares his soul, reflecting on his days as a troublesome school kid, praises the woman who’s been holding him down, and calling his grandma just to make sure she’s ok. Representing a personal evolution from the character depicted in his ferocious past hits, “See It In Me” emphasizes the Macclenny, FL native’s desire to better himself to benefit the ones he loves: “If I tell you that I love you, I’m gonna f*ck with you regardless/And what’s the point of trying if you can’t finish what you started.”

In the video, directed by Herve Mompoint of Daydream Visuals, Dee dons two jerseys–a vintage Julius Irving New York Nets jersey and a brand new Atlanta Falcons jersey emblazoned with the name of former Florida Gator Kyle Pitts–as he rhymes the song into his hotel room mirror. The song touches on serious topics, but the video is anything but somber, as Dee snarls at the camera and brushes his grill. A cut from last year’s Problem Child 2 “See It In Me” is the latest video in the run-up to Problem Child 3, his upcoming mixtape, following clips for Problem Child 3 (Intro)” and Beside Me,” the latter a tribute to Dee’s close friend Ham, who passed away recently.

A rapper since age 10 and an artist since age 15, Dee Watkins caught fire in Florida and beyond with his crisply rhythmic flow and sharp Southern drawl. The 23-year-old artist first caught mainstream attention when he shared a remix to “Act Up” by City Girls, garnering millions of streams across platforms. He proved that he was here to stay with his origin story, Bad Ass Jit,” a slinky rider’s anthem that racked up more than 39 million YouTube videos and inspired Young Dolph to hop on the remix. Dee built momentum in the streets with his Problem Child series of mixtapes, which included regional hits like the Pitchfork-praised Hell Raiser” and “Fake Sh*t” ft. NoCap. On the upcoming Problem Child 3, a return to Dee’s signature mixtape series after the release of Not One Of Them, earlier this year, Dee reckons with his irresponsible past, seeking ways to better himself without forgetting the hard lessons he learned on the streets.

Building off the momentum of two quality singles and an electrifying performance at Rolling Loud MiamiProblem Child 3 arrives this fall via Alamo Records.

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