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FUTURE RELEASES MEGA-ANTICIPATED NINTH FULL-LENGTH ALBUM I NEVER LIKED YOU

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Recently christened “the best rapper alive” by GQFuture proudly presents his anxiously awaited ninth full-length and the most anticipated album of 2022, I Never Liked You, today. Listen to I Never Liked You HERE via Freebandz/Epic Records.

To celebrate the arrival of the record, The GRAMMY® Award-winning, diamond-certified icon just uncovered the event-level music video for “Keep It Burnin” [feat. Kanye West]. Watch the music video HERE. Bound to set the internet on fire, the cinematic clip continues a tradition of blockbuster visuals for Future whose total career YouTube views have exceeded 8 billion and counting.

The album stands out as Future’s first body of work since 2020’s platinum-selling High Off Life, which emerged as his sixth consecutive #1 debut on the Billboard Top 200. He stacks I Never Liked You with powerhouse anthems. The single “Wait For U” [feat. Drake Tems] showcases the emotional side of Future, and is an instantly quotable anthem, while he also links with Drake yet again for “I’m On One. He continues showcasing his most emotional and honest songwriting yet with the crooning solo cut “Love U Better,” while Atlanta stands up with the raucous and raw “For A Nut” [feat. Young Thug & Gunna], and “Voodoo” [feat. Kodak Black] conjures an unbreakable spell of its own. The album concludes with “Back to the Basics, marking a full circle moment for the hip hop titan. These sixteen tracks seal the record’s status as the biggest and boldest release of the year.

Last week, GQ revealed Future as the cover of their May 2022 issue in a massive and insightful feature. Penned by Elliott Wilson, it marks his first cover issue of the publication. Calling I Never Liked You reignited, unstoppable,” the profile makes its case for one undisputable fact: “His impact can’t be denied. Especially not after eight solo albums, 19 solo mixtapes, one collaborative album, four collaborative mixtapes, two EPs, and one soundtrack (for 2018’s Superfly). Worldwide, he’s been streamed over 30 billion times and has, in the process, inspired an entire generation of rappers. Few artists are as prolific. When you survey the hip-hop landscape, no other artist has been as consistently excellent, or as influential, for as long as he has. He invented his own sound, which has since become the dominant style in rap. He has delivered hit after hit after hit. And he’s done it all on his own terms. I’ll say it again: Future is the best rapper alive.” For the cover of his new album and additional promotional materials, Future chose images from his recent GQ cover shoot. Photo credit: Gregory Harris for GQ.

Next up, he will headline Rolling Loud Miami at Hard Rock Stadium on July 23 this summer.

The king has returned…

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Heir Jordan Releases ‘Cocaine Circus Deluxe Edition’ EP

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Heir Jordan is a profound lyricist from the tri-state who implores pristine music that stems from real life experiences. The single we liked the most is “Out Of Town.” One word to describe it is fire!

It’s a good representation of the whole project and should set Heir Jordan to be in a good position overall going forward musically. The New Jersey product has a interesting background.

From the Silk City aka Paterson, NJ, Heir Jordan aka D. Jordan Wash is a Thirty-year-old Hip-Hop phenom. The rapper elicits a depth of skill well beyond what is expected of any age. After years of crafting his skill with Open Mics, Mixtape features “Heir Jordan” released his first album called Makeup>Sex released under Bleuprint. The album was a success for the unknown rapper because he fused great audio with stunning visuals in the film adaptation of the album.

Initially, the film was his way of breaking through the noise of the 60K songs released per day, But it has since become his calling card. Both received great praise and attention from his hometown and the surrounding cities.

With a creative mind and a good heart in his body Heir Jordan makes music for the everybody to relate to.

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SAUCY SANTANA DROPS NEW SINGLE “BOP BOP”

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Rapper and hitmaker Saucy Santana shares his new single, “Bop Bop,” out now via RCA Records.

The latest in his run of hits this year, including the summer anthem “Booty” featuring Latto and the playful “I’m Too Much,” “Bop Bop” is a lively, bass-heavy romp that carries Santana’s signature style, fun and quotable flows, and instantly iconic choruses.

2022 has marked a banner year for Saucy Santana, who served as support on tours for Latto and Lizzo, as well as collaborating with Madonna for a special remix of “Material Girl,” which they performed during Pride Month in NYC. With breakout performances at the MTV VMAs Pre-ShowBET Awards Pre-Show, and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this year, Santana also graced the covers of Teen Vogue, PAPERand V Magazine, in addition to being selected as XXL 2022 Freshman Class member, as well as earning spots on Forbes’ 30 Under 30, the Out 100 list and Ebony’s Power 100 list.

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YSL’S YOUNGEST SIGNEE AND DMV-NATIVE YUNG KAYO DROPS EP “NINETEEN”!

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DC rapper Yung Kayo releases his EP Nineteen, on his 19th birthday. Nineteen captures the ever-evolving sound of Yung Kayo as he enters a new era, the youngest Young Stoner Life label member’s final teenage year. The 7-song record shows Kayo gliding through smooth melodies and hard-hitting beats. Starting off with the introductory “Song”, Yung Kayo crafts the story of a teenager navigating his desire for creativity and escapism
Encompassing tracks that blend his signature rap-yelling sound with hyperpop beats that come just close enough to take over the song, but never quite outweigh Kayo’s lyrical prowess, Kayo showcases the versatility of his vocal strength and songwriting skills throughout the EP. With a guest appearance from the late Lil Keed, Yung Kayo’s collaborator and close friend, “I Wouldn’t” quickly presents itself as a standout track. Followed by “Bloom”, one of the artists longest tracks clocking in at just over 4 minutes, and outro “Closer”, the project wrap up on an introspective tone.
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