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Gaddy is playboy supreme on “Bestfriend”

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Have you ever thought about just how hard it is to find good rap that caters to the guys and ladies? Gaddy’s here to make it a bit easier for you in “Bestfriend.” His new track has a brutal beat and talks a bit about relationships for those in them looking for ways out.

Watch the video for “Bestfriend” below.

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@PGFShawt & Charleston White Share “Statistics”

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PGF Shawt brings facts and “Statistics” to the rap game with this hit single featuring Texas native and controversial public figure Charleston White. Produced by Slatt Dinero. Filmed and directed by Dre Cannonz.

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Rising global star Jada Kingdom makes her label debut with “Jungle”

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After amassing millions of streams, a series of A-list collaborations, and earning widespread acclaim from The FADERRolling Stone, and more, Jamaican-born singer and songwriter Jada Kingdom unveils a brand new single and music video entitled “Jungle” today. It notably marks the first release under her newly minted deal with Money Well Spent/Republic Records.

Listen to “Jungle”HERE.

Watch “Jungle”—HERE.

The track strikes a sweet spot between reggae and dancehall spiked with a touch of American drill while the lyrics reveal the depths of Jada’s songwriting. Rowdy horns pipe up as she dips in and out of confessional verses inflected by island flavor. The accompanying visual-only just begins to tell her story as it showcases her eye-popping style and raw energy.  

About the release, Jada shared, “”Jungle” is an up-close and personal look into what growing up in Jamaica was for me. Most of the things I speak about in the song lyrics and that you see in the video are actually real-life situations that I’ve seen and or been a victim of.”

The song sets the stage for much more music to come from Jada Kingdom

For now, allow her to welcome you to the “Jungle.

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T-Rell Pops Up On “Fake Smiles”

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Hailing from Topeka, Kansas, T-Rell has built a faithful fanbase and racked up millions of views with emotional storytelling and soul-baring honesty. Diving into the painful subject of infidelity, T-Rell shares “Fake Smiles,” his new video. T-Rell sings his heart out in his signature style, blending rhythmic rap with resonant R&B as he tries to smile through the pain of his deteriorating relationship: “I be givin’ fake smiles cause I don’t wanna lose you / I gotta hide my pain / Inside I’m breaking down cause this hurt is on my mind.” 

In the video, Rell tells a story of a toxic relationship, filled with adultery and deceit, provoking him to mask his real feelings around his partner. After walking in on his partner cheating on him, T-Rell retreats to his car for a moment of privacy where he can let it all out. Vulnerable and compassionate, “Fake Smiles” is the seventh track off of 2 Big 2 Ignore, Rell’s latest album, which peaked at #1 on the iTunes sales chart upon release this past September.

Doing double duty as a treat for loyal listeners and a solid entry point for new listeners, 2 Big 2 Ignore supplements the emotional anthems for which he’s known with hard-nosed street tales and bangers for the club, like the recent single “Slide” ft. Fredo Bang. With his new album, T-Rell takes aim at those who doubted him, delivering a 16-track opus that loudly announces his status as a force to be reckoned with in the midwest and beyond. Though it doesn’t shy away from the pain music that T-Rell made his name on, as it pays tribute to Rell’s late friends like his manager 8-Ball and his close friend Mo3, the album leaves plenty of room for pleasure as well. Featuring appearances from Jackboy on the recent video  “Fly Away,”Young DroBigga Rankin, and more, 2 Big 2 Ignore is available everywhere via TRM / Winners Only / EMPIRE.

Determined to become a successful artist since he was a kid, T-Rell grew up loving rap and R&B, idolizing artists as disparate as Tyrese, Jamie Foxx, and Lil Boosie. His life changed forever after a catastrophic car accident that claimed the life of his brother and manager 8-Ball, an incident which inspired him to release My Dawg,” a massive regional hit and trickled into the national consciousness, eventually spawning a remix with Boosie and becoming part of the standard repertoire at memorial services. Five years later, T-Rell hasn’t slowed down one bit. He released the album Rell Play earlier in 2021, and it quickly climbed to #1 on the iTunes R&B/Soul chart, #6 on the iTunes All Genres chart, and #69 on the Apple Music charts. T-Rell told his story his own way in “2 Big 2 Ignore,” a new mini-documentary that explores the artist’s unlikely rise and his history of altruism in his city and beyond.

Watch “Fake Smiles” here below!

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