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Gino Haze picks up a package for his “Armenian Plug” in a new visual

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Gino Haze’s latest eponymous project, Gino Haze EP, is out everywhere now!

Gino Haze recently released a new visual, “Armenian Plug,” from his latest self-titled EP, Gino Haze EP, a ten-track project that will make you fall in love. From Gino’s grimy and soulful sound, there is something for everybody to enjoy. Gino showcases his versatility and true self on his latest EP, “my true sound is like hoodie music, but I’ll always have a radio single or two.” 

Gino most recently released a visual for his intro track on his EP, Gino Haze, a lyrical masterpiece, speaking on his plug, making money, putting money in his cousin’s commissary, and just having fun and cashing out. Gino drops straight bars. 

The visual opens with Gino hanging with his girl at his place for the night, doing what seems like a quiet night when he gets a call from his “Armenian Plug.” Gino then springs into action and goes on a run, picking up a package and then hitting the liquor store where his  mission is completed. 

The visual and track came into fruition when Gino noticed how cracking Glendale was with the Armenian plugs. 

“The song just came about as I moved through the valley and started seeing they have the weed game on lockout there,” Gino Haze said in a recent interview “I just wanted to pay homage and just come into the album lit.”

And he certainly does just that. Gino delivers an insane run, as he not only tells a linear story but makes the track turnt as hell. From the insane beat and fast cuts and flow, Gino showcases his rapping prowess. 

Gino is gearing up to drop another EP, Since We Been Honest, which will be released sometime this summer. So be sure to tap in with Gino Haze Via Social Media. Follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Tik Tok @GinoHaze, to see when his next project is coming.  

Check out Gino Haze’s latest visual, “Armenian Plug,” below! 

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Rich Amiri has no room for a “Best Friend” in new video from ‘EVOLUTION’ project

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Serving up flex-heavy rhymes with a deep, syrupy voice, Rich Amiri is rap’s Scotty McCreery. Following the release of his Internet Money Records/10K Projects debut project EVOLUTION earlier this month, Rich continues his run, sharing the video for project highlight “Best Friend.” Produced by Internet Money’s Ayosauce and Radiate, the synthy banger finds the Boston riser doing some humble flexing as he reminds the ladies and the haters that they could never get too close to him: “Better not be lackin’, brodie catch you, you get flattened/I beat that h* back in and now she wanna be my best friend/Don’t do textin’, break up with a text, man.” The Keaton Jones-directed video sees Amiri chilling alongside two besties at a photoshoot, making it clear that he always keeps the baddies in rotation.

“Best Friend” is another installment from EVOLUTION, following recent videos for project opener “Mention,” the brewing heater “Salty,” and the energetic “Poppin’” featuring Lil Tecca. Keep your eyes peeled for what Rich Amiri has coming next!

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R&B singer Aqyila says goodbye to the past and “Hello” to her future in new song

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R&B songstress Aqyila (@aqyila) lets listeners know that better things are coming in her latest release “Hello,” out now via Sony Music Canada. In the uplifting new single, the Toronto-based singer reflects on saying good-bye to things that don’t serve her, while saying “Hello” to the greater things in life. Within Aqyila’s mission of re-discovering her old self, she takes listeners along her introspective journey of growth and evolution.

“Falling in love with who I am, I don’t have time for anything that’s going to harm me,” Aqyila sings on the track.

Combined with enlightening rhythms and harmonies, simply put, “Hello” is a song that resonates. The introspective mood of the track reflects on Aqyila growing and evolving as a person, letting go of the past and saying hello to the future – she shares her understanding of why some things in life happen for the better. 

“Hello” showcases the way that Aqyila is unafraid to pronounce her journey of self-love while simultaneously finding her peace of mind. She unapologetically embraces self-discovery, and becomes increasingly passionate about walking away from the past – making it clear that she’s now only welcoming the positive into her life.

“With every song I release, I love to challenge myself to try something new,” Aqyila says of “Hello.” “With every song, I’d like to feel like I’m evolving when I create. I haven’t created something like this before & I’m so glad that just from the quick snippet alone it’s resonating with so many people.”

“Hello” is the perfect soundtrack that inspires and encourages listeners to let go of the past, and say hello to their futures. The new single serves as a sneak peek into what Aqyila has in store as she’s gearing up to release her upcoming debut EP ‘For The Better.’

In the meanwhile, press play on Aqyila’s latest single “Hello.”

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Arkansas rapper Young Quez shares new video single “Run It Up”

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Independent Arkansas rapper Young Quez has just shared his new video single “Run It Up”. On the new celebratory track, Young Quez further expands on his unique sound, flexing his authoritative delivery through his vicious punchlines and aggressive flows. Turning up to “Run It Up” alongside his crew in the new video, Quez relishes in his success – “Back and forth with labels, we got deals on the table / I ain’t pickin’ up my phone, unless it’s mills on the table”, he raps proudly to kick off the new song. “Run It Up” serves as his second release of 2023, following up the hard-hitting “Rockstar” and last year’s monumental collaboration with Chicago rapper G Herbo on “Big Brother”. Through his harrowing vocals, “Run It Up” finds Young Quez honing in on his skills as an emcee and further finding his voice as a lethal spitter. With “Run It Up” and “Rockstar” expanding on his hot year in 2022 thanks to tracks like “Know I Am”“Rounds” and “Big Brother”, Quez’s infectious energy and menacing bars continue to highlight the independent rapper’s skillset.

Young Quez is another addition to the quickly blooming Arkansas hip-hop scene, working to showcase the state’s talents. Only two hours away from the raucous Memphis scene, Quez pulls influence from their double-time flows and emphasis on punchlines to create a sound that is uniquely his. Young Quez has been grinding since 2018, releasing three full-length projects, including 2019’s Money Over Fame, as well as several singles. In 2019, he also dropped his most successful single to date, “No Cap”, amassing nearly 200,000 streams on Spotify. With the releases of “Rockstar” and now “Run It Up” to kick off his 2023, Young Quez is aiming to put his state on the map and simultaneously continue to feed the streets with his signature sound full of street sermons and soulful reflections.

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