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Guapo pays homage to an NBA elite on “Luka Doncic”

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In what might be the first homage to the Rookie Of The Year in rap music, Guapo makes an autotune-led jam about Luka Doncic that hits harder than you’d expect. It’s catchy and its melodies keep you invested throughout its run time. We should get Luka Doncic to hear this. There’s no doubt in my mind that he would be a huge supporter.

Watch the video for “Luka Doncic” below.

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Chavo is a Smooth Operator in “Call On Me” Video

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With his buttery flows and cucumber-cool demeanor, Chavo is leading the charge for Pi’erre Bourne’s SossHouse label. Proving why he’s more ready for action than a minuteman, Chavo shares his new Pi’erre Bourne-produced video single, “Call On Me.” Latching onto Pi’erre’s sunny organ melodies and skittering synth with his lullaby-like flow, the track finds Chavo at his most unbothered, keeping himself occupied while he waits for the one he wants to make his hotline bling: “I stop and get gas at 3 in the morning, I need some petro/Not filling my car, I’m filling my lungs, we blowing the best smoke.”

The Marko Visuals-directed video follows Chavo and his associates as they man the phones at an auto repair company, when Chavo receives a call from his lady friend whose car broke down. Appearing out of thin air to save the day, Chavo shows his associates that all it takes is a little finesse to come up big. “Call On Me” arrives on the heels of February’s A$AP Ant & GT-featuring “Wasabi,” as Chavo’s second Pi’erre Bourne-produced single of 2023.

A key member of Pi’erre’s SossHouse label, Chavo’s rap ambitions date back to his early childhood, when he landed a deal with Interscope at the age of nine under the name Ray Ray, as part of a trio with his cousin James and Baby Bun, Big Pun’s son. Around 2014, Chavo was introduced to Pi’erre through his cousin, YSL artist Strick, planting the seeds for his recruitment as one of the first SossHouse signees years later. Chavo earned internet attention when he released his hit “Michigan” in 2021, generating over 31k TikTok creations and millions of streams across platforms. Later that year, Chavo teamed with Pi’erre Bourne for his acclaimed mixtape, Chavo’s World 2.

Stay tuned for much more music from Chavo, including his anticipated project Chavo’s World 3, and SossHouse as 2023 rolls on!

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Rico Cash Drops New Video “Invisible”

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Atlanta native burgeoning rap star, Rico Cash, keeps up motion with his new video “Invisible” – the visual captures all the things that matter to the rapper – including his friends, business team, family, and heartfelt moments from his baby shower with Lira Galore. The video was shot in Atlanta, GA – and the track was produced by Melz Eardrummerz.

Rico Cash is determined to pave his own lane while staying true to his Westside Atlanta roots and remaining passionate about unapologetically telling his story through his music. He’s been seen on The Shade Room, Hollywood Unlocked, Lyrical Lemonade, BET, Revolt, Apple Music’s Ebro Discovered, and more.

Take a look at “Invisible” below.

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NYC staple and “sample drill” originator Cash Cobain shares new EP ‘Slizzy Day’

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Cash Cobain, the multi-hyphenate NYC rapper & producer extraordinaire known for originating “sample drill” has just released his new EP, Slizzy Day including features from Lil YachtyTaTa, & Vonte*. Cash is fresh off of a monumental year in 2022, having released his critically acclaimed mixtape 2 SLIZZY 2 SEXY which received ‘Best of the Year’ nods from The New York TimesPitchforkThe FADER, and UPROXX as well as co-signs from Frank Ocean who used his song “JHOLIDAY” in a Homer Ad and Drake who featured his music on OVO Sound RadioCash Cobain was also the subject of a high-profile feature in New York Magazine following the explosion in popularity of Drill music in NYC, and more specifically “Sample Drill”—a subgenre which Cash pioneered in the summer of 2021 by producing hit songs like “My Everything” by B-Lovee, a flip of the classic Mary J. Blidge record. The success of the song burst open the doors for Bronx drill to flourish––even inspiring Cardi B to revisit her Bronx roots and participate in the trend on Kay Flock‘s “Shake It”. Out now, Slizzy Day expands on Cash’s signature style across six new tracks complete with R-rated flirtations, breezy charisma and ethereal, sample-heavy production.

On the Slizzy Day EP, Cash is effectively expanding on his artistry by stretching the boundaries and blending a curated array of genres and sounds into one that is uniquely his own. The celebratory release coincides with Cash’s birthday and serves as a gift for his fans. As he raps over a range of beats with masterful samples ranging from Aaliyah to Miguel, the new EP is a charming listen through the lively mind of Cash Cobain. On “No More Bodies”, Cash is joined by Lil Yachty as the duo executes a slow-rolling track full of lively charisma over a sample of a recent Afropop smash hit. By sampling SWV’s classic song “Weak” on his new track of the same name, Cash blends his old school R&B influences with his interest in modern-day drill music by pitching up the vocals and placing them over top of a stuttering drum pattern and snaps. Although the production across Slizzy Day often features recognizable samples and heavy bass, Cash always showcases his finesse as an emcee by carving out his own pockets to flex his charm and enthralling flows. Serving as a testament to how far Cash has carried his sound in the Hip-Hop world, Slizzy Day boasts features from the likes of Lil YachtyTaTa and Vonte*. After curating the sounds of NYC with his iconic production techniques and breaking out as an exemplary rapper in his own right, Cash Cobain is adding to his uncompromising momentum with the release of Slizzy Day—out now.

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