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Here’s What You Should Be Listening To Today



Some hot stuff that you won't want to miss today is inside.

Some heavy-hitters have dropped new music this week, from Kash Doll to Tee Grizzley, even ShredGang Mone. A commonality between the aformentioned artists is their knack for creating timeless music. With that being said, you should check out their new stuff while its hot to get ahead of everyone else. We’ve got five scorching hot songs for you to check out this Thursday if you’re really into being up on the latest and greatest. Check out our picks below.

“My City” by Young Ra feat. ShredGang Mone, Cash Kidd & Bandgang Biggs

This fiery trap banger features a littany of quality verses from some serious Detroit muscle. Cash Kidd, as always, brings a haphazardly slung verse, brilliantly dancing between the intersections of the downbeat and backend production ambiance. The visual is cool and all, but the real heart and soul of the experience comes from the collective energy on display in the track itself.


“Don’t Even Trip” by Tee Grizzley feat. MoneyBagg Yo

Two up-and-coming rappers; one from Detroit, the other from Memphis. Bring their styles together for a track and you get something special. Tee Grizzley’s new release is an ominously dark sermon that’s vivaceous at the same time. His verse is glass-shattering, MoneyBagg Yo’s equally as destructive. Yo’s guttural growl, in particular, is striking in accordance with the piano-centric production that relies on a particular riff to induce stomach-clenching dread.


“Dysfunctional Family” by RiskTaker D-Boy

RiskTaker D-Boy looks to make 2018 his bitch. “If You My N*gga” put him on the map, now he’s gotten even more personal on his follow-up “Dysfunctional Family.” The somber ode to family drama is a touching sermon that showcases his next-to-none flow and overbearing, maestro-like aesthetic. It’ll put you in the feels for sure.


“Swiper No Swiping” by Bighomie Tru feat. Payroll Giovanni

PAYROLL! There’s no one in the game period right now with a track record like Payroll Giovanni. His verses are akin to business advice from business expert Gary Vaynerchuck – whatever he says, it makes you want to get shit done. Immediately. He blesses Bighomie Tru in the trap hit “Swiper No Swiping” and you’ll want to hear what both artists have to say. The track is a surefire hit that will only add another tally mark to Payroll’s already lengthy string of hits.


“10 Cars” by Johnnie Cage feat. Cosofamous

There’s no major names attached to this, no reason to check it out besides the fact that it slaps. It’s mixed excellently, the production is immersive, and the verses are tight, compact, and larger-than-life. In short, this has everything it takes to be a viral hit. When it inevitably does, remember that you saw it over on 4ShoMag first.


From the Karaoke Machine To Center Stage, DC Rapper Nell Burna Is Heating Up The Rap Game With His New Single ‘Quarter Mill’



Having opened up for well known artists such as 2Chainz and Trina, Nell Burna has been promoting good vibes through music since he stepped in the studio for the first time at twelve years old. 

The DC native’s music infuses the DC ‘go go’ style with the natural rap flow that he describes as being versatile, ranging from a trap music flow similar to artists like 2Chainz to a softer flow similar to that of Certified Loverboy, Drake. A multifaceted artist, Nell Burna writes his own music, and has tried his hands in the areas of producing and engineering. His catalog includes projects he has written specifically for the ladies such as his twerk song, ‘Lil Freak’

Currently an independent artist, Nell Burna released his first EP entitled ‘Unleashed’ in 2015. Today, he is working on releasing singles that inspire others to believe in themselves. 

As he continues to work toward achieving his full goals, Nell Burna is focused on the hustle right now, making new music and promoting it on social media and streaming platforms. He recently collaborated with his DC neighbor, Xanman from Maryland, on a single called, ‘On the Low and hopes to link up with ASAP Ferg in the near future for a collaboration. 

Even while experiencing the highs and lows of the music industry, Nell Burner says he “could never run away from music.” He would advise rising artists to “just believe in yourself even if others don’t.”

Be on the lookout from new music and visuals from the DC artist. Nell Burna’s music is available on all streaming platforms. 

Follow him on IG @nellburna1

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Yvng Sammie EP “The Life of a Virgo” Coming Soon



From staying up late to write song lyrics during childhood to impressing the social media scene showcasing his dance moves on “vine,” Yvng Sammie has always been destined for stardom. Overcoming the tragedy of losing both parents, the Toronto artist grew from entertaining family members with his rendition of popular dance routines in the living room to showcasing his talents for a larger audience as a rising artist. 

Yvng Sammie first hit the scene when he went viral for his rendition of the Harlem Shake which he performed to Bow Wow’s hit song ‘Bounce with me Though he currently states that he is inspired by artists such as Young Thug, Da Baby, and Don Tolliver, his music remains true to his natural talent for dancing, giving off what the Toronto artist describes as “fun dance vibes.” 

There is no question about Yvng Sammie’s talents. He is a singer, dancer, writer, and entertainer. In addition to those named talents, the independent artist is a former drama student with formal theatre training who hopes to take his talents to the big screen one day.

Currently, Yvng Sammie is focused on promoting his new EP and is excited about upcoming collaborations with Melodic. Living out his passion for performing and entertaining, the Toronto artist wants his audience to start dancing whenever his music is being played. These dance-provoking sounds can be heard on his Youtube channel  

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Atlanta Artist DavidTheTragic Unleashes New Visual Titled “ALLERGY”



DavidTheTragic has proven himself to be one of the most diligent and original stylists in Atlanta ever since he broke through the underground in early 2019. Since then, he has released three tapes, “Fit In,” “Bender,” and “How It Feel,” which all act as evidence for his improving and expanding abilities as an emcee. David manages to stand out in the hip-hop mecca by being a keen expressionist who uses articulate lyricism and gruff flows to paint lofty portraits of his psyche. He resides in a similar introspective lane as Kenny Mason, Ovrcast, Jelani Imani, and Mavi. His newest single + video, “ALLERGY,” is yet another testament to DavidTheTragic’s originality and masterful rapping ability. It’s clear that no one else sounds like him or flows like him right now. The video, directed by Brendan Mcgregor, matches the aesthetic of David’s recent videos for singles “Money First” and “Lori.” It shifts from scenes of intense color correction to David on a roof or in an alley shaking his dreads and talking his shit. The track is a two and a half minute frenzy of clever bars: “I was on a year long bender / These n***as my son like Simba / She like when I hit from the fender…Underground like Master Splinter…Egotistical I suppose / I just move with the highs and lows…I ain’t hatin’ on a n***a that look like me / Please hit me with zeros I ain’t doin’ no shit for clout or IG.” It sounds as if David hopped in the booth then splatter painted the beat with everything that was on his mind at the time. 

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