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Houston Artist Jimmy Bolt Delivers Electric New Video for “YEX” via Yellowland Records

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H-Town artist Jimmy Bolt delivers the visual to his lively new track “YEX.”  Making a play on the word “sex” Jimmy has fun with his crew while “yexy” women bounce around a yacht and turn out a vacation in the tropics. Featuring “YEX” merchandise throughout, Jimmy Bolt proves why the spotlight is on him as he makes a run for next up in Houston’s competitive rap scene. 

Yex is going crazy – it all started when my friends and I were joking around and started a dictionary of Y words. So like sex, we said change the sex to yex. So we just branded everything, we got the shirts, the hats, the socks and the condoms. I always have some bad females around me so it’s just a vibe. The yock star vibe, the girls, the cars, the money. Yock star lifestyle, might not make it,” he joked.

In the music video Jimmy Bolt lives up to his name as hiselectric personality and non-stop energy fly off the screen. One look at this video and it’s clear this 3rd Coast artist draws energy the music pulsating through his veins.

“For one, I draw energy from life and my passion and love for music itself, so I always try to translate that love to the songs and to the records. Lighting bolts and bolts that’s just that whole vibe, and it’s what fuels me to turn up as an artist,” Jimmy Bolt explained.  “But secondly my family, my pops, they are the ones that fully give me just that energy to keep going. Truthfully that’s why I have that get up and go get it mentality everyday – I stay ready. You never have to get ready if you always stay ready.” 

Originally the visual started off as a behind the scenes vlog, but the episode became so epic during the filming Jimmy decided to turn the footage into an actual video. While the visual looks like it’s all fun and games, at one point during filming things got so crazy Jimmy Bolt had to keep the peace between dueling ladies fighting for camera time. Needless to say viewers are in for a mini royal rumble cat fight that takes this visual to new levels. And, although things got crazy in the tropics, no video vixens were harmed during the filming of this raucous music video.

“A few females had got into a little argument and the one girl just walked up to the other and hit her. I was like, ‘Hell naw’ because they were both bad, but I was like, ‘Yall ladies not gonna be fighting here!’ So I tried to break it up but one of them girls was strong as hell. They broke my Chrome Hearts frames, my glasses, I was pissed, things got crazy!”

Raised in a musical family, Jimmy Bolt is a natural when it comes to creating and visualizing the feel to his music and the industry has taken notice after his collaborations with Lil Keed, SSG Splurge and co-signs from OG Louie the XIII, Rubi Rose, Gunna, Lil Baby, Trippie Redd and more. 

“Music was just something that I was always around and heard. My pops was in music, he was a band instructor, so I always heard all types of music from Jazz to Pop, to Rap to Rock. So I’ve always been around it and had an ear for it. Around four or five years ago I just started doing it, so it went up from there”

Coupled with a physique that includes a crazy workout each day, Jimmy Bolt has the music and look to back his growing fan base that’s spread outward from Houston and to the surrounding areas. 

“We call our fans the Yang – not the gang – but Yang. It’s a whole fan club and the whole lit crowd of people that are always gonna tee-up and wear the merch and just catch the full vibe,” Jimmy Bolt said. “Get ready Yang, this is our year, we gonna drop this crazy shit and show y’all something that you’ve never seen before. Real life yock star ish, on Yod.”

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Stixkz Recently Released His New Visual “Funny Vibes”

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Stixkz’s passion for music goes back much farther than 2018, the official start of his now 2 year-long career as a rapper and R&B artist. His passion for the craft was brewed young, growing up around music and watching his older brothers rap in their garage. Now, he is only continuing to get bigger and better, aiming to grow a global audience and take over the rap game. With the release of his latest visual “Funny Vibes”, it’s clear it won’t be long before he gets there— and we won’t want to miss it. 

When Stixkz isn’t in the studio, he plays basketball, flag football, and paintball in his free time, and is a big fan of being out on the water. But in the studio, he’s all about the work, the hustle, and achieving his goals. He makes it known that it wasn’t always easy. “I ain’t never have shit when I was growing up / We was sleeping on the floors where I came from,” he raps on “Funny Vibes”. The video is ultimately a display of how far he’s come from his humble beginnings, and how much higher he’ll climb with his drive and persistence. Through it all, he honors his community and looks to give back. “If it wasn’t for the community, where would I be? They push me to keep going everyday,” he reflects.

For Stixkz, it’s his vibe, who he is at his core, and that dedication to his work that have gotten him far and that will get him even farther. “Don’t ever stop working no matter what happens,” he advises his fans, speaking on his own values. “The more work you put in, the more they will hear you… Never speak bad on yourself. Always speak things into existence. The word is a powerful thing.”

You can watch Stixkz’s new visual “Funny Vibes” below! Make sure to follow Stixkz on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @Stixkzaab to keep up with him and his latest work. 

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Devon The Chief’s latest release “TBH” offers listeners an authentic look at life from his point-of-view

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Devon The Chief offers a new perspective on his newest song “TBH.” The track, which features Twenty3Wayz, recounts their personal experiences throughout their life’s journey so far that have shaped their perspective. The subject matter of the song covers a plethora of things such as failed romances, betrayal, paranoia and grieving the loss of loved ones. Calling the emotionally vulnerable single his “realest song to date” in a recent interview, Devon shared the main goal for his message in the song was to simply express how he is “numb to the bullsh*t and still tryna heal.”

During Devon’s verse on “TBH” he raps “It’s just me and Twenty3[Wayz] and like twenty-three bitches” and the first half of this line is emphasized in the song’s visual as the two emcees are the only characters audiences are shown throughout the video’s entirety. As they each recite their reflective verses, viewers are taken between scenes of them chilling in their backyard playing dominoes, Devon sitting in contemplation in front of a Catholic Church and both artists flexing their riches by their cars in the middle of the desert. There are also scenes of them being posted up in the hallways of their crib under different hues of blue and green lights that seem to go hand-in-hand with the overall vibes of the song. 

“TBH” is the follow up track coming after Devon’s last release “Myself, Pt. 2.” He has much more in the works such as another collaboration with Lil Bean and plans to put out an entire tape this September. Be sure to follow him @devonthechief for more updates.

Stream “TBH” here

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BLUEBUCKSCLAN FLEX & FLOSS IN NEW “DIFFERENT LEVELS” VIDEO

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Los Angeles rap duo BlueBucksClan unleash a fly new video for their midtempo braggadocious Loyalty-produced track, “Different Levels,” out now via Out The Blue Records. Watch the video HERE. It stands out as yet another anthem from the group’s recent mixtape, Clan Virus 2, which only continues to gain steam.

In true BluckBucksClan fashion, the visual directed by frequent collaborator Tevo Laron, finds the duo turning up in a private plane, flossing a lavish lifestyle and flexing with bulletproof bars. As the video intercuts footage inside and outside of an upscale restaurant, their palpable charisma, and suave pops off the screen. 

Clan Virus 2 has cemented the duo as a West Coast force to be reckoned with. Inciting widespread critical applause from Rolling Stone and more, FLAUNT Magazine exclaimed, “When it comes to who’s running the streets of Los Angeles on the rap tip, look no further than BlueBucksClan,” and XXL observed, BlueBucksClan‘s movement is going strong as their style and sound evolves.” Earmilk christened them “one of the strongest new acts coming out of the city.” To date, Clan Virus 2 has already gathered over 22 million streams and counting, boasting standouts such as “Lil League (feat. Quavo & Hit-Boy).”

Clan Virus 2 hit No. 9 on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums Chart and they themselves hit No. 16 on Rolling Stone’s Breakthrough 25. Pitchfork called them “L.A.’s best duo,” and HipHopDX wrote that the group was the city’s “hottest new talent.” Complex hailed them “Rappers to Watch in 2021” and Billboard included them on their “6 LA Rappers to Watch in 2021” list. 

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