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IDK Ro drops “Perricoco”

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IDK Ro is a Las Vegas artist from Paramount, CA, where he picked up how to Speak Spanish. It has informed his genius of a lyrical style, utilizing several entendres, pop culture references, and other bouncy and rhythmic tones. His new release, “Perricoco,” shows off this mastery. From the Deadpool 3 feel at the beginning of the visual to an ending seemingly inspired by Quentin Tarantino, “Perricoco” is one hell of an entertaining experience.

Check out “Perricoco” below.

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Rob49 and DaBaby Join Forces for Heavy-Hitting Record, “Hate It Or Love It”

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Emerging New Orleans star Rob49 linked up with multi-platinum recording artist DaBaby for the defiant new single “Hate It Or Love It” via Rebel Music/Geffen Records. The latest release from Rob’s forthcoming 4God II EP, “Hate It Or Love It” is full of the sort of relentless energy that Rob49 has become known for, a mission statement that sounds impossible to deny. The coinciding video is one of the first directorial debuts by DaBaby as well. WATCH VIDEO HERE

Though “Hate It Or Love It” marks their first collaboration, Rob and DaBaby make for a natural pair, each MC are a master of navigating beats in a way that maintains his uniquely muscular presence. Over a hypnotic, piano-led instrumental, Rob and his Charlotte-bred partner trade verses about staying steadfast in the face of adversity, backstabbers in their own circles, and enemies of all stripes.

Hate It Or Love It” arrives in the wake of the Peezy-assisted “Let Me Know,” which was released earlier this month, “Ball N Chill,” and “4God II,” all of which are set to appear on Rob’s forthcoming EP. Those tracks were preceded by the G Herbo-assisted “Add It Up,” and “Product of the Trenches,” two pummeling singles that emanate confidence and danger. Additionally, Rob recently toured with Nardo Wick, expanding his fanbase with each stop. This past fall, he also performed in the halftime show at a Pelicans game in his native New Orleans.

In just a short time, Rob has been embraced by some of hip-hop’s heavy hitters: 2022 album Welcome to Vulture Island features collaborations with Icewear Vezzo, Babyface Ray, Doe Boy, Landstrip Chip, and Lil Baby—to say nothing of the project being introduced by legendary Cash Money Records founder Birdman. His single “Vulture Island V2” with Lil Baby amassed more than 20 million views on YouTube alone.

With “Hate It Or Love It,” Rob makes it clear that he’s on the precipice of something even bigger.

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NAZZY THE MIC f. BLACK60K Drops “HOW YOU FEEL, PT. 2”

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18-year-old rapper Nazzy The Mic presents the Banga Jaxon-directed music video for “How You Feel, Pt. 2”, the new single featuring Black60K from Nazzy’s new album Eighteen, which also features a guest appearance from Yung.King.Cole as well as production from 3GLI and WNZ. Born Norelle Hampton, Nazzy has been rapping since the age of 6, hitting the studio since the age of 12, and released her first EP at the age of 16. Nazzy mines her real life as a Gay and Muslim teen and product of inner-city Philadelphia, painting a visceral image as a prolific storyteller. Growing up she’s witnessed violence and experienced trauma, love and loss, conflicts between her religion and her sexuality. She turns the booth into a therapy session to communicate her problems, feelings, and thoughts on the mic. Nazzy has been featured in popular music publications such as Elevator Mag, Wordplay, Notion, and many more. The “How You Feel” video comes on the heels of visuals for “Hopeless, Pt. 2” (Youtube). 

Eighteen is out now on Firebrand Entertainment.

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Watch Young Dolph’s Video for “Love For The Streets” From ‘Paper Route Frank’

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Young Dolph built his empire from the ground up, in the streets of Memphis that he called home. Today, the label he built, Paper Route Empire, shares the new video for “Love For The Streets,” the opening song from his posthumous album Paper Route Frank

The video for “Love For The Streets” opens with an audio clip of Dolph explaining that he wrapped his fleet of luxury cars in the same, signature camouflage wrap, not for the love of the cars themselves, but to be different: “I’m doing stuff that can’t nobody do, and that’s the hardest thing to do, is stand out.” As the clip fades into the track’s introduction, the camouflaged convoy takes to the streets of Memphis, passing local landmarks like the memorialized Adolph “Young Dolph” Thornton, Jr. Avenue and the Dolph Land memorial mural in Castalia, with old footage of Dolph interspersed as though he never left. At the video’s closing, Dolph is seen toasting his Paper Route Empire family as he lays out his plans to keep the empire growing, saying, “I love all y’all. This sh*t living forever.”

The video for “Love For The Streets” arrives as Paper Route Empire continues to work harder than ever to honor Dolph’s legacy and continue to fulfill his vision. Last month, Key Glock shared his new album Glockoma 2, before embarking on SiriusXM’s Hip-Hop Nation Presents: Key Glock – Glockoma Tour, where he honors his mentor every night with a performance of “100 Shots.” Tickets for SiriusXM’s Hip-Hop Nation Presents: Key Glock – Glockoma Tour are available now at keyglock.com. Fans of Dolph and Glock can pay tribute to Dolph at the traveling Dolphland museum, which has made stops in New York, Dallas, Los Angeles, Denver, San Antonio, Chicago, and Washington, DC, with upcoming dates in Atlanta and Memphis to be announced soon.

Released in December, Paper Route Frank drips with the same commanding charisma and booming Tennessee bass that defines Dolph’s impeccable catalog. Featuring appearances by Gucci Mane2 Chainz, PRE’s own Key Glock, Big Moochie Grape, and SNUPE BANDZPaper Route Frank is available everywhere via Paper Route Empire.

Stay tuned for much more from Young Dolph’s Paper Route Empire in the near future!

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