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Jaiswan and Snap Dogg pack the heat with “Net Spend”

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Jaiswan’s “Net Spend” is the hardest thing you’ll hear all week. That’s not even taking into account Snap Dogg’s thrilling contribution, one that elevates an already hard song to the next level. There’s a near limitless amount of punchlines packed in a three-minute package that range from noteworthy to downright jaw-dropping. Props to two Detroit heavyweights coming together and breaking off a piece of the city’s grittiness for the world to consume.

Watch the video for “Net Spend” below.

 

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Don Q Shares “Slander”

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Since returning to music after a three-year hiatus, BX’s own Don Q has yet to show any signs of slowing down. In just the past two months, the Highbridge the Label rapper has blessed listeners with the release of his latest solo project, Double Or Nothing, as well as five music videos, including “Slander,” which receives new visuals today. On the track, Don shows why he considers his misguided opposition as little more than a novelty while he focuses on maintaining his New York rap throne.

The Tony Picaso-directed video shows Don Q shooting dice in a high-stakes craps game, stating plainly that the riskiest bet is talking down on the Don in this rap game. Keeping one eye on security camera feeds and another on the money laid across the table, the Bronx baller raps, “I ain’t used to the slander/He try to break in, I go for the tool and the hammer/They ask me, ‘Don, why you move to Atlanta?/You got to come back and influence the scammers.’”

The Bronx-born-and-raised Don Q grew up idolizing NYC’s rawest rhymers like Jadakiss, Cassidy, Fabolous and Jay-Z, and he modeled his style after their hard-nosed, lyrical approaches. After cutting his teeth in the battle rap scene, he made waves in the streets with his mixtapes, eventually landing him a deal with Highbridge The Label in 2016. After teaming with fellow Highbridge rapper, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, on the popular Highbridge: The Takeover mixtape, the pair’s careers took off overnight, as Don Q caught the attention of a national audience with his highly-regarded Funk Flex freestyle. With mixtapes like 2017’s Corner Stories and 2018’s Don Talk, he would continue to cement his status in the New York scene.

In recent years, Don Q blessed the streets with more high-profile collaborations, such as “Flood My Wrist,” featuring Lil Uzi Vert and A Boogie, which has racked up over 42 million Spotify streams to date, and “Legends” featuring Buffalo-native Benny The Butcher. In 2021, Don reminded his fans that his freestyle game is as strong as ever with recent appearances on Funk Flex, as well as Charlie Sloth’s Fire In The Booth. With the release of Double Or Nothing, Don Q put the rap game, in NYC and beyond, on notice that he’s leveled up in major fashion. Where he takes it from here, however, is up to the Don.

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Jon-Z F/ Wiz Khalifa & Snoop Dogg Rock Out On “Si Me Gano Un Grammy”

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Rap sensation Jon-Z re-released “Si Me Gano Un Grammy” on the day of the Latin Grammy Awards, featuring living legends Snoop Dogg and multi-platinum selling, Grammy and Golden Globe-nominated recording artist Wiz Khalifa“Si Me Gano Un Grammy ” opens a new slate in the urban genre with a track fused with a west coast beat and catchy lyrics that speak to hip-hop lovers in Latin America, the U.S.A., and across the globe.  

The collaboration between the artists originated during the Covid-19 lockdown; Jon-Z and Wiz Khalifa performed an Instagram Live session together, which fueled the inspiration for the remaking of Jon-Z’s original track, “Si Me Gano Un Grammy.” The original single was released in November of 2019. It garnered over 163 million views on YouTube, 43 million streams on Spotify, and was featured on multiple top digital service provider (DSP) playlists.  

Chosen Few Emerald Entertainment continues to make history fusing American Hip-Hop and the Urban Latin genres. Manuel Alejandro Ruiz, also known as Boy Wonder “Chosen Few” produced the collaboration, delivering yet another milestone contributing to this new era of Latin Urban music while adding to the evolution of the hip-hop genre and culture.

Lastly, check out “SI ME GANO Un GRAMMY”  in visual form below!

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@TheRealAtak1 Shares The “Pull Kard”

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West Denver native ATAK returns this week with “Pull Kard,” the latest visual release from his Tha View album. Directed by Clearview Films.

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