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Kashhh, Yovng, Young Murl, Pai’j are fast and deadly on “Can’t Knock The Hustle”

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Kashhh, Yovng, Young Murl, Pai’j have a hell of a posse cut with “Can’t Knock The Hustle.” All the rappers are products of the street that can morph what they do into haunting stories with as few words as possible, so when they connect for this, we see different and distinct worlds open up. With a fast beat behind this, the experience is just amplified.

Watch the video for “Can’t Knock The Hustle” below.

Kashhh, Yovng, Young Murl, Pai’j are fast and deadly on “Can’t Knock The Hustle”

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Lil Tati & CJ Bring Dreams to Life Behind Suicide Doors

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Closing out 2021 with the release of his 10-track debut, NiNET33N, Miami up-and-comer Lil Tati is showing no signs of slowing in the new year. Seated comfortably between his Rolls-Royce suicide doors on the road to bigger things, Lil Tati returns to reflect on the winding path of obstacles overcome in his rearview mirror with new visuals for “Came Up.” Featuring an appearance from “Whoopty” hitmaker, CJ, the track is a standout from the CFMB Records signee’s debut effort which sees Tati floating like a feather over a filmy, drill-infused instrumental.

The Jolo-directed visuals shows Tati soaking in the spoils of his stellar breakout year in the back of a Rolls-Royce, atop a leather-clad throne and with ten toes down, flanked by a flock of lovely ladies each step of the way. Despite the two artists’ shared Puerto Rican heritage, each brings their own unique sound and set of influences that transcend regionality. Tati’s velvetine vocals and fastidious flows combine with CJ’s dogged, dynamic delivery to create a vibey, layered experience with wide-ranging musical flavors and a chemistry on record which seamlessly translates to the screen in this drill-tinged mosaic.

“Honestly it was truly a blessing doing this record. CJ is really close with our label, so you already know it was like family. Then I saw him in the studio one day and it was history from there. It was really exciting making the video with my boi CJ, it was truly a movie!” – Lil Tati

“Came Up” is the latest track from NiNET33N to receive visuals, following the video single for his collaboration with dancehall legend, Movado, “Up Late.” Available everywhere via CFMB Records, NiNET33N marks both Tati’s coming-of-age and a legacy coming full circle. The album’s title comes from the significance of the number nineteen, which not only marks Tati’s age upon his debut release, but the age his father was when Tati was born.

Music has always dominated Tati’s life, before he was even making it himself. He watched his father, Frank Miami, go from cutting hair at a barber shop to managing then-bubbling acts Farruko and Lary Over to later forming Carbon Fiber Music in 2014. The label is a Latin music powerhouse, home to the aforementioned acts, along with a number of heavy hitting artists and producers. While it’s inevitably a new era for Carbon Fiber Music as it extends its English-speaking-focused Billionaire arm, it’s a new era for Lil Tati as well. He is an extension of a legacy that has been cultivated over the last decade, only now he is a part of it on his own terms with his own sound.

With NiNET33N, Lil Tati stamped out a name for himself as the stars align for this undeniable talent. Stay tuned for much more in 2022.

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Shaudy Kash Drops “Can’t Make This Shit Up 2”

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We just can’t get enough of Shaudy Kash’s music lately, maybe because of where I am in life, unsure of my next direction and pensive over which route is best to choose, or maybe it is the large quantity of Detroit music I have been inundating myself with for well over a year now, but whatever it is, I am certain that Shaudy Kash is perhaps the brightest diamond in the rough in his talent-flush city. His maturity speaks volumes calmly and the large quantity of music he has already released and continued to do not only follows suit with his successful musical peers in the Motor City, but also to his personal dedication to his craft as an artist, a title I don’t give him lightly. He is back today with his latest visual release, the title track to his recent EP, “Can’t Make This Shit Up” which was brought to life by the hands of Big4Boogie who works often with Kash and has amplified his reach greatly with his visuals that capture his laid-back pragmatism well. I am sure that Shaudy Kash has a surplus of music for us in 2022 and I can’t wait to hear it and look forward to hearing some more collaborations from him in this new year.

Detroit rap is having a major moment right now, both in terms of having many artists from their city rising to the pinnacle of music’s mainstream, but as well as influencing the style of different rappers from coast to coast, either changing up their sound to be more similar to the fast-paced bounce of Detroit, or just hopping on their type beats altogether. However the flavor produced by Detroit music cannot be easily replicated and aside from being sprinkled into different existing regional styles, certainly cannot be innovated upon.

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BoogieFrmDa8 is up next with his new single “Not Him”

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Los Angeles’s newest star BoogieFrmDa8 has made a hit with his latest single “Not Him”. Paired with an enticing visual, this energetic, boasting anthem begins with an opening bar that sets the tone: “I’m not that n*gga that’s gonna tell a lie for tv, you mention it, I won’t speak if it ain’t me.” BoogieFrmDa8 speaks with wisdom as he emphasizes aspects of strength and discipline, incorporating real-life experiences from growing up on 148th street on the west side of Compton.                          

“My song “Not Him” is about How n*ggas embrace fake and hate the real. There ain’t many real ones left. They are all locked up or resting in peace. I will not water down myself for a soul. I’ll take bicking it with a struggling real n*gga than a popular fake n*gga any day.”

BoogieFrmDa8 embodies rawness and realism as the 21-year-old has plenty of street-credibility to back up what he raps about. Since the age of eight years old, Boogie spent years in Campanella Park neighborhood, taking on the role of a lookout and ensuring OGs on the block were alerted of any potential incoming threats.

“It’s Brazy because my dad didn’t tell me to look out, I did that sh*t on my own,” continued Boogie. “I was paying attention to my dad and the OG homies lifestyle. Off back I learned who the OPPS were and that included the police. I rap about what I seen and what I been through.”

Although he grew up in the heart of G-Funk and West-Coast Hip Hop, Boogie’s main musical influences reign from artists such as Lil Boosie & Plies due to his roots in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He fell in love with expressing himself by freestyling, and once he turned 18 Boogie began his career by rapping over the instrumental of hit records such as “Uno” by AMB Jayy. That release ultimately led to him going viral and earning the moniker “Mr. Takeover Beats.” Boogie has picked up a tremendous amount of steam by consistently releasing singles featuring the hottest new artists in Los Angeles including “Pullin Skitz” featuring Baby Stone Gorillas, Treyway6k, and fellow Compton act YS.

Today, BoogieFrmDa8 goes into 2022 recognized as Compton’s next superstar. As he prepares for his upcoming mixtape titled “It’s Boogiefromda8”, the rising artist hopes fans receive this message from his music and future projects:

“Get money, follow your dreams. It’s perfectly OK to be the underdog,” Boogie says. “You ain’t gotta have a bunch of cheerleaders following you around. As long as you stay true to yourself, your craft, and stay grinding everything else will line up as it is supposed to be.”

– BoogieFrmDa8

Check out “Not Him,” below!

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