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KENNY MASON SHARES NEW SINGLE “PLAY BALL”

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Atlanta’s most promising new artist, Kenny Mason has released his latest single, “Play Ball,”produced by Julian Cruz. Leveling up on a medley of clashing drums and grating guitar riffs, Kenny puts his vocal range on full display, singing about the realities of Atlanta street life before transitioning into a lyrical onslaught detailing what it takes to come up on his side of ATL.
 “Knew how to spot rookies with out looking / bitch i took it, no retaliation, because y’all pussies / how y’all should get got places where y’all took it / cuz I watched good ones turn to satan cuz y’all pushed ’em”

Along with the new song, Kenny has shared an accompanying Elijah Chauvin and Fabrice Mercier directed CGI visualizer. “Play Ball” is the latest offering from Kenny this year following his heavy hitting alternative banger “Pup” and the airy yet melodic, “Partments.” All three singles will be on Kenny Mason’s highly anticipated Angelic Hoodrat: Supercut project, an extension of his 2020 debut which releases on April 16th. and boasts features from Freddie Gibbs and Angel White.

Kenny Mason is coming off of a breakout year in 2020 following the release of his critically acclaimed debut project, Angelic Hoodrat. The project drew comparisons to the rise of Kendrick Lamar a la Good Kid, M.A.A.D City on tracks like “PTSD” and “Pretty Thoughts,” while Kenny surprised his fans by changing up his style from 2019’s massive single, “Hit” by tastefully combining elements of alternative rock, grunge, and punk with his already powerful rapping abilities on tracks like “Metal Wings,”“Handles,”“Firestarter,” and “Angelic Hoodrat.”

The jarringly talented 25 year old artist from Atlanta, GA is redefining popular notions of his city’s sound with his genre-bending blend of rap and alternative rock familiar to fans of bands like The Pixies, Smashing Pumpkins, Nirvana, and My Bloody Valentine. Kenny Mason’s phenomenal abilities as a lyricist, rapper, and singer have catapulted him from Atlanta’s underground DIY scene to the national spotlight, climbing a promising ladder of success in a relatively short amount of time: Performing at Rolling Loud Miami in 2019, being named one of August’s “Best New Artists” by Pigeons & Planes, having his song “G.O.A.T.” featured on HBO’s hit show, Euphoria, being named among COMPLEX‘s “25 Rappers to Watch in 2020,” and having his debut album, Angelic Hoodrat, listed among XXL‘s “Best Hip-Hop Projects of 2020.”

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Boss Hog Law Shares “Rose’s”

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Checkout Boss Hog Law’s new single “Rose’s” everyone deserves their 🌹🌹Rose’s one way or another. Boss Hog Law the artist has a dope clothing brand. Go checkout Boss Hog Law apparel shop now they have what you need. Check “Rose’s” out on all digital streaming platforms. 

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OT7 QUANNY DROPS NEWEST SINGLE “DAME LILLARD”

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Straight out of Philly, Ot7 Quanny is on the brink of becoming one of the most popular acts out. His newest record, “Dame Lillard” looks like it will be the perfect song going into the Fall and especially the NBA season. The PYRO-25-produced banger shows Quanny’s knack for switching it up. His edgy bars, “Pull up for the 3 crunch time sh*t like Dame Lillard” is the perfect bar to describe Quanny’s urge to close out the 4th quarter strong.

 As Philly becomes one city to catch a small wave, it is obvious Ot7 Quanny is one of the city’s best up and coming acts. The North Philly rapper is eager to put on for his section of the city. This is a fire follow-up to his hit singles “Dog Talk” & “Trapped Out featuring Sleazywold Go.” 

Ot7 has seen a lot of motion in the last year especially with the help of fans on Tik Tok.Fans can’t get enough of his unconventional sound.Not only is his latest track fire, the visuals always meet the expectations.

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Rich Amiri Keeps a Clean Conscience on “Dirty Money”

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A teenage talent with the vocal range to match any vibe he aims to set, Rich Amiri is poised for a very promising career. Keeping his priorities in check amidst newfound fame, Amiri keeps his eyes on the prize in his new single, “Dirty Money.” With an instrumental backdrop reverberating with a sense of controlled chaos, Amiri takes the reins as he sorts through the plastic personalities emerging in the wake of his fame: “I don’t know your first name, baby I don’t know you/Can’t even trust my old friends cause they finna change too, too/It ain’t nothing new, new.” The song arrives with a Tycho Burwell-directed video, in which Rich escapes from jail and takes his dirty money with him.

“Dirty Money” is the latest missive from the busy, Boston-born 18-year-old. Earlier this month, Amiri shared the video for the chest-thumping, Cxdy & Taz Taylor-produced single Can’t Die,” and served up a double-dose of rage with the release of singles “ruthless” and “trouble.” In June, the rapper shared For The Better, his debut project. Featuring appearances from SSGKobeSummrs, and others, the 8-song effort showcased Amiri’s beyond-his-years maturity and sharp songwriting, while Internet Money helped craft a soundscape that suited his inimitable voice.

Since he started uploading songs to his SoundCloud in 2020, Rich Amiri has established himself as a fixture in rap’s burgeoning melodic underground. He first earned recognition with his 2021 song Never Fail,” which surpassed 2.8 million plays on SoundCloud, and he struck again late last year with his bubbling hit “Walk In.” Most recently, the young artist shared the video for his For The Better highlight “Bounty.”

With the respect of his peers and a fast-growing fanbase, Rich Amiri is on the path to stardom. Stay tuned for much more from the rising rapper in the near future.

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