San Bernardino rapper KINGMOSTWANTED puts on for his city in his latest single, “Cali Lovin.” Sampled from Ice Cube’s legendary 90’s hit “Check Yo Self,” King has recreated his own version of the track and is making strides towards becoming the next artist to blow out of the West Coast. The rapper has proved that he is not just a one-hit-wonder from his recent viral moment on Tik-Tok amassing millions of views from his single “In My City,” ft. fellow 8PETOWN collaborator MCM Raymond. As his fan base continues to grow on social media, KING is now locked in more than ever. He does not let virality shadow his determination as he consistently releases hard-hitting bangers for the masses.
“Cali Lovin,” powered by Vydia, is a minute and thirty seconds of straight bars as KINGMOSTWANTED‘s notable flow and bold lyrics take center stage on the track. The 20-year-old artist knows what it takes to make a hit as he pulls from past experiences that certify every line he raps.
“Before music, I was in and out of jail since the age of 12,” King explained. “I started taking music seriously when one of the guards told me I really had the gift. Once I came out, I met my manager Ocho, and we worked every weekend till I graduated, then it became an everyday thing. We had a plan, and we stuck to it.”
KINGMOSTWANTED has completely changed his life since his release and has placed all his energy into his music. “My son “P” inspires me every day to keep doing what I do,” the artist continued. “I hope my fans get inspired to chase their dreams too. I still continue to push with all the stuff I’ve been through.”
Using incredible versatility in all of his releases, KINGMOSTWANTED is undoubtedly a force to be reckoned with. He continuously proves to show out on any beat that crosses his path. As the young talent makes his mark in the industry and gears up for his upcoming project Notorious King, stream his latest single, “Cali Lovin,” on all platforms!
Josvani Releases Must-Hear New Single “Who You Wit”
Josvani’s latest single “Who You Wit” is set to captivate audiences.
The artist’s exceptional rhythmic flow breathes new life into the genre in this dynamic track. “Who You Wit” is a musical journey exploring a day in the life of a young millennial man. Josvani’s unique blend of cutting-edge beats and catchy lyrics defies the typical rap genre.
Josvani is an artist who weaves narratives through rhythmic verses and pushes the boundaries of hip-hop. “Who You Wit” showcases his dedication to the craft and pushing the genre forward.
Josvani loves hip-hop for its power to express and tell stories. Hip-hop is his cultural phenomenon, resonating with everyday life’s experiences and struggles.
“I find solace and empowerment in the rhythmic beats and poetic lyricism, as they provide a medium to convey my emotions, aspirations, and societal observations.” – Josvani
Josvani connects with like-minded artists through hip-hop’s authenticity, fostering unity and understanding. Josvani finds his voice through hip-hop’s dynamic and diverse narratives.
Josvani is preparing for upcoming events including live performances at SXSW, collaborations, and attending All-Star Weekend as his single gains momentum. He aims to redefine hip-hop with his unique talent and infectious beats. Stay tuned to witness his mark on the industry.
Stream “Who You Wit” today. Follow Josvani on social media for daily updates and more.
DJ FMCT Taps Kalan FrFr For New Single “Needed Love”
DJ FMCT’s first-ever album titled Devoted features the first official single “Needed Love” with RocNation artist KalanFrfr.
Born Maliki DeCampos, The rising star hails from Bridgeport, Connecticut. Passionate about music since childhood and now making waves in the hip-hop scene. DJ FMCT created hits like “Should’ve Ducked” and “Smoking & Thinking” in collaboration with Lil Durk.
“My journey into music started practically as soon as I could talk,” DJ FMCT reveals.
Old-school music in childhood sowed the seeds of his love for music. When asked about their most proud achievement as musicians, DJ FMCT humbly responds, “In my opinion, my greatest achievement was the moment I started hearing my music played beyond the boundaries of my city.”
His production resonates in the music industry, with many tracks he worked on with Durk landing on the Billboard Top 100. Three words that describe him are “astounding,” “devoted,” and “profound.”
DJ FMCT’s tracks showcase his dedication to the art form, featuring thunderous 808s and his sought-after signature bounce of modern trap. He is influenced by industry giants like Murda Beats, Southside, and Timbaland, and infuses his unique touch.
The album is supported by collaborations with renowned artists such as Lil Durk, G Herbo, Esparo, and many more.
Stream “Needed Love” below and check out more on DJ FMCT on social media.
HoodTrophy Bino Shares “Thang Thangin”
South Central bred rapper HoodTrophy Bino releases the new single “Thang Thangin”. This is a powerhouse track loaded with hyperactive beats, boisterous brass instrumentation, and brazen rap flow. HoodTrophy Bino sings, “Left cheek, right cheek / Make that sh*t jump.” With rapid-fire sonics that spiral out of control, “Thang Thangin” will make your whole body shake.
Recently taken off parole and now officially out of the system he was in since age 13, HoodTrophy Bino is a standout example of someone who has overcome insurmountable obstacles, escaped gang life, and created a better future for himself. Today, he is an advocate for gang members who grow up in the hood and witness death every other day with seemingly no way out.
HoodTrophy Bino has opened for Soulja Boy, Tee Grizzley, Bow Wow, Snoop Dogg, Chris Brown, Omarion, Flo Malcom, Skinnyfromthe9, YN Jay, and Ohgeesy. He has received acclaim from Lyrical Lemonade, HipHopDX and more. With three new albums on the horizon, a viral single, “I Want Her” with a Kalan.FRFR remix, and features with Mozzy, 03Greedo, Jehki and RadioBase, HoodTrophy Bino is a prolific rapper and motivator for his generation. “I’m not here because I’m the best, I’m here because they tried to break me and they couldn’t.”