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Lil Migo Drops “Migo Shit” With Quavo

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Last week, the rawest new voice out of Memphis Lil Migo drops his much-anticipated mixtape King of The Trap 2via Heavy Camp/4th& Broadway/Republic Records. To join the release he launched his website KingofTheTrap.com and merch store Shop.KingOfTheTrap.com.

Listen to King of The Trap 2 —HERE.

The 15-song project hits the streets with bulletproof bars, airtight flows, and chantable hooks. Among many highlights, he flexes hard on the new single “Migo Shit”[feat. Quavo]. On the track, a triumphant orchestral sample bleeds into jittery 808s and a thick bass line. Lil Migoserves up a barrage of viciously sharp verses, and Quavopulls up with his instantly recognizable cadences and adlibs. The call-and-response proves unshakable with the head-nodding hook, “Migo shit, yeah. Trap shit, yeah. Spending shit, yeah, Feeling rich, yeah.”Elsewhere, he throws down with Duke Deuce on “Roots” and links up with Blac Youngstafor two bangers, namely the aptly titled “Dangerous” and “Da Rap Game.”Blac Youngsta added, “Lil Migo’s the future. That’s my little brother right there, and he’s doing everything right. He raps harder than anybody. He’s pushing himself. He’s not going to stop. This project is as dangerous as we promised.”

About the project, Lil Migo said, “This is what y’all have been waiting for. King of the Trap was like an introduction to me. King of The Trap 2is me taking the throne. The world’s going to hear me, and they’re going to hear what Memphis has got to say.” As soon as I first heard Lil Migo, I felt everything he was saying,” commented 4th& Broadway President LaTrice Burnette.“He has a vision and all of the makings of a career artist. He unapologetically represents where he came from with a sound that’s entirely his own. King Of The Trap 2is a statement in and of itself that he lives up to musically.”Earlier this year, he unveiled its predecessor, KING OF THE TRAP. It boasted a premier guest list, including Moneybagg Yo, Rich The Kid, Yo Gotti, Blac Youngsta, 42 Dugg, Big 30, and more. Thus far, it’s already piled up 5 million total streams and counting. In addition to looks from The Knockturnal, RESPECT Magazine, and more, Substream Magazineraved, “Lil Migo is the talk of the town in Hip Hop right now. The Memphis recording artist is trailblazing a path to top billing with his new album, King of the Trap.”

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@uknowflyboi rips up the beat in “Boston Kreme”

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It’s no secret that rappers from Detroit are, honestly, carrying the game right now. Whether it’s inspiring Lil Yachty’s Concrete Boys or just providing the rap game with some of the most original flows around, it’s always a good time when their biggest artists drop new releases. 

One of those artists is Flyboi Rich — one of the city’s top rising artists with tens of thousands of organic listeners on Spotify. His new release, “Boston Kreme,” packs in energy like sardines in a tiny can, showcasing his trademark lyrical dexterity and previewing an exciting drop schedule that he plans to act on this year. 

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Big YBA Show & Prove With ‘Definition Of Living’ Deluxe Album

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Upping the ante, NC representative Big YBA unloads the Deluxe edition of his most recent album the Definition of Living. Featuring five new tracks including “New York,” “For Your Love,” “Rap Assassin,” “Rebellious,” and “Cut ‘Em Off,” which was premiered by way of popular live performance platform Off The Curb, the enhanced body of work accents the original flawlessly.

Three months removed from his “Swag Surfin'” sampling collaboration “Hypnotic” featuring Rich The Kid signee SetitOff83 and the strategic seeding of LP standouts “30, “Rookie, “Lord Forgive Me,” “Venting Session,” “Mercy,” and “DOA,” the now 20 track collection of songs includes a lone guest appearance from GetRichZay while production duties are handled by Jozzex, KH Beatz, Maineestreamm, Prod No Heart, and Trippy XVI.

Raised in Durham, Big YBA is rapidly emerging as one of the most electrifying young artists from the Carolinas. With a brand built on authenticity, his versatility and melodic sound have allowed him to break through the industry release after release. Determined to experience success outside of his hometown, he views his personal and professional growth as motivation for listeners with similar ambitions.

Stream the Definition of Living (Deluxe) via Nu Nation / Vydia as well as watch his Off The Curb performance visual for “Cut ‘Em Off” after the jump.

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D.N.A. Reveals ‘Life Sucks And So Do You’

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New Jersey native D.N.A. procures music that speaks to people who need an avenue to feel safe to value their mental health.

 Recently signed to the A.M.G. (American Music Group) umbrella the new age musician D.N.A. has aims to become one of the biggest artists on planet earth and has music set to release soon set to touch the hearts of millions worldwide. To best describe his distinct sound would be a blend of alternative rock/rap bliss meshed with his real life experiences and distinctive voice that hits the hearts of anyone who presses play on his songs.

 Two notable tracks from the Jersey king of alternative music are “September” and “Wake Me Up” that showcase his overall potential to be a star sooner than later. They resonate with the emotions of people in a manner that matters more than just being good songs.

Now his latest album is out and it’s a sentimental play though chock full of different emotions geared to make his audience feel into with who they are. His Juice WRLD and Three Days Grace influence can be heard in spades.

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