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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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DEANTE’ HITCHCOCK RELEASES ‘CALLIN’ ALL MY CHILDREN’ FEAT. BIG K.R.I.T. & WESTSIDE BOOGIE

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Grammy-nominated Atlanta rapper Deante’ Hitchcock releases Callin’ All My Children, out now via ByStorm Entertainment/RCA Records. The two-pack is the latest tease of new music from the critically acclaimed artist as he gears up for his anticipated sophomore album later this year. 

An amalgamation of the project’s track titles, Callin’ All My Children is a unique blend of Deante’s southern rap roots mixed with retro production influences. Tapping two heavy hitters in hip-hop, on “Callin’” Deante’ is joined by Mississippi rapper and producer Big K.R.I.T. and Compton’s Westside Boogie. The track features a booming bass line with a seductive R&B hook as each artist volleys back and forth on their respective verses. On “All My Children,” Deante’s rap skills are showcased at their most potent, with his powerhouse lyricism on full display as he waxes poetic about his come up as an artist. 

The latest in a run of relationship-driven releases set to come from Deante’ this year, Callin’ All My Children follows the release of Deante’s single “Alone” and his Valentine’s Day-themed EP Everyday The 14th in February, which received critical acclaim. Featured by XXL, Hypebeast, HipHopDX, Okayplayer, and more as one of the ‘Best New Releases,’ Lyrical Lemonadepraised the project, noting that it “further solidifies Deante’ Hitchcock’s immense skill and versatility as an artist,” while The Sourcecalled the EP a “tight, solid listen for returning fans and newcomers alike.” 

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GANG51E JUNE RELEASES HIS LATEST MIXTAPE ‘THIS 2 SHALL PASS’

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Tulsa, OK’s rising star, GANG51E JUNE, has released his latest mixtape, This 2 Shall Passavailable now at all DSPs and streaming services HERE. The mixtape comes after GANG51E JUNE’s latest single and visual “Static Rain (feat. Birdy)” available to stream HERE.

This 2 Shall Pass features also includes the breakthrough single, “4REIGN Gangsta (Ft. Kevin Gates),” available now at all DSPs and streaming services HERE; an official visual is streaming now at YouTube HERE. The project also features the lead single “Anita” that feels like the perfect sensual single to capture both R&B and rap fans alike.

Now boasting close to 3M worldwide streams and counting, GANG51E JUNE has earned praise for his compelling sound, with themes surrounding his hometown’s remarkable Black history seeping into such recent releases as “Homicide Man” and “What N****z Do,” both available now on all DSPs and streaming services.  Both tracks are joined by official music videos streaming now via GANG51E JUNE’s YouTube channel HERE.

GANG51E JUNE has seen a remarkable increase in national attention, fueled by such knockout tracks as “Base’ Body,” “The Hope” and “51 Savior.” Nicknamed “The Hope” by his grandmother, the 22-year-old artist has not only the hope of his family but the hope of his beloved city of Tulsa. Indeed, GANG51E JUNE strives to teach through positive messaging, encouraging a sober lifestyle while shattering stereotypical boundaries for rappers of his generation.    

“This 2 Shall Pass” is just the product of everything I’ve been going through in life at the moment. From me losing my brother/ best friend to me becoming a father. This project means a lot to me, I feel that this is my first project entering the industry. I put blood, sweat, and tears in this. My supporters are going to step in my world. They gone feel the emotions I feel and understand the thoughts that I think. I named it “This 2 Shall Pass” because that’s how life is. If you feeling pain, regret, depression, you got to remember that it won’t last forever; motivation to get through and keep going. That’s where I’m at in my life. I’m dropping it on May 4th, 2022, because that’s the 2-year anniversary of my brother being killed. He was the one I started this with.” – GANG51E JUNE on the mixtape

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Teenear Samples Brandy’s “The Boy Is Mine” on her Single Release “Ain’t Mine” 

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Teenear Renee began singing with the praise team of her church in her hometown of Miami, Florida. She later started performing solo at talent shows. 

A version of Rihanna’s “Stay” went over so well that she started a YouTube channel — after her parents’ strong encouragement — to gain wider exposure. Uploads of “Stay” and other covers caught the attention of the Miami-based Slip’N’Slide label, resulting in a recording contract. In 2015, the year she graduated high school, Teenear debuted with “Friday Night,” featuring a guest verse from Sage the Gemini. 

Follow-up “Streetlights‘ ‘ arrived in 2016, followed shortly thereafter by a dancehall-flavored remix with an appearance from labelmate Trina. A handful of additional tracks, including the sparkling Fetty Wap collaboration “Love Me or Leave Me” and the beaming ballad “Need Your Love,” were scattered across 2017 and 2018. 

At the height of the pandemic and social justice with the likes of the George Floyd assualt/murder, Teenear returned to Music with her song “Free” lending her voice and platform to the conversation and activism toward freeing those most affected by police brutality, and racisim. 

The singer, after two years, returns to music full time with her leading single “Ain’t Mine” debuting May 13th 2022. The single samples the living legend Brandys 1998 hit song “the boy is mine” 

Teenear’s label Slip N Slide is excited about this release. 

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