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LouGram and 2gs have money for days in “Bags of the Gas”

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Have you ever seen stacks of this magnitude? LouGram and 2GS have enough money to make you anxious in “Bags of the Gas.” Their pockets are practically overloaded with cheddar and they show the camera how it’s practically spilling out of their grasp. They call the money, spread the money, hell, even stretch the money. It’s the most motivating thing that you’ll see today.

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DDG, POLO G, & NLE CHOPPA RELEASES “9 LIVES” VIDEO

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breakout Pontiac, MI rapper DDG releases his eagerly awaited new album, It’s Not Me It’s You. An unfiltered rumination on relationship and newfound success, the star-studded project is the breakout artist’s most introspective project to-date. Get the 12-track album at all DSPs HERE via Epic Records

Album opener and new single “9 Lives” sets the tone for the album with its melancholy piano and atmospheric beats. Featuring fellow rap stars Polo G and NLE Choppa, the track finds DDG reflecting on his journey to stardom. His metamorphosis into a Platinum-selling hitmaker is also explored in the gripping Michael Daniel-directed video. It showcases DDG’s life story, giving an intimate look into his family life and struggles that manifest into an inspiring “rags to riches” story, with NLE Choppa and Polo G sharing similar personal stories. WATCH HERE

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TORONTO’S SWAVY RELEASES VISUALS FOR INFECTIOUS HIT SINGLE “OLD WAYS”

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With a distinctive high-pitched rap voice and an unfiltered lyrical point-of-view, Swavy transcends an unorthodox upbringing to become one of Toronto’s most promising new artists. Today, he releases the Zac Facts-directed visuals for “Old Ways,” his latest effort; watch HERE

Carried by a bright acoustic guitar melody and overtones of dramatic drums and bass, courtesy of Canadian producer Rick Anthony, CashOutBernard and Jacob Lincoln (Peewee Longway ) “Old Ways” paints a vivid picture of the 21-year-old’s hustle lifestyle, complete with shots of him and the crew washing loads of cash in the laundromat and solo shots of Swavy in a tan & white fit. All the while, Swavy maintains his street-level perspective, reflecting on steering clear of the drama and his bad habits “Don’t involve with none of this internet beef/ I’m just watching it escalate / I mind my business I shower I hop in the club out the Escalade /It’s been way way back when I was trapping can’t go to my old ways”.

Beloved in his city and co-signed by the likes of Drake, Meek Mill, and Popcaan just to name a few, Swavy is ready to achieve his lofty ambitions. Stay tuned for much more music and visuals from Swavy coming soon. 

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B-LOVEE LINKS UP WITH ICE SPICE, J.I. AND SKILLIBENG FOR THE “ONE TIME” VIDEO

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With an authoritative mic presence and a soldier’s mentality, rapper B-Lovee crafts booming bangers for the New York City streets. Continuing his momentum of hard-hitting heaters, the RECORDS/Columbia Records signee shares the visuals to “One Time”, his relentless new melodic cut with Ice Spice, J.I. and Skillibeng; watch HERE.
 
With a guitar-strings driven beat courtesy of Yung Lan, Najee Travis, and Dos Dias, B-Lovee dances between smooth 808s and syncopated snaps as he comes through with colorfully aggressive bars. In the video directed by Rock Davis, Lovee, Spice, J.I., and Skillibeng alternate between natural shots posted up on the block surround by cars, women and in the halls of the project housing.  
 
“One Time” is the latest in a long line of fiery video from the 21-year-old-artist who’s been steadily growing in popularity since he dropped his first viral single “IYKYK” in 2020. Earlier this summer, B-Lovee released the visuals for “Wicked”, “Hit List”, “Demon” featuring Coi Leray and his latest project ‘Misunderstood’. The 8-track effort features exhilarating singles like “Need You (Last Strike)” which samples Nelly’s classic “Dilemma”, “IYKYK”“Don’t Change” and the “My Everything” remix from Highbridge rapper A Boogie Wit da Hoodie. After being named Artist To Watch in 2022 by Billboard & Spotify’s Most Necessary, racking up 150 million streams across his growing catalog and earning a spot on this year’s Rolling Loud Miami & New York, Hot 97’s Summer Jam, B-Lovee is well upon his way. Stay tuned for much more from the buzzing young emcee in the coming weeks and months, including more high-profile collaborations and music videos.
 
Fans can get tickets to The Courtlandt Baby Tour available at: https://www.bloveeofficial.com/

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