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MarMar Oso Wades Through the Wilderness to Keep From “Losing You”

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Sacramento’s smoothest crooner, MarMar Oso, is off to a white-hot start in 2022. Just days after releasing his latest project, Good Intentions, the artist returns to share the video for the Luh Kel-assisted track, “Losing You.” The Swiff D-produced opening from the project toes the line between light-hearted and heartbroken that MarMar so masterfully balances, while Luh Kel offers a vocal counterpoint to MarMar’s refined inflection with his nimble flows and sharp tenor. 

In the video, MarMar is seen walking down the street on a sunny day when he notices a house with an open door. Though the house appears quite plain from the outside, a mesmerized MarMar can’t help but feel drawn to it. As he enters, he’s caught off guard by the hanging vines and plant life engulfing the well-kept home when, out of the corner of his eye, he catches a quick glimpse of a goddess-like figure. He searches for this dream woman and ultimately finds her, but by the time their brief interaction ends, he’s left alone; caught up in the tangled weeds of infatuation. Accepting his fate, MarMar channels his inner-Destiny’s Child, singing, “We was on our Jay and Bey, and now you’re leaving me/To the left, to the left, to the left, don’t go/I guess I thought I was irreplaceable.”

Born in Hawaii and raised in Sacramento, MarMar Oso began singing at church when he was 2 years old, and hasn’t stopped since. In 2018, MarMar made his debut with the music video for “Lost Feelings” from his Mixed Emotions EP, the success of which allowed him to quit his part-time job at UPS to fully pursue music. He went on to take the world by storm with the viral success of the GOLD-certified “Ruthless (Nice Guys Always Finish Last),” from his 2019 debut album, Oso Different, which boasts over 178 million streams on Spotify and over 37 million views on YouTube. Since releasing back-to-back projects in 2020, with Love Don’t Cost a Thing and Marvin’s Room, MarMar has waited patiently to take his sound and career to new heights as he does now with the release of Good Intentions

Good Intentions is available everywhere via Free The Lost / EMPIRE.

Watch “Losing You” ft. Luh Kel here!

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Doodie Lo & Kodak Black Star in “ISTG Pt. 2” Video

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Doodie Lo commands tracks with his easygoing rasp and take-no-prisoners persona. Continuing a breakout year for the Kankakee, IL native, Doodie Lo shares ISTG Pt. 2,” a new collaboration with Kodak Black. The new releases remixes “ISTG,” a buzzing single released by Doodie Lo earlier this year. “ISTG Pt. 2” revels in the electric chemistry between the two rappers, as Kodak complements Doodie’s brashly confrontational verse with an impish one of his own: “It’s all good ’til it’s all bad/That n**** all cap, can’t wait to get up with his soft ass,” snarls Kodak. Directed by Jerry Production, the video for “ISTG Pt. 2” finds the dynamic duo mobbing with a crew at a private hangar, where they sip their favorite beverages before hopping on a jet.

“ISTG Pt. 2” is the latest salvo in a busy year for Doodie Lo, following recent singles like “Back Bone,” “FACE,” and the Icewear Vezzo-assisted “Melrose,” as the artist looks to make his mark with his street anthems. Last year, Doodie Lo made an impact with Big Doodie Lo, the artist’s debut full-length project. The mixtape is home to “Me & Doodie Lo,” an energetic collab between King Von and Doodie that originally appeared on OTF’s Loyal Bros compilation (and racked up over 13.8 million YouTube views), in which the legendary O-Block native gives Mr. Kankakee an enthusiastic co-sign. Over the past year, Doodie Lo has considerably grown his profile, gaining tens of thousands of YouTube subscribers and Spotify Monthly Listeners, and collaborating with heavy hitters like MoneybaggYoPoohShiestyBIG30, and more.

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KING EJ SHARES NEW SINGLES – “THE INTRO” & “BANDITS & BANDAGES”

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Jacksonville native artist and songwriter King EJ shares two new singles, “The Intro” and “Bandits & Bandages.” The two singles are his introduction as he captures and shares a lot of what he has dealt with and showcases the range of what’s to come. Both tracks are produced by Jevon Hill & Stanley Black of Co-Captains (Chris Brown, Mario, Nelly) with “Bandits & Bandages” also being produced by TJ Da Beatman (R. City, Kevin Gates, O). King EJ’s music can be described as R&B and Hip hop as he meshes both genres to come through with his own vibe.

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Lil Pump Goes R&B with Ty Dolla $ign for New Single & Visual, “She Know”

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Lil Pump continues to heat up the music game with his latest single and visual, “She Know” ft. heavy-hitter, Ty Dolla $ign. This unorthodox single shows Pump in a new light, as he joins Ty Dolla $ign to bring a sultry R&B sound. Sensuality exudes from the melodies, giving women a seductive soundtrack for the winter months. In the video, directed by City James (½ of madebyJAMES), voluptuous dancers are shot in a dark, artistic setting putting their sexiest moves onto the two powerhouse artists. This track allows Pump to show his versatility and growth within his overall sound, while engaging not only his loyal fan base, but also the ears of fellow R&B music lovers.

She Know” is the latest single off Pump’s “LP2” album, in partnership with SoundCloud, slated to be released in 2023. It follows the release of a slew of high-energy records including – “All The Sudden,” “Mosh Pit,” “1st Off,” “I’m Back,” and “Splurgin.”

You can pre-save “LP2”, and continue to play Pump’s “Mosh Pit Madness” video game and Presave “LP2” and play “Mosh Pit Madness” at: www.whereispump.com.

Also, in lieu of this record, Pump has launched a ‘stripper name generator’ device on his website, where fans can generate their fictional stripper name. Create your name at: whereispump.com/lil-pump-slot-machine-dev/

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