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Morray Releases Street Sermons mixtape & “Can’t Use Me” video

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Morray’s much anticipated mixtape Street Sermons will be released tomorrow, along with the video for “Can’t Use Me,” both out via Pick Six Records/Interscope. Street Sermons is 13 tracks of tracks of just Morray, no features, where he taps into the spiritual uplift and church-trained singing that makes his brand of hip-hop so unique. A first-listen standout for me is “That’s On God,” it’s a look back on where he’s been and where he’s headed: “One day Imma get it right that’s on God/ Imma be the best alive that’s on God/ Imma make it out the mud/ Imma be the chosen one/ Imma do it for the love/ that’s on God.” His soulful singing and ability to combine it seamlessly with rappity-rap bars is a skill mastered by few, and across the project Morray displays that not only has he mastered it, but he’s morphed it into a version that could only be his.

To celebrate the Street Sermons release, Morray shares the video for “Can’t Use Me.” In the video, he poses in a radio station that he has taken hostage, broadcasting his message to the world that he isn’t to be played with. In typical Morray fashion, you can’t help but bop along no matter what message he’s delivering.

Check it out here!

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@Soupmakesbetter, @KADDIELAK, and Gabrielle B. share a lusting new single, “21+”

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In “21+”, Compton born rapper Soupmakesitbetter, Norf$isde CJ, and Gabrielle B have romance on their minds. Soup starts the track off with a verse worthy of being played excluivesly on Valentine’s Day before passing the baton to Norf$ide CJ who, through velvety vocals, similarly leads the listener into his understanding of love with his lady by his side. Rounding out the trio’s adoring performance is Gabrielle B., a burgeoning songstress who’s buttery vocals express how addicting love can be. You’ll be wrapped up in affection and eager to experience what they talk about on your own.

Check out “21+” below.

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Yung Meme Dedicates New Project ‘Easy Come Easy Go’ to Fans

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After serving up a handful of singles, South Carolina-based rapper Yung Meme drops off his 21-track project, ‘Easy Come Easy Go.’ Grabbing GBP Beats, Radical, St. Nick, Ross Gossage, Oracl3, Lil Dende, TYG2X, Harz, Bliv Beats, and KELS2X, Yung Meme enlists a variety of talented producers for this body of work. Building momentum from his unique blend of Grunge/Hip-Hop, it’s no wonder why the album has well over 300K streams across all platforms.
“I’ve been working on this project continuously for almost 2 years now, I really love the range of rage and different emotions! I dedicate this one to all of my supporters,” Yung Meme shares with us.

“Focus,” “Amethyst,” and “Hell Boi” are some of the key standouts on the project so far, the latter of which closing in on 50K streams on Spotify. An audible, personal journey through love, sadness, and uplifting melodies, Easy Come Easy Go is truly a special project. 
Stream the album below, and be sure to follow Yung Meme on Instagram to stay up-to-date with his forthcoming releases.

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@DCinn Releases New Single “Blue Faces”

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Memphis artist and producer D Cinn continues his hot streak this month with a new single titled “Blue Faces.” The Tennessee native is on a roll this year and has no plans of slowing down. Take a listen below and look out for more audio and visuals dropping soon.

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https://audiomack.com/dcinn/song/blue-faces

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