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Muncy makes a sweet trap banger with “Fairy Talez”

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If you like sweet sugary trap, be ready for Muncy’s new track, “Fairy Talez.” This feathery tune features some metallic singing that sounds like a fairy tale set in a deep wood, where ogres have guns and elves rep sets.

Check out “Fairy Talez” below.

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“Sinful Saints” Shows Sinful Pleasure from East To West Coast duo Rasheed Chappell And XP The Marxman

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Rasheed Chappell of the East and XP the Marxman join forces together to bring out a nostalgic, groovy track titled “Sinful Saints,” which is one of the lead singles of their upcoming collaboration LP ‘RX.’ Fans of sounds from classic groups such as A Tribe Called Quest and The Clipse so be at home with both emcees spitting punchlines while accompanied by a classic hip hop beat which bodes to warm up fans to their forthcoming collaboration project which you can find out more about below. 

Rasheed Chappell and XP The Marxman were just two MCs on either coast, east (NY) and west (LA), until XP posted about personal issues.  Feeling a kinship with his fellow MC and having gone through similar trials and tribulations, Rasheed messaged XP and offered a message of hope.  From that empathetic gesture grew a friendship and respect for each other’s craft; in short order, a full album and their best work to date had been created.

Two halves of the same coin, each MC is bringing their experience and perspective of Hip Hop to the table – Rasheed’s of the African-American experience in the northeast and XP’s of the Mexican experience in the city of LA.  Both MC’s paint vivid pictures of street culture with equally dangerous wordplay and nuance worthy of the buzz term “connoisseur rap.”

‘RX’ releases on November 17th and features production from Roc Marciano, Buckwild, Reckonize Real, and more.

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BIA RELEASES “CAN’T TOUCH THIS” VIDEO

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Multi-platinum-certified Boston-born and Los Angeles-based artist BIA releases the music video for her new song “Can’t Touch This” via Epic Records. Watch HERE.

The video, directed by BenMarc, is a new track from BIA’s recently released For Certain Deluxe Album. The track produced by London Jae, DJ Pharoah and IROCC, features a sample of Kelis’ 2003 smash hit “Milkshake.” “Can’t Touch This” is a fan favorite from the album with critics like VIBE Magazine citing “The Boston-bred rapper uses her soft, raspy tone to let everyone know her milkshake brings all the boys to the yard.”

Right now, BIA is lighting up venues across the country as direct support on Don Toliver’s Life Of A Don Tour. Check out the remaining dates below.

Recently, BIA made headlines when she performed as one of Rihanna’s special guests at the Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3. It’s available exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. She also took the stage at the 2021 BET Hip Hop Awards and gathered two nominations in the categories of “Best Collaboration” and “Song of the Year.” Not to mention, she’s fast closing in on 1 billion streams to date. BIA also performed at the 2021 BET Hip Hop Awards and brought out Lil’ Jon for a performance of their smash “BIA BIA”

BIA asserts herself as hip-hop’s new leading lady on For Certain Deluxe Album. Watch out for more soon!

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@Deviousontwitt & @lilyaunlv3 Drops “Hot Summer”

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Devious teamed up with Lil Ya of UNLV and music producer Donald XL Robertson to create a seasonal anthem “Hot Summer” from his new album Independent Rap Hustler. After recently landing at number 20 on Mediabase Indie Urban Chart, Devious earns another accomplishment by peaking at number one on Digital Radio Tracker Independent Chart. DigitalRadioTracker, also known as DRT, is a leading global internet radio monitoring company which tracks radio airplay of songs played on over 5000+ radio stations around the globe. Congrats to @itsdevious @lilyaunlv3 and @donaldxlrobertson.

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