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Only The Family Rapper Doodie Lo Shares Debut Full-Length Big Doodie Lo

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Coming out of Kankakee with a bruising attitude and an appealing rasp in his voice, Doodie Lo has the versatility to become the next Only The Family rapper to break into the mainstream. Allowing himself to introduce himself, Doodie Lo shares Big Doodie Lo, a debut mixtape that paints a vivid picture of the rapper and where he comes from. A veteran in the streets since his early teens, the up-and-coming rapper is an expert tough talker, attacking the beat on street anthems like “Bodies” and “Killing You” with thudding force. He’s much more than just muscle, though, allowing his vulnerability to shine through with a gently melodic flow on songs like his origin story “Growing Up,” which recounts his evolution from football to the streets to potential rap stardom.

The new mixtape benefits from the influence of the late King Von, Doodie’s close friend and confidante, who Doodie credits for helping him develop the confidence to strike out on his own. The mixtape is home to Me & Doodie Lo,” an energetic collab between Von and Doodie that originally appeared on OTF’s Loyal Broscompilation (and racked up over 8 million YouTube views), in which the legendary O-Block native gives Mr. Kankakee an enthusiastic co-sign. Doodie Lo returns the favor with mixtape highlight “Von Flow,” in which he emulates the propulsive rhyming pattern that Von used in many of his hits and tells a crazy story of his own.

The tape also rolls out the red carpet for some of the biggest names in street rap. In addition to Doodie’s OTF brother Lil Durk, who lends his golden voice to “Alone,” the mixtape finds Doodie Lo dueting with Moneybagg Yo on the plaintive “Don’t Worry,” and joining forces with Pooh Shiesty on the pugilistic recent single Bodies” (1.9 million YouTube views). With additional appearances from BIG30 and Yung MalBig Doodie Lo is available to stream everywhere via Only The Family / EMPIRE.

Along with the mixtape, Doodie Lo shares “Don’t Worry,” a new music video featuring Moneybagg Yo. With dramatic pianos, twangy guitars, and wailing saxophone, the new song finds Doodie Lo speaking on his paranoia, and detailing some of the habits he’s developed to dull the pain. No stranger to substances, Moneybagg Yo comes through with his typical gravitas and street wisdom. In the video [VIDEO COPY],

A close associate of Lil Durk with a growing fanbase in the midwest, Doodie Lo hails from Kankakee, a small city 30 minutes outside of Chicago. He has contributed several standout tracks to OTF compilation tapes, including “Hang Out” ft. Memo600, from 2019’s Family Over Everything. The artist had his coming out party earlier this year with his contributions to Loyal Bros, including “Took Down,” his collaboration with Memphis rapper BIG30 that racked up over 1.6 million video views, “Street Raised Me,” which connected him with Booka600, and most significantly, “Me And Doodie Lo.”

With the full support of Lil Durk and a strong debut mixtape under his belt, Doodie Lo looks to establish himself as the next midwest street rapper to blow. Given all that he’s already overcome, it would not be wise to bet against him.

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TheyWantNick Reveals New Single “Need Your Love”

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Rising Jersey rapper TheyWantNick reveals single “Need Your Love.” A smooth love rap ballad done right is always a favorite among music lovers and Nick does it very well with his latest drop.

With every listen you get a summer type vibe and that’s very much appreciated. Nick provides music that invigorates and make people feel every emotion among their character.

Overall he’s an artist to watch out for coming out of New Jersey. Listen below.

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LunchMoney Lewis Follows Up With New Single “Rain Or Shine”

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Still riding “High” off his recent collaboration with Dylan Chambers and ‘Best Melodic Rap Performance’ GRAMMY win for Lil Durk’s “All My Life” featuring J. Cole earlier this year, Miami musician LunchMoney Lewis delivers “Rain or Shine.” Co-produced by JulianBeatz & BRIANXWHITE, “Rain or Shine” is a record about believing things will get better even when everything feels hopeless. In current times where there is so much pain in the world, Lewis wrote the Hip-Hop / R&B-influenced track to help us overcome life’s hurdles with love.

“In light of everything going on in the world, I’ve been in a very tough place creatively about what I wanna write about. Seeing so many innocent lives taken pushed me to make something that gives people hope in some fashion, rain or shine. We will continue to push love and love only, even in the face of darkness,” states the talented triple threat about the inspiration behind his latest leak.

Best known for his work with Dr. Luke as a producer, LunchMoney Lewis first broke into wide recognition as a rapper after appearing on the song “Trini Dem Girls” from Nicki Minaj’s 2014 album ‘The Pinkprint.’ He also co-wrote Jessie J’s single “Burnin’ Up” from her album ‘Sweet Talker,’ and Fifth Harmony’s single “Bo$$” from the album ‘Reflection.’ In 2015, he released his debut single as a solo artist, “Bills”, which peaked at 79 on the Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at number one on the ARIA Charts.

Stream “Rain or Shine” after the jump via Lunchbox Records and watch the official music video for “High” | HERE.

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Bella Dose Drops New Single “Auga”

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After kicking off the US dates for their ‘L-Pop’ tour powered by Live Nation in San Diego at The House of Blues over the weekend, Bella Dose cools things down with a new Nitido en el Nintendo & Clayton Williamonce produced single appropriately titled “Agua.” The Florida native quartet once again enlisted the starpower of Shakira who added to the visibility of the release by joining them in a collaborative post on Instagram where they recreated their viral choreography to the GRAMMY Award-winning artist’s Cardi B assisted cut “Puntería.”

In an exclusive press statement to Medium Creative Agency about how the track was born, the Miami musicians revealed: “We made this song in about three hours, right before our San Francisco show while on tour. We wanted to make a fun, upbeat song that mixed our American and Latin culture; hence the Merengue and EDM fusion.”

Bella Dose, which consists of Brianna Leah Curiel, Melany Vanessa Rivera, Jennifer Hernandez, and Thais Rodriguez, is the world’s first bilingual, Latin girl-group. Originating in MIA, all four members sing, dance, and write in both English and Spanish. The girls embody many Latin flavors with heritages from Cuba, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Colombia, and Chile. They’re ready to take on the world with their charisma, chemistry, and passion for the art of music.

Stay hydrated as they continue their hot streak by pressing play on “Agua” below via International Hub Records / EMPIRE and buy tickets to the ‘L-Pop‘ tour in a city near you | HERE.

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