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Our Five Favorite Videos This Week

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Now, time for our weekly wrap up of our favorite videos to hit this week.  Peep below:

Another hard-hitting  jam from Risktaker D-Boy, this time with the vocals of AllStar JR. A dismal love ode, their latest is further proof that, when it comes to Detroit rap, the two have the game on lock. Their intimate conversation makes for the perfect video backdrop.

Give it up for Icewear Vezzo, one of the realest that’s back doing the damn thing. His new single “Big Ice” is the kind of swaggering hit that he’s known for. The visual is full of nice locales and beautiful cars that’ll push you to get on his level.

This slow-paced trap banger is a nice change of pace from the more energetic music that we consume. “No Help” is beautiful; TGE TrapBaby and Peezy do their thing with smooth flows that sound at home.

Bagboy knows how to do his thing with impactful melodies that make the frenetic production he frequents all the more lively. “Big Dawg” is the kind of jam that you’ll continuously run back.

There’s next to no one with a flow like Selfmade Kash. His confidence makes each outing sound like a confident seeress is reading the future. His latest, “Old Sauce,” further makes a case for him being one of Detroit rap’s best.

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@DJCANNONBANYON & D-One Drops “Last Row”

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DJ Cannon Banyon and Dwayne “D-One” Gilmore both hail from the underground southern rap scene in Cheraw, South Carolina, and have been collaborating since 2001.

D-One’s clever lyrics and fluid musical delivery showcases each song he writes is his unique sound. DJ Cannon Banyon’s hard hitting drums with Southern soulful melody is all thanks to TNTXD pack.

The pair delivers the third track, “Last Row,” for DJ Cannon Banyon’s upcoming EP, “Southern Country 9,” expected June 17th. This single highlights the growth in both artists and the production from their earlier underground days, while maintaining the same Southern sound they developed years ago. The album title “Southern Country 9” nods to Highway SC9, which is the main highway going through Cheraw, South Carolina. “Last Row” will be available on May 17th as a pre-save for the album.

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Dro Kenji’s Glides Through Gotham with “THEY DON’T KNOW”

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Armed with mellifluous melodies, an introspective pen, and an otherworldly creative vision, Dro Kenji has quickly built a strong reputation for consistent quality and colorful creativity. Since putting on a masterclass in world-building with the vibrant visuals from his debut album, WITH OR WITHOUT YOU, earlier this year, Kenji returns to tackle hidden demons in “THEY DON’T KNOW,” his new video single. Produced by CensusCxdyParyo, and Taz Taylor, the track finds Kenji reflecting on romance gone rotten and fighting to keep hurt feelings at bay. He paints heart-broken pictures with heart-racing intensity as he croons, “Lost in the storm, stuck in time / But the past don’t change, so why should I?”

The Declan Kyle-directed video for “THEY DON’T KNOW” is a departure from Kenji’s previous collaborations with the music video maven on recent clips, such as “PUSH2START” and “VANISH,” which built up the purple-tinted dream world of the Dro Kenji cinematic universe. Set in the cold, dark streets of New York City, “THEY DON’T KNOW” sees Kenji walking on bench tops in Central Park and skipping down the infamous “Joker Stairs” in the Bronx, as he contends with his inner demons.. 

“THEY DON’T KNOW” marks Kenji’s first single following his recent debut album, WITH OR WITHOUT YOU. Released in January, WITH OR WITHOUT YOU arrived after a banner year for the young artist, which saw him embark on his first headlining national tour, wrapping up with a performance at Rolling Loud California. 2021 also saw Kenji release two new mixtapes, including EAT YOUR HEART OUT, this past spring, featuring “KILL CUPID” ft. $NOT (13+ million Spotify streams), which received an animated video, and the early summer’s F*CK YOUR FEELINGS, which saw the rapper flex and reflect over 16 tracks of expansive Internet Money production, and features highlights like “SUPERSTAR” and “TRANCE.” 

Never one to rest on his laurels, Dro Kenji continues to hustle his way to new heights. The 20-year-old artist was a standout performer at this year’s SXSW, performing at multiple showcases including Rolling Loud x RapTV’s extravaganza at Stubb’s, and catching up with Variance Magazine. Stay tuned for much more from the prolific artist–including a new project coming this summer–as he continues his ascent to the highest echelons of the rap game.

Watch “THEY DON’T KNOW” here!

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Philly’s @LotpLotp_ Shares “Yeah Yeah”

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Unlvcky Nas is one of the most versatile acts from Philadelphia. His lyrics are strong, but you never know what pocket he’ll jump in with each release. “Yeah Yeah” is an up-tempo banger that will have everyone going bonkers on Tik Tok. The high BPM track is his first drop since his Babyface Ray & Veeze-assisted LP, Still Not F*****g Around

Unlvcky Nas is no stranger to the spotlight. He lives the life of a rapper, but he is still hungry for more. His heartfelt bars keep Nas relatable. His crew is full of some of the best rappers in the DMV, and they all have their sound. Follow him on social media to enter his “Yeah Yeah” contest on Tik Tok. Moreover, be on the lookout for his upcoming visuals. They are always industry-level mini-movies.

Check out “Yeah Yeah” by Unlvcky Nas today!

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