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Ozzy and CML break out the flexes in “New Whip”

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Whatever you have, it doesn’t amount to what Ozzy and CML own. “New Whip” is the ultimate trap flex anthem, finding the two rappers cranking the energy to 1000 as they rhyme about what they have– from cars, to jewelry, to women. You’ll want to step your game up after this one.

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Bay Area rapper Lil Blood shares The Book of Dawa (Deluxe) + new video “No Lies”

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Lil Blood, an influential figure in the Bay Area rap scene for over a decade, has just shared The Book of Dawa (Deluxe) and his new video for “No Lies”. The new single “No Lies” showcases Blood rapping about the inner workings of the Bay and detailing his long legacy in the area over bouncy, West Coast production. The video features Blood performing the dynamic track side-by-side with his crew, displaying the strong hometown ties he maintains in his city. With 4 new songs to the original The Book of Dawa tracklist, Lil Blood is looking to continue his momentum with the release of The Book of Dawa (Deluxe) and the visual for “No Lies”.

Lil Blood has been a fixture in the tight-nit Oakland rap scene for well over a decade. Blood is fresh off his first official release through EMPIRE,The Book of Dawa earlier this month, an album thathighlights the dynamic sound he has developed, from contemplative verses to classic Bay Area party songs, and signals a rapper ready to display his growth, vision, and passion on the mic. After being fixated on the sounds of the Bay growing courtesy of the group 3X Krazy Too $hort, as well as the raps of out-of-towners like Scarface and Juvenile, Lil Blood developed his own unique style meshing together this distinct conclave of influences. After a few years of operating as a feature-based rapper, including his memorable verse on J. Stalin’s“What I See”, Blood developed his own musical collective 3rd World. His breakout track arrived in 2012 with the song “Free Boski” (feat. Lil Goofy) that not only caught fire when it was released but is still a regularly-spun Bay Area party song and has recently gone viral on Tik Tok. In 2015, Lil Blood became a founding member of the West Coast supergroup One Mob alongside Mozzy, Lil AJ, Joe Blow & Philthy Rich. The group released their One Mob album in 2015, raising Lil Blood’s notoriety in hip-hop. Currently, alongside being a rapper, Blood runs his own podcast named Lil Blood TV where he hosts artists and creatives from all over the country––giving a homegrown platform in the Bay to promote their work and careers.

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5X PLATINUM PRODUCER DIZZY BANKO RELEASES 2-PACK EP, “PSA”

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Today, 5x platinum producer Dizzy Banko released his 2-pack EP PSAavailable now for streaming. The EP is accompanied by a visual for the standout track “Expand” streaming now via YouTube. “Expand” is also produced by Dizzy with the visual being directed by Star Mazi. The single is also a follow up to the summer anthem produced by the rising star, “Can We Talk,” featuring Kai Cash and Devon Terrell. The newly released visual for the single is also now streaming via YouTube.

The self-produced track once again finds Dizzy in a lane all his own. With his New York upbringing heavily influencing the song’s production, Dizzy seamlessly flows over the bass heavy beat bringing a new sound to the city’s heavy drill scene. “Expand” is the perfect display of a true artist at work as the visual captures Dizzy in his natural environment, the studio.

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wifisfuneral Shares ‘4 Month Binge Before Revenge’

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wifisfuneral’s cerebral rap music probes his state of mind for an unfiltered accounting of his struggles and successes. Giving into his worst impulses in an attempt to cleanse his soul, wifisfuneral shares 4 Month Binge Before Revenge, his new project. The album receives its title from a recent spiral of depression, self-medication, and furious creativity, his vices fueling the music in his head. A return to the twisty rhymes and dark-night-of-the-soul vibes that endeared him to a massive fanbase as he ascended the South Florida underground, the new album follows a loose storyline, as wifi plunges into the depths of his psyche and emerges out the other end ready for blood.

“I’m not able to be as vulnerable when I’m sober,” says wifisfuneral. “When I’m under the influence, it’s easier to let it flow, it’s raw, it gets right out of my head. Self-medicating. This is the only way I’m able to do it right now.”

4 Month Binge Before Revenge is the first wifisfuneral album to feature his own production–the 25-year-old artist has a playful sense of melody, which he uses to create contrast between the music and its dark subject matter. Despite the frank depiction of mental illness and depression, wifi keeps things afloat with his pitch-black sense of humor and dexterous lyricism. On mixtape highlight and recent single “Ahhhh,” the rapper stacks quotable line after quotable line as he alternates high-powered flexes with self-searching. Along with his own production, wifi’s latest features contributions from frequent collaborators SegaBenda, and Hoku. Home to recent singles “Euphoria” and “Deadwalk,” 4 Month Binge Before Revenge is available everywhere via his new label living dead.

Emerging from South Florida’s fertile underground scene, wifisfuneral set himself apart with his soul-searching, dense, and lyrical songs. He built a loyal fanbase on SoundCloud and beyond, earning a place on 2018’s XXL Freshman list.  Now, wifi returns with a book full of diaristic rhymes and a chip on his shoulder, ready to once again prove his mettle in the unforgiving rap game.

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