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Pacman Da Gunman Releases “Less Is More” EP

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Pacman da Gunman of Nipsey Hussle’s All Money In No Money Out Records is an artist that has been a cornerstone of LA’s recent wave of outstanding talent. Today he arrives with his ‘Less Is More’ EP, filled with blockbuster features as well as solo tracks that show Pacman’s capabilities as an emcee continuing to rise through the ranks. Fresh off releasing club ready street bangers like “One Piece” Ft. Wale and “Did That” Ft. Icewear Vezzo, Pacman’s 8 track project is a short but heavy collection of records including the triumphant “Appealin” and the “Better Know” Remix featuring Blac Youngsta.

The project’s first single was a West Coast classic, the Mike & Keyz produced “Zero Tolerance”, featuring Nipsey Hussle and Mozzy. Coming up with Nipsey, Pacman learned the complicated ins and outs of the industry early on. Pacman grew up in the Crenshaw district of Los Angeles, the same neighbourhood as Nipsey. Their upbringing is what brought them together and Pac looks to continue instilling his values through his music. Pacman’s lead single “Never Gon Change” from his 2019 album ‘No Guts No Glory’ featured Nipsey, and was released one day before Nipsey’s fatal shooting. The music video was the last post on Nipsey’s instagram at the time of his passing which put a new spotlight on Pacman. His popularity has been growing rapidly since then as many begin to see what Nipsey saw in Pacman.

“I feel like the best music comes from experience,” Pacman said in an interview with Billboard. It’s that mantra that has allowed Pacman to become your favorite rapper’s rapper. Having an independent hustle, Pacman seeks his own collaborations and has been able to connect with artists of all sizes from all cities. ‘Less Is More’ is another incredible addition to a discography that’s not to be slept on. The project is available everywhere now via All Money In and Opposition.

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Dallas Riser Numbaa 7 Recruits Babyface Ray for Soulful “Difference” Single

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Following the footsteps of the late Mo3, Dallas rapper Numbaa 7 impresses with his Texas-fried brand of soulful trap. Echoing his mentor’s famous sentiment–”everybody ain’t your friend”–Numbaa 7 shares Difference,” his new single. Produced by Dallas stalwart Rob Stovall, “Difference” combines mournful piano with guitar, organ, and wailing saxophones to provide an ideal canvas for Numbaa 7’s drawly croon. Numbaa 7 counsels listeners to watch the people close to them for signs of their true intentions, while guest Babyface Ray warns aspiring VIPs to watch out for “cool-ass n****s.” “Difference” is the newest glimpse of Diary Of A Steppa, 7’s next album, coming July 15th via EMPIRE.

Born and raised in the Pleasant Grove section of Southeast Dallas, Numbaa 7 determined that the only way he could escape his circumstances was by picking up a mic and a pen. At the age of 16, rhyming under the name of YNB x Stretchgang, 7 released “Numbaa 7,” his debut single and anthem, racking up over 2 million streams across platforms. Despite his fast start, Numbaa 7 encountered personal and legal obstacles that nearly convinced him to give up on his rap dreams. That all changed when he met Mo3, the Dallas legend, who took him under his wing and signed him to H$M Music. After signing to H$M in 2019, Numbaa 7 quickly regained his regional bonafides, teaming with Mo3 for Play Wit ‘Em, a Dallas street hit that racked up over 5.6 million views on YouTube. Mo3 tragically passed away in November 2020, but since then, 7 has put in the work to further his mentor’s legacy, releasing singles like Control Us,” with Mo3 and fellow H$M artist MTM DonDonMurda Who” ft. Jackboy, and Chess,” which Sparky called a “Dallas anthem.”

With Diary Of A Steppa, 7 welcomes listeners into his world, carrying the flame for H$M as he builds his own legacy in Texas and beyond. Stay tuned for more.

Buy/Stream “Difference” ft. Babyface Ray today!

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Rising Rapper ARDN Makes An Escape Plan with “Paper”

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Blending athletic verbal dexterity with a sharp sense of storytelling and a facility with melodic flows, rising Edmonton-via-Burundi artist ARDN is the total package. Coming through with an aspirational anthem perfectly suited to rising temperatures, ARDN shares Paper,” his latest single. Built around a walking bassline that provides a perfect counterpart to ARDN’s vocals, “Paper” finds the rising artist effortlessly switching flows from melody to rapidfire rhymes and back. The artist’s virtuosic verse mixes impressive internal rhymes with cutting punchlines and flirtatious come ons, creating quotable quips purpose-built for social captions: “Ion ever miss, but if I ever do, you can guarantee I’m gonna put it back.” “Paper” is available everywhere via 11 Music Group.

“‘Paper’ is a song that describes a girl I have strong interest in, that is dealing with a number of struggles in her life,” explains ARDN. “I offer her an opportunity to escape, by taking on a new journey with me in which we’ll adventure, and grow rich together.”

ARDN continues, “I went to the studio one day to record, and my boy Tyler Banditt showed me this idea he came up with for me, with my other friends Mardi Woya and Mariano Zelaya. I was instantly hooked, and couldn’t get the melody out my head. After the session I rushed home and immediately started penning verses to compliment it and everything flowed effortlessly. I went back to the studio, we put it all together, and we both knew in that moment that we had just made something special.”

“Paper” continues a breakout year for the young emcee, marked by organic growth and augmented by viral success. Earlier this year, ARDN made waves on TikTok with his song Til The Morning,” which generated over 17k video creations and helped the song surpass 1.3 million streams on Spotify. ARDN’s follow-up single Jupiter & Mars” proved his staying power, generating over 1.2 million streams in two months and earning praise from Complex. His 2022 built on momentum created by his single “Wavin” (2.8 million Spotify streams) and its accompanying project “Alien”.

ARDN has been honing his craft for years, studying the music and movement of artist like Anderson .Paak, Smino, and J. Cole and filtering his influences through his experience as a child of immigrants and his prodigious talent. With much more music on deck, including an EP dropping at the end of the summer, ARDN is one of the most exciting artists in the game today.

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Flash Riviero feat. Roses Versatile Drops “Serving”

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Serving is a very energetic and fun track with a NewYork infused hip-hop style. This song has the perfect Tiktok hit elements, that’ll have you and your friends feeling confident. Produced by BlackSurfer.

Rush Riviero Gordon (Born May 4th, 1998) known professionally as Flash Riviero. Is a rapper, actor, singer, song writer and model born in Montego Bay Jamaica with a Nigerian, Korean, Chinese, Portuguese and Jamaican decent. Alias “Thee Blasian Flash”. He moved to America at the age of 2 years old. He began pursuing an interest in entertainment, acting and singing from a very young age and started taking his dream more seriously around the year 2015. Debuting his very first single in late 2019 called “Bop it Down Twerk” but previously having a handful of Songs on SoundCloud. Flash Riviero has just released his very first debut Ep in 2022 with lead single Serving featuring Roses Versatile.

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