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Philadelphia Songstress, Iah Mor, Delivers Fierce New Single, “Iah The Tiger”

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Over the Summer, Iah Mor dropped a handful of freestyles on Instagram including her scorching remix to Young Thug and Gunna’s “Ski” single. Today, the Philadelphia-based songstress returns with an original drop in the form of “Iah the Tiger.” The Don D-produced banger finds Iah taking aim at haters over a sample of Survivor’s 1982 hit single, “Eye of the Tiger.” 

“It’s a couple people I want to smack and this song helped me get that energy out. I can’t stand hating ass women. We take on too much weight in society to spend extra time putting each other down,” Iah shares with us.

Listen to “Iah the Tiger” below, and save on your preferred streaming platform here.

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Chicago’s J-Oats and Kaye Fox Come Together for New Single ‘FIRST LOVE’

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“First Love” is an ode to falling in love with Hip-Hop as well as your first love. Both Chicago natives J-Oats and Kaye Fox join for a dope track that’s written as if Hip-Hop were a woman. J-Oats reflects on his childhood and how music made him feel, once he began writing. For those unfamiliar with Kaye Fox, she’s part of No ID’s production team and is an accredited vocalist on songs with Ye, Common, J. Cole, Rick Ross, Big Sean, Nas and more. The video was directed by J-Oats with IAMMRLUCUS on cinematography.

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Gee Murda Shines Hard On ‘Rhythm & Rap’

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Richmond, Virginia-bred MC Gee Murda (@Geemurda) is picking up steam in his city after releasing his latest mixtape, Rhythm & Rap. The Cash Money/No Limit era-inspired project is 24 tracks long. He’s known for his gritty voice and real-life raps. Murda is always known around the area for his work in the streets, now, he is looking to become a household name in music. 

Tracks like “Vezzo Flow,” “Cook Up'” and “Switchy” have helped him garner a buzz that is becoming bigger and better each day. After growing up listening to rappers like Lil WayneBoosie, and Yo Gotti, his rags-to-riches dreams were built. Few people make it out of Virginia, but he is looking to become one of the few. He hopes to take his talents to the top and collaborate with NBA YoungboyKevin Gates, and more. 

Check out his latest mixtape before the release of MURDAMIND4 today!

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Trapland Pat Keeps on Truckin’ in “Road 2 Riches” Video

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With star qualities as unmistakable as his wide-eyed, iced out smile, Trapland Pat is cruising in a lane of his own. Returning with a full tank of gas and an endless supply of tropical vibes, the South Florida sensation shares his new video single, “Road 2 Riches.” Anchored by an instrumental from frequent collaborator Pepper Jack Zoe that makes steel drums resonate like organ pipes in a cathedral, “Road 2 Riches” finds Pat on a Waze route to the bag, with no time for detours: “They like, ‘Trap, you should scam,’ I’m like, ‘Scam why?’/23 hours for them birdies, that’s a damn job.” 

The KillerJack-directed video for “Road 2 Riches” leans into its automotive imagery at full throttle, as Pat’s diamond-studded smirk and Peterbilt rig turn I-95 into Ice Road Truckers. Making a pit stop to stock up on essentials like styrofoam cups and bundles of Black and Milds before embarking on his journey, Pat’s locks in once he gets behind the wheel. He’s got a long way to go and a short time to get there, but he’s money-bound, so watch Trapland run it up.

“Road 2 Riches” follows recent cuts like “Z Land” and “Vibes” as Pat’s first new music since he shared the acclaimed Trapnificent mixtape this past summer. Pat’s first release for Bang Biz and Alamo Records, Trapnificent rolls out the red carpet for a tasteful selection of guests, including Fredo Bang, who signed Pat to his imprint Bang Biz and appears twice on the tape, Sacramento street hero Mozzy, NYC Winners Circle maestro Eli Fross, and Memphis’ own BIG30Trapnificent earned praise from Pitchfork, who called the project a “zippy distillation of his regional roots” and said that Pat’s music is “extremely regionally and culturally specific, like so much exciting and promising new rap music.”

Ready to bring his searing street raps to a larger audience, Trapland Pat has the goods to be Broward County’s next big star.

Watch “Road 2 Riches” here!

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