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PHILLY’S OWN KUR UNVEILS NEW SINGLE & MUSIC VIDEO “LET’S TALK”

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After amassing millions of streams independently and earning co-signs from some of the biggest names in hip-hop, rising Philadelphia force of nature KUR reveals a new single and music video entitled “Let’s Talk” via Meek Mill’s DreamChasers and Roc Nation/Republic Records.

Watch and listen to “Let’s Talk:” HERE

The track revs up ominous production with the groan of four-wheeler motors. Meanwhile, he puts the pedal to the metal with a no-nonsense and uncompromising flow, bodying the beat tenaciously at every turn. The track culminates on a head-knocking hook as he urges, “Let’s talk. The accompanying visual brings his Philly to life with no shortage of wheelies, of course.

It paves the way for much more to come from KUR in the near future. 

Philly has its next championship contender now…

As the story goes, KUR first cut his teeth by leaving the competition speechless during lunchtime cyphers at W.B. Saul High School. Projects such as the Straight From The Kur mixtape and “Upside Down Cake” EP (where he murdered the beat for Drake’s “Poundcake” in multiple ways) led to the biggest hometown endorsement possible…Meek Mill shared lyrics from “33 Shots” on Twitter as KUR went on to participate in the 2016 BET Hip Hop Awards cypher with Sam BlackMs. Jade, Dave East, and Young M.A. Around the same time, he joined forces with New York phenomenon Dave East for the EP, Born Broke, Die Rich. 2019 saw him approach critical mass. His project Shakur spawned the infectious “Crack” and powerful “Soul” [feat. Mozzy], eclipsing 10 million cumulative global streams. On its heels, Spare Me vaulted to #14 on the Apple Music Hip-Hop and Rap Chart and #20 on the All Genres Chart. 

In the summer of 2019, Kur dropped Shakur, with the lead singles “Crack” and “Soul” [feat. Mozzy] helping propel the album to more than 10 million global streams. Not content to rest, the rapper surprised the world in the fall of 2019 with the release of Spare Me, which reach #14 on Apple Music’s Hip-Hop and Rap chart, #20 on its All Genres Chart and prompted Meek Mill to proclaim Kur as “the soul of Philly”. Signed to DreamChasers in partnership with Roc Nation and Republic, the 2021 LP It Shouldn’t Be Like This elevated his total streams passed 77 million.

Get ready for more from KUR soon!

Follow Kur on InstagramTwitterYouTube, and Spotify.

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From ‘604$tunna,’ 604Blizzy x Lil Jjay Drops “3AM” Visual

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604Blizzy, a fast-rising star in today’s hip hop, and Lil Jjay, another emerging star, link up to promote the new project, 604$tunna, with a new visual for their latest collaboration, “3AM.”

Available now on Double Up Entertainment, “3AM” shows the two new stars hitting the city in the freshest wardrobe with a pocket full of big faces and big boy rides. The two trade verses filled with slick talking, bravado, and warning of being the next big acts in today’s music. “3AM” is the perfect origin point for newfound fans of the two stars as they ascend to new heights and 604Blizzy’s album ascends to one of the hottest projects of 2023.

604$tunna is an eight-track collaboration project that features RJ Lamont, Al, and Intense. Along with “3AM,” the project includes other breakout tracks such as “Pourin’ Up In $icily,” “Triple Threat,” and “Grey Cup.” The new project follows 604Blizzy’s 2021 collaboration album, First Take with Intense.

From an early age, 604Blizzy immersed himself in the world of hip-hop, initially captivated by Tupac during his kindergarten years. His journey led him to develop a deep appreciation for Pimp C from UGK, as well as legendary figures in Houston rap and California’s G-funk and gangster rap scenes, including Spice 1 and Death Row Records. The culmination of these influences is evident in 604Blizzy’s music, a dynamic fusion of trap sounds heavily influenced by the Detroit scene.

Watch “3AM” below, and stream the full album, here.

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Iman Fandi Drops “Baseball Bat”

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Model/athlete/singer-songwriter Iman Fandi recently released her fifth single “Baseball Bat” under Universal Music. The 23-year-old daughter of Singaporean footballer legend Fandi Ahmad and South African-born former model Wendy Jacobs, Iman broke out as an artist in 2021 with her single “Timeframe” (watch the official music video on Youtube), followed by singles like “Love Me Little More” (stream on Youtube) which racked up over a million Spotify streams. “Baseball Bat” unveils a concealed side of Iman – a silent rebel amidst the glitz and glam of social media. Fearless and bold, she sings “When life sucks, makes you feel so bad – hit it right back like a baseball bat.” As a model, Iman has graced the cover of Harper’s BAZAAR and Elle Magazine, and is a familiar face to brands such as Louis Vuitton, Adidas, Coach, YSL Beauty and more. With exciting collaborations in the near future, Iman is currently working on her debut album, set for 2024.

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Ify P Reveals New Single “Swish”

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For all of the money getters and ballers of the world Ify P blesses you with a upbeat and vibish new track titled “Swish.” You can be crossing up people on the court and counting up racks with the gang if this latest offering from Ify P added to your daily music rotation.

It’s a fun and energetic single that showcases the potential hit making ability this DMV native has. It is so good that even NBA 2k24 has supported it and makes it a focal point every time you check turn on the game.

“Swish” also serves as a preview to the expansive amounts of music and moves Ify P plans to make in 2024. He wanted to end his 2023 with a bang and “Swish” sets himself up as a artist to watch out for 2024 and beyond.

Stream “Swish” below.

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