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Pi’erre Bourne Makes the Uber Jump in “DJ In The Car” Video

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GRAMMY® Award Winning Producer / Rapper, and SossHouse CEO, Pi’erre Bourne returns today with “DJ In The Car,” his first new music video of 2023. A danceable highlight from his 2022 album Good Movie, available now HERE, “DJ In The Car” showcases Bourne’s melodic mastery as he tauntingly sings about how his ex can’t help but love his music: “Her favorite song, she hate I made it, yeah/She told her best friend, ‘Please don’t play this.'”

Directed by Latemilk, the new video takes inspiration from Pi’erre’s high-flying lifestyle. The newly-announced Coachella 2023 performer takes a trip in his souped-up foreign and performs in front of speaker stacks taller than an apartment building, while a group of young women “get it right” in an Uber at the end of the night. By the end of the video, the entire city vibrates to the sounds of Pi’erre’s candy-colored synths and effortlessly funky 808s.

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“DJ In The Car” is one of many highlights on Good Movie that show how Pi’erre has evolved as a producer. Songs like “What I Gotta Do” and “Where You Going”–which arrives with a video live at 12pm ET/9am PT on Pi’erre’s YouTube channel–incorporate elements of Jersey/Philly club music into his atmospheric trap sound, while kinetic songs like “Moving Too Fast” ft. Young Nudy and “SossHouse Party” are natural next steps for his candy-coated signature sound. Simple and emphatic, words spill out of the rapper effortlessly–on “Kingdom Hall,” he stacks outlandish metaphor after outlandish metaphor, intoning “Shakes-pi’erre, Romeo & Juliet/She may die for the kid.”  Featuring an additional guest spot from Don Toliver on “Psane,” Good Movie is available everywhere via SossHouse/Interscope Records.

The crowning salvo in a productive 2022, Good Movie follows the release of Pi’erre’s latest collaborative project with legendary artist Juicy J titled, Space Age Pimpin. The project received critical acclaim from PitchforkThe FaderStereogumComplexHypebeastUPROXXPaste Magazine, and many more. Listen HERE. In 2021, he released Yo!88, a joint project from the Grammy® winner and fellow production legend TM88. On tracks like “Block Boy,” their fusion is rendered to its fullest effect as Bourne provides the infectious song structure and TM88 laces him with video game synths that make big balling sound like an adventure. Pi’erre Bourne has established himself as one of rap’s most inventive producers, and he flashed his behind-the-boards prowess once again with his production on EA Monster, the critically acclaimed album by Young Nudy, including on highlights “Kit Kat” and “No Chaser.”

As well as crafting beats for the likes of Playboi Carti, Lil Uzi Vert, and more, he also dropped acclaimed solo projects The Life of Pi’erre 4 and The Life of Pi’erre 5, which was hailed as one of the “Best Albums of 2021” by NPR, Complex, Rolling Stone, and XXL. In addition to releasing music, Pi’erre is the founder and CEO of his own SossHouse imprint – home to artists like Chavo and Sharc. His momentum keeps building as he levels up as a songwriter, and Good Movie is another high-water mark.

Stay tuned for much, much more from the superstar polymath as 2023 moves along, including his first-ever performance at Coachella.

Watch “DJ In The Car” here!

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SWAVY RETURNS WITH “OUT OF LINE”, HIS NEW VIDEO SINGLE

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With a melodic ear as unmistakable as his distinctive vocals, Swavy is cruising in a lane of his own. Returning with a full tank of gas and an endless supply of vibes, the Toronto emcee shares his new video single, “Out Of Line”; watch HERE. Anchored by an instrumental from producer HP.Wave that finds Swavy alternating between rapping and singing in his expressive church-trained tenor, Swavy weaves within plaintive piano chords and a soulful bass, venting his new reality while navigating around his newfound fame. Listen to the new song HERE.
 
The video directed by Malique Stone is presented as a piece of immersive journalism, inviting listeners to Swavy’s perilous home turf, alternating between shots of him posted up at the local convenience store to sitting in the back of the Maybach demonstrating how far he’s come. Coupled with his recent success, the video offers an inspiring message: after a lifetime of fighting through the darkness, Swavy might finally see a silver lining.
 
Emerging from Toronto’s fertile underground scene, Swavy set himself apart with his soul-searching, relatable, melodic tempo. Beloved in his city and co-signed by the likes of Drake, Meek Mill, and Popcaan just to name a few, Swavy is ready to achieve his lofty ambitions.
 
Stay tuned for much more from Swavy coming soon.

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MBNel Shares an Uplifting Message from Overseas in “Don’t Say” Video

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Winning fans with his raw honesty and melodic mastery, MBNel plans to rise from the streets of Stockton to the mainstream. Continuing to defy expectations in his upward trajectory from the trenches, MBNel shares “Don’t Say,” his new single and music video. A piano-led anthem with rumbling bass and ethereal vocal samples, “Don’t Say” provides Nel with the opportunity to reflect on how far he’s come, sharing stories from the struggle and contrasting them with his recent success: “Designer clothes for all the times I used to borrow clothes/They tried to set the play, I hit that audible.” In the video, Nel shares dispatches from his global travels–he navigated Amsterdam in a Rolls Royce, and jetted off to the Cayman Island to catch some rays (and some chickens).

His first new song of the New Year, “Don’t Say” arrives on the road to Started In The South, the Stockton, CA native’s next EP. Arriving during a period of sustained growth from Nel, the new EP finds him reflecting on his success and paying homage to the streets that raised him. The “south” in the EP’s title refers to its position at the bottom of the map–Nel started at the bottom, but he’s quickly emerging from his circumstances off the strength of his authentic anthems. Featuring an appearance from OTF standout Doodie LoStarted In The South is coming soon via Muddy Boyz/EMPIRE.

MBNel ended 2022 on a hot streak, releasing songs like the devastating ballad “Fadeaway,” dedicated to the memory of a fan who recently passed away, and Toxic,” a relationship drama and duet with the rising singer Haben. Born and raised in Stockton, a city in Central Cali with a busy rap scene, MBNel built a reputation on the West Coast for his combination of hummable melodies and relatable trench tales. The 25-year-old artist has a loyal following who respond to his naked authenticity, a quality on display on his 2021 project No Hard Feelings. In the wake of last year’s success, Nel is challenging himself artistically, pushing the boundaries of his sound as he continues to express his truth.

Stay tuned for more from MBNel.

Watch “Don’t Say” here!

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SleazyWorld Go Returns With Heater “Robbers & Villains”

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2023 is set to be a landmark year for Kansas City’s SleazyWorld Go, who was announced by Spotify as an Artist To Watch in 2023, and last week iHeartRadio announced him as nominee for Best New Hip Hop Artist. Today, he continues his winning streak with the release of “Robbers & Villains,” a tight 2-minute heater about expecting the unexpected, growing up in an environment like he did in Grand Rapids, MI, and then later in Kansas City, MO. He pairs hard-hitting bars with sinister humor, making bangers that have real street wisdom behind them — a skill that Sleazy’s already proven to master on last year’s “Sleazy Flow.” In the video for “Robbers & Villains,” Sleazy takes it back home to Kansas City and mobs around town with his crew, directed by Jerry Production. 

2022 was a huge year for SleazyWorld Go — “Sleazy Flow,” earned him first a co-sign then feature from Lil Baby, his first #1 on Urban Radio, and his first RIAA certified platinum plaque. While “Sleazy Flow,” set Sleazy up for success, he proved he’s here for the long haul on Where The Shooters Be. WTSB has star studded features like Lil Baby, G Herbo, Offset, Rich The Kid, and more, but it also boasts 20 tracks that showcase Sleazy’s versatility. There are hard hitting rap bangers like “Free YSL,” songs for the ladies like “Different,” and he gets sentimental about his success and how far he’s come on “Public Housing.” 

SleazyWorld Go’s rise to stardom began in 2019, following a personal transformation behind bars. The artist whose mom moved his family from Grand Rapids, Michigan, to Kansas City, Missouri, searching for a better life, wanted to move in a positive direction. Music was his method. He began parsing a dynamic range of songs on social media and cultivating a fanbase. Ahead of all that 2023 has in store for him, Sleazy asserts, “I want to keep breaking barriers and doing what hasn’t been done.”

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