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Rocko Ballin Pours His Heart Out On Highly-Anticipated EP LUCKY LAST BORN VOL. II

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Back when Hip-Hop was a battle between East or West, music was about who brought the heat both in and out of the booth; years later and the principle is still the same with an added element. Who can bring a new style of rap to the table? New York has continued to be the mecca of fashion, pillar of influence, and the inspiration behind some of music’s best. One of New York’s emerging artists, Rocko Ballin, has been making headway in the Drill&B scene and his latest EP, Lucky Last Born Vol II, is a testament to the type of pressure Ballin is applying in Hip-Hop.

The first installation of his EP series Lucky Last Born was a culmination of raw, gritty emotion interlaced with real life experiences propelling Ballin into creating a masterpiece that set the tone for records to come. Calling on fellow drill artist 26AR for the record “On My Shoulder” exhibits Rocko Ballin’s ability to create an organic sound that takes his artistry to new heights. “You’ve never been around now your close” is evidence that Rocko Ballin quite attentive and has a good head on his shoulders; he isn’t phased by those eager for a come up.

An introduction that created the path for Lucky Last Born Vol II to become the highly anticipated predecessor to Rocko Ballin’s debut. Most artists tend to stray away from revealing some of their most coveted secrets to maintain a persona. But from the jump, Rocko Ballin comes swinging with the first record of the EP “Bleed For Me” allowing himself to use music as a coping mechanism to deal with street trauma. At a certain point in life, we have all given ourselves to people who did not deserve it, which is something that Ballin knows all too well. “I got some n**s that I gave my all to but they let me down,” details being left in the gutter when all he needed was a helping hand.

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MH Nino Releases “HoodRich”

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Alabama native MH Nino releases his new single titled “HoodRich.” Listen now via YouTube and follow him on Instagram @MH.Nino.

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Kenny Muney and Dreezy Catch Feelings in “Nobody” Video

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With a fast-talking flow and a mischievous grin, Kenny Muney proudly carries the torch for Paper Route Empire. Exploring the euphoria that accompanies a new relationship, the Memphis rhymer teams up with Dreezy for “Nobody,” his new video. Produced by Ace Charisma, whose crisp guitar licks give the song a seductive swoon, “Nobody” is a romantic trap jam about an attraction so strong that it could make a player catch feelings: “Flying like a plane, you know she the co-pilot.” Dreezy provides the female perspective, matching Kenny’s melodic cadence and reveals how calculating she is about her romantic entanglements: “I’m bossy, but I’m independent/I’m bad to the bone but I’m good for his image.”

In the video, an iced-out Kenny Muney kicks back at a mansion in the hills, surrounded by models but only thinking about the object of his affections. Clad in all pink from her sunglasses to her shoes, Dreezy pulls up in an old school Cadillac, hell bent on proving that she’s worth obsessing over. At the end of the video, Kenny emerges from the mansion to steal Dreezy from directly under her man’s nose. “Nobody” is a highlight from Time Is Muney, the most recent mixtape by Kenny Muney.

Released in February, Time Is Muney is a project suited for headphones–the better to be mesmerized by Kenny’s hypnotic flows. The tape is home to recent singles like “Backend Freestyle,” a flex heavy track that allowed Muney to reintroduce himself to fans, both new and old, and “Worthless,” which received a tequila-fueled music video. Time Is Muney features guest appearances from Kenny’s PRE associates Big Moochie Grape and Key GlockTime Is Muney is available everywhere.

In the run up to Time Is Muney, the Paper Route Empire signee kept himself busy by releasing multiple singles, including “Lowkey,” “For Kenny,” “Long Time Coming,” and “Poppin It.” To kick off 2022, Kenny memorialized Dolph with “Role Model,” a touching tribute to Dolph which racked up over 1.7 million views on YouTube in its first two weeks, and appears on Time Is Muney, as well as the recent Paper Route Empire Presents: Long Live Dolph mixtape.

With Time Is Muney, Kenny Muney showed that he has the talent and determination to succeed in the Empire-building business. Stay tuned for more from Kenny Muney and Paper Route Empire.

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KAASH PAIGE DROPS NEW VISUAL TO “MISS MY DAWGS” FEATURING 6LACK

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Kaash Paige, the buzzworthy Dallas native whose distinct brand of “woozy R&B” inspires festival crowd-surfing, and serves as the soundtrack at Hollywood’s most exclusive late-night boîtes, releases visual to “Miss My Dawgs” featuring 6lack, available today via Def Jam Recordings.

‘Miss My Dawgs’ is just about missing family members,” Kaash says, “or missing long lost friends that you know you can’t hang out with anymore, but it can go for anything.”

“Miss My Dawgs” follows up “24 HRS”featuring Lil TJay, Kaash’s most recent project (released in May).  The song, she said, “is about taking risks. You got 24 hrs to finally do something you’ve been waiting for.”  The “24 HRS” video premiered exclusively on BET Soul and BET Jams, and screened live on the Paramount billboard in New York City’s Times Square.

“Miss My Dawgs,” “24 HRS,” and “Girlfriend” (released in April) point the way to Kaash’s highly anticipated new Def Jam long-player, details to be announced in the weeks and months ahead.  The upcoming release builds on the critical praise that has been pouring in for the 21-year old.  Rolling Stone praised Kaash’s “passionate … gorgeous” music, and NPR raved, “the woozy-sounding R&B songs produced by Grand Prairie’s Kaash Paige are reminiscent of artists like SZA and Kehlani.”  

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