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@sabiseason Doesn’t Need “Nobody” As He Impresses With New Single

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$abi, previously known as Kenji, has been putting on for New Jersey for years. Today $abi is back with yet another track and video titled “Nobody”

$abi is one of the east coast’s top artist prospects. Hailing from NJ aka Hu$tle County, the young artist has continued to drop new music with hot new visuals during the pandemic, and into 2022. Formally known as Kenji, $abi is now reintroducing himself this year with a new name and a new and improved sound. 

In his latest track, $abi uses lyrics like “Came from the ground like an ivy, but the higher I got it got cloudy” to explain the highs and lows that he goes through in his everyday life, the music industry, and being an artist.

Please join us in support of $abi’s new track “Nobody” and be sure to stay tuned for what he has planned for 2022!

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Big Moochie Grape Flexes Heavy in “Never Had Sh*t”

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Growing up in rough and tumble East Memphis, Big Moochie Grape needed to hustle hard to escape the circumstances of his birth. Recounting his rise from squalor to baller, Moochie shares Never Had Sh*t,” his new video single. Produced by Bandplay, who layers sliding bass and twinkling keys over hard-hitting 808s and snares, “Never Had Sh*t” finds Moochie locked in, marveling at how far he’s come and celebrating his status as the People’s Champ of Memphis: “Come to my hood, they treat me like I’m Jesus/And I keep me a bunch of disciples.” In the video, Moochie relaxes with a bevy of baddies in a Hollywood mansion and practices his golf game. Coming hot on the heels of last week’s I’m The One,” “Never Had Sh*t” is the latest release from East Haiti Baby, Moochie’s next mixtape, coming May 27th via Paper Route Empire.

Chronicling Big Moochie Grape’s evolution from East Memphis hustler to budding rap star, East Haiti Baby chronicles Moochie’s rise from the trap to the top, showcasing the street acumen and sly grin that endeared him to Young Dolph, who handpicked him for his label. The upcoming tape gets a lift from Moochie’s larger-than-life charisma–throughout the mixtape, Moochie compares himself to figures like Ric Flair, Biggie Smalls, and even Joe Biden, making those grandiose comparisons feel natural. Big Moochie brings the family for East Haiti Baby, welcoming guest spots from fellow PRE rappers Key Glock and Kenny Muney, plus an appearance from Young Dolph himself. Continuing a dominant year for Paper Route Empire as they honor Dolph’s legacy, East Haiti Baby arrives on May 27th via Paper Route Empire.

Big Moochie Grape burst onto the scene in 2020 with Eat Or Get Atean hard-hitting EP that earned coverage in XXLUPROXX2DopeBoyzHotNewHipHop, and more. Home to singles like Big Juice” and Uh Huh Uh Huh Uh Huh” (4.4 million views), Eat Or Get Ate established Moochie as one of PRE’s most valuable players. The rapper returned with a vengeance on Paper Route Empire’s PAPER ROUTE iLLUMINATi mixtape, turning in highlight tracks like Illuminati Business” and Non Stop” (1.2 million views), and made his mark on Paper Route Empire Presents: Long Live Dolphdelivering the powerful and defiant In Dolph We Trust (1.4 million YouTube views).

With East Haiti Baby on the way, Big Moochie Grape is determined to hit it big and keep Paper Route Empire’s winning streak going. Stay tuned for more in the coming weeks.

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MAXO KREAM DROPS “JIGGA DAME” TRACK AND VISUAL

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Houston rapper Maxo Kream drops new track and visual “JIGGA DAME” via Big Persona/88 Classic/RCA Records. Recently, Maxo hit the road on his Big Persona Tourwhich ended this past Saturday in his home state of Texas. During the tour, Maxo was also a part of various festivals including Coachellaand SXSW, the later in partnership with NPR for his first-ever NPR Tiny Desk.

Watch “JIGGA DAME” HERE.

This past year Maxo shared his highly anticipated and critically acclaimed albumWEIGHT OF THE WORLD (WOTW), which had major features including Tyler, the Creator, Monaleo, A$AP Rocky, Freddie Gibbs, and Don Toliver. It garnered press attention from The Fader, Stereogum, Paste, Complex, Brooklyn Vegan, Uproxx, Spin, Flood, Houstonia, and received an 8.0 on PitchforkWOTW has a distinctly more serious and purposeful tone than its predecessor as it details the events that have happened after the tragic passing of his brother, Mmadu Biosah. Maxo starkly pours his experiences and grievances throughout the album, detailing the ups and downs of a new life without his late brother and overcoming many obstacles. 

Since his debut in 2015, Maxo has evolved into one of the rap’s most acclaimed and respected emcees, earning a reputation as a storyteller for his detailed accounts of his dark past. His 2018 album Punken earned ‘Best of 2018’ plaudits from PitchforkNoiseyThe AV ClubFACT Mag, and more. Then, he released his critically-acclaimed major label debut Brandon Banks in July 2019 which broke the Billboard 200. What continues be a mainstay and one of the most prominent things about Maxo is his raw bars and storytelling abilities as he grapples with different circumstances that happen throughout his life.


Listen to “JIGGA DAME”and check out his latest album WEIGHT OF THE WORLD.

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PGF Shawt Ft. OG Kurb, Frank Kastle13 & Liek Baby Releases “Bag Drop”

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PGF Shawt teams up with OG Kurb, Frank Kastle13 & Liek Baby for his new single and music video titled “Bag Drop.” His new album The Resurrection of Chad Butler is scheduled for release later this year. Watch below via YouTube and follow him on social media @PGFShawt.

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