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Spotlight: @CoachMeJoey and @Fmbdz1 get in trouble in “Time”

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Coach Joey and FMB DZ hurt some feelings in their new video for “Time.” The concept is quite simple, yet suprisingly hilarious. While their women fuss at them incessantly, Joey and DZ take turns displaying their incredilous and nonchalant looks while passing a phone back and forth, their individual verses changing when this happens. This strike of creativity extends to the camera work itself, directed by Mula Films and shot by Dontell Antonio. It looks to be one continous shot, filled with angry faces, blank stares, and skin tight jeans (on the ladies, of course).

The song itself is lean and clean. Joey brings the chopper-style flow while DZ’s slurred, guttoral delivery helps to offset Joey’s straightforward, charismatic offering. Combined with the track being only 1 minute and 42 seconds, you’ll want to run this one back a couple of times to make sure you caught everything.

You’ll want to watch the video for “Time.”

 

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Lokolil Drops “You Are My High”

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Bronx-based Rapper, Lokolil, a.k.a. Khalil Durden, is a rapid-rising new voice in the Rap scene, specifically within the City’s current popular ‘drill-sound.’ At only 21-years of age, Lokolil is doing everything he can to rise to the top, with an already developed style, sound, and look all of his own. He feels he has no need to chase the current trends or imitate those who might be more successful but nowhere near the same skill-set.

His latest drop comes in the form of a visual titled “You Are My High” — produced by Jay Kash, with the visual directed by JJ. The track shows Lokolil’s fiery passion for the craft, blended with his exciting flow and street experience. Off just a single listen, fans will see why Lokolil is here to stay and a soon-to-be household name. Quick comparisons include Kay Flock and 6ix9ine, but the NYC-native wants to show he’s in a lane of his own.

So get familiar and run up “You Are My High” below.

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Dax Tags Some Friends On His 1st Album ‘Pain Paints Paintings’

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Less than a week after wrapping his successful 10-city Self Proclaimed tour, Dax has unveiled that his debut studio album, “Pain Paints Paintings” dropped today. The 16-song project features supporting roles from Lecrae, Snow Tha Product, Nasty C, Yelawolf, Tom Macdonald and Clever. 

Thus far Dax had released just 2 singles from this long-awaited album, “Propaganda” Ft. Tom MacDonald (3.1M views) and “40 Days 40 Nights” Ft. Nasty C  (1.2M views.) “Propaganda” peaked at the #3 spot on iTunes Music for Hip Hop and trended in the US for 13 days. Nasty C’s huge popularity helped “40 Days 40 Nights” trend on Twitter in South Africa while also trending at #3 on YouTube for 7 days. The over 35K comments between the two visuals is a testament to the deeply personal relationship DAX shares with his world wide fanbase. They know the one thing they can count on from DAX is that he leaves it all on the field for them, each and every time.

Peep here!

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@MrBuckEm Drops “Big” as a visual

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MyPartnaDem Ent. presents Buckem’s new music video “Big.” Directed by Huey G of MadeSolid TV. Watch below via YouTube or stream the single on Spotify.

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