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Video Spotlight: Lil Kappy Brings Back A Largely Forgotten Sound In “Spotted”

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It’s finally happened. Early 2010s drill has seen a semi-revival thanks to Lil Kappy and his magnetic new single “Spotted.” Trap rap made a transition into drill rap thanks to the massive Chicago movement, but it quickly left that for the cloudy, melodic, bass-thumping stylings utilized by artists like Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan. If you thought that drill music was washed away in the canals of time, I’m happy to tell you that you’re wrong. Lil Kappy does the convention justice.

Maybe it’s the bog standard trap beat embellished by Kappy’s vocals that make it a hit. Or his sheer energy that makes you want to continuously play the track back and revel in its simplicities; today’s complex releases make use of so many moving parts that by the time they end, listener’s are often confused.

One thing’s for certain, the visual plays a large part in the track’s power. It’s shot in crystal clear HD; better than some of the releases on VEVO. Seriously, Kappy’s camera could capture the germs resting on the kitchen cabinet. It’s that clear. And through this lens, we see some serious firepower. It’s classic drill props for a classic drill song. How can you not love it?

Check out the visual for “Spotted” below.

 

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YS Recruits BabyFace Ray & Fenix Flexin’ For “Hate Me”

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Compton’s YS is back with a new single further solidifying his Detroit ties as he collaborates with Platinum Producer Helluva once again. “Hate Me” features the self proclaimed Motor-City young OG Babyface Ray and LA staple Fenix Flexin (formerly of Shoreline Mafia). “Hate Me” is the first single from YS and Helluva’s highly anticipated project “Realer Than Real” which is expected to release in the next few months. 

The trio rap boastful bars about their lives and the envy the face. Babyface Ray kicks off his verse with  “I know these n***s hating, I feel em I’m living wavy, they know it ain’t no playing, they play me i’m demonstrating”. YS follows with his own earnest bars “principles that I stand on, gotta put my fam’ on, I’m plotting on my next move, they hoping that I fail though”. Fenix quickly explains the difference between him and others at the beginning of his verse by stating “I can never be you n***as I can’t fake the funk”. 

Directed by Wyatt Winfrey, the grainy 90’s handycam style visual takes place in a lofty space as the three artists casually lounge in their flyest fits and struggle to fit their wads of cash in their designer bags smoke copious amounts of blunts and record music.

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Jdot Breezy Releases “Tweak Sh*t 4”

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Jdot Breezy is one of the most notable artists coming out of the rising Jacksonville, Florida music scene. He’s become known for his fast-paced aggressive songs like “Tweak Shit” and is following that up with the visuals for “Tweak Shit 4”. The video perfectly compliments the song with bold angles and quick transitions.

The artist is clear he’s not afraid to cross any lines, delivering audacious declarations through-out the entire song. The video, directed by Leeza Ashley, is busy enough to keep viewers captivated — as he doesn’t take away from the boldness of his lyrics, forcing viewers to sit down and pay attention to the Jacksonville takeover.

“Tweak Shit 4” by Jdot Breezy is available exclusively on YouTube now! Watch below.

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@KevoSabe Drops “Target”

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Louisiana native Kevo Sabe releases his new visual titled “Target.” Watch the SS Filmz-directed video below and follow him on Instagram and Facebook.

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