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Video Spotlight: @MollyBrazy tones down the theatrics in “Ion Like You” video

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If you don’t know by now that Molly Brazy has haters, you’re under a rock. She addresses the phenomenon through her music often, always coming up with creative ways to hone in the fact that you shouldn’t fuck around with her. In her new video for “Ion Like You,” instead of angrily relaying the fact, she switches things up. Amidst the bouncy production that’s as skeletal as it is energetic, Molly calmly raps to the peasants. It’s refreshing, original, and, surprisingly, sexy.

There’s an accompanying visual that reinforces the fact that Molly’s past the theatrics, she’s sternly telling off the haters without any excessive force. It’s better this way; they understand the message, and, more importantly, casual listeners don’t feel put off. But on this outing, Molly feels more mature and her body language shows it. If you carefully watch the background, you can see rising star YBN Nahmir and posse vibing to the smooth release. Could there be a collaboration coming between the two? We’ll have to wait and see.

Check out Molly Brazy’s “Ion Like You” video below.

 

 

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@BandManKevo feat. WillGotTheJuice Flexes On “Stop Playing With Me”

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Chicago rapper Bandman Kevo released his new single/video “Stop Playing With Me” today, Bandman Kevo and WillGotTheJuice team up to let the world know they are nothing to be played with. Highlighting how they have the money game in a headlock, Kevo and Will rap about their lavish lifestyle and luxury.  “Stop Playing With Me” is available everywhere now — watch here.

Kevo’s journey to fortune and Internet fame traveled a long and consequential road. Raised in deep poverty on the Southside of Chicago, a product of his environment, he began engaging in small crimes for small paydays. Once Kev realized that the eldest employees who worked at the factory for over thirty years were still poor, he became disenchanted with an honest living. A younger employee introduced Kev to credit card and check fraud. For the next five years, Kev became one of Chicago’s biggest scammers. Before the age of 25, he was a millionaire as well as a Lamborghini, Maserati and condo owner. The local notoriety would land him in federal prison for three years on Bank Fraud charges.

Post prison, Kevo used a rap career to further grow his profile. Although he released songs with rap stars like Chief Keef (“Baller In Me”) and Soulja Boy (“All Foreign”), his calling as a financial guru was undeniable. On the back of his Only Fans supremacy, he now manages three of the site’s highest-grossing models (plus Youtube stars Will Got the Juice and CJ So Cool) and recently launched his very own subscription-based app Kevofans. Today, his net worth has surpassed his days of bank fraud. He owns a digital enterprise, homes in Atlanta and Miami, and a future book series for financial guidance. Only goal left for Bandman Kevo is billionaire or bust.

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@PGFShawt & @PopLord_ Drops “Track Meet”

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PGF Shawt revisits his Narcos mixtape by releasing a new music video for “Track Meet” featuring Pop Lord. Directed by Dre Cannonz. Produced by Quinn Wit The Keys.

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Devon The Chief’s latest release “TBH” offers listeners an authentic look at life from his point-of-view

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Devon The Chief offers a new perspective on his newest song “TBH.” The track, which features Twenty3Wayz, recounts their personal experiences throughout their life’s journey so far that have shaped their perspective. The subject matter of the song covers a plethora of things such as failed romances, betrayal, paranoia and grieving the loss of loved ones. Calling the emotionally vulnerable single his “realest song to date” in a recent interview, Devon shared the main goal for his message in the song was to simply express how he is “numb to the bullsh*t and still tryna heal.”

During Devon’s verse on “TBH” he raps “It’s just me and Twenty3[Wayz] and like twenty-three bitches” and the first half of this line is emphasized in the song’s visual as the two emcees are the only characters audiences are shown throughout the video’s entirety. As they each recite their reflective verses, viewers are taken between scenes of them chilling in their backyard playing dominoes, Devon sitting in contemplation in front of a Catholic Church and both artists flexing their riches by their cars in the middle of the desert. There are also scenes of them being posted up in the hallways of their crib under different hues of blue and green lights that seem to go hand-in-hand with the overall vibes of the song. 

“TBH” is the follow up track coming after Devon’s last release “Myself, Pt. 2.” He has much more in the works such as another collaboration with Lil Bean and plans to put out an entire tape this September. Be sure to follow him @devonthechief for more updates.

Stream “TBH” here

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