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Wacotron Drops Debut Mixtape SMOKIN TEXAS & “Hole In A Cup” Video

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Wacotron has arrived with his debut mixtape SMOKIN TEXASexecutive produced by Southside and available everywhere via Pick Sick Records. We have a 420 Texas project on our hands, please enjoy at *high* volumes. Though Wacotron is a newcomer in the rap game, he’s a veteran in the streets, and the songs on SMOKIN TEXAS reflect the hard-earned wisdom of a self-made man. Tracks like “Air It Out,” “Coastin,” and “Gram And A Hoodie” will give you Wacotron’s more personal, lyrical moments, while “Hole In A Cup,” “Hold Up” and “Cut Me Up” will take you straight to the turn up. Wacotron’s lyricism is coy – it feels lowkey, but it’ll trick you! Two songs later you’ll say, “OH I see what you did there!,” and that’s what makes his music so exciting. There’s always something to pick out and dig for in his songwriting. My favorite line on the mixtape is on “Hold Up” when Wacotron rhymes, “When my daughter at the park’s the only time I let it slide.” And we can’t ignore the production! All of these bars riding over booming production from Southside, 808 Mafia, and Marshmello – it’s perfect. SMOKIN’ TEXAS features Wacotron’s previously released singles – “Cut Me Up,”“Take Off,”“Gram And A Hoodie,”“Toothpaste” and “Umbrella” ft. G Herbo & Marshmello.

Alongside SMOKIN TEXAS, Wacotron just dropped the video for the Marshmello produced “Hole In A Cup.” Directed by Donthypeme & We The Shooters, the new video displays the streetwise charisma that Wacotron’s fans have come to expect. “Hole In A Cup” is my favorite hook on the mixtape. SMOKIN TEXAS is available now via Pick Six Records!

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Night Lovell Releases New Album With ‘G59 Records’

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Ottawa-native and newly minted G59 Records ($uicideboys, Shakewell, Ramirez, Germ) signee Night Lovell has just released his debut studio project titled “Just Say You Don’t Care.” The LP serves as the long-awaited sequel to the critically acclaimed “Goodnight Lovell” which dropped in 2019.

“Just Say You Don’t Care” features more of the ominously sinister beats, deep vocals, and uncompromisingly dark vibes that his rabid fanbase is accustomed to. Two of the lead singles, “Alone” and “Counting Down The List” are already released with official videos on Lovell’s official YouTube channel with a third track titled “Bottom Top” releasing on April 9th. Combining an incantatory flow with a deep basso voice, Night Lovell is a master of mood. On his new album, the fast-rising Canadian rapper deepens his atmospheric approach as he comments on his burgeoning success.

Night Lovell has an exciting 2021 planned for his fans with major summer festivals and European tour dates to be announced shortly, and a spot on Grey Day Tour with $uicideboy$ this fall which will feature dates across North America, Europe, and Australia.

With 700k Instagram followers, over 650 million Spotify streams, and more than 200 million YouTube views to date, the JUNO Award-nominated Night Lovell is looking to continue to assert his dominance in the scene whether the industry is ready or not.

Stream “Just Say You Don’t Care” on your DSP of choice.

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Lil West Releases New ‘Final Home’ EP

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Finding his place at the forefront of the culture and among its outliers, critically acclaimed Delaware rapper and genre disruptor Lil West uncovers his anxiously awaited new EP, Final Home, via Republic Records today.
 
Listen to Final Home: HERE
 
The EP distills his unbelievable journey from D.I.Y. Soundcloud stalwart to the verge of a major breakthrough in six tracks. He set the stage for the arrival of Final Home with “West Side” and “Date A Star” boasting production by Steezy of iconic hip-hop production collective 808 MafiaGRUNGECAKE praised it as “relatable. Right out of the gate, Rap Basement also plugged “West Side,” and HotNewHipHop called it “summer-ready.
 
Elsewhere on the EP, Lil West launches into an instantly irresistible refrain on “Rosalia,” while he rides a woozy melody on the nocturnal bop “No Sunlight. Through and through, the project illuminates every facet of his dynamic signature sound.

Check it out here today!

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Antonio Breez Drops “I Didn’t Forget” EP

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Back with his 6th Push, Antonio Breez delivers a new 3 pack “I Didn’t Forget“. A 3 song collage produced by LA producer ocean Luciano. The 3 pack starts off with a freestyle by AB full of bars and lyrical wit, the second song “Freaky“ featuring Lord Ju, AB mixes east coast style hip hop and RNB with that LA funk, all while making a relevant sound of the new hip hop climate. Lastly, “On My Way“, the third song on the project is a turn up anthem for anyone with a dream who’s out there getting it. Stay tuned for more music by Antonio Breez in 2021, as this was just an appetizer. Stream the new project on all platforms, and follow @antoniobreez everywhere. 

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