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Why @ShamefulNatalie’s new song “100 Bands” Is Music For Your Ears

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Every so often, we step outside of our regular realm of sounds and gift our readers/listeners with something out of the ordinary. It keeps us, just as much as our readers, on our toes. We listen to so much, so, when we find a song that sounds unlike anything we’ve heard in recent days, we are eager to share it with the world. Today’s find comes from Natalie, an NY-based artist from Houston, and her new cut “100 Bands.” We’re going to keep it all the way real and give you three reasons why you should check it out.

Natalie knows her shit

Natalie grew up in both Chicago and Houston, meaning that she’s equally knowledgeable in drill music and the chopped and screwed scene. In a recent interview with ELEVATOR, she revealed that her music attempts to mix some of the stylings that she found in the DJ Screw tapes that she grew up on. There aren’t many people on this wave, so hearing that she’s learning from her influences should pique your interest.

Her sound is off the well-beaten path

Describing Natalie’s sound is a little harder than you could imagine. For all intents and purposes, lets just label it as “techno.” Natalie then brings in a number of creative touches that meld genres and make her music a product of all of them.

Her attention to detail is uncanny

Even something as simple as cover art, Natalie puts a hundred and ten percent in. “100 Bands”‘s cover  continues a theme that her last project SHAMEFUL utilized – a simplistic item-centric cover system. Her songs also sound similar in a sense that she’s writing her own musical series – all of the pieces connect in their own special ways. That’s what makes her one of the most special artists you’ve heard recently.

Listen to “100 Bands” below.

 

 

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NWG Sauve Ready To Set The Summer Off With “Dizzy”

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NWG Suaves’s first single of the year is “Dizzy” is sure to put him on the map as one to watch in 2022. “Dizzy”, produced by latest trailblazer DJ K.I.D, is a banger showing off NWG Suave’s raw sound and his skills as a lyricist. 

This single was highly anticipated after his last album Misunderstood got the attention it deserved from fans. NWG Sauve’s music is a raw mix of his life experiences and his creativity. Using his life experiences and everything he’s been through to send a message in his music, he wants his music to help listeners through their struggles. Having to overcome many obstacles and being motivated by his kids, NWG Suave has found music as a way to express himself and share his creativity. 

NWG Suave is ready to kick it into overdrive with a whole arsenal of music and projects locked and loaded he is ready to take over the year. As if collaborating with Hip Hops latest hottest DJ wasn’t enough, he has collabs on the way with artist like Sada baby, Icewear Vezzo, Cglizzy and more. He has been working hard to make sure everyone knows it’s his turn. 

Pay attention to NWG Suave this year!

Make sure to stream “Dizzy” and add it to your playlist now!

Follow him on IG @nwgsuave & YouTube @NWG Suave to see all of his latest releases.

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NEWEST QC SIGNEE ED DOLO DROPS DEBUT PROJECT

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Quality Control Music’s newest signee Ed Dolo has released his debut project Stuck In The Trap just a month after his signing was announced. Dolo is wasting no time proving he belongs amongst QC’s elite roster. Alongside the release, Dolo has shared the new video for the standout single “Dem Hoes”. Featuring production work from rap legend Juicy J, Dolo is undaunted, tackling the beat with the brash attitude and a growling drawl that is a highlight from Stuck In The Trap

On his debut QC project, Dolo shares: “This project is personal to me, you will hear me talk about growing up broke, my momma being sick, my daddy in out of jail most of my childhood, childhood friends getting killed, everything. This goal of the project is to motivate anybody who’s been through what I’ve been through & just showing them anything is possible.”

Following his first single, “Turn Me Up” released in April, Stuck In The Trap cements Dolo’s rapid ascension through the hip hop ranks. Joining Bankroll Freddie as the second QC member from Arkansas, Dolo has broadened the spotlight for the oft-overlooked Arkansas rap game. 

As a member of the group Dolo Gang, Ed Dolo received high recognition with his “FYLH Remix” feat. Dee Mula in 2018. Dolo has dropped many hit singles and mixtapes, building on his early success. Now, with the full support of the QC empire behind him, Ed Dolo aims to use his momentum to break through the barrier, cementing himself as an artist to watch in 2022.

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SossHouse Standout Jelly Announces ‘The Wolf of Peachtree 2,’ Links with Juicy J on New Single

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Jelly, the SOSSHOUSE stunner known as “Mr. Popular,” may have Jordan Belfort’s vibrant charisma and shrewd tenacity, but unlike that other “wolf,” he has the smooth elusiveness to stick around for a sequel. Returning to reprise his titular role, Jelly announces his next project, The Wolf of Peachtree 2, arriving May 27th. Entirely produced by long-time friend and mentor Pi’erre Bourne, who also contributes vocals to the project highlight “WYA,” The Wolf of Peachtree 2 refines Jelly’s cinematic style. Over Pi’erre’s genre-bending instrumentals and jaw-dropping transitions, Jelly delivers his most combative cadences yet on unrelenting project cuts like “Twin” and “Mumble Jumble.” Whereas Belfort’s wolf wakes up each morning with backaches and dry eyes, Peachtree’s wolf rises in a different fashion, as he kicks off “Pop It” rapping, “Woke up 10 o’clock, I’m feeling kinda pissed/The numbers just played, smoked a blunt, I dropped the fifth.”

Along with the project’s announcement, Jelly shares “Bubble Gum,” his new Juicy J-assisted single that puts the “peach” in “Peachtree.” A chirpy celebration of curvature coated in the influence of Three 6 Mafia, both in sound and subject matter, “Bubble Gum” sees the South Carolina native channel the immutable flows of Memphis’ underground with stunning efficacy. Never one to disappoint in the ponderance of posteriors, Juicy J delightfully enters the discussion on their common interest, rapping, “Damn, that a** bubbalicious/I had to smash two times, guess I’m double dipping.”

Jelly’s collaboration with Juicy J, who also lends his ear to the project as an engineer, helped to check an item off the rising rappers bucket list: “I linked up with Juicy J for the first time in December so that was cool meeting him,” says Jelly. “Me and Pi’erre love Juicy, Project Pat, and the whole Memphis wave they did. We pulled up, met Juicy — cool guy, real humble guy.” 

As the South Carolinian prepares to roll out his 12-track sequel to 2020’s The Wolf of Peachtree with Pi’erre Bourne behind the boards, stay tuned for The Wolf of Peachtree 2, arriving on May 27th via SOSSHOUSE

Stream “Bubble Gum” ft. Juicy J today!

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