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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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Fredo Bang & Yungeen Ace Join DKE Author On His New Project “No Regrets”

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South Florida hip-hop artist DKE Author brings a level of introspection, humor, and character to his music. Having explored music as a child trying his hand at the piano, drums, and guitar, his future began to materialize. After graduating from high school in West Palm Beach, DKE earned a degree in Psychology but opted to shift gears, focusing on his first love of music. Now based in Miami, the 23-year-old phenom established his brand utilizing his artist moniker, with the DKE in his name an acronym for Dark Knight Empire.

Drawing inspiration from medieval times, where the Dark Knight was one of the most powerful figures in the kingdom, the historic reference speaks to DKE’s propensity for making an impact. The impact was certainly felt in 2019 when DKE released his breakout track “That Guy” which generated over 2 million streams and received airplay on SiriusXM’s Hip Hop Nation. DKE Author’s first mixtape Respect The Dark featured A-list contributions from Go Grizzly (Future, A Boogie), Hitmaka (Meek Mill, Big Sean), Smash David (Chris Brown, Khalid), and Quando Rondo. Piling up millions of streams, receiving critical acclaim and with momentum at an all-time high, DKE unveils his new project No Regrets.

The 15-song project finds DKE Author, the melodic wunderkind, floating through tracks with ease as he goes bar for bar over instrumentals produced by Yung Tago, Zach808, and more. DKE recently garnered success with his previously released singles “Revenue,” “Ghetto Love,” and “Fake Love” featuring Yungeen Ace which collectively amassed hundreds of thousands of streams across DSPs. Elsewhere on the project, artists like KaMillion appear on “Need A Thug” and Fredo Bang assists on “Act A Donkey.” Check out the project here and find out why Elevator Mag dubbed DKE, “a bonafide storyteller to craft relatable narratives over lavish soundscapes.”

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Jaccpot Records Drops ‘Jaccpot Compilation’

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Jaccpot Ent continues to make noise with their new project Jaccpot Compilation. The 10-song collection gives us relatable bars, harmonized R&B melodies, and true West Coast sentiments. With Tracks like “None Of That Shit”, Billy Boy Brody and DeSean Jackson turn us up with their lyricism over instrumentals. Paired with acoustic guitar sounds it’s one to turn up in the whip. As they stick to their California roots, DeSean Jackson, Casey Veggies and MelDogg take us to the Westside with its speaker banging bass and west coast slang on “Crenshaw Nigga” and “MTF.” Making sure to not exclude the ladies, the project finds ArmonieJAY vocalizing over repeated rhythms on tracks like “On Your Way,” a relatable ode for women who have it their way. From Trap to R&B, the Jaccpot artists show their versatility and give you a vibe for any occasion. Together they’re showing why there’s strength in numbers and a label to be reckoned with.

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Dripo Shares “Bad Hoe”

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Dripo is a story teller for the streets. He presents “Bad H*e”, which is the newest single from the young King. This ode to the baddest women he has ever seen is a vibe. Check out Dripo’s newest single available on all streaming platforms.

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