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Young Moe Proves He’s a ‘Real One’ On His New Mixtape

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Since he was 14, Young Moe (@YoungMoe_Lifehas used his unique life experiences to inspire his lyrical artistry. Many years later, the battle-tested recording artist delivers his 13th tape. The Alexandria, Virginia-bred MC speaks from his soul on every track. His newest mixtape, Real One, comes on the heels of his impressive run of singles in the last two years. The exciting project includes 19 tracks from the Egyptian-born rapper. 

Young Moe has made a name over the years for his consistency, work ethic, and ability to maintain relationships due to his deep-rooted loyalty. Over the years, Moe has collaborated with Platinum recording artists like Kevin GatesNo Cap, and Chief Keef. Therefore, it is no surprise that Young Moe could secure features from Chris BoYung Ru, and fellow DMV legends Fat Trel & Shy Glizzy on his new, highly anticipated full-length offering. With standout tracks like “No Fake Love,” “Not a Option,” and “7 AM in Alexandria,” the seasoned vet is showing no signs of slowing down during his 13th full-length offering.

Real One presents an in-depth look into the mindset of Young Moe’s most vulnerable thoughts and encounters. Young Moe came from humble beginnings, and they bleed throughout all 19 songs on his new mixtape. The Egyptian MC bared all on his new tape. He even included his wife’s and kids’ voices on his project. Young Moe further proved his authenticity by making the strategic decision to feature only DMV acts on his newest project. Moe’s snarling voice and poignant lyrics keep fans hanging onto every bar. As a practicing Muslim, Moe speaks to how his spirituality influences his actions and keeps him level-headed whilst making life-changing decisions daily in the streets. 

Press play on Real One to step into the world of one of Northern Virginia’s brightest stars today!

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Marques Houston Returns To R&B With New Single “Last Drop”

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Marques Houston returns to R&B after a two-year break with the buzzing new single “Last Drop.”

The 42-year-old entertainer is making a strong comeback with his new track from the upcoming album The Best Worst Year Ever. “Last Drop” is a romantic serenade that interpolates Tevin Campbell’s “Can We Talk.”

Houston sings, “I wanna be the one that you call when you’re feeling low / I wanna be the one you can call on, girl, that’s for sure.”

“I wanted to get back to my nostalgic roots by paying homage to one of my favorite songs of all time, ‘Can We Talk’ by Tevin Campbell,” said Houston about making the new track. “I love the way that song makes me feel and the power it has to take me back to a moment of my many crushes as a teen. I wanted to create a rendition of the song and make it today’s generation’s soundtrack for their crushes.”

“Last Drop” was co-written by Houston and Ryan Hirt, with Jeffrey Toney on production. The song’s video pays homage to classic R&B visuals, featuring scenes of Houston dancing and singing in the rain.

“Last Drop” follows the release of “Admit It” in January. Both tracks will be featured on Houston’s upcoming album, due later this year. Additionally, he is expected to announce a headlining tour soon.

His new project follows his 2022 EP, ME: Dark Water, which included collaborations with Ray J and Monteco. With “Last Drop,” Houston aims to reignite the excitement he once stirred as “Batman” of the 1990s boy band Immature, later known as IMx. This new single, released via Phoenix Music Group, marks his return to the music scene.

Stream Marques Houston’s new song “Last Drop” and watch the official video today.

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@uknowflyboi rips up the beat in “Boston Kreme”

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It’s no secret that rappers from Detroit are, honestly, carrying the game right now. Whether it’s inspiring Lil Yachty’s Concrete Boys or just providing the rap game with some of the most original flows around, it’s always a good time when their biggest artists drop new releases. 

One of those artists is Flyboi Rich — one of the city’s top rising artists with tens of thousands of organic listeners on Spotify. His new release, “Boston Kreme,” packs in energy like sardines in a tiny can, showcasing his trademark lyrical dexterity and previewing an exciting drop schedule that he plans to act on this year. 

Check out “Boston Kreme” below.

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Big YBA Show & Prove With ‘Definition Of Living’ Deluxe Album

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Upping the ante, NC representative Big YBA unloads the Deluxe edition of his most recent album the Definition of Living. Featuring five new tracks including “New York,” “For Your Love,” “Rap Assassin,” “Rebellious,” and “Cut ‘Em Off,” which was premiered by way of popular live performance platform Off The Curb, the enhanced body of work accents the original flawlessly.

Three months removed from his “Swag Surfin'” sampling collaboration “Hypnotic” featuring Rich The Kid signee SetitOff83 and the strategic seeding of LP standouts “30, “Rookie, “Lord Forgive Me,” “Venting Session,” “Mercy,” and “DOA,” the now 20 track collection of songs includes a lone guest appearance from GetRichZay while production duties are handled by Jozzex, KH Beatz, Maineestreamm, Prod No Heart, and Trippy XVI.

Raised in Durham, Big YBA is rapidly emerging as one of the most electrifying young artists from the Carolinas. With a brand built on authenticity, his versatility and melodic sound have allowed him to break through the industry release after release. Determined to experience success outside of his hometown, he views his personal and professional growth as motivation for listeners with similar ambitions.

Stream the Definition of Living (Deluxe) via Nu Nation / Vydia as well as watch his Off The Curb performance visual for “Cut ‘Em Off” after the jump.

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