Watch Lil $o$o Hot New Video, “Better Life”

Lunchbox Records’ Lil $o$o is quickly ascending to the mainstream radar with her undeniable look, sound and fanbase. Preparing for the release of her anticipated project, $o$o World, she releases a must-see visual for the lead single “Better Life.” In the new visual, the South Florida native takes fans into her world and shows us, if you believe in yourself and work hard, you can build your own world where all your wildest dreams come true.

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Produced by the all-star trio of Toju, TheOnlyDiet and Lunchmoney Lewis, Lil $o$o wrote the song to showcase her journey and where she plans to go. “I’m proud of this one, I wrote it by myself and got in a zone,” she says about making the debut track. “I’m focused on a mission to provide a better life for my son. Ain’t nobody stopping that.”

Signed to Billboard chart-topping recording artist Lunchmoney Lewis (Nicki Minaj, Doja Cat), Lil $o$o debut single is but a teaser of what to expect from the forthcoming album. The project will explore her transformation into a fiercely independent woman. “Better Life” is the perfect jump-on point for any newfound fan with her project slated to drop late-2021. In the meantime, enjoy the new video.

After watching “Better Life,” continue to follow Lil $o$o on social media for daily updates and more.

Experience $o$o’s World now. Check out the next big star in Hip Hop below.

Showrocka, Spek Arson teams up with Brucie , Kay Wattz, Dezi Da Bomb Diva , Lxvndr & Jayla Sings for “Big Hoop Energy”

Emerging New Haven, Connecticut-based emcee/all-around entertainer Showrocka assembled a team of the best emcees on his newest effort titled “Big Hoop Energy.” The track serves as the ultimate tribute to the female rappers who never get their just due and also a display of skill by these women who can hold their own with their male counterparts. Anchored by Showrocka and Spek Arson who help introduce listeners to the event, the starting lineup is made up of Brucie, Kay Wattz, Dezi Da Bomb Diva , Lxvndr and Jayla Sings.

The record is built on an anthemic backdrop ripe with a classic horn sample and heavy drum grooves that form the perfect canvass for the ladies to run wild with the pen. The flows are fiery and the lyrics are unfiltered so it’s nothing but utter verbal manslaughter as the ladies hold nothing back with their distinct voices and katana sharp lyrics.

Showrocka is currently active on internet battle platforms Str8sixteen and Emceegods, as well as being a content contributor and actor on the soon-to-be-released 4Bar Show featuring Joell Ortiz. Showrocka’s most recent full-length project entitled I Grew Up on Wu features Young Dirty Bastard , which was released in April.

Get “Big Hoop Energy” on Apple Music

 

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Derek Minor & Friends Have Some Fun In “Pull Up” Video

With his new project, I’m Lonely, dropping this Friday, fast-rising recording artist Derek Minor gives fans a preview of what to expect with the release of the hilarious new video, titled “Pull Up.” Directed by Ronye Brown & Brandon Boone, this feel-good visual stars Minor as a mysterious Lyft driver who “pulls up” on friends and we watch the jokes ensue throughout the entire car ride. You can stream the new single now on all DSPs via Reflection Music Group.

Between the calamities, Minor shines with slick humor and creative subject matter in the lyrics, which will have newfound fans amazed, intrigued and excited for the new project coming soon. Fans of the star will find the track appeal to be familiar to his 2011 work on Wiz Khalifa single “Taylor Gang” from the classic Cabin Fever tape.

Ahead of the project, Minor showing a different side of his artistry is perfect for newfound fans to explore his catalog and being their Oregon trail with I’m Lonely. For more on Derek Minor, follow him on social media.

Take a look at the new visual for “Pull Up” below.

Zion I ,Deuce Eclipse and DJ Vinroc bring us “Back To Life” [video]

Veteran Oakland, CA emcee Zion I¬† shares the visuals for his new single “Back To Life” which sees him working with Deuce Eclipse and DJ Vinroc. The track is an uplifting gem that aims to usher us into a new life as we slowly move away from the global pandemic. Bolstered by a rousing cinematic backdrop courtesy of DJ Vinroc, Zion I and Deuce Eclipse go to work on the mind with their evocative lyrics and smooth cadences.

The visual is engaging as well and makes extensive use of performance shots and smooth-cut scenes to capture the rapper’s raw energy.

“Back To Life” comes on the heels of Zion’s previous single “2 Eyes”

Get “Back To Life” on Apple Music,¬†Deezer,¬†Spotify

 

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Kings Cvstle and Dia Day put their “Pain In Pages ” [video]

London identical twin duo Kings Cvstle team up with singer Dia Day for this excellent, reflective single titled “Pain In Pages .” The track is built on a moody and somber texture that blends perfectly with the duo’s revealing and evocative lyrics as they explore their inner pain and struggles. Dia Day ties it all with her gripping soulful performance.

 

The visual has a reflective and cinematic aesthetic that makes it engaging . It makes use of several perfomance shots and also follows the trio around the city of London as they try to find balance and semblance of peace.

“Pain In Pages ” is taken from the duo’s forthcoming album due in November.

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Evidence Releases “Lost In Time (Park Jams)” Music Video

Today, the Los Angeles-based, world-renowned hip-hop pioneer¬†Evidence¬†releases a new music video, “Lost In Time (Park Jams),” marking the first visual released since his fourth solo studio album,¬†Unlearning Vol. 1, dropped on June 25 via Rhymesayers Entertainment.¬†

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Law’s spirit “Can’t Die”

Austrian emcee Law makes his entry on our site with this uplifting track titled “Can’t Die.” A mid-tempo track that details the tenacity of the human spirit and the need to believe in oneself at all times. The production here is horn-driven and is punchy to a degree but well-crafted to fit Law’s evocative lyrics and smooth flow.

Get “Can’t Die” on SoundCloud,

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Jayme Fortune shares new project ‘KTSA’

Jayme Fortune returns with a brand new project KTSA that sees him collaborating with longtime collaborator producer Gray Matter Beats. The 10 track body of work that follows his rap career and his eventual rebranding led him to do things differently.

The project opens up the moody track “Legacy” which details Fortune’s current stance on all things pertaining to his life. Shedding his old ways and adopting a new lifestyle is his modus operandi now and he wants the listener to know it from the jump. This is followed by the dark trippy trap jam “Bang” that displays the rapper’s resolve to take high risks for great rewards. In “Love we share” listeners hear a different side of Jayme Fortune as he teams up with vocalist James Hawkins for a smooth R&B infused track that dwells on keeping the peace within a blossoming relationship. On “White Gummi,” he takes time to reflect on the good times and keeps all the bad energy away over a dreamy lo-fi backdrop. Other solid tracks include the Spanish guitar-driven “Caged Birds” and the pop-infused somber cut “Stopwatch (Remastered)” where he stops to smell the roses and show appreciation to the people he loves before it’s too late.

Get KTSA on Apple Music//Bandcamp

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J.Meazy shares “bring thE pain” feat Brizz Rawsteen & “ca$h i$ thE rEa$on”

Emerging emcee J.Meazy proceeds to “bring thE pain” alongside Brizz Rawsteen on this Method man-inspired track. Flipping the same sample from the classic METH song, the duo bring out the proverbial big guns and lunge into action decimating the opposition with reckless abandon. The production is solid and makes use of a punchy drum groove with that legendary vocal-driven sample and the result is a pure lyrical massacre on wax.

Get “bring thE pain” on ¬†YouTube

 

“ca$h i$ thE rEa$on” is the second cut from J.Meazy and captures the rapper’s go-getter attitude. The rapper reminds listeners not to sleep on him as he is out to make bags by any means necessary. He also peppers the track with a healthy dose of bravado and an interpolation of the hook from Raekwon’s “Ice Cream” single. “ca$h i$ thE rEa$on” also samples the same piano loop from “Ice Cream” and flips it nicely into a thumping trap drum groove driven beat that will burst your speakers.

Get “ca$h i$ thE rEa$on” on Apple Music,¬†YouTube,¬†Deezer

 

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Bryson Williams shines over “Sweet Tea” [video]

Emerging emcee Bryson Williams shares the visuals for his new release titled “Sweet Tea” where he raps over a smooth soulful backdrop with vigor. The track explores his newfound awakening as he journeys to find his true identity during the global lockdown. He is quite honest and forthcoming on this track with vivid and evocative lyrics that brings listeners deep into his world.

 

The video is shot and edited by Kunai Chrome who makes use of extensive performance shots and wide angles to capture the rapper’s raw style.

Get “Sweet Tea” on all DSPs here.

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