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Etap Drops New Single On A Relationship Titled, “Material Vs Love”

https://soundcloud.com/etap-464734135/material-vs-love Etap has dropped a brand new single titled "Material Vs Love." The new single is a follow-up to the previous track, "My Passion." The single is unprecedented, as Etap has a unique vocal flow and knows how to...

NatStar Lives Up To anticipation and expectations on new album, The Code

https://open.spotify.com/album/0CgDlZhQUM7ixcCRjTNMKR?si=zwaY2Lr4QWC_ZqvYVfQFWw Don't use Spotify, Click HERE to your the platform of choice. Today we are featuring a highly anticipated album by international commercial artist NatStar. The talented artist is one big...

6en 6uckley Drops A Vibed Out EP, Titled, Red Sea

https://soundcloud.com/user-480258040/sets/red-sea-ep?ref=clipboard&p=i&c=1&si=67F88D6FDD054571899975A94562FC15&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing has dropped two brand new songs as an EP titled Red Sea. The...

KiingWavvyy Drops New Single “Bad Behavior”

https://soundcloud.com/kiingwavvyy/bad-behavior-prod-gerard 𝙆𝙞𝙞𝙣𝙜𝙒𝙖𝙫𝙫𝙮𝙮 has dropped a brand new single titled "Bad Behavior." The new single is a follow-up to the previously released single, Love War (prod. Louis).   "Bad Behavior" has a unique sound,...

Brooklyn emcee/producer JK1 presents “Overstood”, the new single from Hip-Hop Doesn’t Love You Back, his forthcoming debut solo album featuring A.G. of D.I.T.C. and Roc Doogie. Currently residing in Tampa Bay, FL, JK1 released three volumes of his 1st Come 1st Served series (Bandcamp) and produced the bulk of Queens emcee Truth’s 2016 album From Ashes To Kingdom Come (watch the music video for “New Type Of Something” featuring Sean Price). JK1 is a former member of Connecticut-based underground collective Antfarm Affiliates, and his former crew Phenetiks landed a spot on the Rawkus 50 in 2007. “The title Hip-Hop Doesn’t Love You Back started off as a joke that came from a conversation with a close friend,” JK1 says. “Basically talking about all the work we did together years ago, and the love we did it with. Fast forward a bit, and now it’s less of a joke and more of an acknowledgement of where things are with my personal relationship with music, and my surroundings. Last year I lost my wife and partner of 14 years to stage 4 cancer. I wasn’t going to finish this project, but after losing my wife… it’s one of very few things that kept me going. She’s my inspiration for everything I do going forward.”

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