v!n$ynT Drops A Powerful Message Album Titled Social Vandalism

https://open.spotify.com/album/0WJqM2WAmcfwrGV3O5gVnS?si=w74E-zCURG66cO_eWwoQog With the start of a new voicemail, on 14-track album, Social Vandalism, Washington D.C. artist v!n$ynT speaks his mind about the recent events of Covid-19, which somehow sparked more...

Samie Bower’s new 2020 Release “Skyline” And A Tease Of A New Album In The Works.

https://open.spotify.com/track/4H5fX3oM0SEFdIJlE7XQqO?si=ILWOJk6MQLWbwKlMxaJx3Q Samie Bower has dropped a brand new track titled "Skyline," which contains a feel-good hook, and tasty vibes. The song has an R&B feeling with an injection of hip hop and, in all,...

Sirreal X GA X Phantom Track “Ballin” Hits Us With a Confident Trap Vibe.

https://soundcloud.com/sirrealdajuicemane/phantom-sirreal-ballin-official-audio Sirreal X GA X Phantom has dropped a track titled "Ballin" on Sirreal SoundCloud account. The artists have a unique, hard sound that continues on this release. "Ballin" starts with two 808...

Travis Ford Drops Visuals For HOOD WIT PALM TREEZ Hosted By Jadakiss

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1DxS5Y1mpc&feature=youtu.be Travis Ford has dropped visuals for single "HOOD WIT PALM TREEZ," and the production is hosted by the New York legend Hip Hop Artists Jadakiss. Jadakiss also shouts out to Travis Ford and the single...

bon3 Drops New Single “heartache” Featuring WaveRobert

https://soundcloud.com/bon3productions/lovesick-ft-waverob-prod-fantom-bon3xprod-on-ig bon3 has dropped a brand new single featuring WaveRobert, and the new track is a follow up to the previous release title, "heartache" (prod. Fantom). "lovesick" (prod. Fantom) was...

Durham, North Carolina – Misundastood has been an artist of integrity with ongoing releases displaying his unique variety of styles and shock like lyrics.

The North Carolina artist has recently dropped a release titled “Moonwalkin.” The track features an iconic stereo dub hook:

“Moonwalkin all my haters think I’m Michael Jackson.”

The track can be described as satirically. We caught up with Misundastood as he explains the track is a debate between to people in two different characters, as he (Misundastood ) takes the final verse to let them know he has his own sound.

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