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Sean Cole – “It’s Lit”

Minnesota native, Sean Cole, surprises us with brand new music as he drops off a new club banger titled, “It’s Lit.” 

 Listen to the new single below, and listen to more music from Sean Cole via Spotify

Twitter: 
@seancoletweet

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King Finnesse – “Party Started”

With a lyrical flow that embraces substance and purpose, Los Angeles-based rapper King Finnesse sets out to redefine Hip Hop with his empowering blend of beats and bars.

Growing up in between New York and New Jersey, King Finnesse’s musical beginnings began in his dad’s studio. It was here where he would cut his teeth learning the art of freestyle. He cites his father as a pivotal figure who influenced him to take the road less travelled, and to create music with a message. Consequently, purpose and emotion echo throughout his music, which are underpinned by an aura of positive and good time vibes.

His, Finnesse The World, project is on the way!

In the meantime, you can stream, “Party Started,” here, and check out the official video below!

JohnstonTwinss – “Can’t Be Serious”

After announcing their forthcoming The Big Bang Party project in PhiladelphiaNew Jersey based YouTube stars Jayda and Jayna, known as the JohnstonTwinss, release a new single for their fans titled “Can’t Be Serious.” 

With club ready production courtesy of Hotman, the Twinss make a bold statement while sending a positive message.  “We wanted to make a song that our friends and supporters could turn up to. “Can’t Be Serious” is really our first single and we wanted to do something swaggy and edgy where we could create an anthem for everyone to feel confident in themselves. Especially for girls just like us!,” the JohnstonTwinss share with us.  Stream the new single below, and revisit their debut music video (280K views)

“Everlasting Best Friends” here. Buy “Can’t Be Serious” on iTunes here!

Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/johnstontwinss/

Malik Ninety Five – “Friend Or Foe”

New Orleans up and coming rapper, Malik Ninety Five, questions people’s loyalty on his new track, “Friend or Foe.”

“I had left Los Angeles in September and got the track from one of my collaborators Benny Hennessy. It took me about a day to sit on the track then I went in, and freestyled the entire thing.

It was inspired by interactions with two woman at different points in my life who  I thought were going to be there for it all, but in the back of my mind knowing one day it will all one day go back to normal with them jumping back on the scene, as I begin to question who’s really here for me. Who’s a Friend or Foe.” –
Malik Tells Us. 

Stay tuned forMalik Ninety Five’s forthcoming project, Tides and Rapture dropping sometime in Spring 2020. 

In the meantime, check out, “Friend Or Foe,” below and more music from Malik Ninety Five via SoundCloud

Twitter:
@MalikNinetyFive

Philly Blocks – “Days Of Our Lives”

Louisville, Kentucky artist, Philly Blocks, is back with a brand new single titled, “Days Of Our Lives.”

The new hood anthem has Philly reflecting on the ups and downs of growing up in the streets and everything that comes with that lifestyle.

Check out the new single, “Days Of Our Lives,” below, and more music from Philly Blocks via SoundCloud.

https://audiomack.com/song/mixtape-republic/days-of-our-lives

Twitter:
@PhillyBlocks

Dappa Ft. Kur – “Point Eight (Prod. By @InfamousRel)”

Philadelphia Artist Dappa Calls On Kur for their brand new collab trap banger titled, “Point Eight.”

“We [Kur and I] record at the same studio. InfamousRel came through played some fire for us and it made sense. Both had respect for each other’s craft for a while. It was long overdue.” Dappa Tells Us

Check out “Point Eight,” below and listen to more music from Dappa via SoundCloud.

Twitter:
@RealDappa
@Kur7947

Yucifer – “Racks (Official Video)”

Up and coming artist, Yucifer, shares with us the official video to his debut single, “Racks.”

The London based artist drew inspiration from a series of events that lead to a breaking point in the form of this song. 

He soon realized he had a lot of things to express and to avoid poisoning himself further with the things that he had held inside.

Creating music has been that release.

Written from a personal space of struggle, ‘Racks’ was created as a vital form of self-expression. Yucifer describes the writing process as something that “just felt natural, I just snapped and spat it all out at once.” This release is the cataclysm of depression and anger.” – Says Yucifer

Watch the official video below and listen to more Yucifer via SoundCloud

Twitter:
@triples6is

Fred Reed – “Friend Back (Official Video)”

Delaware representer, Fred Reed, shares with us the official video for his new single, “Friend Back.”

Raised primarily by his mother, who occasionally struggled to provide, Fred knew at an early age he wanted to help his family and provide a better life for them. He found that opportunity in music.

“I was inspired to write ‘Friend Back’ after my own relationship problems. In the beginning of a relationship everything is fun and good, but when you lose that feeling you have to get you friend back… you have to become friends again. We can talk about anything.. we can be open and be ourselves again. So the song is about wanting my relationship to be the way it was in the beginning and keeping the candles lit.” – Fred Reed

Watch the official new video for, “Friend Back,” below!

Twitter:
@Team_FredReed

NFL Trippp – “Potential”

Minneapolis Artist, NFL Trippp, delivers his first official single of 2020 with his newest hit, “Potential.”

The midwest representer presents a story of wanting to love a women in the face of all the negative connotations and baggage that comes with a new partner’s pass. 

Despite all that, she has P O T E N T I A L

Listen to the new single below, and stay tuned for more music from NFL Trippp on the way. 

Twitter:
@NFLTrippp

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