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Minneapolis’ own, NFL Trippp, blesses us with a surprise release of his highly anticipated EP, SLEEZY.
This one-track compilation of 6 off the top hitters is just a warm up for Trippp. With more new music on the way, NFL Trippp is sure to become one of the hottest upcoming artists by the end of the year.
Check out the new, SLEEZY, tape below and listen to more music from NFL Trippp, here!
Atlanta artist Prohaize has released a new fire single titled “Ovadose”. With an international sound and serenading vibe, this release is perfect for the summertime. Ovadose pulls from worldly sounds that bridge the gap between Afrobeat and his tasteful Atlanta flavor.
The bouncy, Afrobeat filled record, mixed with Prohaize’s smooth and confident delivery, are a match made in heaven. You will hear the Atlanta native harmonizing about a lady in an intoxicating way. Some lyrics that stand out the most are “Hooked on you, I’m hooked on you and I’m ’bout to Ovadose.”
“Ovadose” is by far Prohaize’s best work to date. As he shows off a softer side to his music, he does a great job connecting with his rising fan base. One thing is for certain, this artist has something special and will be an international success.
Tulsa, Oklahoma native and Atlanta based female artist Alexis Renee releases her new single “F’d Up”, which has caught fire overnight. “F’d Up” is a very straightforward record that embodies Alexis’ true feelings towards a loved ones decision making skills. This is the first release off her upcoming EP “Good Things Come In 4’s.”
“Spray Paint My Name On The Walls” is me claiming legendary status. In the hood, people spray paint legends name on the wall to pay homage to that person. I felt like the title was so catchy because I’m also painting pictures on every song. This project will resonate with my day one fans who fell in love with DOI1-2 because it’s that same type of gritty raw uncut flow that made them take a liking to me in the first place. It’s basically “going through it” music as I would call it. –Nefew