Don’t sleep on Big36oz and his gigantic record “Hong Kong”
Big36oz has dropped “HONGKONG” in the meantime, which was a track that came out of nowhere. He was in the studio working the beat and rapping about our country’s people.
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St Louis, Missouri; Milq Da Game Entertainment’s very own LIL STL, along with his team have built a crazy buzz and are still growing strong by spreading to other markets throughout the country! Having released various mixtape with big names; such as Swamp Izzo and Bigga Rankin as hosts, he has become a name synonymous with grind and talent. LIL STL has maintained that his biggest musical influence was and still is Pimp C and Bun B (UGK), which can be heard via his lyrics. Today we bring to you Lil STL’s summer single “Whitney & Bobby”, which has production by Dave The King and the video directed by Brandon Lovera. “Whitney & Bobby” is a fun track that depicts a lifestyle that is street driven, by using the names Whitney & Bobby as a metaphor for street drugs, not what one might expect, but LIL STL delivers once again. Press Play and support the track by downloading it/streaming it on all available sites.
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“Waterfall” is the first single off of Parallel’s debut EP Sunsets From Mars Is Blue to be released in fall of 2017. Born in Atlanta, GA and moved to LaGrange, GA at age 10, music was always a passion and very present in the home growing up. With inspirations from acts like Michael Jackson, Prince, Outkast and 50 cent, just to name a few, Parallel will definitely be force to be reckoned with in the near future. He sees himself as an artist that spreads positive vibrations with seductive melodies and melancholy raps. “Waterfall” stays true to how he defines his sound; press play, stream, and download the track. Don’t forget to be on the lookout for his debut EP.
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Latori Gentrez Williams was born and raised in Phenix City, Alabama. Phenix City is an All-American city with a rich history and has small dedication to a progressive future located one hour southwest of Atlanta. Growing up in Phenix City sports was my life. Playing sports kept me out the streets and kept me focus on finishing school. Sports also allowed me to hide my pain of my dad and both of my brothers that in which are doing Federal Prison time. In my early teens I lost an uncle that I looked to as a father, “Uncle Scoop”. Uncle Scoop led me to being the man and father that I am today to my four children. One of my best accomplishments was winning numerous awards and championships while attending high school. Other prestige’s award that I was won was “Rookie of Year, Best in Phenix City, Best Upcoming Artist, Best New Artist, Best Phenix City Contribution, Best Video of the Year, Best Single of the Year and Best Collaboration of the Year”.
Music has always been my escape for me. It allowed me write about my pain and issues that I deal with in life. Growing up I listened to a lot of artist. But the ones that inspired me the most was groups such as No-Limits, and Cash Money and artists such as Bun B, the late Pimp C and Tupac, Pastor Troy, Mr. ServeOn, Webbie and Boosie BadAzz. I have been asked numerous of times from fans and other artists about what makes me standout from other artist. I am quick to say that my craft, my style and grind is what set me apart from other artist.
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Have you heard the name Tajinder Singh??? Well, maybe you are more familiar with his alias, DJ SirTaj. DJ SirTaj migrated from the streets of India in the early 90’s and landed in the hip-hop mecca we all love, Atlanta, GA. He has formal training as a Music Engineer, yet is also a Punjabi-hop artist, producer, businessman, and known to drop massive rhymes. He has just released a record that combines Punjabi, Soul, and Hip-Hop; creating a sound unlike something we’ve not heard before titled “All Day”. “All Day” features Q.T., Slice 9, and DJ Funky; for the video, they highlight the trap lifestyle, which is not that far from the swag that our Indian friends have themselves. Checkout the video below and support the record, one of many new and interesting sounds coming from an unexpected yet surprisingly “Jack of All Trades”, DJ SirTaj.
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