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J.R.Clark – Friday Slide [Music Video]

Virginia Beach rapper J.R.Clark introduces a smooth G-Funk influenced new song “Friday Slide.”  The track releases alongside a music video…

Virginia Beach rapper J.R.Clark introduces a smooth G-Funk influenced new song “Friday Slide.”  The track releases alongside a music video directed by Trill and features J.R.Clark pouring up before he hits the hookah lounge and kicks off the weekend in a major way. J.R.Clark has performed at Virginia’s popular Z104 Shaggfest radio show alongside 50 Cent and Pusha T. He’s also opened up in his hometown for Da Baby and collaborated with rappers like Stalley and Smoke DZA. He’s a new artist to watch and his upcoming mixtape 4EVA Chill But LiT will be available on April 10th.

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Fat Meech (@TheRealFatMeech) – “Dirty Scale”

Recently Fat Meech delivered the streets a new single titled, “Dirty Scale.” The single is the most recent in a slew of hits by…

Recently Fat Meech delivered the streets a new single titled, “Dirty Scale.” The single is the most recent in a slew of hits by the South Central based rapper, who has continued to deliver song after song for the fans amidst a worldwide pandemic. 

“Dirty Scale has a lot of harmonizing and doo-wop on the track. It’s about me coming up off hustling in the streets – I don’t care if you used a scale or if you were seamstress, it’s about making something out of nothing. I really had nothing, I had my own marketing and my own hustles and grind and I think people should be able to relate to that. I was lost at one point but I don’t want to lose that feeling and feel like; What am I going to do tomorrow? I’m focused on music and hustling”

Having had success on over 50 websites across the globe in recent weeks, Fat Meech is gaining the attention of the media after turning away from the streets.  Now a star in the making and known through out the small world of Hip-Hop by the likes of Blueface and others,  this LA talent has a story to sing and he’s getting A LOT of ears. 

“Music gives me more a direction and makes me think more about taking entertainment seriously as a profession. It’s motivation to see people tapping in with me,” Fat Meech said. “I keep getting the whole West Coast Rod Wave thing. I’m like where are y’all getting this from?! I fuck with Rod Wave, it’s a real positive thing to me because it’s like I’m trying to do that. Big shout out to DJ Hed at 92.3 for shouting me out during the Rod Wave interview. But yeah it’s crazy to get this kind of response and I truly appreciate the love the streets have shown me.”

Not only has Fat Meech been giving the fans music, but Fat Meech has also been finding ways to give back to the less fortunate in this time of need. Posted up with his his fiancé , Fat Meech and his wife to be clearly have fun on social media playing with the Meech’s followers and engaging with fans. 

“To me someone who always wants to be better, they are always going to outshine the competition, because when you’re sleeping, I’m out with the flyers and trying to do what I can to build my brand. I’m hitting schools, throwing out my own money to gain fans and to show love back and to set myself apart from everyone else.I’m not backed by any label, that’s me! I’m trying to be better than basic and I show my life to my fans. When you really gain fans in real life, that really impact’s the algorithms online. I don’t want to forget what it’s like to be lost, so I hustle. To me I don’t ever want to lose that feeling of having that hunger to hustle.  Even if you’re sitting on $1 million, you gonna be trying to get to that $10 million,” Fat Meech said. 

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Keith Canva$ – “Psyche”

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New Album: K-Watt – Live Free Or Die 2

New Hampshire indie rapper K-Watt just dropped his third project, “Live Free Or Die 2”. The project features Blake Kaler,…

New Hampshire indie rapper K-Watt just dropped his third project, “Live Free Or Die 2”. The project features Blake Kaler, Grymey, Nick Ashley, bxbycxkes, King Polo, Maytrixxx & Konsyce. Stream it now: https://open.spotify.com/album/4MLFK8C6AstuHk7DUb24uJ

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 Dave B. The Prince (@DaveBTP) – “Gang Time”

Today South Central-bred rapper Dave B. the Prince releases his new single “Gang Time.” Touching on the code of the…

Today South Central-bred rapper Dave B. the Prince releases his new single “Gang Time.” Touching on the code of the streets and the mackin’ way of life, Dave B. the Prince raps about the life he grew up experiencing in the Jefferson Park area of Los Angeles.

Rapping with an undying dedication since 2007, by 2018 Dave B. The Prince felt he had mastered his craft. From writing on the spot to keeping on topic, Dave had practiced everything from his melodies and pitches to his similes and conjunctions. From vocabulary to the art of understanding people and how they react. Now with a host of material recorded Dave B. the Prince is ready to release his new song, “Gang Time.”

“Gang Time, is something new and fresh and it’s something nobody has ever heard. It’s a mix between some mackin activity and some hatin activities. The person that talk about it the most not really about it. If you start it, finish it strong and if you did some shit, don’t speak about it, you ain’t gotta be nobody’s show pony.” Dave B the Prince said. “I talk a lot of gang shit on there. Thats just the code, that’s just the way of life. I’m not just for me, I’m for my people, my squad and my community. Gangs were started as a way to stand up against the police and to protect the community, so there’s some player stuff mixed in there with the Gang Time”

The song will find a home on Dave B. the Prince’s forthcoming project Death Certificate, which will be his debut project featuring approximately six new songs for the fans.

“The track is going to be on my project Death Certificate. Its my first album, but its crazy that I didn’t even realize, one of the producers on the project told me that Ice Cube’s album was called Death Certificate and it came out in ’91, the year I was born. I didn’t know it, but that matches up and its my baby. Starting off a new decade with a whole new fresh start. The EP is going to drop this Spring, I’d like to give them at least 6 songs.”

Hoping to build upon his performance at the Top Dawg Entertainment Christmas Concert, Dave B. The Prince is looking to start performing more in the coming weeks and months.

“It was beautiful for me man, it was a day to give back to the community and shout out to TDE and Hollywood and PurpleTang Media for booking the show for me. My guy Hollywood connected us and we got it done. There was a line all the way around the block and you had to bring a tour to get in. It went around several blocks and the line was still going. There were like 4-5000 people there,” Dave B. the Prince said.

Adding to his experience on stage rapping Dave B. the Prince, is well versed in the world of dance and incorporates the art form in his music.

“Dance has always been a great way for me to express my art and I feel like its a necessary tool for me when i comes to creative because I come at a song like a dancer and sometimes I come at it on some street shit or sometimes I come at it with my feelings. It gives me another aspect on my music and my dance and so its always going to be something that I always do and so I just gotta stay on it with the moves to give people what they want to see. I’ve learned that fans really do help me and the feedback that I get really helps me. Everyone got haters, but as far as the real fans that give good feedback – that feedback can motivate me to do a full album.”

Part of what separates Dave B. The Prince from his competition is admittedly the fact that he is an Albino rapper, following in the footsteps of Brother Ali and Krondon to name a few.

“I come with constant heat, but the only thing that separates me from everyone else is I don’t look like everyone else. I grew up in the hood and I’m an Albino rapper so I have already been through all the things in life that people throw my way. Really it’s just another life experience or something that I go through. I’m not a quitter and I still always came out on top not matter the obstacle,” Dave B the Prince said. “Just having to start over with the nonsense everywhere I went. There was always someone trying to test me. I never got comfortable. Everywhere I went I had to fight, and so by 7th grade nobody wanted to f*ck with me. Every new school I went to it was a start over again having to defend myself just to be me. So thats how I approach a lot of things like rapping or life in general. ”

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