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Loso DaVinci — Trapped In Love [Audio]

Norfolk, Virginia, rapper Loso DaVinci was only two years old when his father was sent to prison. As a youngster,…

Norfolk, Virginia, rapper Loso DaVinci was only two years old when his father was sent to prison. As a youngster, he filled the void—and found solace—in music. With an early love for artists that range from Buju Banton to Dr.Dre, he found a passion for alternative hip-hop. This past summer, Loso Davinci signed on with Jukebox Bully, LLC; he was the first artist signed by the Chicago-based management company. With the help of Jukebox Bully, Loso has become a rising star in the underground hip-hop world. Video production is set to begin on his debut single “Xany” in the coming weeks, as he heads to the sunshine state.

His latest single, “Trapped In Love,” is currently streaming on his SoundCloud. Give it a spin, and if you’re feeling it, mash the share button.

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Buttabeats Inc Stays True To His Grind With Powerful New Music

For real artists, the path to success is rarely ever straight and narrow, but rather a series of trials and…

For real artists, the path to success is rarely ever straight and narrow, but rather a series of trials and tribulations that at times tests one’s dedication and genuine love of what they’re doing. Look no further than ButtaBeats Inc, hailing from Greenburgh, New York. He honed his skills as both a mc and producer in the early 2000s as part of the regional collective U.D.R. (Up Da River).

U.D.R. wasn’t able to make the commercial impact they had hoped; a few years later he broke up with fellow collective member Taj Mill to release the collaborative effort Shine From Within. Again, with critical acclaim and a handful of supporting live performances, it failed to gain any traction.

Real artists don’t quit, though.

Now, nine years later ButtaBeats Inc is a solo artist/producer who is still doing what he loves. “An avid reader and connoisseur of African American culture and history my music speaks to a time when a Rappers had to have something to say —almost as much they as they needed the swag and style which is in abundance today,” he tells AAHH.

His upcoming album The Revenge of Charles Martin — tentatively scheduled to drop mid-Feb — is a testament to what it took to get from an aspiring rapper/producer to being one. “While most may not have heard of me before, I will be heard from here on out.” The love of this never dies for real artists that have something to say.

Check out his latest, below.

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Haitian Artist FrancMill Responds To H&M and Trump on “Eazy”

2018 is off to a wild start — which isn’t unexpected considering our 2017. H&M, the exceedingly popular north-American clothing…

2018 is off to a wild start — which isn’t unexpected considering our 2017. H&M, the exceedingly popular north-American clothing chain, received an immense amount of public backlash after it released campaign images for the (now defunct) G-Eazy clothing line featuring a young black boy wearing a shirt that read Coolest Monkey in the Jungle.

The blowback inevitably resulted in both G-Eazy and Weeknd cutting ties with the company.

Then, 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump, made a controversial statement towards immigrants of both Haitian and African backgrounds, asking rhetorically during a briefing “why are we allowing people from shithole countries into America?”

This led Haitian-born Toronto-based artist FrancMill to release his new song “EAZY,” in direct response to both H&M and Donald Trump’s statement regarding his home country, Haiti.

“Eazy” is available now on all streaming services. #takeiteazytrump.

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Darrell Simms Drops His Sophomore “Wilcox Ave” Project

Darrell’s latest EP, Wilcox Ave, is his second official project — and a worthy follow-up to 2015’s BoiTroy EP.

LA-based Florida transplant Darrell Simms — raised by a Jamaican mother and Danish stepfather — moved with his family to the southern part of Sweden when he was 10. It was during this time that he discovered music through his mother’s CD collection; Michael Jackson’s History/Past/Present album gave him his first taste of music and led him to discover an eclectic range of genres that sparked his creative mind.

Poetry was his first creative outlet, which quickly led to writing hip-hop lyrics. His debut mixtape, The First Blink showcased the full range of musical styles Darrell is fluent in and was inspired by, including acoustic, and indie pop, cleverly mashed into hip-hop.

Fast-forward, Darrell’s latest EP, Wilcox Ave, is his second official project — and a worthy follow-up to 2015’s BoiTroy EP, which he recorded under the moniker BoiTroy. The first single, “Element” was given high-energy video treatment, directed by directed by @ralph_lucchese and @sirbjjensen. Check the visual and EP out, below.

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BK Rapper Corey St. Rose Drops A Visual For His Latest Single “Get Back”

With a steady rising buzz in the rap game, Brooklyn’s own Corey St. Rose continues to build momentum in New…

With a steady rising buzz in the rap game, Brooklyn’s own Corey St. Rose continues to build momentum in New York City. The latter of Corey’s 2017, he gave his fans Vibes; a project that set the tone for what’s to come from the charismatic rapper. Now, to start off his 2018, Corey makes his return with a new single and video for “Get It Back,” produced by Tyeon Thompson.

BK Rapper Corey St. Rose Drops A Visual For His Latest Single "Get Back"

Borrowing elements from some of his borough’s most iconic names, like Big Daddy Kane, the late Notorious B.I.G., and Marcy’s own Jay-Z, Corey’s swaggering persona and (Brooklyn) bravado is on full display in the video directed by Dpoftheyear. We see both sides of Corey as a rapper and showman. He walks the streets of Chinatown in New York City with two ski masked vixens by his side.

As always, Corey’s delivery is witty and boastful. “I just copped a Cuban for the trigger finger/Might cop another one for the middle finger,” he raps. Corey has big plans for 2018, make sure you’re on the lookout!

Check out Corey St. Rose “Get It Back” video, below.

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