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Rapper Omega Murders A Grungy Beat For “Lil J”

Reputation is everything in this game; rapper Omega has been building his brand from his hometown outward with over 200…

Reputation is everything in this game; rapper Omega has been building his brand from his hometown outward with over 200 shows under his belt; his hectic track record includes the 10 state—20 city —tour he embarked on last May 2017 and the 23 city tour with Young Bleed (formally of No Limit Records & Strange Music Records) coming up this Fall.

 
Living up to his reputation as a lyricist known for storytelling, his latest single “Lil J,” which appears on his Back From The Future project, is laced with heavy (grungy) guitars and dope wordplay over an iconic breakbeat courtesy of Al Green (“I’m Glad You’re Mine”).

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Notion Shines Light On Suicide Prevention On “Goodbye”

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“Maybe this is goodbye,” he chants in the chorus. “Wish I could say that I had a good time.” The song at its core — much like shows like 13 reasons why — challenges listeners to perhaps take off their blinders and look for signs in individuals who may be suffering depression, anxiety, etc. Maybe an act of kindness/friendship could be the change they need.

Notion has crafted something dope here — worth poking around his catalog.

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Young Bleed Prepares For Release Of New Studio Album

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Baton Rouge, Louisiana, native Young Bleed busted on the scene two decades ago, with his chart-topping My Balls & My Word, a year after signing to Master P’s super-label No Limit Records. After dropping My Own on Priority Records, the gritty southern MC signed with C-Bo’s West Coast Mafia Records, cutting two more LPs.

Seven years ago, he signed on with Strange Lane — a sub-company under the Strange Music umbrella owned by Tech N9ne — releasing a remix of “How Ya Do Dat” featuring Tech himself. That is just the tip of the iceberg for this incredibly active southern staple. Back on On March 26, he officially announced that he’d be releasing a new album entitled Wut’ Uh’ Life, expected to be released sometime this summer via his Trap Door Entertainment brand. The first taste of the LP, “Shut Dis’ B!tch Down,” is currently making noise, and building heavy buzz.

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