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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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ReachingNOVA Returns With New Single “Keep Rolling”

AAHH mainstay ReachingNOVA is back with a brand new single titled “Keep Rolling,” featuring Geo The Architect (which whom he…

AAHH mainstay ReachingNOVA is back with a brand new single titled “Keep Rolling,” featuring Geo The Architect (which whom he produced the song), and Switch’D. The song is a much-needed dose of motivation on a Monday morning,

“Gotta go get it is what I’m saying now, we go get it you waiting for life to play it out,” NOVA raps on the song’s second verse. The beat and verse — as they do with most of his songs — have an anthemic feel to them, blended with the often retrospective bars. “Giving you examples from my life, I ain’t trying to preach things,” he says as his verse comes to a close.

NOVA consistently has a sense of authenticity and real-world experience interspersed with music that gives it an edge, and “Keep Rolling” is no exception. Give the track a spin, below.

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