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Raw Webb – “Bully Bitches”

Today Jersey rapper Raw Webb releases his new single “Bully Bitches” produced by Mossberg Montana. “Bully Bitches means no matter what – don’t give up. Bully…

Today Jersey rapper Raw Webb releases his new single “Bully Bitches” produced by Mossberg Montana.

Bully Bitches means no matter what – don’t give up. Bully for your opportunity and just take it! Don’t wait on anyone to give it. Take it or you’ll be left behind,” Raw Webb explained.

Featuring a guitar laden trap beat, Raw Webb stresses the importance of living your life to the fullest with “Bully Bitches.”

Finding his way into the music industry by way of DJing, Jersey rapper Raw Webb has been in the music industry for over 15 years in the Tri-State area and transitioned to rap after the seeing the possibilities of commercial success.

Raw Webb got his big break in 2015 touring with Master P’s No Limit Forever where he was featured on the song “I Brought A Tank” with Krazy from the 504 Boyz. 

This lead to the release of his July 2016 album titled Toma, which is the Spanish word for “taking.”

By 2018, Raw Webb connected with German super producer MP Beatz as he released his first single with his new management team, Wealth Nation. Titled “What U Hatin For,” this was Raw Webbs biggest record as the Summer track made a big impact in the United States and as well overseas.

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Lyrical Lexx – “I Cannot”

Today Texas rapper Lyrical Lexx delivers his new single, “I Cannot.” The single is a somber reminder that he can’t…

Today Texas rapper Lyrical Lexx delivers his new single, “I Cannot.” The single is a somber reminder that he can’t let people bring him down on his rise to the top. “I Cannot” follows in a musical lane similar to other emo-rappers that have battled through personal struggles and have a resilient message for fans.

“I always listened to music as a kid, and I always used music to help me cope and deal with what I was going through,” Lyrical Lexx said. “For me I do music based on how I’m feeling. If I’m feeling a certain type way my music is affected by how my mood at any given time.”

With so many positive things happening for Lyrical Lexx musically, “I Cannot” is a personal song that Lexx hopes motivates fans in their own life too.

“I Cannot basically was just having me fun with the beat and talking about some of the things that are going well for me in my life. I have a bunch of things that are going well for me right now and a lot of times when you have that happen people try to bring you down,” Lyrical Lexx said.

Recording, producing and rapping his own lyrics, Lyrical Lexx is a completely self-made artist.

“Honestly I’ve been independent since I started. For the past few years, since I’ve been taking it seriously, I self record, I do have my brother as an engineer, but now I’m starting to work with Mr. Lee and so now I’m starting to put together some of that music,” he said.

In addition to his rap career Lyrical Lexx is also working on opening his own studio just 30 minutes outside of the Seattle area.

“I’m building my own studio and I’m working on trying to develop that in the Washington state area. It’s just about 30 minutes outside of Seattle and it’s going to be called, Lexicon Studios.”

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@StoneysWorldd – “BRB”

Today Pittsburgh $toney releases his new single “BRB”. The uniquely bouncy record has an appeal all its own as $toney…

Today Pittsburgh $toney releases his new single “BRB”. The uniquely bouncy record has an appeal all its own as $toney steps out from behind the boards after being an engineer/rapper for nearly 10 years.

From the fan favorites like “2 Phones” and “Counterfeit,” from his project Blood on My Heart to this new loose track “BRB,” $toney is proving his worth on the Pittsburgh rap scene and nationwide despite his humble beginnings.

“I really dig this record and it has a unique sound. In this industry you have to bring some type of uniqueness to the game and it still has that popular modern bounce to it, so I think it’s going to do really well with the fans,” $toney said. “I think it’s just that good ride and smoke music. You can party to it, you can ride to it and it’s just good music that can get people hyped even though its chill.”

The track is the follow up to his project Blood On My Heart which was released in February, produced entirely by McCoy and was dedicated to Jimmy Wopo who $toney worked with frequently.

After the loss of Jimmy Wopo, his close friend, frequent collaborator and recently signed Taylor Gang artist, the Pittsburgh Hip-Hop community was in shock. $toney took the loss just as tough as anyone having spent many late nights in the studio with Wopo recording, engineering and perfecting their craft as he described in a Instagram tribute to his friend.

“It was a dedication to Jimmy Wopo,” $toney said of his album title Blood On My Heart, “I produced and engineered all the music that he was putting out and. Im just glad he made the impact that he did and that people are still listening to him.”

Having started his musical career while bored in class at the age of 15 , he began recording the raps on his phone and posting them online and he’s continued to grow and develop his craft recording and engineering at higher quality studios.

With a smoked out vibe and a riding quality that all great albums posses, $toney makes it clear that his mood music goes well beyond the speakers whether in the car or at home.

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New Video: Rico Davis – Down (@RicoDavis)

Singer / songwriter Rico Davis delivers the official video for “Down” from his latest project The Golden Ratio. Filmed in…

Singer / songwriter Rico Davis delivers the official video for “Down” from his latest project The Golden Ratio. Filmed in Harlem, Rico survives some stalking from co-star Shana Solomon in this Ivore Rousell-directed visual.

“So much of my music is inspired by past eras, and ‘Down’ represents my appreciation for the ’90s R&B influence,” Rico told Stuff Fly People Like for the premiere. “I feel this video is a fresh reminder of what it’s like to just live and have a good time. I like the idea of reconnecting with your real ones, and hitting all the lit house parties during the summer. There is one moral to this music video however… don’t take drinks from strangers!”

The Golden Ratio is is available on all platforms globally here: https://onerpm.lnk.to/GoldenRatio

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