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Young Bleed Prepares For Release Of New Studio Album

Baton Rouge, Louisiana, native Young Bleed busted on the scene two decades ago, with his chart-topping My Balls & My…

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.

Stream it, below.

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Notion Shines Light On Suicide Prevention On “Goodbye”

16-year-old Notion — repping Salt Lake City, Utah — is bringing a perspective in the prevalent theme of suicide prevention,…

16-year-old Notion — repping Salt Lake City, Utah — is bringing a perspective in the prevalent theme of suicide prevention, examining the factors that lead kids to consider choosing death over life on “Goodbye.” From drug abuse to isolation, it’s not a unique angle, but one that deserves as much play as possible. Especially in an era where mental health issues are more prevalent than ever.

 
“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.

Early.

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ATL Rapper $odaman Has The Juice

His latest, “Accordion” is the follow up to last month’s “No Flex.”

Atlanta is busting at the seams with incredible talent. $odaman is an example of the new cohort of acts hailing from the cultural hub. the 21-year-old has been in the game for just over a year – and only has a handful of records to go on currently; however, what he has so far is an excellent example of what we can expect from his upcoming tape dropping this summer.

 
With a rapid-fire flow and a strangely familiar yet wholly unique cadence, he drops a bevy of punches on the high-energy. His catalog thus far is available on streaming networks. Some highlights we discovered were “Blue Skies” — which received a video treatment — and “Elevate,” both of which feature MajinZay.
His latest, “Accordion” is the follow up to last month’s “No Flex.”
He has a lot going for him. Take a run through his material, and stay tuned to AAHH for the review of his full-length project when it drops.

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Toronto’s Nameless & Piracy Drop “Going To War”

Toronto is on fire right now, from the sports to the music. With so many of the world’s most famous…

Toronto is on fire right now, from the sports to the music. With so many of the world’s most famous entertainers hailing from the 6, all eyes are on the city’s next rising stars. While several up-and-coming acts are exploding from Toronto right now, one of the most recognized next to blow is Nameless and Piracy. The duo just released their new project, Kin6dom, campaigning for the title of future breakout stars in music in 2018. Nameless and Piracy release of their brand new single off the album, “Going to War.”

Known for their lyrical prowess, Name and Piracy head to New York to grab an equally superior wordsmith in well-known lyricist Mickey Factz. “Going to War” is a bold statement in the duo’s buzz-worthy sound. All three individuals execute sharp, crisp, and stand-ovation flows that show the excitement and hunger that quickly becomes hardened into future greatness.

“‘Going To War’ is a track where we wanted to display that our ability to rap is good enough to stand with some of the best MCs on the planet,” NameLess says. “Hip-hop was built around competition, trying to be the greatest, and we’re doing all that we can to bring that feeling back. A rapper like Mickey Factz has never lost that sense of competition, so he was the perfect addition to that track.”

Along with Mickey Factz, ‘Kin6dom’ features guest appearances by Marvwon, Ness, Chilla Jones, Quest Mcody, and Cambatta.’Kin6dom’ is the follow up to the duo’s top of the year EP release, ‘Groundwork.’ “Going to War” is the second single release by the new duo, following the project’s debut hit single, “Happy New Year.”

For more on Nameless and Piracy’s new album, ‘Kin6dom’. Watch the official album trailer below.

Listen to “Going to War” above, courtesy of Soundcloud.

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