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NIGHTMARE – [93FEETOFSMOKE] ft. [guardin]

Some artists are people who have been on my radar for months and sometimes even years, but there just seems to be something that lacks in my mind because it takes something big to actually get around to listening to them. Sometimes the results make me feel dumb because I can’t believe how long I missed out on their music, and other times, it makes sense why I never officially got in tune with them in the first place. Well, 93FEETOFSMOKE is a clear example of the ladder in my previous statement, because although I had heard him on various songs throughout the hyperpop community, I knew that he was going to have that punk vibe that I grew up on and so often crave, so when I finally officially decided to check his Spotify out a few months back, I was absolutely stunned at the talent that the Richmond, Virginia artist possessed. Ever since then, I have made it a point to check out every new release, so when he dropped his latest song “NIGHTMARE” with the legend guardin, I didn’t even blink before listening. The song itself (produced by SMOKE and Aaron Osborne) is as completely high-energy and …

OH NAH OH NAH – [93FEETOFSMOKE] ft. [Kamiyada+]

Music is full of characters, personalities, and an innumerable number of individuals who are unapologetically themselves, and I am forever grateful for the ones who stay true to who they are rather than trying to switch things up in order to follow certain trends or fit into certain borders. I feel like there are certain types of music or subgenres that definitely are better at this than others, and even though it can be hard to describe exactly what kind of music 93FEETOFSMOKE makes due to his sheer skill set and versatility, he never conforms just because that’s what others do. I’ve become the most familiar with his work on certain tracks with artists like ITSOKTOCRY, Shinigami, LiL Lotus, and Savage Ga$p, among others, but I have been wanting to catch up even more considering I’ve enjoyed these offerings so much, so I was thrilled to see that he dropped a brand-new self/Aaron Osborne-produced track with Kamiyada+ called “OH NAH OH NAH”. Of course, the music video that was directed by both 93 himself and phvzes is unbelievable as they take a small function and turn it into an all-out rager, but the song became stuck deep in my head …

i’ve been outside – [93FEETOFSMOKE]

I’m truly suprised that today is 93FEETOFSMOKE’s debut in our pages after being a mainstay and major contributor to much of the underground scene’s movement and popularity over the past several years, but unfortunately never truly grabbed the masses and media’s recognition like many of his peers and collaborators. Nonetheless he has put up some very impressive numbers over the years and has been growing quite the loyal fanbase. Hailing from Richmond, VA, 93FEETOFSMOKE is perhaps at the forefront of their underrated and experimental music scene and I was truly not surprised at all to find out that was his hometown. His most recent track “i’ve been outside” is a hypnotic, melodic new tune where he glides over the somber instrumental and puts you in a trance.

POSHBOY 2 – [ITSOKTOCRY]

I’ve already said so much about ITSOKTOCRY that you’d think it would be hard for me to keep raving about him, but he’s one of the most unique artists in the entire industry that you simply can’t run out of words and praise for the Denver native. Nothing about him is characteristic in the best possible way, and the fact that you never know what he’s going to deliver when he drops something new is the reason why I’ve been coming back for more every time he releases a song, video, or project. His initial installment of POSHBOY was an undeniable hit, and ever since that came out, fans were waiting with bated breath as they anticipated the project’s sequel. Luckily, the wait came to a close late last week, POSHBOY 2 is finally in our laps, and I couldn’t be any happier to share it with you, just like I couldn’t be any more excited for the incredible records that come with the tape. On this project, we’re gifted 12 brand-new songs and a runtime of just under a half-hour long, and every single track packs a punch, unlike anything you’ll hear all year. He opens up on a …