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Lil Conscious – Bojak

Stefan, also known as Lil Conscious, has successfully created a name for himself as a rising rapper while keeping his identity secret. Sounds weird? Well, this is the true life story of a young artist who only wants his talent to be at the forefront of everything. Music has been a huge part of his life since 2013. By watching successful artists such as Trippieredd and Kodak Black’s creative process, Conscious was inspired to think outside of the box regarding his music. He developed a sound that has never truly been heard. A mixture of a hardcore, mysterious and dark style of rap, Conscious music has something to offer everyone. His song ‘Bojak’ impressed Drake, who danced to the song and shared a video on Instagram. The rising artist Lil Conscious also gained great support from other artists like Diplo, Trippie Redd, and Lil Uzi Vert. His first single Ashes, along with Bojak across platforms, have made it huge, earning 1 million alone on the latter just through SoundCloud. “When I was creating my latest single “ Bojak” I was in a very dark place in my life. I was struggling with my mental health and a breakup,” he explained. …

Jeeezy WYA – [BlueBucksClan]

The West Coast has always been at the forefront of new movements and easygoing styles of music, and even though there are a few states that span the coastline, California is obviously the leader in this innovation. I have never felt like the scene there was ever in the wrong hands by any means, but ever since I truly tapped in with BlueBucksClan’s Jeeezy Obama and DJ, I felt like they helped me realize just how promising the future of this scene is. There is just something about their off-kilter flows that has always captured my attention, and while the late, great Drakeo the Ruler is one of the founding fathers of this delivery, very few have been able to make it their own, with the exception of this duo, of course. As we gear up for their mixtape Clan Way 3 to be put out on October 7th, they have given us an entire pack of hits, most recently coming in the form of “Jeeezy WYA” which was produced by Al B Smoov and the fantastic beat smith LowTheGreat. When artists have teamed up before, there have been certain songs where they trade off verses with their counterparts, but …

Yebba’s Heartbreak-[Holly J]

I’m picky when it comes to a lot of things, but nothing heightens my selectivity more than a musical rendition. It’s very easy to become married to original versions of songs while illegitimizing any other versions that try to follow. Although hard, this is a habit that I’m consistently having to grow out of, due to the reality that there are certain covers that in fact sound better than the original sometimes. Making it onto our page today is a song that makes a strong case to be considered in the category that I just explained above. Whether it’s from the fame of Drake alone, or the tiktok algorithm, odds are, if you’re reading this, you’ve heard the hit song, “Yebba’s Heartbreak” and the unforgettable line, “How much better can I show my love for you”… With a song this massive, you wouldn’t think that anyone could bring forth a version that measures up, but this article is solely devoted to introducing you all to an artist who made a more than convincing attempt. 17-year-old, Holly J is an up and coming singer from Glasgow, Scotland who made it onto my radar this past week for her very own rendition …

I Guess – [BlueBucksClan]

I used to start articles about West Coast artists by explaining how I once had love for this region more than anywhere else, but I fell into a bad habit of overlooking these talents as I began to expand my attention into other parts of the world. Well, after being put on to BlueBucksClan, I have to thank them for reviving my love for California rap music, and although it didn’t take much to raise my admiration back to the level it once was, these two emcees have shown me time and time again that they’re the new faces of Los Angeles, and they’re going nowhere but up. Jeeezy Obama and DJ have been making massive moves in recent years, but the latest advancement in their rise to fame is a cosign from the legend Drake who shared their “Fire in the Booth Freestyle” on his Instagram story with the caption “Two goats getting bars off”, and while a simple story post might not mean too much from others, when it’s from Drake, there’s no telling what that can do for your career. Considering it feels like these two spitters never sleep with the rate they drop music, it wasn’t …

BIG BODY – Itai

It’s clear that our childhood has a major effect on our adulthood. It’s difficult to create a better life when opportunities are limited around you. Growing up, rising artist Itai from Los Angeles grew up with the hopes of providing a better life for his family. With two siblings and a single mother, times were rough. However, he knew from early on, that he wanted to take matters into his own hands. Having a mom with a rock and roll/ country background and a father with a Moroccan /Israeli music background, played a major influence on Itai having an ear for music. His love for the Armenian-American heavy metal band System of a Down was another key factor in pursuing a career in music. “I just want to be able to retire my parents. I’m inspired to also leave a message to those with mental health issues, drug abuse and abandonment issues,” he stated.”I’ve dealt with depression my whole life and I want to be able to take people’s pain away through music even for a split second the way the artists did for me when I was growing up.” Not only has Itai been an artist for two years, …

Jflexxx Returns With His Latest Single “Blackout”

Over the years, Florida has received a lot of recognition for discovering new artists. From Kodak Black, Rod Wave, Ski Mask The Slump God, T-Pain, Rick Ross, Denzel Curry, XXXTentacion, and many others, Florida has contributed in a tremendous way to the Hip-Hop scene and theres more to come. JFlexxx also known as Jeff Moss, is a new face to keep your eye out for in 2022. Growing up with a father who was a DJ, played a major role in JFlexxx being introduced to the music scene. Being influenced by some of the biggest names in hip-hop such as Drake, JuiceWrld, Eminem, and Young Thug, it was only a matter of time before the rising artist decided to bet on himself. JFlexxx began his career nine months ago, and he already received some notable accomplishments. The Florida rapper had the opportunity to collaborate with YNW BSlime on “Demons” with 226k and counting views on Youtube. His first single, I Done Got Rich, received over 100,000 streams in less than a month. His most-streamed single “Fate“ has more than 2.2M streams on Soundcloud and 70,000 monthly listeners. Most recently, he shared his latest single titled Blackout. “Blackout gives me a …

Studio Vibez – [YSN Fab]

Canada has grown as a destination for hip-hop music, but there are definitely certain provinces that seem to gain a lot more attention than other areas, but there are some emcees that mean business and want to change this narrative. If we’re looking at the country overall, it isn’t a surprise or shock to say that Toronto has taken the crown as our northern neighbor’s top music city when considering artists like Drake, The Weeknd, NAV, and plenty of others, but this doesn’t mean that people from other regions aren’t deserving of nationwide recognition. Winnipeg, Manitoba is certainly on the rise, and it’s thanks to emcees like YSN Fab, a rapper, singer, and songwriter who has been in the industry since 2018 and making bigger and bigger waves ever since. After gaining additional international attention with his album Made 4 More, he has been on the cover of playlists and was even featured on the official “Beats By Dre” playlist. This led to recognition as one of the top Canadian musicians by Sidedoor Magazine and even one of the top up-and-coming black Canadian artists by Complex. I thoroughly enjoy tapping in with his music as he drops more, and his …

Sticky – [Drake]

There are some artists that simply transcend normal existence, and no one can really top them. I’m talking about those people who even if the president, the most famous athletes, and any other pop culture icon are in a room together, if this person is in the same room, they are going to steal the attention of anyone else in their vicinity. I feel like although there are a handful of these people, Drake has got to be one of the most dominant figures in the history of music and maybe even the world in general. At the same time, I am not going to sit here and pretend to be the biggest Drake fan cause the fact of the matter is, I’m just not. Sure, he has put out hit after hit and I do listen to a handful of his records, but I feel like he’s at the point where he could literally release a two-minute soundbite of white noise and he’d go number one for it. Which is awesome for him, don’t get me wrong, but I just don’t usually tap in with him, and I feel like that’s something that more people need to understand, but …

Live From The Lac-[JAMS The Flava Child]

After a successful run of singles spread all throughout the year, Chicago’s own JAMS The Flava Child is feeling charged up and ready to take the rest of the year by storm. Taking the last year to rejuvenate and rebrand, JAMS has been in the lab cooking up dopeness and building a new sound for the fans to be blessed with. One thing about JAMS is that he is one laid-back dude. Super chill, yet knows how to turn a party up. That alone is a perfect summary of what his brand new tape is about. Living that luxury life, kickin’ back, smoking, and overall just vibing through life. At last, here is JAMS’ new project, Live From The Lac. Crowning himself “The smoothest out the Midwest”, JAMS takes that to the heart and knows for a fact that his music must reflect that at all costs. With the “Lac” in the title being shortened from Cadillac, JAMS has grown an immense love for classic cars and old schools. That being said, he aspired to make a tape to reflect that vibe and that setting. The music that you can cruise to in an old school, or those late-night trips in …

Doe Boy New EP ‘Catch Me If You Can’ Is A Banger

If you’re not familiar with Mr.Oh Really, it’s time to get acquainted. Since 2016, the Freeband rapper has been putting his best foot forward with each release. In just a few years, he has received major co-signs from NBA champion LeBron James, Drake, and Future. On July 29, Doe Boy unleashed his new EP “Catch Me If You Can”. The Cleveland rapper project includes notable producers such as 30Roc, Juicy J, Nick Mira, and Forever Rollin. The ten-track list proves once again why Doe boy continues to shine in the music scene. The EP begins with a compelling intro titled “Off The Porch,” and moves on to some stand-out singles like “Foot On Neck”, “More Than Friend”, and “Scoreboard.” This project not only gives us the hard-hitting Doe Boy that we are used to, but also shows off his emotional side, and allows his fans to enjoy a versatile EP. G-Herbo was the only artist featured on “Catch Me If You Can”. This allowed fans to enjoy a project that was filled with bangers. Earlier this month, Doe Boy posted a video on his Instagram story sharing a snippet from a song he created that samples Jennifer Lopez’s “I’m Real” …