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Save Me – [Dro Kenji]

It’s no secret that Internet Money is a label full of masterminds beginning with Taz Taylor and Nick Mira, but the team grows so much deeper than that. When it comes to some of the amazing people that work with IM, they never put their faith into an artist they don’t believe in, and Dro Kenji is the epitome of this. His work and popularity have grown tenfold since working with and signing to the label, and his stock price is only going to continue going up as he continues to prove just how much of a workhorse he truly is. Although he has put out a slew of projects over the past few months alone, I was more than happy to see him revisit one of my personal favorite projects from last year called Tears and Pistols to bring his hit single “Save Me” to life with the help of director Fuck Austyn. Throughout the entire video, Dro is in the middle of darkness as a spotlight shines on him and a lovely female companion who is all over him the entire time. Although this is basically the gist of it all, some of his hand movements are slowed …

007 – [Rot Ken]

Although Atlanta always seems to get all the clout and recognition when a new southern artist comes out of the woodwork, which seems to be every single day, not every artist is from the Georgia capital. This goes for Augusta’s very own Rot Ken, a rising talent who is only 17 years old, and although this city might be better known for the most popular golf tournament in the world (The Masters), it’s also the second-largest city in the state, so you know that there have got to be some talented individuals immerging from there as well. I might’ve just been put onto this young talent, but that doesn’t mean he’s new to others considering he has caught the eye of many prominent ears that are sure to help him get to the next level, and his most recent offering “007” is definitely going to have you bobbing your head and realizing why he’s beginning to gain some much-deserved traction with his music. In this one, some very interesting and momentous synths are used in combination with a mischievous flute, rattling percussion, and pounding drums that are the perfect foundation for a trap anthem such as this one. As Ken …