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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 …

Arson Radio – [ITSOKTOCRY] ft. [Kamiyada+]

Although ITSOKTOCRY had been somewhat silent for a little period of time recently, he came back better than ever with his song “Hellsing” just a few weeks back. Since that’s been in my rotation for quite some time, I was looking forward to seeing what his follow up was going to be, and just at the start of the weekend, he dropped “Arson Radio” featuring Kamiyada+, and it’s not at all what I was expecting in all the best possible ways. Produced by YUNGAWFUL, the main portion of the beat you’re consumed by is an insanely deep and fat synth or bass of some sort that is complemented by sound effects like air horns and police sirens prior to intense drums and crisp, piercing percussion. As it opens, the host of Arson Radio is giving you a little precursor of what’s to come by pretty much saying you need to play it at ear-bleeding volumes and get ready to commit felonies, so you know there’s no room for games with this one. When CRY comes in, he matches the intense energy by boasting some very assertive, penetrating bars that come through with all the attitude and defiance necessary to match …