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Get N Dere Gang – [Lil Gotit] ft. [Lil Keed] & [Yak Gotti]

The day we’ve all been waiting for is finally here, and of course, I’m talking about the day that Lil Gotit decided to drop off his latest album entitled Top Chef Gotit. It’s no secret that Gotit knows how to cook up some heaters with his crew, but this album is definitely proving that he deserves a spot on the next tier of success with other YSL artists like Lil Keed, Gunna, and Young Thug. Along with the release of this incredible album, he decided to give fans even more reason to celebrate and dropped off an awesome new visual for his song “Get N Dere Gang” which features his brother Lil Keed as well as the always entertaining and energetic Yak Gotti. In this ShotByWolf-directed music video, things are kept pretty simple as they seemed to just shoot on the go, capturing moments where the artists are vibing out with one another. As it goes on, each talent shows off their extensive outfits full of designer names and diamond-studded chains, yet their personalities each shine bright for everyone to see. Even though they don’t have parts in this track itself, Gunna and Young Thug are featured copiously throughout, showing …

Baby Boy – [Slimelife Shawty]

Every day, there seems to be a new artist rising up out of the Atlanta rap scene, and although Slimelife Shawty isn’t a new name to most, he’s putting together an extremely strong case as to why he deserves the next shot at the throne. Hailing from ATL’s zone 3 which the likes of Young Thug and Ludacris call home, he is solidifying his place in the music scene and fans keep eating up every sing release he drops. Just a couple of days ago, Slime dropped off his latest video single entitled “Baby Boy”, and whether you’re familiar with him or not yet, this is the perfect all-encompassing song that’ll truly give you a look into who he is and what he’s about. Beginning with the ATL Jacob-produced instrumental, there are some emotive synths of some sort that are eventually met by chattering hats and claps as well as smooth 808s that are perfectly pungent without being too overpowering, setting Slime up for success without impeding on his story itself. Opening up with narratives mentioning the painful events he’s had to endure, you can hear the sorrow in his voice that is accented with a feeling of strength and …

Too Humble – [FN DaDealer]

Atlanta’s rap scene is so strong at this point that exciting new artists from the city are often not given the praise and acclaim during the earlier stages in their career than it would be for an artist to build a following who is one of the only rappers in his area, however FN DaDealer is a new name in the city but is also quickly on the rise, thanks much in part to the boost he is receiving from ShotByWolf who has become Atlanta’s go-to cameraman at this point. DaDealer is not just a beneficiary of good relationships and his music is simply incredible. Wolf and DaDealer recently brought “Too Humble” to life which is a streetwise yet catchy track brought together by a sticky chorus that is certain to burrow itself into your head for days. He has been blessed with the innate gift of impeccable beat selection that seems to be in the DNA of any child born in Grady Memorial Hospital and his vocals allow him to glide over any instrumental he chooses with his distinctive melodic twang that is reminiscent of several other Atlanta legends but is still without question unique to him. I am …

Lett’em Know // Tunnel Vision – [MGM Lett]

Rylo Rodriguez and NoCap have dominated the majority of storylines recently when looking at the Mobile, Alabama rap scene that is quite large and talent-rich for a city of its size but the scene that is being fostered there is exciting and groundbreaking, pushing the boundaries of typical rap songwriting conventions and constantly inventing new flows and melodies that are often imitated but seldom capture the soulfulness that the Mobile rappers seem to just be born with. MGM Lett was initially in the shadow of many of the other bigger artists in Mobile in the past but over the course of 2020 he has let everyone know that although he might not be quite as popular as many of his peers he certainly is every bit as talented and comes with a different style that is mainly accomplished by his distinctive twangy voice that easily carries melodies and floats over Al’Geno’s southern-fried beats. Lett dropped a pair of videos over the last week that I was really impressed by and left me wanting to hear a new full project from the young artist who has been working on his sophomore mixtape release for the past year. The first Al’Geno produced …