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Red – [$NOT]

$NOT is an artist who can pretty much do no wrong in my eyes. Sure, he might not be an emcee who’s all about the bells and whistles and little flaunts here and there like most other artists are, but his straight, to-the-point type of personality is obviously a huge draw for fans all over the country. While I feel like I write a lot about $NOT, I just feel like I can’t let a single release go by the wayside, so with that being said, I had to talk about the brand-new music video for his most recent release “RED”. Directed by UnkleLuc, things open up briefly on a ranch where a couple of beautiful horses are shown. Things quickly come up to speed with the rapper’s new lifestyle as he actually cruises around in an all-red Ferrari, bringing a new sense of the word horse to life in this one. From here, once the song begins, there are various transition shots utilized where $NOT pretty much straight up recites his bars in front of the luxurious vehicle as he’s accompanied by two hitman-looking individuals. During these scenes, a ton of different effects are utilized to make it look …

Poison Klan – [PlayThatBoiZay] ft. [Denzel Curry] [Anonymuz]

Raw energy isn’t something every rapper can say they possess, and because of this, it never gets old. It isn’t as easy as just screaming into the mic, it’s about being able to hold you own over hard-hitting, noisy production. PlayThatBoiZay brings this much-needed energy to his songs and is able to bring the hard-core trap to the next level.  A perfect example of this is his new track, featuring Denzel Curry and Anonymuz, titled “Poison Klan”, from his new EP. PlayThatBoiZay was featured on the earth-shattering “P.A.T.” from Denzel’s most recent project ZUU, and here Zay proves he can bring that same energy to his own work. This track, in particular, is another meeting of the Florida minds, hence the title of the track, and proves how deep the talent in the Florida hip-hop scene runs. “Poison Klan” features a blistering, eerie instrumental, produced by Anonymuz, which makes for a tight knit, yet smoky, banger, and the visuals that accompany the track bring out its supernatural nature. The video is glitchy and distorted at times, and the forest backdrop makes sense, as this track has a hypnotizing nature that pulls the listener in and leaves them wondering exactly what …