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Pop Shit – [Smokepurpp]

I feel like I’ve been writing about an overflow of Smokepurpp releases recently and I’m not complaining about that either. His upcoming album Florida Jit has been gaining tons of momentum as we’re led up to its release, and every one of the singles he has dropped has gotten me even more excited to finally see the finished product. There’s a bunch of speculation and unanswered questions surrounding the project and the biggest question of them all is when exactly is it going to drop? It was supposed to come out in May and then got pushed back, but no definitive date has been released to fans from what I could tell. Other theories surrounding this album include the fact that it’s entirely produced by his friend Ronnie J, it has features from artists like Young Nudy, Rick Ross, and Jack Harlow, among others, and a few other unanswered rumors. While it’s not surprising to be left in the dark when it comes to anticipated album releases considering we see that happen in this industry more often than not, but it always just puts my mind at ease knowing that a project is going to drop exactly when the artist …

Sasuke – [Lil Uzi Vert]

Lil Uzi Vert is on top of the world right now and has been ever since dropping Eternal Atake last month. Just when us fans thought that we had everything we needed with the first edition, he released the deluxe version which debatably had more hits than the original. I say debatably because the original was packed full of bangers and Uzi did the brunt of the work himself, only recruiting Syd of The Internet to assist him on one track. The deluxe version had a myriad of other artists that helped bring different sounds to the extended version, including the likes of Chief Keef, Lil Durk, Young Thug, and Young Nudy, among many others. Although these were all hits in their own rights, of course, Uzi wasn’t the only star on his album any longer. I personally can’t decide which version I like better myself, but luckily, I don’t have to because I can listen to both equally whenever I want, so I’ve got absolutely no complaints coming from my end. It seems like Uzi can’t be stopped at this point, considering he is back yet again with a new song entitled “Sasuke”. To be honest, I’m not very …

That Way- [Lil Uzi Vert]

It’s no surprise to fans that Lil Uzi Vert’s long-awaited and highly anticipated album Eternal Atake was a massive success. The original version was incredible, packed full of hits, and then he came back with the deluxe version, pretty much delivering an entirely new album just days after the original released. The deluxe was feature-heavy, boasting verses from some of the biggest names in music. With songs featuring artists like Chief Keef, Lil Durk, Yung Nudy, Young Thug, and many more, it dropped without a doubt in my mind that it was going to be heater after heater. Although lyric videos might not typically be the most exciting releases that get a ton of coverage or anything, nothing about Uzi is typical. This is apparent in his Backstreet Boys-sampling track “That Way”, which also got an intriguing and out of the ordinary lyric video to accompany it. At this point, everyone has heard the smash hit so I won’t bore you with the details of the song considering you can just go listen to it on your own for the thousandth time if you wanted to. I wanted to cover the lyric video because although it does have a karaoke …

Understanding – [Young Nudy]

Over the period of the last couple weeks, Young Nudy’s project Anyways has pretty much been on repeat for me. His uncanny ability to not only tell a story but make you feel as if you’re there with him throughout the experience isn’t something you can teach, and I get hooked with pretty much any message he shares. His voice isn’t similar to anyone else in not only Atlanta, but anywhere else, and his charisma and personality are more than enough to match his tone of voice. Not only are these narratives intriguing, but you can also tell how truthful they are because they’re usually just way too wild for anyone to make up off the top of their head. Although I’m sure you’ve heard the album’s opening song “Understanding” by now, a quick recap of it can be described as an honest interpretation of the life Nudy has lived, and although he’s come a long way and has the ability to live a different life, he’s not just going to change who he is due to the fortune and fame. He still has a long way he wants to go but with a future as bright as his, he’ll …

Anyways – [Young Nudy]

East Atlanta’s own Young Nudy has made a name for himself in the music world over the past few years with his addicting music + magnetic aura, so when I heard last week that he had a new album coming soon I couldn’t wait, and today the new project titled “Anways” finally dropped! There are sixteen tracks provided on this project and trust me when I say that every single song hits hard, I enjoyed all of them but my favorite of the bunch was the third track “Blue Cheese Salad” because Nudy flat out-snapped on that one! Take a few minutes out of your day to peep this brand new tape below, and if you’re rocking with it then go ahead + follow Young Nudy on Soundcloud here to keep up with his future content.

No Go- [Young Nudy]

Young Nudy is a savage in every sense of the word. From his insane ability to deliver hard-hitting bars, to his tendency to enjoy his time and introduce a perfect cadence over pretty much any beat placed in front of him is truly a gift. Although Atlanta is arguably the city with the single largest outflow of talent that appeals to audiences across the United States, Nudy is able to set himself apart from the rest of the pack and make magic every time he spits a verse. In anticipation of his upcoming project ANYWAYS, he dropped a new single called “No Go” as well as a video for it. The production is riddled with amusing, almost elementary sounding keys mixed in with speaker busting bass and other trap percussion. This contrasts with some of his menacing lyrics that he spits about violence and women as he switches flows and shows off his lyrical abilities. His rapid-fire bars never seem to slow down as he laughs his way throughout the song, talking about how he lets his gun do the talking rather than himself. On this track, he takes some classic Atlanta narratives and turns them up a notch in …

ChaseTheMoney [Interview]: Chasing Money & More Success In 2020 And The Years To Follow

Cover Art: Griff Amongst the realm of producers, there are many contributing to the massive and ever-growing population of amazing music being made. However, it takes pure talent to be crowned alongside the ones who will shine the brightest, thrive the longest, and be solidified as one of the greatest to ever grace a track with their immaculate instrumentation. Often so, people speak about who the pioneers are as far as who’s running the rap game, and who’s killing the production game. Back in August of 2019, I wrote an article about the producers who were behind the sound of the current climate of music, and one of the easiest picks was St. Louis native ChaseTheMoney. By now, you should all be familiar with the sound that he has been creating, the trends he has been setting, and the everlasting music that has been released in the last few years. Even if you haven’t seen what he looks like, you have to have heard his catchy “Chase the money, chase the money!” producer tag provided by Chicago’s own Valee. Throughout his career, he’s been able to collaborate with a wide array of artists such as Ski Mask The Slump God, …

Iceberg – [Ola Runt]

Atlanta has birthed the careers of countless artists and the east side of the city has particularly had quite the impact on the music industry at large, providing the blueprint for a new generation of street rappers. However, the region has hit a bit of a lull in the past year after most of its trailblazers have reached mainstream heights, creating a type of vacuum of power for a new artist to come in and seize the underground scene. After months of speculation about who would seize the attention and enter the void that was left by the likes of 21 Savage, Young Nudy, and a host of others it seems that Ola Runt will be the next big Zone 6 star. Ola’s anthemic and raucous single and video for “Feel Like Guwop” has emerged as the newest track to grab the attention of the streets, but in addition to this he has been pumping out a heaping helping of hard releases including his emotional video for “Church Cry” as well as his menacing track “Hush Mouth” featuring Young Nudy. His latest, and in my opinion his best to date, offering “Iceberg” is his most well-rounded and best produced single …

Down Bad (Music Video) – Dreamville

Dreamville keeps the train of music videos for their stellar collective album rolling today with a new visual accompaniment to “Down Bad”. No doubt one of the most lively tracks on the record, J.I.D, Bas, J. Cole, EarthGang, and Young Nudy join forces for an energetic flex of rap prowess that few artists right now could collectively match. The video for “Down Bad” matches the colorful, high-octane bars of the track with equally crisp and clever shots of each of the artists. Pulling up in a color-changing Oldsmobile, hopping off private jets, and altogether just having the time of their lives, each rapper on this track gets their respective shine in the video. They feed off each other’s energy with this sense of friendly competition, and they take viewers on a tour of some Atlanta landmarks in the process. Watch the exciting new video below:

Hush Mouth – [Ola Runt] [Young Nudy]

We recently profiled Atlanta rapper Ola Runt on his latest visual for “Church Cry” but today he is back with a new track featuring his East Atlanta collaborator Young Nudy. Runt and Nudy have obvious chemistry on their track “Hush Mouth” and this goes to show exactly how infectious Runt’s delivery is. Both of them delivery respectively grimy verses and Nudy offers one of the better verses I have heard him give on a feature. Ola Runt also gives what is possibly his best-recorded verse yet, and this has me very very excited to hear the music he has to come. This instrumental is a masterpiece from the drums to the creepy melodies and ominous bell sounds that punctuate the rigid percussion. At this point, Ola Runt is as close to a sure thing to blowing up as you get as he has consistently built up an audience and carved out in-roads with Zone Six royalty. Stream “Hush Mouth” at the link below.