Avril Lavigne – [TiaCorine]

TiaCorine is a rising act out of Winston-Salem, North Carolina who is garnering the attention of some of your favorite musicians. Today she offers up her newly released visuals for “Avril Lavigne” which was directed and shot by Josh Seidman of Rocket Reels. This record showcases how versatile Tia’s sound and talent can be, if you were a fan of her ‘34Corine’ project you’ll notice how much this “Avril Lavigne” record differs compared to the rest of the project. This is just a taste of what’s to come for Tia, as this video is the start of the rollout of her deluxe version of ‘34Corine’ which is set to drop later this month. Tia is an artist who has received high praise from acts such as SZA, Isaiah Rashad, Rico Nasty, Kenny Beats, and more. With her exponentially growing fan base and co-signs the South Coast Music Group emcee should be ready to take a giant leap in 2021. Watch TiaCorine take her band from the garage to across the city with a new video for “Avril Lavigne” for yourself after the break.

Summer – [BkTheRula]

Atlanta has steadily been a hotbed for the next rap superstars for years. One of the next stars in the Atlanta scene may very well be an unsung hero by the name of BkTheRula. BK was making noise last year with a couple of drops here and there and seemed to be a favorite early on with industry folks and the rap blog writers. She really began to break out on the scene when her viral video for “Tweakin” started circulating on platforms like Twitter at the top of 2020. BkTheRula doesn’t have the typical content as a lot of her female rap counterparts. If you’re a fan of people like Trippie Redd, Cori Leray, Rico Nasty, TiaCorine, and the airy melodic alternative rap sound then that’s what you should expect out of BK. This video for “Summer” is really euphoric and even though I had used the term “it’s a vibe” it is indeed that. Watch BkTheRula’s new music video for “Summer” after the break.

34Corine – [TiaCorine]

I know I’ve been saying this all 2020, but women are running rap music this year. I don’t think I’ve heard a project from a woman emcee I didn’t believe that was at least solid and that I didn’t run back multiple times. Tia Corine is a rapper from Winston Salem, North Carolina who is quickly making a name for herself and her lyrics and flow stand out from the typical content. It’s the Dragonball Z skits and the lyrics and flows for me on Tia’s newest project 34Corine. This is only the tip of the iceberg for her, no I’m serious it is. She’s gotten co-signs and singles in the vault with people such as SZA, Isaiah Rashad, and an ep with Kenny Beats in the works. The South Coast Music Group affiliate looks to follow in the success of fellow label mates Dababy and Toosii heading into 2021 and to build a household name for herself. Press play on TiaCorine’s new 8 track project ‘34Corine’ after the break below.