RetcH “Pop Me A Pint” Video

By Emmanuel

Pop A Seal

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RetcH’s still up is chockful of bangers and one of the hardest on it has to be the relentless “Pop Me A Pint”. The song and video find RetcH spitting and smoking gas in front of a gas station while flexing in front of his I8, its a perfect combo. Watch below.

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Da$H “Independence Day/Copacetic”

By Emmanuel

Loose Skrew OTW 

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Da$H is prepping to follow his brother RetcH’s Still Up, with his debut album Loose Skrew. Today he drops the first single for the project since “Grade A” with the new track and visual for “Independence Day/Copacetic”. The first half of the song is a heavy banger while the second takes a more relaxed drugged approach. Listen and watch below.

 

Chief Keef ft Tadoe “Let Me See”

By Emmanuel 

The Dedication is real

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Keef just dropped off his third project of the year Dedication and its probably the best if not second to Two Zero One Seven. A major standout besides singles that have already dropped has to be the Tadoe featuring “Let Me See”. The track finds the cousins boasting in their signature style over a rambunctious horn led instrumental. Shit bangs, listen below.

Lucki “Incoming” Video

By Emmanuel 

One of the hardest out

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Lucki is one of the best young rappers out right now. The Chicago native has gone through a re-branding of drugs in the past year and this new perc and lean Lucki reminds me of a synthetic drug using Curren$y. I would characterize Lucki’s style now as one of the more lyrical iterations of mumble rap. As Lucki’s tone and delivery is soft and drugged out but very audible and clearly thought through. Peep the Whyloneworlf directed video for “Incoming” below.

PNB Rock “London”

By Emmanuel 

Catch These Vibes

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Philly’s PNB Rock just dropped his follow up to January’s Going Through The Motions with Catch These Vibes. The album lives up to the title as it is chockfull of all different representations of current hip hop. One of the hardest joints on the album is the London On Da Track produced “London”. Listen to the banger below.