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Varsity - Game Over

Varsity's "Game Over" is a song with a dialogue between a girl and the man who cheated on her. He tries to resolve the situation but she's too hurt. The first verse is the guy's perspective and the second is the girl's response. It explores the concept of treating love as a game... in this case a video game. Game Over.

Varsity is a a hip hop artist from Chicago, IL.

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Skelly Bones - Up in the Clouds

Skelly Bones' "Up in the Clouds" is a mix of RnB and rap heavily influenced by artists like The Weeknd and Childish Gambino. Skelly both raps and sings on the verses as well as singing the chorus. "Up in the Clouds" is a song about escaping the daily grind to achieve your wildest dreams. For Skelly Bones that happens to be making music for a lot of money and smoking a bunch of weed.

Skelly Bones is an independent artist from the south side of Chicago, blending hip hop, RnB, and rap into his own unique brand of music.

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Fed - The Amethyst [Hip Hop Instrumental EP]

Federico Perez also known as ‘‘Fed” is a producer and composer that specializes in house, hip hop and film music with an abstract sound. He was born in Montevideo, Uruguay and moved to Bayonne, New Jersey at the age of 8. Growing up in the Tri-State area gave him the advantage to experience different types of culture and people that influenced him throughout the years to create his own distinct work of art. He has been working side by side with Privat and RPS Productions for the past couple of years. His latest project has been to establish his own label called “The Art Facility” which includes all types of art and artist that come together to create together.

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Young Khaliq - Broken Ties

Young Khaliq is an upcoming artist from Gainesville, Florida. "Broken Ties" is his single about a women that was unloyal to him and the passing of his mother and brother.

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Mass - The Hitlist Trilogy [Mixtape Series]

The Hitlist Trilogy is hip hop's first terrorist style attack on 30 of the most elite lyricists the game has to offer. For the culture, 3 full mixtapes dedicated to dissing the best of the best of hip hop for today such as Eminem, Royce Da 5'9, Joiner Lucas, Pusha T, Big Sean, The Game, Fabolous, Jadakiss, J Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, Cyhi The Prince, Lupe Fiansco, Hopsin, Kxng Crooked, Joel Ortiz, J Electronica, Cassidy, Papoose, Busta Rhymes, 50 Cent, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Andre 3000, Dave East, Styles P, Kanye West, Nas, Jay-Z.

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Tytist - Runnin'

Tytist's "Runnin'" is a hood anthem, club song from his album, I Am Liberty, which features members of his team Sswag Movement. I Am Liberty dropped on September 28, 2018.

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Sean Roane - You Wildin'

Sean Roane (a.k.a. Top Five) is a rapper, singer and substitute teacher from Egg Harbor City, NJ. Sean has been dropping music since 2012 and has recently gained local success with his songs “I’ma Get It” and “You Wildin’.”


The Original Rapper - I Wanna Get High

Dark, underground hip hop, explicit and mean, from The Original Rapper(@o_original_o), an artist representing Durban, South Africa, signed to Bentley Records. Themed with drugs and death brought across with consecutively-flowing punchlines and mad adlibs.

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Cloud Daddy and the Kingston Big Smokes - Feel Loved, Gnomes

Cloud Daddy and the Kingston Big Smokes is a Sydney-based collaboration between Otto Reitano and Galen Sultmann. They collaborate with artists from around the world, including a collaboration with Kitty Got Claws and Go South.

"Feel Loved, Gnomes" is their 2nd release, a double-single featuring two songs: "Enough to Feel Loved," featuring Go South and Kitty Got Claws, and "Gnomes," featuring Kitty Got Claws.

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Juney - Cashlete

Dripping in Atlanta-seasoned, Birmingham-flavored sauce, is burgeoning rapper, Juney.