Skooly And Nard & B – Trench Gotti EP
Even if Nard, B, and Skooly aren’t garnering the critical praise they deserve, that doesn’t slow down their musical output, or stunting their efforts. The Trench Gotti EP is a prime example, as it’s six strong songs. It’s energetic, highly concentrated, and is unfortunately over before you know it. “Feelin Myself” is one of those feel good songs, and I’m not partial to it because he shouts out of one my all-time favorites on there either.
Stream it below, and download it right here.
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Skippa Da Flippa – “Issues” Video
Skippa Da Flippa might have a hard exterior that’s further enforced by his loud, gravelly voice, and hitting the dab over and over. In reality, though, he’s just like any of us, because we all have our own “Issues.” No matter your walk of life, there’s always something that can go wrong, and as he says “real n****s tend to have issues, if it ain’t one thing you know it’s another.” Truer words have never been spoken.
If Skippa is speaking to you, don’t miss his Still Havin mixtape, which can be downloaded right here.
YFN Lucci Ft. Migos and Trouble – “Key to the Streets”
If you were to ask yours truly what she wanted for her birthday, besides diamonds, cash, cash, she might say that new music from Yfn Lucci, Trouble, and Migos would also be an excellent gift to celebrate being another year older. Really, I couldn’t ask for more in a song, than right here. The song channels YFN Lucci’s more mellow, emotive type of delivery, and features the always-consistent (and always a favorite) Trouble. Migos are able to step out of their Versace and get to their roots, and so so here. “Key to the Streets.”
Reese – “Freak Nique”
Shortly after releasing “Freak Nique,” Reese sent me this song and should have included “download this, dummy,” because I’m absolutely loving it! As an ode to Atlanta’s Freaknik that was popping during the ’90s, while we were wee ones, Reese is imagining what a modern day one would be like. If this is the audio equivalent to what goes on there, well, sign me up!
Sosamann – “Jus Wanna Win”
Sosamann just wants to win, and as he expands on it, he “just wanna drip sauce, just wanna kick flavor.” It’s not nearly as rambunctious as some other cuts out of The Sauce Factory, but it is enjoyable due to the fact that it’s a low key ode to simply winning. He’s not being annoying, he’s not bashing anyone, and instead focused on himself.
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