Florida artist Yungeen Ace has released visuals for his newest track “Ain’t The Type.” In the video, Ace and his close friends turn a hotel kickback into a rendition of his favorite strip club with stacks galore, exotic dancers, security and even a classic brawl within the eventful night. The optics are directed by Julian Yuri. Yungeen Ace provides listeners with his hard-hitting lyrics, on a NJ Stepping Harder & CedDidit produced beat, in a hype and creative fashion.
“It’s been a rough year for a lotta people, so I really wanted to make a lit track that could get people excited,” said Ace. “I knew we had to get really creative with this video.” “Ain’t The Type” is out now on all streaming platforms, and the music video is out now on YouTube.
Producers who try their hand as a recording artist is not a new trend. However, it’s always interesting to see what a solidified beat maker comes up with when he gets in the booth. The Real Chinoo is another example of this. He is known as one half of multi-platinum, multi-gold, Billboard charting producer duo The Atomix, He is responsible for producing chart-topping records from artists like A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Rico Nasty, Saint Jhn, and others.
Chinoo shifts from his role as a producer to an artist on his debut single titled “Diamond in the Rough”. The track showcases his versatility and proves that his talents span across all musical fields. The track is self-produced, which obviously makes sense. Chinoo proves his strength as an artist with “Diamond in the Rough”, showcasing both a strong melody and caption-worthy lyrics. “Diamond in the Rough” is out now on all streaming platforms.
Los Angeles hip-hop has been on fire in the year of 2020. When everyone is popping in the city, it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle. However, Saviii 3rd continues to raise his intensity and release crisp visuals with piercing lyrics. Last week he unleashed the visual for his new single "Rah Rah" produced by Dave-O, and directed by YKTV. Saviii has had success these last couple years with viral hits "Just Another Day" and "Batter Up". The energy Saviii brings is unmatched, but he's not for all that Rah-Rah as he clarifies with stone cold lyrics like "Face shot, what that skype bout? I'm not bout that life, I'm what that life 'bout" as his crew proudly stands behind him reinforcing his every word as bond. “Rah Rah” is out now on all streaming platforms, and the music video it out now on YouTube.
Los Angeles native and R&B megastar, Ty Dolla $ign, is back after a 3 year album hiatus with his latest project, Featuring Ty Dolla $ign. This album has that classic Dolla $ign sound that we know and love and have become so familiar with over the years as he completely dominated not only the R&B game, but the pop music in general. On this album he does what he does best, show off his amazing voice and talent, and his insane versatility. The album was officially announced on October 7th, as Ty took to Twitter and Tweeted out a cryptic Tweet saying “3̷2̷ T̷C̷O̷ S̷P̷O̷R̷D̷ M̷U̷B̷L̷A̷ E̷H̷T̷”. Which backwards reads, THE ALBUM DROPS OCT 32.”
This whole album is Dolla $ign flaunting his relevance in the game. During the album Ty wastes no time to remind us how dominant he can be and how important he is for the community. The title of the album itself is a huge flex. Featuring Ty Dolla $ign, symbolizing that he is a sought after artist that a ton of artists want on their songs. The biggest flex without a doubt, is the features he has on this album. He boasts off his status and his popularity with the amount of big names he has on this album. Features include: Kanye West, Kid Cudi, Quavo, Anderson .Paak, Post Malone, Young Thug, Future, Gunna, Roddy Ricch, Mustard, Big Sean, Jhene Aiko, Lil Durk, Nicki Minaj, Kehlani, 6LACK, Thundercat, Musiq Soulchild, Tish Hyman, FKA twigs, and Skrillex. Some of which are on multiple tracks.
Although the album has that classic Dolla $ign sound, it doesn’t mean the lyrics and the meanings are the same. Ty really shows his maturity on the album as he speaks on real life things that go on in his life. The good, the bad, and the ugly. Unlike his older music which was mostly about money and women. He said in an interview with Vulture, “I was intentionally trying to not make club songs talking about hoes and bitches and all the sh*t I used to talk about, I was trying to, like, talk about my life, and what it is now, and really do something different with it. I got a daughter going to high school this year, and she’s paying attention, and all her friends are paying attention, so I can’t talk as crazy or do the crazy sh*t that I used to do.” Ty is doing a great job being a role model for his daughter and being a responsible parent, as he stated saying: “My daughter comes first in any situation.”
Featuring Ty Dolla $ign is out now on all mainstream streaming platforms. The album is 25 tracks and 1 hour long. Go give it a spin now!
On Friday, rising hip hop artist Big Boogie released his brand new mixtape, Final Nightmare, available on all streaming platforms. The Memphis rapper’s new project includes features from the likes of Moneybagg Yo, DeJ Loaf and Yo Gotti, who signed him to his CMG label in 2019.
As part of the mixtape’s release, Boogie premiered the music video for the track “THUGGIN” featuring Moneybagg Yo. The visuals are produced by GT Film Productions, and it features Big Boogie and Moneybagg Yo in an abandoned warehouse, flaunting their bust down jewelry and weaponry as they celebrate their success.
Final Nightmare features the standout single “Mental Healing”. The track has racked up over half a million streams and views since its release this month. The project is out now on all streaming platforms, and the music video for “THUGGIN” is out now on YouTube.
The New York drill sub-genre has easily been a highlight of 2020. Artists such as Fivio Foreign, Sheff G, and Sleepy Hallow, among countless others have really blown up this year using this sound. The next drill rapper coming out of NYC is Pay3God.
“Direction” is the New York MC’s biggest track to date, and earned him appearances on Elevator Mag, Hip-Hop Weekly, and now Dead Presidents. The track is self-produced, which displays that the drill rapper is also a dual-threat. The visuals are directed by Roberto Perez. Pay3God is seen rolling around the city in foreign cars, posted up in mansions, and flaunting his bust down jewelry. “Direction” is out now on all streaming platforms, and the music video is out now on YouTube.