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CuhDeeJah "Blue Racks" Single | @CuhDeeJah ft Blueface

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CuhDeeJah is a 25-year-old Los Angeles native. A product of a Sierra Leonean African mother and a father from Chicago, CuhDeeJah raps about money moves and female empowerment. CuhDeeJah has collaborated and performed with her cousin mega-producer Sean2 miles, American rapper Blueface and her cousin R&B Singer Paschan. However, CuhDeeJah started her music career under the label 2 Miles Ahead. Cuhdeejah has a debut single called "Blue Racks" ft Blueface. CuhDeeJah being a young artist and a mother, there is no losing. "IT CAN BE DONE" is the young superstars' motto. Successful careers and motherhood do go hand in hand. In CuhDeeJah's eyes, being a mother is number one, which means getting that "Blue Racks" by any means necessary. CuhDeeJah believes that once all the bias against women is dismantled, the playing field becomes level, and women can assume a free and equal place in society by simply cloning the male competitive model. CuhDeeJah lo

(New Single) Dredoe - "Pillow Talk"

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Dredoe keeps his focus on the ladies with his new single “Pillow Talk”. From the jazzy beat to his lyrics and flow, Dredoe creates an inviting atmosphere for a sexy night in with this record. Tagging in QC DJ, DJ Money Mook, on the intro, Dredoe is stamped as a smooth hip hop artist to be recognized. Stay tuned for more from the South Carolina artist and stream “Pillow Talk” by Dredoe on any streaming platform, after listening to the exclusive version with DJ Money Mook, below.

[Video] BBA Slim, Yung Blow, BBA Keiran, BBA Buddha 'BBA'

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We’re independent artist out of Nashville, TN. Our sound is different from anything you’ve ever heard. Trapped out, we rap about the things that we’ve been through and really experienced in our lives. We’ve worked with well known producers such as Bandplay, Ivy and Tana who are signed to Taykeith, Youngboy Brown who is signed to YSL, KJ signed to Moneybaggyo and the list goes on. Be on the lookout for our giveaways and new drops. Booking info:615-397-9505 cashrock615@gmail.com Social Platforms Instagram: @bbaslim @yungblow_bba @bba_keiran @ bbabuddha Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yungdon6?mibextid=LQQJ4d Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nash.rock.161?mibextid=LQQJ4d Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbaslim615 Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/track/2JKGj5KdPzv2yEvW1uixrH?si=FyLE2V5qSXaAjAfDxdTcsQ Apple Music Link: https://music.apple.com/us/album/bba-feat-yung-blow-keiran-bba-buddah/1654316582?i=1654316583

[Video] Ryte Eye Ty 'Where Have The Heroes Gone'

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A monolithic piano melody comes sweeping out of the silence with the force of a mighty winter wind, and in its wake, the delicate lead vocal of Mr. Ryte EyE Ty starts to fill the air with an aching that is perhaps even more powerful than any of the words he will sing in the next four minutes of play are. There’s a burden on Ty’s back here, and it isn’t going to go away without a fight; in “Where Have the Heroes Gone,” his latest single, he’ll use any and every tool at his disposal to break away from the pain in the name of connecting with something affectionate and steeped in pure love. His voice is the beacon, his music the bitter darkness that surrounds it, and while there are plenty of ways that one could interpret this song both lyrically and instrumentally, to me, it comes off as being an enigmatic statement piece in an age that has been missing the strain of artistic clarity it offers to us so humbly. “Where Have the Heroes Gone” is a black-and-white pop song, but the substance