Deezie Brown – A-V-entador to the Hills

In this second installment of the JUDITH series, Deezie Brown is back with “A-V-entador to the Hills” produced by SB95 and Young Antho. In this single, Judith is taking Deezie to the hills, the outskirts of life itself in search of an incredible life journey with emotional turbulence. While from the title one might assume that the single is about achieving massive wealth or owning a Lamborghini Aventador but in this case, the Lamborghini symbolizes Judith’s ch​​arisma, demeanor and beauty.

SpaceMan Zack – Paradise

“Paradise” is a song that mixes a hard hitting moody beat with meaningful dark lyrics. The song explains a girl that doesn’t understand her self worth causing her to allow empty relationships and drug abuse to run her life. Her choices lead to her being depressed and somewhat suicidal. SpaceMan Zack uses the song to reach out to the girl expressing a real love for her and explaining that she no longer needs to live like this.

Lil Yachty & Key! – Yea (Prod. By F1LTHY)

With Lil Yachty’s project ‘Teenage Emotions’ set to drop this Friday, he returned yesterday to bless us with a new banger featuring fellow Atlanta native Key! titled “Yea” the track is produced by one of our favorites F1LTHY stream the track below.

Curtis Roach – SLYB

Let me just say, if you aren’t familiar with Curtis Roach I suggest you should because he’s like a breath of fresh air in the rap game he’s actually delivering lyrics something that’s rare these days. Check out his newest offering “SLYB” produced by Cxdy.

RudeBoy Bambino – Keep That Freestyle

Rudeboy Bambino decides to release a new visual on his birthday for his Keep That Freestyle track which is a flip of Roy Woods “Gwan Big Up Urself”. In the visual you see Rudeboy chilling solo rolling up and smoking with a luxuorios view of Houston in the background. Directed by OG Danny Ocean. Look forward for new music from Bambino in the future and check out the visual.

TheTeeta x SheLovesLlyrik- Afterlife (ProdbyCTRL)

TheTeeta out of Austin Texas continues to blow us away with his new visual for “Afterlife” where he recruits SheLovesLlyrik. If I know one thing about these Austin artist, it’s that they don’t play when it comes to their production. I personally find this track followed with the beat, super therapeutic. The new visual pairs with the beat and vibe perfectly, from a wavy sense of direction to raw DIY footage with the homies.  The visual was shot by Jesse Rodriguez. Check out the new visual below and tell us what you think.

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