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Justin Rarri – No Flaws

Justin Rarri premiered the new music video for his song “No Flaws” Wednesday, and you can check it out by clicking right here.

The green, red and gold visuals in the video are all tied together with costume design and set design that match the colorful lighting and cinematography.

The song was part of Rarri’s EP titled “Youngest In Kharge,” which released in July.

The EP is a master class in versatility from Rarri, and the 11-song track list features artists like Smoove’L, Lil Poppa and Stunna 4 Vegas.

This new video release comes off Rarri’s release of the video for “Neighborhood Supplier,” which has racked up almost 3 million views.

Just before the release of the video for “Neighborhood Supplier,” Rarri dropped the video for “2 Seater,” which collected almost 2 million views.

He also performed at the virtual version of the Rolling Loud Festival with Swae Lee, Polo G, NLE Choppa and more.

Rarri has received plenty of praise from outlets like XXL, who said, “The Bronx has birthed another teen rap star,” while Remezcla said Rarri is “quickly making his way from underdog to throning himself as one of the genre’s most exciting up-and-coming acts to date.”

You can follow Justin Rarri on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Lil Poppa – Evergreen Wildchild

Today, Jacksonville, FL’s breakout acts Lil Poppa released another incredible body of work titled Evergreen Wildchild— the combination of the street he grew up on (Evergreen) in Florida and self-titled moniker (wild child). The project is a follow up to one of Poppa’s first ever mixtapes of the same title and chronicles the young rapper’s journey to self discovery and the importance of his community and brotherhood in keeping him alive.

Always one for collaborations, Lil Poppa has recruited DaBaby artist Stunna 4 Vegas for “Bankrolls & Groupie Hoes” and fellow Jacksonville rapper Seddy Hendrinx for “No Industry Sh*T.” Poppa and Stunna also collaborated on a cinematic music video for their track, which will be released tomorrow at 1PM ET/10AM PT on Poppa’s YouTube channel.

Listen to Evergreen Wildchild here.

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Lil Poppa Upcoming Project “Under Investigation 2”

With his powerful wordplay and soulful storytelling, Lil Poppa turns each of his songs into an up-close account of life in his hometown of Jacksonville, FL. Today the dynamite young talent — and birthday boy — announced the release date and cover art for his upcoming project Under Investigation 2. Poppa released two new singles titled Dangerous and Man of The Year — the latter of which came with a music video that has already racked up over 135,000 views in less than a week.

Lil Poppa “Man of the Year”

INTRODUCING LIL POPPA’S NEW SINGLE “MAN OF THE YEAR” OUT NOW! LISTEN ON ALL PLATFORMS HERE

NEW PROJECT UNDER INVESTIGATION 2 — OUT THIS SPRING!

With his powerful wordplay and soulful storytelling, Lil Poppa turns each of his songs into an up-close account of life in his hometown of Jacksonville, FL. Today the dynamite young talent has released the first offering off his upcoming new project Under Investigation 2 (out this Spring) — a powerful anthem in “Man of The Year.”

LISTEN TO “MAN OF THE YEAR” by LIL POPPA

At just 18-years-old, Lil Poppa has already drawn major attention for tracks like “Purple Hearts” — an independent release that’s organically amassed over 2.6 million YouTube views, all on the strength of Poppa’s straight-from-the-heart delivery and hard-hitting lyrics. Signed by Interscope’s Executive Vice President Joie Manda, this new signing further cements the company’s proven track record in breaking exciting new rap artists; “Natural talent spotlights itself, and with Poppa’s raw talent and unwavering mission to get his message out — there seems to be no stopping Poppa’s undeniable rise. He’s one to watch,” adds Joie.

Poppa began rapping each week at church, joining a group of friends and sharing rhymes with a spiritual bent. At age 12, he built a makeshift studio in his closet and started self-recording with a laptop and Radio Shack microphone. With a string of mixtapes under his belt, Poppa made his breakthrough with a pair of singles from 2018: “Nightmare on Elm St.” and “Purple Hearts,” whose cinematic video revealed the real-life story behind the song.”