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Queen Naija – misunderstood

QUEEN NAIJA’S DEBUT ALBUM, MISSUNDERSTOOD, IS OUT TODAY

Queen Shares Official Video For Pretend

Platinum-certified singer/songwriter Queen Naija hailed by The New York Times as ‘the first soul star of the social media generation’ released her debut album, missunderstood, today via Capitol Records.

Download / stream HERE.

In her career to date, Queen has already amassed over 1.7 billion combined global streams.Today, Queen shared the official video for Pretend. View HERE .

Lil Durk, Russ, Mulatto, Toosii, Jacquees, Lucky Daye, Kiana Led, and Pretty Vee feature on the album. missunderstood includes ‘Butterflies Pt. 2’, which continues its climb at Urban AC radio, entering the top three. The song has more than 63 million combined global streams while ‘Pack Lite’ has amassed over 42 million cumulative streams. Teyana Taylor, aka Spike Tey, directed the official videos for Pack Lite and Lie to Me ft. Lil Durk.

Earlier this week, Queen shared the album’s track listing in the form of a nostalgic 90’s sitcom introduction featuring her new single ‘Bitter ft. Mulatto’ as the show’s theme song. View HERE. The video racked up 500,000 views in the first 24 hours. Additional diary-entry style videos that serve as a visual track-by-track were released on her YouTube channel a total of 16 videos, one for each track on the album. After Zane Lowe premiered ‘Bitter,’ it became the #1 trending song on Apple Music. Queen appeared on the cover of New Music Daily and ‘Bitter’ took the #1 spot on the playlist. Listen to Queen on The Zane Lowe Show HERE.

In the lead-up to the album’s release, Queen appeared on Kandi Burruss’ Speak On It podcast and Angela Yee’s Lip Service. She also spoke with American Songwriter about penning the songs for ‘missunderstood,’ shared The Playlist of My Life on Teen Vogue’s YouTube channel and was featured in an Elle #WakingUpWith video.

Named by HotNewHipHop as one of the most talented figures in R&B right now, Queen features alongside Jeremih and Lil Durk on the remix of NE-YO’s new single, U 2 Luv, which was released last Friday. View the lyric video HERE. With the arrival of her 2018 self-titled debut EP, Queen emerged as an unstoppable new force in the R&B world. Queen Naija featured three Platinum-certified singles: Butterflies, Karma, and her breakthrough hit Medicine an independently released smash that made its staggering debut at No. 45 on the Billboard Hot 100, a nearly-unheard-of achievement for an unsigned artist. Along with debuting at No. 1 on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart, she earned major recognition in the 2019 awards season with nominations for Top R&B Artist at the Billboard Music Awards, Best New Artist at the BET Awards and three nods at the iHeartRadio Music Awards.

Track Listing “missunderstood”:

  1. Intro
  2. Too Much To Say
  3. I’m Her feat. Kiana Led
  4. Pack Lite
  5. Lie To Me feat. Lil Durk
  6. Dream feat. Lucky Daye
  7. Love Language
  8. Without You feat. Russ
  9. Say What You Mean
  10. Bitter Skit feat. Pretty Vee
  11. Bitter feat. Mulatto
  12. One Time feat. Toosii
  13. Pressure
  14. Five Seconds feat. Jacquees
  15. Pretend
  16. Trial And Error
  17. Butterflies Pt. 2
  18. Beautiful

For more information on Queen Naija visit:

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGsR5CVHh_T4nMLiKhfV7qg

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/queennaija

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/people/Queen-Naija/100011121128619

Ty Bri's Sweet Lick Mixtape Cover Art

Ty Bri – Sweet Lick

Today, 22-year old Cleveland artist, Ty Bri emerges as the next young female rapper to join the new class with the release of her debut mixtape, Sweet Lick. She is also sharing the video for the bouncy Philly Ferrari produced, “Wake Up” featuring Atlanta rapper Mulatto, which premiered earlier today on NYLON.

Along with her excited nine-track mixtape, Ty Bri also announces that she has signed with District 18 Entertainment/Capital Structure/RCA Records. District 18 Entertainment is the joint venture with RCA Records founded by Brooklyn Johnny, who is best known for developing the career of Cardi B.

Best known for her tracks “Gimme Sum Money,” “Bobbin” and “Candy Lady,” Ty Bri is quickly becoming a standout in the rising female rap scene. She has opened for acts like Wale, Megan Thee Stallion and Lil Baby on tour. She performed alongside Mulatto and Flo Milli for the “Girls Trap Too” tour earlier this year and has also been co-signed by Cardi B and Rico Nasty.

Enjoy all the bops on Sweet Lick as we anxiously await for more next bad-ass tracks from Ty Bri.

About Ty Bri:

East Cleveland rapper Ty Bri first caught the public’s eye by making freestyle videos on Instagram. Her dope look and clever punchlines grew her popularity quickly making it hard to believe she just started rapping in 2016. While she compares herself to no other artists, Ty’s musical influences include Beyonce, Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill. She plans to change the stereotypes of female artists because her bars are for real. Ty Bri also enjoys giving back to her community and motivating young girls. She has even included the Shaw High School girls’ band and dancers in performances. Ty started to take over the Midwest when she remixed Ella Mai’s “Boo’d Up,” which was later  added into rotation on radio all over Ohio. She is also featured on Ray Jr.’s song “Big Tuck” and “Cook” by DJ Ryan Wolf feat. RootaBang. Since performing at Z1079’s Summer Jam and White Out in 2018 and 2019, Ty Bri received early co signs from other female artists such as Trina, KashDoll and DreamDoll.

Mulatto of Altanta inside 360 MAGAZINE illustrated by Rita Azar.

Mulatto – Queen of Da Souf

Today, Mulatto cements her position with the release of her RCA Records debut project Queen of Da Soufclick here to listen. To usher in the long-awaited release, Big Latto premieres the Sara Lacombe-directed video for “Youngest N Richest,” one of the many standout tracks from the energetic project – click here to watch.

This year continues to be a stellar one for the 21-year-old Atlanta-based rapper. Her track,“Bitch From Da Souf (Remix)” featuring Saweetie and Trina, was recently RIAA-certified Gold, making Mulatto the first solo female rapper from Atlanta to accomplish this feat. As Mulatto continues to climb the charts –#3 on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart and Top 10 on the Nielsen BDS Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop National Airplay chart this week, theMuwop” video featuring Gucci Mane has reached 10 million views. Revealed last week, Latto is one of only two women inducted into the XXL 2020 Freshman Class, earning her another major milestone in her burgeoning career. In addition to her own music, Mulatto has been inescapable; from her recent cameo in Cardi B’s “WAP” video featuring Megan Thee Stallion, to countless features including NLE Choppa’s “Make Em Say,” and Hitmaka’s “Thot Box (Remix),” proving that Big Latto is bigger and better than ever before.

On top of her recent accolades, Queen of Da Souf solidifies Mulatto’s place in hip-hop as she displays her talent as a lyricist with witty, raunchy and raw bars. Gucci ManeCity Girls21 Savage and 42 Dugg make guest appearances, while producers Bankroll Got It, Hitmaka, Murda Beatz and more provide the addictive beatsThe project includes previously released tracks “Muwop” featuring Gucci Mane, “Bitch From Da Souf (Remix)”featuring Saweetie and Trina“No Hook” and “He Say She Say.” 

Queen of Da Souf Tracklist:

01 Youngest N Richest

02 Muwop feat. Gucci Mane

03 In n Out feat City Girls

04 He Say She Say

05 Pull Up feat. 21 Savage

06 Toya Turnup Talks

07 On God

08 Look Back At It

09 No Hook

10 Off Top feat. 42 Dugg

11 My Body

12 Blame Me

13 Bitch From Da Souf (Remix) feat. Saweetie & Trina

Good Girl – Don’t Talk Back

Philadelphia-based R&B quartet Good Girl has released new track “Don’t Talk Back,” as well as its visual, via Starr Island/RCA Records. Click HERE to listen/watch.

“Don’t Talk Back” is produced by Triangle Park (Kanye West, Ty Dolla $ign, Kehlani) and Jay The Great, and it features a sample from the early 2000’s hit “Can’t Believe” by Faith Evans and Carl Thomas.

“Don’t Talk Back” follows the recent release of the group’s “Thirsty” ft. Mulatto which is produced by Grammy-nominated Kosine and the accompanying visual, which is an ode to OnlyFans, is directed by Jet Phynx. Upon launch, the track received praise from HipHopDX, Snobette, HipHopSince1987 and Idolator who called the track a “radio ready banger.”

Watch/Listen “Don’t Talk Back”: https://goodgirl.lnk.to/donttalkback 

Watch/Listen to “Thirsty” ft. Mulatto: https://goodgirl.lnk.to/thirsty

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Mulatto – Muwop feat. Gucci Mane

Today, rising Atlanta rapper Mulatto releases Muwop” featuring Gucci Mane, the first official single and video from her forthcoming major label debut mixtape coming this summer via RCA Records.

On “Muwop,” Mulatto flipped Gucci Mane’s 2008 track “Freaky Gurl” and made a witty, female response in a way only Latto can. The video was shot in Miami and directed by ARRAD.

Leading up to the release of “Muwop,” Latto took to Instagram to pay homage to Gucci Mane by recreating the covers of his iconic albums and mixtapes. Latto talking about “Muwop”: “I flipped Gucci Mane’s ‘Freaky Gurl’ for my project and I thought, ‘Wouldn’t it be great if he could get on it.’ When I got the text that Gucci recorded a verse for the song, I started screaming! Gucci is my favorite rapper of all time. Even when I was ten years old, in interviews I would say he was my favorite.”

Rapping since the age of 10, Mulatto is part of the elite new wave of female rappers, such as Flo Milli, City Girls, Saweetie and more, proving that women can also rule the rap scene with their unique styles, flows and verses. To date, Latto has garnered over 151 million streams on Spotify and Apple alone and her “Bitch From Da Souf (Remix)” video featuring Saweetie and Trina was viewed over 22 million times in just five months.

Mulatto, rapper, 360 MAGAZINE

Mulatto – He Say She Say

Today, rising Atlanta rapper Mulatto releases the video for her new track “He Say She Say” via RCA Records. The video was shot in Atlanta and directed by Diesel Films. Describing “He Say She Say,” Hot New Hip Hop states, “’Mulatto Spits Braggadocios Bars On New Single.’” The track was also on XXL’s “13 Best New Songs of the Week” list.

Mulatto recently released her “Bitch From Da Souf (Remix)” video featuring Saweetie & Trina, which has over 12.4 million views on YouTube- the original quickly became a TikTok hit, featured in a video by one of the app’s biggest stars, Charli D’Amelio. Her freestyle track & video “No Hook” has 3.7 million views in less than a month on YouTube, and Mulatto is currently working on her next project.

Listen towatch Mulatto’s “He Say She Say.”

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MULATTO – REMIX

21 year-old rising Atlanta rapper Mulatto releases her explosive, female-empowered “Bitch From Da Souf (Remix)” video featuring Saweetie and Trina via RCA Records. The video premiered on Complex, BET JAMS and BET Hip Hop.
 
Shot in Los Angeles and Atlanta, the Sara Lacombe-directed video (Cardi B, City Girls, Lil Baby) has Mulatto teaming up with LA’s Saweetie and Miami’s Trina, showing what it takes to be “that bitch” from any region. From Frisco’s Carhop Diner in LA, to a strip club in ATL, the three rappers flex their witty lyrics with a delivery and presence that is unmatched.
 
Watch Mulatto’s “Bitch From Da Souf” Remix video HERE
 
Last night, Mulatto announced her signing with RCA Records via her socials. Regarding signing with RCA, Mulatto comments, “The buzz that ‘Bitch From Da Souf’ created put so many offers on the table for me all at once. I was in New York and LA having meetings back to back. RCA stood out off rip. The meeting didn’t feel like a meeting at all. Everybody from the interns to the CEO [Peter Edge] himself were there to meet me when I got there. We popped bottles, played new music, and really just talked shit on a Friday night way after the office was already closed. Signing was especially a big deal for me being that I came from a TV show where I publicly turned down a record deal. For 5 years I worked independently waiting for the right opportunity to present itself. I knew in my heart that it was time and felt 100% confident in choosing RCA.”
 
RCA Records Chairman & CEO, Peter Edge states, “We’re excited to have Mulatto join the RCA family. She is a bright, talented young star who has already made incredible strides in her career. She is rapidly becoming a frontrunner amongst her peers and we’re looking forward to being a part of that process.”
 
Press outlets such as Complex and Okayplayer named her an “Artist to Watch in 2020.” Complex states, “Mulatto’s musical ability is top notch, but the way she carries herself is almost as important. She exudes confidence.” Describing her style/delivery, the outlet explains, “She takes the tropes of Southern bounce and infuses them with Atlanta strip club swag, landing somewhere between City Girls and Rico Nasty.”

*Photo Credit: Raphael The Cam Killa Simien