Posts tagged with "southern rap"

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YoungBoy & Birdman × From The Bayou

December 10, 2021, YoungBoy and Birdman released their joint mixtape, From The Bayou. Listen HERE.

Both popular rap stars came together and created ten new tracks together. Their music, together, fuses “magnetically melodic hooks with diamond-encrusted lyrical flexes.” From The Bayou joins together contrasting eras and fashions of Louisiana rap with two of the most prominent and influential to come out of the state on one jointed project.

The tape starts off with “100 Rounds,” and then moves to Birdman handing off to YoungBoy on “Young Stunna,” and the tape finishes on the Southern rap masterclass that is “How Ya Kno.”

From The Bayou Track List

  1. 100 Rounds
  2. We Ride
  3. Choppa Boy
  4. Open Arms
  5. Alligator Walk
  6. The Bigger End
  7. Young Stunna
  8. Safe Than Sorry
  9. Heart & Soul
  10. How Ya Kno
  11. Achievements
  12. Black Ball
  13. Stuck With Me
The Assignment via Noelle Accardi for use by 360 Magazine

Tay Money – The Assignment

Tay Money flexes on a fiery new track entitled “The Assignment”. Fueled by a skittering bounce, Tay eases into her confident and charismatic bars with an announcement, “I understood the assignment”. Ahead of its release, the track has already made its rounds on TikTok with over 280K videos and climbing. 

“The Assignment” is available now at all digital retailers. Listen HERE.

Tay Money upholds her red-hot streak this summer. In July, she made her U.S. major festival debut with a standout set at Rolling Loud Miami, bringing the crowd to its feet. “The Assignment” arrives on the heels of a string of summer anthems including tracks “Shake” and “Asthma Pump” which both feature the unfiltered lyrics and attitude that have made the Dallas artist one to watch. Having been featured on the digital cover of ELEVATOR, and hailed by FLAUNT as “one of the hardest female rappers of our generation,” Tay’s in the midst of a hot streak that stretches back to the release of Blockedt. She made that EP with heavyweights like Derrick Milano (a co-writer on Megan Thee Stallion’s “Hot Girl Summer”) and Bankroll Got It (producers of hits like “DO DAT” by Stunna 4 Vegas featuring DaBaby & Lil Baby)—collaborations that fed into the boundary-pushing energy of her tracks since. “Shake” showcases an exciting new side of Tay’s style, highlighting her ability to craft emotionally stirring songs while still sticking to her favorite topic―flaunting her assets.

About Tay Money

In just over two years, Tay Money, the Athens-born, Dallas-based rapper has racked up millions of views and streams thanks to her witty punchlines and unique musical approach. Her debut song, “Na Na” marked the beginning of her career as an artist and set the tone for the originality that she would bring to the rest of her records to come. Within months of her first release, she was selling out shows in Dallas and had gained a cult-like following among her listeners (now dubbed Tay Army). 

With her bouncy trap beats, unmistakable Texas twang, and unapologetically catchy rhymes, Tay began to reach commercial success with her breakout song “Trapper’s Delight” in 2018. With what was originally a risky move to expand her music outside the limits of her hometown of Dallas, the video for “Trapper’s Delight” amassed over 1.1 million views in under two months. Since then, she’s continued to release many more viral hits including “Bussin” (11 million YouTube views), “Bussin 2.0” with Saweetie (7 million YouTube views), and “Brat” featuring Mulatto, two of which are on her recently released EP, Blockedt. The widely acclaimed project led to many defining moments for Tay, landing spots on coveted playlists including Spotify’s New Music Friday, Feelin Myself, and Release Radar as well as Apple Music’s The Plug and New In Hip Hop. The project also received praise from FLAUNT who hailed her as “one of the biggest women rappers in Texas”, SPIN who noted that she was “one of the biggest women rappers in Texas”, and ELEVATOR who named her their February cover star. Now, with the cosigns of some of the biggest up-and-coming female rappers, and having surpassed the milestone of over 100 million U.S. streams, Tay plans to build on her momentum with her forthcoming EP.

OMB Peezy x New Single

ALABAMA’S OWN OMB PEEZY RELEASES NEW TRACK “LET UP” + NEW SINGLE OFF OF UPCOMING PROJECT TOO DEEP FOR TEARS TO BE RELEASED THIS YEAR

SET TO GRACE ROLLING LOUD STAGE IN MIAMI THIS YEAR

Today Alabama rapper OMB Peezy releases new single “Let Up“. This song showcases Peezy’s signature flow alongside a hypnotic, texturized beat. With cosigns ranging from Lil Boosie to Meek Mill, OMB Peezy is proving he is a force to be reckoned with, which he makes clear in “Let Up”, declaring “I got my foot up on their neck and I ain’t gon’ let up.” As a follow-up to his viral single “Big Homie“, which has accumulated over 18 million views on YouTube, and a string of pop-up performances nationwide — “Let Up” is the beginning of a new chapter for OMB Peezy.

WATCH “LET UP” BY OMB PEEZY HERE:

ABOUT OMB PEEZY:
Alabama born rapper OMB Peezy is known by his distinctive sound that marries influences to the South and West. Peezy inked a deal with 300 Entertainment and E-40’s Sick Wid It Records, going on to release his debut EP, Humble Beginnings, in October 2017, which has amassed over 20 million streams across platforms. Peezy was named YouTube’s Artist On The Rise in 2017. His sophomore project, Loyalty Over Love, via Sick Wid It Records/300 Ent., features guest appearances from TK Kravitz, Mozzy, Paper Lovee, with production by DrumDummie, Dave-O, Dubba-AA and Ear Drummers, among others. His newest music video for his popular single, “Big Homie” garnered over 18 Million views on Youtube, and Peezy shows no sign of slowing down, as he gears up to release his next project Too Deep For Tears.

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JEEZY UNEARTHS LEGENDARY RAP MAGAZINE ‘OZONE’

JEEZY UNEARTHS LEGENDARY RAP MAGAZINE ‘OZONE’ FOR SPECIAL COMMEMORATIVE EDITION IN CELEBRATION OF TM 104: THE LEGEND OF THE SNOWMAN FORTY EIGHT-PAGE COLLECTORS EDITION AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY ONLINE; INCLUDES A DIGITAL COPY OF JEEZY’S BRAND NEW ALBUM TM 104 IS OUT NOW! LISTEN HERE

By popular demand, your favorite rapper’s favorite magazine is back in town for one night only! OZONE MAGAZINE – the legendary chronicle of southern rap – has been dormant since it’s last printed issue in 2010.

Now, in celebration of TM 104: The Legend Of The Snowman – the final installment of his classic Thug Motivation series – Jeezy has resurrected the beloved magazine he first graced the cover of in 2005. This 48-page, full color, limited-edition OZONE Magazine features a brand new exclusive Jeezy interview plus all the classic Jeezy moments from the OZONE archives .

“I can’t think of anyone better than Jeezy to resurrect OZONE,” said Julia Beverly, OZONE’s founder and editor-in-chief.  “Both of our brands represent authenticity, that 100% real hustle. He’s always been an artist who’s willing to put in the work, and clearly it’s paid off with his career longevity.”

The Jeezy x OZONE collector’s edition magazine will be available for $11 and will include a digital copy of Jeezy’s new album TM 104: The Legend Of The Snowman.

Pick up your copy at online.

BERNARD JABS RELEASES NEW VIDEO “COME OUTSIDE” DIRECTED BY LOUIEKNOWS

WATCH HERE

CATCH BERNARD ON TOUR WITH IANN DIOR STARTING JULY 12 IN ATLANTA! BUY TICKETS HERE

LISTEN TO COLDHEARTED EP HERE

In an era where there seems to be a side-story of viral fame or leveraging online connections to rise to the top, 18-year-old high school student Bernard Jabs has carved his budding career out from pure authenticity. In Bernard Jabs’ first uploaded track, Gotta Get It, there is the obvious sound of his younger teenage voice, but within that sound is also the raw skill Bernard holds. His ability to channel the charisma of the music he grew up on and blend it with more current rap trends keeps Bernard circulating as one of the brightest new talents of a generation.
 
Growing up in Tifton, Georgia during part of the height of Southern rap, Bernard gravitated towards the star power of Lil Wayne. After seeing Wayne in the music video for “Stuntin’ Like My Daddy,” Bernard was entranced in the lifestyle – the cars, the girls, the money, the confidence. Bernard Jabs took to the culture surrounding southern rap and used that history to guide him towards the future.

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Bernard Jabs Drops New Song

DEF JAM’S UNDISPUTED 17-YEAR-OLD PHENOM BERNARD JABS DROPS NEW SONG “STICKS”

LISTEN HERE

JABS WILL BE FEATURED IN DEF JAM’S UNDISPUTED COMPILATION, OUT MARCH 8TH!

Best New Artists of 2018

“Thousands of rappers have spent the past few years experimenting with two-minute, adrenaline rush-style tracks, but Georgia’s Bernard Jabs already seems to have perfected them.” – Pigeons & Planes

20 Rappers To Watch In 2019

“Bernard’s penchant for infectiously fun melodies, breezy beats, and deceptively layered bars will catch on in no time.” – COMPLEX

“Bernard Jabs is the coolest high schooler in the world… With one of the most intriguing voices in the rap game, he makes nearly any flow or cadence sound cool.” – Elevator

ABOUT BERNARD JABS

In an era where there seems to be a side-story of viral fame or leveraging online connections to rise to the top, 17-year-old high school student Bernard Jabs has carved his budding career out from pure authenticity. In Bernard Jabs’ first uploaded track, Gotta Get It, there is the obvious sound of his younger teenage voice, but within that sound is also the raw skill Bernard holds. His ability to channel the charisma of the music he grew up on and blend it with more current rap trends keeps Bernard circulating as one of the brightest new talents of a generation.

Growing up in Tifton, Georgia during part of the height of Southern rap, Bernard gravitated towards the star power of Lil Wayne. After seeing Wayne in the music video for “Stuntin’ Like My Daddy,” Bernard was entranced in the lifestyle – the cars, the girls, the money, the confidence. Bernard Jabs took to the culture surrounding southern rap and used that history to guide him towards the future.

FOLLOW BERNARD JABS

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