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BIG BRATT – FIRST CLASS

Today, rising Chattanooga-bred rapper Big Bratt releases “First Class,” an energetic new single powered by crushing bass, rapid-fire flexes, and irrepressible attitude. The track arrives with accompanying video, watch above or listen at all digital retailers here.

Over a minimal, speaker-rattling instrumental, Bratt serves up confident bars about her approach to romance. “Told him he can be my trick, but he can’t be my man,” she raps in her deep Southern drawl, “Every time I leave a nigga, make him go insane.” Elsewhere, she dives into some casual flexing, flaunting her knack for stacking money and detailing the life of luxury that’s resulted from her success. “I’m in first class with my feet up,” she raps on the infectious chorus.

 

With hard-hitting bars and a memorable hook, “First Class” is further proof that Big Bratt is well on her way to big things. This new song arrives just over a month after the Cinematic Music Group rapper’s “Paid in Full,” a song and video made in the spirit of the 2002 film of the same name. In the video, she plays her own version of the movie’s kingpin protagonist while still making time to hit up the basketball court and kick it with her crew. It’s a visual that is rooted deeply in hip-hop culture and it demands you pay attention, something plenty of new listeners are starting to do with every Big Bratt release. 

 

This recent run of singles, which started with the reflective 2020 track “Rich Rollxn,” shows off why she’s caught the attention of critics and tastemakers — DJ BOOTH has already identified her as one of “10 rappers you should know right now.” With the fierce charisma and natural dexterity on display on songs like “First Class,” Bratt seems poised to continue making noise throughout the rest of 2021 and beyond. 

 

About Big Bratt: 

Raised on Southern hip-hop legends like Boosie and 8Ball & MJG, Bratt stepped into the studio for the first time as a little girl. During her high school years, she learned how to make beats and started sharing her remixes on social media, and soon began putting her fierce work ethic to the test. “Before I got my vehicle I was always catching the bus or getting an Uber to Nashville from three hours away,” says Bratt. “It was hard but I didn’t care what it took; I just knew I needed to get to the studio.”

 

Now at work on her debut project, Bratt has teamed up with producers like Bankroll Got It (Stunna 4 Vegas, Smokepurpp, Lil Pump) to further develop her sound. “The whole goal of this project is to be motivational,” she says. “I want all the females my age to know they deserve more, but they can’t be lazy or depend on anybody else to make it happen. It’s time to go get it on their own.”

 

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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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Blacc Zacc New Video

Today, rapper Blacc Zacc drops the music video for “What I Did Today” and it’s the perfect bop for anyone who enjoys the finer things in life

A lot of us could use any kind of good news these days to lift our spirits and today that good news comes in the form of motivation to hustle. For rapper Blacc Zacc, of South Coast Music Group/Interscope Records, his hard work has afforded him the comfortable lifestyle of buying what he wants, when he wants. In his new video for “What I Did Today,” he walks you through his daily schedule of expensive errands. Director FoolWithTheCamera follows Blacc Zacc as he picks up a flooded out chain and other jewelry before heading to the studio. It’s all in a day’s work for the “Carolina Narco.”

Watch the video for “What I Did Today” here.

Known as “The Richest Rapper in the State,” the Columbia, SC native has now also successfully branded “Carolina Narco” through the release of his debut album, a title single and short film. Listen to Carolina Narco here. In a Billboard interview, Blacc Zacc explained his goals: “I want to get a Grammy, platinum records and get other artists from my city or other places on too. But I really want to show people in South Carolina that it can happen for any one of us. It’s our turn now.” The interview continued to describe the project: “With his lyrical agility and impressive storytelling skills, Zacc brings to life the tales of the gritty street life he lived firsthand in his hometown.”

The 11-track debut album featured appearances from Moneybagg Yo, Yo Gotti, Stunna 4 Vegas, and DaBaby. Heavily influenced by the street life, each track rings of authenticity while also showcasing Blacc Zacc’s superior emcee skills. The latest single, “Plain Jane,” separated himself from the average person’s life choices and the upgrades he’s able to afford. Before that, “Make a Sale” featuring Moneybagg Yo gave fans a taste of what to expect on stage when Blacc Zacc was invited to join Moneybagg Yo’s recently-postponed Time Served Tour. The album features production by Young Kio, OG Parker, Romano and more.

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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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