Inas X Release New Visual ‘Gets Me High’

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New York, NY  Brooklyn native, Inas X is ready to take you on an emotional journey with the release of her new single, “Gets Me High”. This song will give you the motivation you need to get you through the day. The music video demonstrates Inas X overcoming various scenarios we see on a day to day basis. From fighting with her love interest, to then receiving an eviction notice from her apartment, Inas X reacts to the negativity and eventually breaks free to rise to the top. “Gets Me High” will be available for purchase on all major retailers such as Spotify and iTunes.

Inas X’s goal in life is to spread love and knowledge. She believes this world needs more honesty and care, and will stop at nothing to get her message across. “What doesn’t kill me gets me high”, is a lyric anyone can relate to and the perfect pick me up for anyone going through a hard time.

Inas X vocalizes through her lyrics that no matter what life throws at you, you have to come back stronger and conquer the world.



                                        FOLLOW INAS X ONLINE HERE: @INASX   

Rich Rillz – Richer Than Your Favorite Rapper (Mixtape)

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Straight from 127th Street and 8th Ave of Harlem, Rich Rillz delivers his newest mixtape Richer Than Your Favorite Rapper. Mentored by Harlem’s own Max B, Rich Rillz puts forth a rock-solid effort on the 13-track body of work, produced by Triple A in its entirety.

Like the project’s title, Rich is here to affirm his self-assurance and station in the rap game. A refreshing switch-up from the typical dope-boy narrative, Rich has a different movement, the GMB movement, which is short for “Grown Man Business.” His grind is enthused by getting out there and hustling for your respective grind. The money won’t fall into your lap and Rich’s base-heavy bangers motivate that hustler’s ambition.

Ariu$ – “White Girl”

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They ain’t tryna let a nigga like me in, but if u know me, Ima come in anyway” are words Elizabeth, NJ artist Ariu$ live by in this music industry. After serving time for a 1st degree robbery charge, Ariu$ devoted all his time & effort on getting in & making his mark felt. With the release of his first EP, Fabio Ochoa: The Street Bible comes the contagious single “White Girl” produced by Clyde & Harry. They might have no choice but to let a nigga like Ariu$ in.

Twitter: @AriusTheGod

North Carolina Artist Blac Boi Drops New Visual “Wit Da Sh*t”

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North Carolina is not only one of the most spectacular landscapes and home to amazing food, but its also full of a rich hiphop scene. Up and coming artist Blac Boi is one of those artist flourishing in the thriving hiphop scene. This time Blac Boi has combined forces with Street Execs production company WeHardProductions to create a insanely unique visual for his latest single “Wit Da Shit” shot and directed by Howard Ross and produced by WeHardProductions.

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JBdaPilot – Hometown Girl

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takes a leaf out of Destiny’s Child’s book, sampling their 1999 hit “Say My Name,” reworking it into his own 2016 version with “Hometown Girl.” The C. Justice and Lex Q-produced track finds the Virginia Beach, VA native narrating a proverbial love story of college romance. The record is inspired by his own personal experiences, with JBdaPilot detailing what-if’s about his girl’s whereabouts all the way to him making a cheating admission. The melodic fifty-fifty sing-rap provides the perfect medium for the college kid to dish on his relationship distresses.

Twitter: @JBdaPilot