WHOKILLEDXIX Is Back With Raw New Single And Video “ANXIETY”

WHOKILLEDXIX return with the raw, distortion-filled new single “ANXIETY.” The Connecticut-bred duo, comprised of Karm The Tool and Yung Skayda, dig deep, leaving no emotional stone unturned on the high-energy track. It’s the kind of unfiltered, stream-of-consciousness punk energy that makes WHOKILLEDXIX one of 2022’s most welcome breakouts. The track arrives alongside a frenetic video, as well as news of the duo’s new album PULLBACK, out October 28.

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LAYA Serves Up “Sailor Moon 2.0” Featuring Baby Tate

Reupping and recharging a breakout fan favorite track, LAYA unveils “Sailor Moon 2.0” featuring Atlanta rap star Baby Tate.

Stream: https://laya.lnk.to/SailorMoon2

Right now, LAYA is traveling the country supporting Alex Isley on the Marigold Tour. This follows LAYA’s recent performances as support for Teyana Taylor’s The Last Rose Motel Tour. Later this month, LAYA will be embarking on tour with Phabo. Tour dates below and HERE

LAYA TOUR DATES:

Saturday, October 1 – Toronto, ON @ Drake Hotel Underground 

Monday, October 3 – Ferndale, MI @ The Loving Touch 

Wednesday, October 5 – Chicago, IL @ Subterranean 

Friday, October 7 – Manhattan, NY @ S.O.B.’s 

Saturday, October 8 – Philadelphia, PA @ Milkboy Philly 

Tuesday, October 11 – Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl 

Thursday, October 13 – Dallas, TX @ Cambridge Room, House of Blues 

Friday, October 14 – Houston, TX @ Bronze Peacock Room, House of Blues 

Sunday, October 16 – Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge 

Wednesday, October 19 – San Francisco, CA @ Café du Nord 

Saturday, October 22 – Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room 

Sunday, October 23 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo

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Music: PRLM CHLD – “Dolce”  

Drawing comparisons to the legendary Hip-Hop group, “Fugees,” Philadelphia duo PRLM CHLD has established a name for themselves in the “215” and beyond after releasing several well-received singles and grabbing co-signs from Jadakiss, Fabolous, and Wyclef Jean himself.

Consisting of members Scottie Kash and Pride Zu, PRLM CHLD’s latest release comes in the form of the luxuriously melodic  track, “Dolce.” 

A mesmerizingly smooth, afro-beats infused jam, the Pride Zu-produced “Dolce” finds the Philly duo singing about the rewards of patience and in turn, perseverance. “Promise me you goin’ cheer me on and hold it down for the team, yeah yeah,” the pre-chorus goes.Their lyrics offer hope and the promise of better days despite the dark times one may be going through, especially when the journey is with a loved one.  

“Dolce was inspired by the conversation between you and the loved ones around you to keep that promise to keep faith while coming from humble beginnings in order to see those rewards come later,” the duo shares with us. 

While the Summer is coming to an end, “Dolce” is a reassuring, audible vacay that is just as breezy as it is bold. 

Stream PRLM CHLD’s new song below, and stay up-to-date with their forthcoming releases by following them on Instagram here

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Van Buren Records Shares New Single And Visual “CASH RULES”

Van Buren Records have just shared their latest single, “CASH RULES.” On the AZIZTHESHAKE produced track, rappers Luke Bar$, SAINT LYOR, FELIX!, Jiles, Andrew Regis, and Meech BOLD take turns delivering colorful bars while flexing their own unique flows, each delivered with style, precision, and grit. The single is the new visual from their debut album, Bad For Press.

Photo Credit: @xoxohadas

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The Bronx’s Kenzo Balla Runs The City in “Don’t Panic” Video Feat. Cito Blick & Pdot Sav

Bronx Bad Mon Kenzo Balla is fixing to show why he’s head and shoulders above the crowd in the NYC drill scene. Today, Kenzo is on demon time, dropping yet another speaker knocker in “Don’t Panic,” which features fellow BX upstarts, Cito Blick and Pdot Sav. The video for “Don’t Panic” takes you with Kenzo, Cito, and Pdot as they mob out across New York City like they own it.

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Ron Suno Taps Money Man On “DCH” Music Video

Bronx New York’s Ron Suno taps Money Man for “DCH,” music video. In a video directed by Benny Max, Ron and Money Man turn a night out in NYC into a movie of an experience: diamonds bright enough to blind, more bars than a jailhouse, and immaculate vibes whether they’re out in front of the club or in a graffitied train car.

Stream SUNO MODEhttps://music.empi.re/sunomode

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JuS CODE Shares New Visual For “Same CODE”

JuS CODE drops a new visual for his record “Same CODE” off his latest EP, “CODE Story 2.” Produced by Bavaro Beatz, JuS CODE blended his East Coast background with a West Coast vibe. In this low-light minimalistic visual with juxtaposing vibrant blends of color, the audience is taken through JuS CODE’s recording process.

Reminiscing on his growth and journey, he reflects on his past growing up in a household with seven siblings and the growing pains of losing friends, all while trying to maintain and persevere towards his goals. He melodically rhymes.

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Rising New Jersey Rapper Prophet The Artist Finesses With Ease In New “Moving Tact” Video

Newark, NJ rising 23 year-old rapper Prophet The Artist is back with a new video single “Moving Tact.” He displays his agility on and off the track. In the video, Prophet does his own rendition of the viral #StudioChallenge as his bottle of Rémy Martin doubles as his microphone for all the fire he’s spitting.

Stream “Moving Tact” HERE

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