Freebandz rep Doe Boy teams up with 42 Dugg, Rowdy Rebel for his new single and music video ‘Aint My Fault.’
The same people who underestimate you are the same people looking for a handout when you’re winning. Being counted out is the right amount of gas needed to fuel anyone wanting to achieve greatness and Bizzy Crook knows the feeling. The amount of success he’s obtained throughout the years has made him realize that not everyone has his best interest. Bizzy Crook is an artist continually evolving and elevating himself to new heights. His latest single “Played Out” featuring hip hop giant, 42 Dugg is the perfect combination to keep Crook on a career high.
“Played Out” is an ode to all the ones who tried to play Bizzy Crook. From past relationships to short lived friendships, “Played Out” calls everyone out to prove to himself and to them that he never needed anyone to succeed. The more you level up in life, the more people start to fall out of line. We give so much of ourselves to those who take without giving anything in return. “Ex [bleep] tried to play me look at how that played out” — is a bar that insinuates that the ones closest to you are the ones praying for your downfall behind closed doors.
42 Dugg and Lil Durk link up for ‘Free Ric’ music video, that’s from the Detroit rapper Free Dem Boyz deluxe album.
Stream/ download ‘Buddah’ by Rezz: https://album.link/i/1584019488
When it comes to creating a cohesive project, there are a few components that need to be taken into consideration — production, sequencing, style, and vocal delivery. For immersive St. Louis rapper Rezz, he’s been able to establish all four on his newest EP entitled Buddah. The title comes from a childhood nickname given to him by his late grandfather and is an indication as to what to expect from the full-length project.
On the Buddah EP, Rezz finds his stride in expressing the ins and outs of his hustler lifestyle that comes equipped with fast spending and even faster decision making. On tracks like “Voicemail”, he dispels his own personal experience when it comes to choosing between his personal life and chasing a check. The braggadocious “Swerve”, which features 42 Dugg, acts as the single for the EP with him wrapping up the 10-track project with ”30 for 30” featuring production by 300hz and Zero.
The young rapper worked alongside a number of talented producers like ROCKTEE, CHASETHEMONEY, and Drellonthetrack and worked closely with late engineer Turn Me Up Josh. During their time knowing each other, Rezz was able to witness the young engineer truly perfect his sound and see the passion he had for it. He was the first to come to mind to engineer the Buddah EP but passed away during the middle of the recording process. He was able to provide the ideal template to help the project materialize.
Rezz truly takes the spotlight as his long hours in the studio proved to pay off. He impressively takes full control of handling the engineering and recording of the project, even recording some tracks in his bedroom. The intimate recollection of his day-to-day life is laced with vibrant production and hard-hitting bars that are sure to have you run it back.
42 Dugg is back with a new music video for ‘Bestfriends’ from his recent released project, Free Dem Boyz.
Bringing together the game’s biggest stars and most exciting risers, a Rolling Loud lineup perfectly encapsulates the current rap zeitgeist. Outdoing themselves for their first live event since 2019, Rolling Loud announces the lineup for Miami 2021, featuring over 130 of the hottest acts in hip-hop. Keeping much of the original 2020 lineup intact, including headliners Travis Scott, Post Malone and A$AP Rocky, Rolling Loud Miami 2021 is a triumphant return for live rap music, and a coming out party for risers and new superstars eager to play in front of a festival crowd. The sixth Rolling Loud festival in Miami, where it started as a humble 1-day event in Bayfront Park, Rolling Loud Miami 2021 will occur on July 23rd-25th at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL.
Along with the headliners, the Miami 2021 festival brings rap superstars like Lil Baby, 21 Savage, DaBaby, Young Thug, Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Uzi Vert, and Playboi Carti, ascendant artists like Roddy Ricch, Rod Wave, Lil Tjay, Pooh Shiesty, Polo G, Ski Mask The Slump God, City Girls, and Coi Leray, buzzworthy names like $NOT, Toosii, 42 Dugg, Blxst, Sheff G, Sleepy Hallow, Rubi Rose, Hotboii, and Bfb Da Packman, and veteran icons like Rick Ross, Gucci Mane, T-Pain, Curren$y, Fetty Wap, and Wale.
The upcoming event is the first Rolling Loud in the festival’s hometown of Miami since 2019, after the 2020 festival was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For the 2021 edition, Rolling Loud will honor all passes for fans who held onto their 2020 tickets, and will grant refunds to ticket-holders who are no longer able to attend. Limited tickets for the 2021 festival will be available for sale at 12 PM ET on April 23rd.
During the pandemic, with no live show possibilities in sight, Rolling Loud pivoted to become a heavy-hitter in the world of Livestreaming, drawing millions of unique viewers and landing multiple events in Pollstar’s Year-End Livestream Chart. Rolling Loud has hosted three multi-day “Loud Stream” festivals on Twitch, with headliners like Trippie Redd, Swae Lee, Gunna, Ski Mask The Slump God, Fetty Wap, and Lil Skies. Rolling Loud uses their official Twitch channel to drive and comment on rap culture, welcoming special guests to weekly programming like The Rotation, The Leak, Got Bars?, and more.
The well-being of Rolling Loud attendees, employees, and artists is of the utmost importance. Rolling Loud Miami 2021 will proceed to the extent permitted by local authorities.
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Taleban Dooda is tearing up the Florida scene with his nimble melodics and raw lyricism. Ready to harness his prodigious talent into a full-length effort, the 18-year-old East Tampa native formally announces Fallen Angel, his forthcoming debut album. Bursting with invention and earworm hooks, the upcoming album gives a home to recently released highlights like “Chosen” ft. T9ine,
Fallen Angel releases on May 14th via Green Light Music Group/Rostrum Records.
Buy/Stream “Trappin’ Ain’t Dead” ft. 42 Dugg: https://smarturl.it/DoodaTrappinAintDead
Armed with a silky smooth flow and a fierce determination to succeed, Slimelife Shawty is the next addition to ATL’s A-List. Updating his biggest hit yet with an appearance from guest verse god 42 Dugg, Slime shares “Clappers” (Remix). Produced by Nile Waves & 3LTHEGOD, the song originally titled “Don’t Worry (Clappers)” sends an emphatic message to the steppers–keep your mind on your own money and don’t worry about what your superiors are up to. 42 Dugg proves to be a worthy addition to the song, borrowing Slime’s rolling cadences on his super-sized verse. The visualizer is an invigorating collage, combining highlights from Slime’s burgeoning career with new footage of Slime and 42 Dugg and images captured from nature and sporting events.