“Turnt” is another good showing from two artists well-versed in New York drill music.
track itself is melodic, blending rapping and singing layered with autotune in a style similar to Lil Durk and Young Thug. The instrumental is simple, made up of mainly a few synths and drums. FishxGrits raps about staying in his own lane and outpacing his haters.
Producer and founder of ID Labs E. Dan released “Play How You Feel,” an instrumental record in which he plays with different subgenres of lofi music.
The video features a compilation of scenes from each rapper’s past music videos that cuts between regular footage and a colorful, warped version of them. The track itself shows each artist rap about their traumatic pasts, hustling through it, and their current success.
Georgia-raised artist Elhae dropped the cinematic visuals for “In My Corner,” a track off of his 2021 album “Aura III.” The video takes place in […]
New York rapper Toosii released “Thank You for Believing (The Manifestation),” the deluxe version of his mixtape “Thank You for Believing” which dropped earlier this […]
Pittsburgh rapper Fedd the God released “Activated,” featuring Chevy Woods and Wiz Khalifa, the first single off of his new EP “Sense of Urgency.” “Activated” […]
Brooklyn Tik Tok star and rapper JUFU dropped a music video for his latest single “KIWMB,” which stands for “Kickin’ It With My Bros.” This […]