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Yung Meme Dedicates New 21-Track Project ‘Easy Come Easy Go’ to Fans

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The South Carolina rapper delivers his new 21-track body of work.

After serving up a handful of singles, South Carolina-based rapper Yung Meme drops off his 21-track project, ‘Easy Come Easy Go.’ Grabbing GBP Beats, Radical, St. Nick, Ross Gossage, Oracl3, Lil Dende, TYG2X, Harz, Bliv Beats, and KELS2X, Yung Meme enlists a variety of talented producers for this body of work. Building momentum from his unique blend of Grunge/Hip-Hop, it’s no wonder why the album has well over 300K streams across all platforms.
“I’ve been working on this project continuously for almost 2 years now, I really love the range of rage and different emotions! I dedicate this one to all of my supporters,” Yung Meme shares with us.
“Focus,” “Amethyst,” and “Hell Boi” are some of the key stand outs on the project so far, the latter of which closing in on 50K streams on Spotify. An audible, personal journey through love, sadness, and uplifting melodies, Easy Come Easy Go is truly a special project.
Stream the album below, and be sure to follow Yung Meme on Instagram to stay up-to-date with his forthcoming releases.
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SplashyD’s new album ‘Thank Vlad’

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Middletown, NY artist SplashyD’s new project ‘Thank Vlad’

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SplashyD – Thank Vlad

1 Thank Vlad Intro
2 Practice
3 Silence
4 Here We Go Freestyle
5 Concrete Rose
6 AAU (ft. Benny Bills, Riot)
7 Family Ties (ft. Benny Bills, Riot)

Label – ColdHearted Ent “CHEnt”
IG – @splashforshort
Youtube – Splashforshort

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Maniac Blac Debuts ‘Concrete Island’ EP (Produced by Harold Scrap Fretty)

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Maniac Blac debuts the highly anticipated EP ‘Concrete Island’ produced by Harold Scrap Fretty (producer of Tupac’s ‘God Can’t Judge Me’). The 7-track project ranks number 46 on Amazon’s Hip Hop Release Chart.

Harold’s superb blend of new and old school melodies heightens Blac’s diverse style and flow throughout the EP, which touches on multiple worldly issues. Blac mentions police brutality, racism, senseless violence in low-income housing, and more disheartening topics. Blac stated he wanted the project to speak up for the ones who can’t speak and the children who grow up in single-parent households.

In a short period of time, the EP has landed on The Real DJ Spins mixtape, spins on multiple radio stations on the East Coast, and has gained hundreds of streams in the Los Angeles area. ‘Concrete Island’ is available on Amazon as well as all other streaming platforms. Check out the project below and enjoy your journey through ‘Concrete Island.’

A majority of the proceeds from ‘Concrete Island’ go to the B.C.R.F. (Breast Cancer Research Foundation) to help spread prevention and awareness about breast cancer.

Amazon Link: http://ow.ly/fFZH30rV5L5

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