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niceymost addresses the hidden hate on “Fake Smiles” | @niceymost

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Florida has had a pretty consistent presence in hip-hop dating back to the 90’s and that’s no different now. With artists like Rod Wave, City Girls and others all seeing major success out of the Sunshine State, another artist is set to do the same by the name of niceymost. The burgeoning MC brings his new single “Fake Smiles”, a record that addresses the wolves in sheep’s clothing niceymost may encounter on his journey. The Sharke produces the single and builds his best around a familiar sample, adding to the song’s catchiness. “Fake Smiles” acts as the lead single for niceymost’s debut album “The Summer That Never Happened”, which is set to arrive before 2020 closes out.

niceymost last dropped a complete project in 2019 in the form of the EP “the sickness: symptoms of pain”. His progression as an artist shines thoroughly on “Fake Smiles” as he shrugs off the naysayers who don’t wish him well behind his back. In regards to the new single niceymost said the following: “When I was recording this single, I really felt like I found myself as an artist and what I wanted to bring to music. Sharke, a long time friend and producer, sent the record over and it was done within the same day. I felt like this single would be the perfect way to kick off my album to drop at the end of this year,”

Check the record out now and follow @niceymost on all platforms to keep up with the MC in the lead up to his new LP.

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Faith Walker Self-Titled Album & Aint Ez Video

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TAOT Recordings and R&B vocalist Faith Walker announce the release of her highly anticipated self-titled album. The 11-track project features her critically acclaimed single “Head in the Clouds” with Ray Robinson along with a selection of seasoned producers including Joebi-Wan, J. Forgione, Black Orchid, R. Brown, Cylla, A. Thomas, Neccoy and DJ Goffe of Audiotraxx, Marcus Kane, Nick Iden, and O. Tukai.

Watch the official video for “Head in the Clouds” here on YouTube

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The album encompasses the strength of Faith and invites listeners and fans into her personal journey as a survivor of cancer, toxic relationships, and most importantly her pillar of resilience. It’s Faith’s purpose to share this album throughout communities and embark on a mission to educate the youth on the importance of hope, standing up for what you believe in, as well as creative expression.  “While I aspire to inspire, this album is my proudest accomplishment.”

Stream ‘Faith Walker’ and watch the latest video of the album. In “Aint’ Ez” Faith brings her audience into a realm she knows far too well of hospital beds, grief-stricken loved ones, and sadness. But her heartfelt vocals and chilling melodies speak volumes on beating the odds even after only given two days to live…

 

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https://faithwalkermusic.bandcamp.com/album/faith-walker

https://open.spotify.com/album/4Ii3JKjlvsxRH8CXPaI3Sd

https://music.apple.com/ca/album/faith-walker/1539992557

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Rapper T-Divinci Gets Vulnerable With New Single “I Miss You”

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Meet T-Divinci — an upcoming rapper based in Inglewood, CA that you need to know. She just released a new single called “I Miss You,” which is an upbeat anthem that displays T-Divinci’s skills as a rapper who can really flow.

She’s not afraid to let her audience see her vulnerable side — staying authentically her throughout each project that she puts out. In her new track “I Miss You,” for example, T-Divinci raps about how she feels to a love interest. She also talks about her life as a former trap girl and what life in the streets was like.

“It’s just basically me being my cocky self and trying express how I how I feel to a love interest,” she said.

In one of her most impressive releases to date, “I Miss You,” serves as a great introduction to what she is capable of. Her flow is distinctive and can be described as a unique blend of Tupac and Kanye West meeting Lil Kim.

T-Divinci (who’s name is inspired by Leonardo Divinci), says that her main goal is to be the “greatest female rapper of all time.” She also wants to top the Billboard charts one day and successfully run her own record label. Her plans for becoming a staple in music history are large and she’s just getting started.

You can stay up to date with her at @tdivinci.

Check out her latest single “I Miss You” out now on all platforms.

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