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Paydroo Hits The Daily Grind In New Video “Fair Exchange”

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PG County’s Paydroo has been on a lyrical rampage lately as he ascends to mainstream stature. Now, he seizes the moment in the spotlight with the release of the new visual for the latest single, “Fair Exchange.” Directed by Richy Guzman, the visual stars, the rising emcee maneuvering around public transportation while he recites tricky rhymes about the hustle like, “Outta the youngn’s getting too it I was the first one, move smart I’m my momma’s first and only son.”

The song was inspired by the daily grit and grind that everyday joes endured on the paper chase.

“I gained inspiration to write this song as soon as Gr4ff sent it. Oftentimes my concepts come from the way the instrumentals are titled upon receiving them,” reveals Paydroo in a press statement.

“Fair Exchange” follows Paydroo’s 2021 EP, Product Of My Environment 2. The new single is the preview to the new artist’s forthcoming fifth as-yet-titled album in the works and is expected for a 2023 release on his own imprint. “Fair Exchange” is the perfect origin point to hop on the Paydroo bandwagon.

Take a look at “Fair Exchange” below, and afterward, follow Paydroo on social media.

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Mike G, Indie Artist & Radio Personality Releases “No Se” Single

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Mike G shows off the Latin culture in his new single “No Se.” The record produced by @issatorresbeats is out now on all streaming platforms. The indie artist & radio personality delivers enticing vocals in Spanish over a melodic backdrop with island melodies. The infectious vibe and catchy flow are sure to get listeners on their feet and moving to the music and vocal performance. Stream the “No Se” and connect below.

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Check Out Smook Pearson

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Smook Pearson, aka Fat Smook, was born and raised in Jackson, Tennessee, on the impoverished Eastside.

Smook Pearson has been in the streets since he was 13 or 14 years old, living the street life, which landed him behind bars a few times. No matter the adversities he faced, Smook never lost his love for rap and the hip-hop culture. He started writing poetry at an early age and became influenced by artists such as Scarface, Tupac, UGK, 8 Ball & MJG, Notorious B.I.G., DMX, and Nas, to name a
few. After seeing his poetry turn into physical forms of music, Smook started turning his poetry into rap songs, which birthed Smook Pearson, aka Fat Smook.

Smook’s music is raw and authentic. You can see the city of Jackson, Tennessee, through his songs.
Some have said his songs are a soundtrack of the city. Smook is currently signed to One Ten Music.

Heres His Latest Video

Check Out The New Album Droppin On February 25th On All Streaming Platforms

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DMV Hip Hop Artist Young Wyse Delivers “Drill On Em” Visuals

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Young Wyse, a celebrated DMV Hip Hop artist releases the official video for “Drill On Em.” The record hits heavy with punchy arrangements and trembling bass, which sets the tone and theme. Through in-your-face bars, Wyse proclaims how he handles sh*t talkers. In the video we see his crew backing him and rocking his brand from shirts to flags. Press play on the video to see what happens when Wyse snaps.

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