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Big man Pradda – Guala @itspradda

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Coming in with one of the most fire voices I’ve ever heard. Big man Pradda dropped one of the hardest tapes ever recently with The Grove$ide Tape. Right out the gate you’re hit with this menacing bassline, then Pradda comes in and you’re like “What is happening?” He raps like he’s taunting you before he’s about to kill you, like he hasn’t shown you his full potential it’s wild. Plus, “Tell ’em hit me on my motorola, while you bumpin’ Yachty, I dump the body in Minnesota” is one of the hardest bars I’ve ever heard wow. Braggadocious raps are some of favorite songs ever. That’s what you get with Guala. Pradda, Ronin and Coogi rap about how they’re truly better than their competition and how they need to be dressed head to toe in the finest clothes. Pradda is one of the best, he has so many flows it’s ridiculous to try and put him in one box and it really shows on this EP.

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Stream: YoungMax400 Drops “So 400” Project

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YoungMax400 Back

YoungMax400 is BACK! After the release of his project in 2018 entitled Man On 400, Max was going to do a sequel to his first project “DueToTheFact” but the artist had a change of heart and wanted to make a project about his side of town. So 400 was birthed from that. Max released his first loosie “Shyne” earlier this year and then performed (pre rona) at his own event #LOT44. The artist put his heart and soul into the 5 track project. The project details his life living on the Nawfside of Atlanta. “So 400” included the #imso400 for his part of town. The project has 4 features that includes all artists from his side of town: Davis Woods, Hiriam Hicks, Young Swank, and Guala. Check out “So 400”.

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Solo LaMaze Expresses Outrage in Revolutionary New Video “Ain’t Normal” @sololamaze

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In his latest single “Ain’t Normal”, national recording artist Solo LaMaze takes you through the gauntlet of what is the black experience in 2020 America. With exclusive Louisville, KY protests footage and cameos from citizens affected by the struggle, Solo LaMaze delivers a powerful message over a catchy melody. The things going on now “Ain’t Normal”.

Born in Chicago and raised in Louisville, KY, Solo LaMaze is a breath of fresh air for the growing music scene in the Midwest. As with all the greats, Solo LaMaze found his passion early picking up the mic at the age of 11. His love for hip-hop and music started in battle rap but soon evolved when he began his career as a recording artist at age 12.

Solo was mentored by the late Grammy Award winning producer, Static Major. His first single “Eeeh” blazed Louisville’s #1 Hip-Hop station B96.5 in heavy rotation. He later released club hit “Ooshewanparty” featuring super producer DJ Khaled helping establish a fanbase worldwide.

His latest single “Ain’t Normal” is available in all major stores now via Raw Motion Entertainment.

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