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Mixtape- Street Logic 20 Hosted by @tampamystic

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Mystics Ent CEO/The Grynd Report CO-CEO Tampa Mystic releases the 20th installment of her Street Logic mixtape series. Each Month Tampa puts together a project supporting independent and unsigned artist from all over the us. Released on Spinrilla one of the biggest mixtape platforms, Tampa gives the streets exactly what they need. To get featured on the next Street Logic mixtape email Mysticsent@gmail.com

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PFM Pistol Bets on himself while New Jersey Police falsey accuses him

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One of Baltimore’s own rising artist Pistol P has been falsely accused of murder for a male victim in New Jersey. PFM PISTOL P (22) years old. He has been an influence to other young men in his city and culture. After being released for a minor run in with the law last year, the rapper has excelled tremendously in the music industry, demonstrating a young black man from the hard streets of Baltimore city being able to progress.

Rapper Pistol P began to get attention and recognition from major influencers and record labels. The rappers debut mixtape (Pistol Play) surpassed 1 Million streams. Pistol P’s single
“Trap Flow” instantly became the hottest song being played in many of Baltimore’s Clubs. Fans gravitated to rapper Pistol P and idolized him as any growing black man in Baltimore as an example that not only dreams can begin to come true but there is someone just like them from the same city who will make it.

This was inspiration to young black men. Fans anticipated rapper Pistol P’s newest mixtape to release before the year 2020 was over. But unfortunately because of his arrest and false allegations they have been left in disappointment. Coincidentally at the same time rumors were being heard of Pistol P having a major artist featuring on his upcoming project. Sounds like a career breakthrough?!

Is Baltimore that city where hope isn’t alive? Where chances are less than limited and snatched away for urban people of color? Is this a system designed for victory to be non existent in the black community? or even a system designed to put people of color against one another?

Who knows I’m just the messenger, Stay tuned for more updates on rapper Pistol P. And as fans would say “FREE PISTOL” till it’s backwards!” #Justice

Instagram: @pisto1_p
YouTube: PFM PISTOL P

Stream Pistol Play EP Now- https://music.apple.com/us/album/pistol-play-ep/1516277173

Trap Flow Official Video- https://youtu.be/LQoa1pmblbM

Motion Official Video- https://youtu.be/eX8TX4mCwDU

Big Dreams Official Video- https://youtu.be/8wEleVM3UE4

STREET SCARZ RELOADED DROPS OFFICIALLY NOV 1ST STAY TUNED AND BE READY.

STREAM STREET SCARZ 1 NOW ON ALL DIGITAL PLATFORMS- https://music.apple.com/us/album/street-scarz/1495209871

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Lightskin Bobby – ‘Last Of A Dying Breed’

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Today ATL based artist Lightskin Bobbyreleases his new album, “Last of A Dying Breed” the third single from his third album. Previously Bobby released the singles “Lil Baby” featuring Faded Mulah, “Summer Vibes” and “Ice” which combined generated over 2 million views over the past few months.

“My music mixes R&B with Hip-Hop and integrates some of my Bahamian culture into the sound,” Lightskin Bobby explained. “Even though I’m from Atlanta, I’m not your typical Atlanta artist. I can actually sing, but I’m also kind of rough around the edges so it’s easy for people to think that I’m a rapper and not a singer. Little do they know, I can rap too, but I’m still a singer first.”

Going back and forth between ballads and love songs, and stretching to club bangers and ratchet tracks, Lightskin Bobby looks to add something to his sound that’s authentic and eclectic.

My music is something that will make you durrty whine. And it all sounds authentic and not like I’m jumping all over the place, because it’s all a part of me and I do it all so well,” he added.

Getting his start as early as high school Lightskin Bobby has been on the scene in Atlanta for a decade building up for his big break.

I’ve been a professional recording artist since high school. I’ve been on the scene for quite away, always in the mix and working with other known artists and producers, singing, recording, and putting out music videos,”a 30 year old Lightskin Bobby said.  “Back then it wasn’t my time but now it’s my season to shine. So, here I am not ready to go but already going. I’m an artist. I’ve been an artist and an independent, money-making artist at that. So, I’ve surpassed just being another artist. I now have an ownership mindset. I’m the CEO of my own record label 4biddenPleasureMusic Group.”

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