(Audio) Squalla – Nasty @callmeSQUALLA
Houston raised/Los Angeles based artist, Squalla, is back with his first single of the year titled “Nasty” just in time for Valentines Day.
“Play this with your Valentine after a romantic night out. I wanted to set the tone for my first release of the new year with something provocative and bold. Right in time for Valentine’s Day, “Nasty” is a vibe whether you’re headed out to get the night started or back at home when it’s all done. The straight forward lyrics and the monotone voice immediately sets the tone for a dark midnight mood. A different direction from what people can normally expect from Squalla. This one is for the grown and sexy.”
Lil Duece Drops New Visual For “Big Flex” Featuring Daj Dolla
You ain’t the hottest if you ain’t big flexin’, and rising star Lil Duece is on fire right now with the release of his Daj Dolla-featured new single “Big Flex,” which is accompanied with music video.
A follow-up to his latest single “Blessings,” the Larry J-produced single’s visual stars Lil Duece roaming the streets with the gang and getting to the bag while enjoying their trendy lifestyle. Aligned with Daj Dolla, the two stars trade off trendsetting street lyrics with one another and show new and old fans why they got next up.
“Big Flex” will appear on Lil Duece’s upcoming album coming in 2023. The Inglewood native released two album prior in 2 Vicious (2021) and Demons & Angels (2020) that generated the artist’s current fame. Lil Duece is best known for his hit song “Outside.” The infectious track has exceeded a collective 1.5 million streams across all platforms and over 1 million views on YouTube since its release in mid-February 2021.
“Big Flex,” available now on all streaming platforms, is the perfect origin point for newfound fans of the West Coast artist. Daj Dolla appears on the track courtesy of own label.
Watch “Big Flex” below, and afterward, follow Lil Duece on social media.
Tracy Supreme Releases New Single “Can’t Come Today”
NFL athlete turned rap artist Tracy Supreme drops single “Can’t Come Today” on all platforms.
The song was inspired by Tracy getting fed up with friends and family taking his kindness for weakness. Tired of being taken advantage of, Supreme simply starts setting boundaries by stating he “Can’t Come Today.”
The banger was produced by 3K Claude and is spreading virally.
(Audio) Prince of Buckhead – Missouri @princeofbuckhead
“You gotta show me, baby, I’m from Missouri,” Prince of Buckhead recites, cleverly playing on the “Show Me State” moniker. Spitting bars about having the juice and a good time, sonically, the song is a boozy party song filled with catchy melodies, bells, and 808’s all the makings of a trap banger. You can catch this song on all streaming platforms, OVO’s 42 Sound Radio, and clubs nationwide. A dancing, bumping, anthem celebrating bodacious booties, and a gateway to a good time, “Missouri” is the summer ass-throwing anthem we didn’t know we needed.”
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