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Buffalo’s Alibi Jones Drops “Rapunzel” Video

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Buffalo based MC Alibi Jones releases visuals for trippy single titled “Rapunzel”, produced by Dre Howard and directed and filmed by DHawks of Studio 2099.

The ‘gifted and lifted’ lyricist delivers sharp wordplay over cosmic undertones and bumping bass. The track exudes ‘420’ laid back vibes with an old school flow.

The video’s kaleidoscope of real imagery and cartoon blends enhances the elevation of the track. Watch “Rapunzel” above and connect with Alibi below.

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Alibi Jones is full throttle in the studio polishing up forthcoming projects set to release this fall as well as completing a collaboration with Royal Flush and Mr. Cheeks, stay tuned…

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(Album) 6ix9ine – TattleTales @6ix9ine

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Since Coming home after his short Federal Bid, 6ix9ine has been trying to get back to where he left off in 2018! Its been a bumpy road for 6ix9ine since becoming an informant DJs, Radio, Playlist have been over looking his music. 69 struck gold with his single Trollz with Nicki Minaj landed number 1. Now 69 has a whole project for us with features from Nicki Minaj, Akon, Lil Ak & More Check it out!

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(Audio) Lomel – It’s Over @lomelsworld

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Lomel takes the breakup song in different directions with “It’s Over”

Massachusetts artist Lomel’s pain over a real-life breakup is tangible on his new track. “It’s Over” cuts straight to the heart lyrically, eschewing pretty sentimentality for the reality of divorce. Lomel sings about how amazing the relationship was while it lasted while also making no secret of the fact that even once-loving couples can come to detest the sight of each other, which rings true because of how real it is.

When speaking of the song, Lomel says, “I wrote this song thinking about the relationship me and my ex-wife had and how it’s all over now… I wanted to make sure anybody else going through something similar could relate.” The song reflects this desire, with production by Ian Christian that merges melancholic piano with soaring strings, all underscored by a strong beat, perfectly completing the way Lomel’s voice oscillates from melancholic yearning to serious confession. This is the perfect song to put on when thinking about a broken relationship. Lomel might want to help listeners move on, but “It’s Over” proves that he’s a musician people should stick around for.

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