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Houston’s Radeem Raises A White Cup To “Muddy Waters” In Latest Visual

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Songs about the unofficial drink of Houston abound but whilst most glorify its use, touting the euphoria induced by the infamous ‘drank’, Radeem comes clean about the escape it has become in his overwrought life. “Muddy Waters” then is emblematic of both the life issues most of us currently face as well as the crutches we employ to cope with them.

“I wanted to bring awareness to different obstacles many of us face when trying to overcome. Whether it’s a cup of promethazine syrup the fear of breaking away from a toxic environment, it’s very possible to make it across your muddy waters.”

For Radeem, a Houston native born in the middle of eight siblings, music has become a healthy means of working through and overcoming both the family tragedies and many challenges faced by all Black men he has personally encountered. In “Muddy Waters” he offers up respect to the music legends that inspired him, and hope to the folks going through it like him.

Enjoy the video, and stay tuned on the socials.

https://iamradeem.com/

https://twitter.com/iamradeem
https://www.instagram.com/iamradeem20/

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Milwaukee Rapper and Producer SunnySwerve Debuts with his “Yellow Tape” Album @Sunnyswerve

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SunnySwerve stated that Yellow Tape was his way of solidifying himself as a rapper, and a way to get his voice heard. SunnySwerve packed this project and made sure to provide tunes for everyone.

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DeeMula – “Respect” (Music Video)

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From his new album of the same title, popular Memphis recording artist DeeMula releases the visual for the new single “Respect.” The Benmarc-directed visual opens with him alone in a room looking noticeably conflicted. Despite the heaviness of his words, he still cracks a smile as he makes hand gestures of stringing a violin. Lyrically, Mula pours his heart into the lyrics, asking for loyalty and trust, asking for nothing more than he deserves.

Dee Mula has always done whatever it took to stand out. He made a name for himself after dropping his first mixtape, Memphis Rap Scene in 2017, followed Let Me Get That Vol.1., which featured “Str8 On Ha.” The banger garnered over 1 million streams on SoundCloud. With that, Dee Mula’s fan base grew and he caught the ear of Nless Entertainment CEO Marcus “Head” Howell. Howell also signed Moneybagg Yo in 2016 and after several meetings and negotiations, signed Dee Mula next.

Watch “Respect” now and stream the new album here.

https://youtu.be/WNAYvMow34E

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