LDG Is LIKE Releases New Track “Riddle Me This”
Born in Elizabeth Park Projects Akron, Ohio, former football prospect-turned-emerging recording artist LDG has elevated from underground obscurity to superior lyricist over the last few years with a bright future ahead of him. While rising, LDG excites both old and new fans alike with the release of his latest collection, intriguingly titled Riddle Me This. A follow-up to his previously released project, Small City Struggle, LDG continues to build anticipation for his next up arrival at the top of mainstream hip hop with more crafty lyrics and unique production.
Available now on Won Love Records LLC, the five-song project further explores his explosive, futuristic, but somehow still retro style. The project’s breakout cuts include “Smart,” “You So,” and “Rich.” Riddle Me This is the perfect origin point for newfound fans of the rising star.
He is best known for his collaborations with notable recording artists Mickey Factz, Maino, Shoddy Boi, and Flames Ohgod. LDG is best known for the breakout song, “How Much A Hater Cost,” which was featured on World Star Hip-Hip, accumulating over 500 thousand views to date.
LDG’s latest release is the second of a trilogy, which will conclude on March 23 with his new project, currently untitled, set for release. Prepare for the third installment with Riddle Me This and get familiar with LDG today on social media.
Listen to Riddle Me This below.
World Wide Hustle – “F’em Up Fridays”
Worldwide Hustle LLC is a ground-breaking label based in Saint Louis that has made a name for itself by constantly pushing the boundaries of what is possible in hip hop. With their dynamic and innovative approach to music production, they have become one of the most respected labels in the industry today. The label dropped one of the most unique compilation EPs in history titled F’em Up Fridays. Founded and run by CEO @607unc, the EP is a testament to @607unc’s unwavering commitment to discovering and promoting the most talented artists in the game. With six different artists and six different tracks, this project is a true showcase of the label’s commitment to excellence and dedication to staying ahead of the curve in a constantly evolving industry.
Kaine 3k is a lyrical powerhouse with a commanding flow and razor-sharp lyrics. He has made a name for himself as one of the most promising young talents in hip-hop today. His contribution to the F’em Up Fridays EP, “Takin’Off,” is a hard-hitting track that kicks off the project on a high and showcases his unique style and uncompromising vision. An artist to watch in the coming years, and his presence on this EP is a testament to his undeniable talent.
The second track is an emotional rollercoaster that features Devoo who effortlessly blends trap, R&B, and soul into his music. His contribution to the F’em Up Fridays EP, is a smooth and melodic interpretation of emotion titled “Hard To Get Out” which tells a relatable story that will resonate with audiences across the globe cementing Devoo and Worldwide Hustle’s innovative spirit and unwavering dedication to the craft of making fearless hip hop music.
The midpoint of the EP is ushered in by the enigmatic King B with his banging “Knew Better” single. A melodic rapper with a unique cadence and immediately identifiable tonality and inflections and is quickly gaining a reputation for his hard-hitting lyrics and infectious beats. King B is an artist that is unafraid to take risks and push the envelope, and his presence on this project is a testament to his bold and uncompromising vision.
NWM Cee Murdaa and TG WOP are two powerhouses who joined forces on the smash hit “Head Tap,” in what can only be described as some of the most exciting hip-hop music around. Head Tap will have you bobbing your head in your car or at the club and NWM and TG’s unique chemistry and talent shine through in a very unexpected and serendipitous way.
The penultimate single is titled “Thx I Get” by the rising star known as Karma2zz. The rapper brings a raw and unfiltered approach to hip-hop, and will surely quickly gain a reputation as one of the most authentic voices in the game. His track on the F’em Up Fridays EP is a gritty and uncompromising look at life exhibiting an unwavering commitment to stay true to his roots.
The big finale doesn’t disappoint as the immovable character of Shawn Ferrari shows us his versatility with the track titled “Walk It”. Young Rari plays with the tempo and syncopation allowing his vocals and impeccable lyricism and storytelling to round off the project with introspective thoughts while remaining true to the roots and culture of Hip Hop.
Worldwide Hustle LLC is bringing the hottest talents in the country to the fore and the landscape of the hip-hop industry is about to change. Follow all these artists on IG as well as the visionary CEO @607unc
(Album) DeShaunJay – Phone Calls 4 @deshaunjayfrvr
Phone Calls 4 is packed with 12 new songs that show a different side of DeShaunJay when comparing this new release to his last album, Pinky’s Boy. Both projects are filled with solid song structure and verses that are mixed well with the chosen production for each track, but there is one key difference between both albums. “Pinky’s Boy was my first actual rap album so I wanted to make a statement as far as my ability to adapt to different types of beats as well as my ability to rap in general” says Jay when speaking on the comparison of the projects. In his own mind the San Antonio native is taking somewhat of a gamble releasing an album that isn’t what his fans are used to hearing from him, and releasing no single before the drop made it even clearer that the artist was ready to take a huge leap with Phone Calls 4. DeShaunJay finds himself in the midst of late night hookups and potential relationships as he speaks on those topics with verses like “Pull up to the spot/bullin with the squad just wasn’t expecting your presence/couldn’t run from it/didn’t need your number I knew how to send you a message/RnB name/coke bottle frame/and plus she had Mya’s complexion” on track number three titled “Only”. Track 10, titled “Outside”, has Jay somewhat infatuated with a female as he is ready to switch things up and drop everything for her, including any side pieces. He states “I’ll fuck around and make you mine/I’ll fuck around and ease your mind/go around the world a thousand times/tell them other lame dudes stop trying” towards the end of the second verse which leads right into the catchy hook that compliments the Kyduh produced track so well. DeShaunJay enlists help from producers Trevv, Vovo, NoSalez, Dionso, Kyduh, Ricci, Havio Beats, and PK, with a lone feature from D’Shaun as he provides his talents with the hook on “Switch”. Phone Calls 4 is a ride filled with emotions, love and lust, with each song sharing a different insight into Jay’s recent roller-coaster of a love life. Stream the album below via Spotify and don’t forget to follow the artist on Twitter and Instagram, show some love and enjoy the vibes brought to you by DeShaunJay.
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