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Oh Sarah Beats Ft. Kiddo Curry, Maxyboy, and T-Hood – Only Fans (Single)

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Columbus, Ohio producer Oh Sarah Beats releases “Only Fans”,  a hot new single featuring Chicago’s own Kiddo Curry,19-year old Maxyboy, and T-Hood.

The seasoned producer arranges a kaleidoscope of cadences brimming with blends of erotic trap tones and knocking bass. The triple threat of emcees wastes no time to jump on the beat for an uncanny, yet catchy flow about money, women, and music. There’s no stopping these go-getters, not even the slight distraction of stripper poles. Oh Sarah Beats delivers a banger sure to please the blocks and clubs. Stream “Only Fans” and connect below.

“Only Fans” on Spotify an SoundCloud

Cover model: Mikaelyn Simmons, professional tattoo artist aka Big Blue of VH1’s LHH Hollywood

Audio Engineer: Matt Hagberg with Vaughn Music, Columbus Ohio
About Oh Sarah Beats

Sarah Wiley aka “Oh Sarah Beats” is an American Music Producer and Artist Manager, born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, who is also the great-niece of Bobby Taylor, who was a Singer/Song Writer at Motown Records (most notable for discovering and mentoring the Jackson 5). Along with the role of producer, Sarah is also a manager to several indie artists and artist herself who recently released two mixtapes.

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Instagram: https://instagram.com/oh_sarah_beats?igshid=1d8bp838oa0dn

Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/Oh_Sarah_Beats

Business Email: ohsarahbeats@gmail.com

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Trouble Mane Da Don – 1 Day (Single) Ft. MO3

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Trouble Mane Da Don announces the release of his new single “1 Day” feat. MO3.

Trouble Mane Da Don is a talented rap artist with a unique, diverse, and forward-thinking approach. He recently struck up a collaboration with another gifted and charismatic act: MO3. The pair worked on a fantastic new single titled “1 Day,” which serves as a fantastic introduction to their skills and creative vision 1 Day is a direct and thought-provoking single, which feels like a striking combination of modern hip-hop and other influences, including the undying sounds of the golden age of the genre, which are definitely here to stay. Not many artists can easily pull off a project that features such a wide variety of elements and influences. The most obvious risk is that the material can end up sounding quite disconnected and loose – but this is not the case.

Trouble Mane Da Don is a master at creating organic, cohesive, and consistent vibes, which really flow well throughout the span of this release. Collaborating with MO3 was a great way to make this song happen and give it a unique twist. The performances are loaded with passion and integrity, while the production aesthetics are also excellent. The mixing quality is indeed world-class, with some amazing definition in the top end and lots of punch in the low-end and midrange. The results sound warm and present, yet never harsh or fatiguing, which is quite an amazing achievement, particularly in this genre.

Stream “1 Day” here on preferred platforms and stay tuned for “Watch Over Me” feat. Boosie Badazz set to release on 12/20.

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Compton Native Young Lawless Teams Up With Yn Jay for “Coochie Hoochie”

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Young Lawless is definitely keeping audiences on their toes this year. With the release of his newest track “Coochie Hoochie” ft. Yn Jay, Lawless (aka FatBoyLaw) is not letting up any time soon and keeps it coming hit-after-hit. The upbeat anthem is an impressive effort from the independent, Compton-based artist, and shows how he is capable of switching things up when needed.
The new track “Coochie Hoochie” follows the release of his previously released album titled This Is Not A Real Album. Through that project and others that he has under his belt, it’s clear to see how FatBoyLaw is making a name for himself and setting himself apart from the rest. His witty storytelling technique is unmatched and absolutely distinguishes him from all other West Coast artists.
When asked about when he decided to ultimately pursue a career in music, Lawless said that “Knowing that I have real talent made me ultimately decide to do music. It would be a waste of a gift if I didn’t do music. It’s something that makes me feel good and I believe I have a story to tell. Hopefully I can reach people that’s in a dark place and help bring them out of it into some light.”
As far as what’s next for the rapper, he says that he’s working on a new EP that fans can be on the lookout for called Psychoactive. Some notable features will appear on this project, including Sukihana, Steven G, Compton Menace, and Kevin McCall.
“My goal is to go platinum while being an independent artist,” Young Lawless says of his goals. “I’m not signed to a major label. I don’t have any management or an agency so that’s a big goal for me. Music and the fashion culture coincide together so I would also like to partner up with a few fashion brands as a creative director in the future. I got a few ideas and I’m all about innovation.”
Lawless is the example of an artist who creates his own lane in the music industry.
Listen to Young Lawless’ latest track “Coochie Hoochie” ft. Yn Jay below.

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