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Sho Underscore – “Doin The Most” (Music Video)

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There’s a famous picture of an army of thousands of soldiers facing the same direction and one soldier facing the opposite way holding up his middle finger with a proud smirk. If hip hop was an army, then Texas native Sho Underscore would most definitely be that soldier in the pic giving the world the biggest “F You” possible.

Creating his own style of music he refers to as “Southern Eclectic”, Sho has fathered an art form that you will immediately reject or embrace and cherish like a precious memory. After setting the tone with the release of his LP “What You Here Fo”, the visual for the single from the offering follows up and delivers everything you expected if you heard the project. With the harmonious pitch of an old school sweat covered permed out Southern Baptist preacher, Sho delivers his uncanny rhyme scheme with a method that will leave you humming the melody like Big Mama in the kitchen cooking Sunday dinner. Not to be outdone,

Scott Knoxx follows through with a notable set of bars and wordplay. Everything about the song and video is abnormal and quirky from the visuals to the production and delivery, but isn’t that what Hip Hop should be? When a young Andre 3000 first wore a wig and furry pants it caught everyone off guard until we realized he was on to something and we were the ones that had to catch up. Now I’m not comparing this to the likes of the hip-hop legend, but I can say that this gives that type of vibe. You can’t help but feel like you’re watching the creation of something new that may not make sense to you now, but in time you’ll learn to love and respect for one simple reason. In a time when most songs have the same beat, rhyme flow and subject matter, Sho Underscore interrupts the machine with a style that belongs to nobody else BUT him.

Whether you like it or not you have to respect it. He gives you no other choice.

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(Video) C5 – “Fool For Love” (Outta Luck) @OfficialC5_

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C5’s brand new video for “Fool For Love” (Outta Luck) begins revealing a distant couple unwilling to find solace. Ready to give up and pour his heart out one last time, C5 finds himself giving up on love unable to find common ground. As the video progresses it only seems to get worse…

C5 is a dynamic, conscious, innovative rapper & songwriter from Oakland, CA who prides himself on making music that is an honest representation of his life experiences. His music tells the story of what it’s like to be from the streets while remaining true to oneself and fighting for a life better than the one he’s experienced growing up.

C5 has toured as an opening act for Chance The Rapper, Snoop Dogg, Lil Uzi Vert, 21 Savage, Usher, Bryson Tiller, E-40, and performed with Royce Da 5’9. He has features with notable artists such as Marty Grimes, Rexx Life Raj, Chevy Woods, Adrian Marcel, and Mistah F.A.B.

“Fool For Love” (Outta Luck) is off his latest project Swimming With A Pisces. The project gives us a look inside the mind and emotions of a Pisces male and brings out the introspective and vulnerable side of C5. On Swimming With A Pisces, C5 takes us on a journey inside the struggles he’s faced not bending his morals in a world full of deceit and betrayal. Throughout his career the young creative says he may not have been as openly vulnerable as he could have been. Instead, he has made music with popular content that was expected of him. With features from Chevy Woods and Adrian Marcel, Swimming With A Pisces is based on true events and delivers songs you can ride to, cry to, party to, and inspire you.

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(Video) Damey – Stop Playin @DameyMusic

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Bay Area artist Damey drops off the official music video for his new self-produced single “Stop Playin.”

Currently residing in LA, Damey takes to the streets and public transportation to give listeners a classic, retro-inspired visual for his new single filmed and directed by SM Visuals707. A founding member of Diligentz with Jay Ant and AKAFrank, Damey is one of the artists who helped usher in a new sound in The Bay Area and sparked the post-hyphy punk-rock era all through Northern California. An unsung hero of his region, Damey has continued to drop quality music and show his artistry even when the spotlight directly wasn’t on him. Helping influence the music scene as a whole and artists like Lil B, Iamsu, P-Lo, and more Damey continues to reinvent himself with new sounds and styles. “Stop Playin” marks a new chapter for Damey as he really brings to reapply the pressure in his personal life and musical career. Recently having his single “Store Run” featured in the film ‘Blindspotting’ Damey continues to find a way to win as an independent artist and creator while being a hidden pioneer of the Bay Area 2000s sound.

“I went through a lot these past 10 years becoming a father and making up losses during the trial and error era. I felt it was necessary to speak my unfiltered, uncut raw truth on my life and be accountable for things that may have gone astray” – Damey

Press play on the dope new single “Stop Playing” and be sure to catch on Damey’s latest album “Single Father” available on Apple Music, Spotify, and more!

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