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Trillz Da Yung Apprentice – “Bad B*tch”

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Today Trillz Da Yung Apprentice releases his new single “Bad B*tch” from his Road 2 Riches II project.

“Bad B*tch is a blood pumping, high energy track that gives you a rush, it promotes women empowerment.” Trillz Da Yung Apprentice said, “but I’m from the trenches where the cameras don’t want to go.”

After seeing 50 Cent on TV Trillz Da Yung Apprentice was encouraged and inspired by 50 Cent to pursue her career.

“I saw 50 Cent on TV and that sh*t was lit and it got inspired,” he said. “I feel like in life you never stop learning so I don’t mind having mentors and teachers to show me the game to get further. 50 taught me a lot just watching him on TV.”

With his eyes set on radio airplay Trillz Da Yung Apprentice comes the table with a host of new content and an ambition to be the best.

“I just gotta continue making music, period. I’m gonna get ready to have my way with the radio,” he said.

Sending one last message to the fans Trillz Da Yung Apprentice said, “like Wayne said there would be no me without yall. Get ready it’s about to be a lit ride.”

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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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