“Big Bands” is Star2’s collab with acclaimed gold-record, Long Beach rapper, $tupid Young. “$tupid Young reps the Asian community and paved the way for all Asian rappers in the industry,” says Star2, referring to the icon. “Big Bands” chronicles Star2’s coming-of-age in the streets of City Heights, San Diego: “Look I came from the bottom, now I’m riding to the top…growing up on the block, I been hearing lots of shots. Pop after pop, all we hear is body drop…I gotta watch how they talk, ain’t nothin less than a boss.”
He raps in a gritty voice spitting the chorus: “Big Bands in my bank account. Back then I had nothing in my bank account… I used to play with ones, I play with hunneds now. You’re gonna notice me – every time you come around!”
$tupid Young takes it from there: “Big Bands in my bank account, hop out with the gang, do my thing and bounce. You pc’d up, took the scary route, we came broad-day and aired it out.”
The video tells the story of a bank hold-up, Star2 in the getaway car. $tupid Young wears his trademark Golden “Afficials” Ace-of-Spades necklace: Star2 his Teddy Bear chain. The pair use their ill-gotten gains to go to a strip club “Big Bandy” and make it rain. The track features dramatic staccato strings and a series of mysterious minor-chord notes that repeat and trail off at the end.
The track is the sixth on his upcoming Real Life EP featuring Luh Kel (“I Wanna Get F’d Up”) and Lil Poppa (“Real Life”). It follows his last two hits: “Thinkin Bout You”and “Run Away” Star2 recently recorded a song which features superstar Soulja Boy; the two have filmed a music video with Luh Kel to drop later this summer.
3n33c3 Music Video For “HEADDD” Is Steaming Up The Music Industry
Emerging artist 3n33c3 is on the verge of a breakthrough as her music video for “HEADDD” inches closer to the remarkable milestone of 500k views on YouTube. The mesmerizing visuals and infectious beats of the video have captured the attention of music enthusiasts worldwide, propelling 3n33c3 into the spotlight of the contemporary music scene. With her unique blend of electronic and experimental sounds, she has cultivated a dedicated fanbase eager to witness her rise to stardom.
Excitement mounts as 3n33c3 gears up for a sensational performance at the prestigious SXSW festival in just a few weeks. This coveted platform promises to be a pivotal moment in her burgeoning career, offering her the opportunity to showcase her talent to a diverse and influential audience. Anticipation runs high as fans eagerly await her electrifying live rendition of “HEADDD,” poised to experience the song’s dynamic energy in a whole new dimension.
3n33c3’s upcoming performance at SXSW signifies a significant milestone for the artist, marking her transition from an underground sensation to a mainstream success. Her innovative approach to music production and fearless experimentation with genre boundaries have earned her critical acclaim and industry recognition. As she takes the stage amidst the buzz of anticipation, all eyes and ears will be on 3n33c3, ready to witness the next chapter in her meteoric rise to prominence.
With her magnetic stage presence and undeniable talent, 3n33c3 is poised to leave an indelible mark on the music landscape. As the “HEADDD” music video continues its meteoric ascent towards half a million views, it serves as a testament to 3n33c3’s growing influence and the unwavering support of her dedicated fanbase. With SXSW on the horizon, the world eagerly awaits what promises to be a groundbreaking performance from this visionary artist.
Solomon Childs Drops New Single “The Gods” x Hoffa
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Staten Island rapper Solomon Childs drops new single “The Gods” featuring Wu- Killa Bee affiliate Hoffa.
Hip Hop vet Solomon Childs brings out Ohio bar for bar slayer Hoffa in the new single “The Gods” produced by Aliquippa, PA beat maker TONE FULTZ.
The God (feat. Hoffa) – Single by Solomon Childs
Hoffa sets off the “The Gods” with the announcement – This is not a test – then rewinds the hands of time In rhyme form back into the early 90’s as a teenage (5%) member of the Nation of the Gods and Earths when the Mid West Native was first introduced to what’s now known as the Wu-Tang Clan.
This is the first time Solomon and Hoffa have collaborated on a record, however the two Wu- affiliates were featured on the compilation Blaktrilogy Vol.2 which dropped in 2023 featuring Bizz the Prince, DJ KaySlay, Hoffa, Solomon Childs, Sadat X, Kinetic 9, Shogun Assasson and more.
Blaktrilogy Vol.2 was executive produced and arranged by Rhasun of Dominion Hill Records who also played executive produced and distributed “The Gods”.
“Solomon and Hoffa have their own independent situations but I feel blessed to work with these brothers and collaborate on different projects under the brand says Rhasun of Dominion Hill Records. My brother Supreme came in on this record, Tone, Solomon, Hoffa all contributed their part. It’s only the foundation, God willing Dominion Hill Records will host a large catalog of releases in 2024”.
Hoffa recently took to Instagram by posting a collage of audio and visual clips from from the single displaying a few key spiritual influencers in his personal life and career.
The reel included a visual of the late Popa Wu and General Wise who lost his life tragically in 1997 in Steubenville, Ohio after leaving his recording studio.
“The God” is out now on all major digital platforms including Music Choice, Apple Music, Tidal, iTunes, Spotify, J-Pay and Amazon Music and YouTube Music.
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Frisco Hardbody Sco & Onsight Deeda Go Crazy On Their New Hit Single “Take It Back”
Frisco Hardbody Sco made waves with “Play No Games” featuring Sada Baby in the final quarter of last year. Now, he’s back with another hit, teaming up with Cash Money Artist Onsight Deeda. Is Frisco Hardbody Sco paving the way for a remarkable 2024?
Frisco Hardbody Sco, representing The Hardbody Empire, and Onsight Deeda, signed with Cash Money Records under Birdman’s ownership, recently released “Take It Back,” a track that stands out among the rest.
The song starts with a suspenseful beat, leading into Frisco Hardbody Sco’s smooth chorus, followed by Onsight Deeda’s chilling verse. Frisco then delivers his own compelling verse, wrapping up with his captivating chorus over the mesmerizing beat.
Listen to the song here:
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