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K’Coneil – “Quarantine and Chill”

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Today rising Reggae and Dancehall artist, KConeil releases his new single, “Quarantine and Chill.”

As the world remains on shutdown with concert venues and clubs across the world closed, artists like KConeil have retreated to their homes to create.

Emerging with his aptly titled song, “Quarantine and Chill,” this Jamaican born artist has a hit on his hands and the world is responding via social media. As part of the promotion for the song, KConeil got his fans involved making sure everyone followed social distancing guidelines for the Edwin Escobar Films edited visual.

“The single is called Quarantine and Chill is about being stuck at home with your girl and enjoying each others company physically and mentally. The video captures an array of beautiful females dancing and enjoying themselves while being quarantined, so it’s just one of those song so many people can relate to,” KConeil said.  “The song is produced by a few of my friends Keyz and Crooks and I wrote the song myself based on personal experiences living through COVID-19.”

Raised in a small town in the Parish of St. James, KConeil grew up only four miles from Montego Bay in what he calls a “small poverty ridden area of Jamaica.”

“Back home the music is all about Dancehall, Reggae and Gospel. There’s lots of young talented singers aiming to be a big star one day just like myself, but I’m from a singing family so I have been in music since birth. When I started recording in 2010 I fell in love with making music and it’s been a journey since,” KConeil said.

While KConeil is used to being on the road performing and making appearances on radio like Hot 97 and Jams 99, he’s still determined to meet the fans halfway by continuing to release music. KConeil added:

“Despite being unable to travel and perform for my fans ,I’m committed to continuing to release new music to keep everyone engaged in the meantime! Stay tuned for new music and videos. To your Success!”

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Vursatyl The Great – I Don’t Want You Anymore ft Lunden Benard (Produced by Jake One) @Vursatyl @JakeUno

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Portland Rap legend Vursatyl The Great drops the Official Music Video for his smooth new single “I Don’t Want You Anymore” featuring Lunden Benard with production by Jake One.

A founding member of the iconic Portland group Lifesavas, Vursatyl has long been known for delivering heavy-hitting bars and well-crafted verses but the real fans know Vurs also has some vocals in the tuck! On “I Don’t Want You Anymore” Vursatyl links up with another North West Hip Hop GOAT – Jake One and reinvents himself with smooth R&B vocals, setting the mood for up and coming artist Lunden Benard to the slam dunk his feature.

Never afraid to share the spotlight Vursatyl tells the story of a lover sneaking out to find what the single life has to offer, all while leaving enough room for Lunden Benard to come through with his slick 16. A true student of the Golden Era of Hip Hop, Lunden is not only a rising wordsmith but also a producer crafting his art with influences of 90’s East Coast rap with an updated 2020-feel.

“I Don’t Want You Anymore” gives us a nostalgic feel while still staying highly original in the storyline and delivery of lyrics. Lunden Benard would make Slick Rick and Q-Tip proud with his vivid lyrics and timely cadence, giving room for the beat to complement his lyrics at multiple points throughout the song.

Jake One delivers a classic soundscape for Vursatyl and Lunden to each tell their story of a wandering lover and how to move on from a toxic partner. A soulful and playful single, “I Don’t Want You Anymore” marks over 20 years in the rap game for Vursatyl The Great and shows, like a fine wine, his art is only getting better with time.

Press play on “I Don’t Want You Anymore” and be sure to subscribe to Vursatyl The Great on YouTube for new music updates!

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.@MoneyBaggYo Drops Off Visuals For Said Sum (Remix) Feat. @CityGirlsTime & @DaBabyDaBaby

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It once took MoneyBagg Yo 6 hours to count a million dollars. Focused on getting to the bag, being distracted by a broke n*gga isn’t possible. Helping him explain to the broke b*tches and p*ssy hoes is City Girls and DaBaby. Directed by Ben Marc, you can see the group standing in visual that match their persona and drip during the official remix video to Said Sum. MoneyBagg is an artist you can bank on because his hustle is relentless. Enjoying the success of a debut album Time Served, not long after MoneyBagg linked up with Blac Youngsta for Code Red. Check out the boss run it up in the official video below and download the collaborative project here.

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