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New Jersey’s Dre Carter Follows Up With “Low Budget Carter 2” @drecarterbaby

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After setting the internet on storm with the first release to “Low Budget Carter” Dre Carter is now back with “Low Budget Carter 2”. The New Jersey rapper gets down with Philly’s very own Evo & Jim Boonie along with Jersey native Young Digital for some fire production. Miami’s ReaZon drops some heat on this as well. This 5 Track EP is a nice warm up in preparation for his new album “It Could’ve Been You” coming in 2021 under Tough Struggle Ent.

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Available via YouTube & www.DreCarter.com

Low budget Carter 2 playlist:

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfI2zq2Y-hSyvf28X_N4WeRx-6x9rhDUP

Drawn visual :

https://youtu.be/j1ZbOGvoKYg

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Helluva feat. GMO Stax and Veeze – No Membership @HELLUVA313 @gangmemberonly @VEEZE4Eva

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A native of Southwest Detroit, Helluva has produced the city’s breakout stars, including Tee Grizzley, 42 Dugg, Sada Baby, and Peezy. Five years ago, he supplied a relatively unknown Grizzley with “First Day Out.” Complete with a Meek Mill-assisted remix, the song marched to quadruple platinum and brought attention back to The D. The producer and rapper doubled up on that chemistry for 2017’s “From The D To The A,” a twice platinum collaboration with Lil Yachty. As Detroit occupied the spotlight, respected stars from other cities sought out Helluva beats. Jeezy and E-40, reached out, as did Megan Thee Stallion, who collaborated with Helluva for two songs from her 2020 gold-certified Suga album, including the platinum lead single “B.I.T.C.H.” Helluva’s impressive catalog now includes over one billion streams and counting.

Now, the producer responsible for soundtracking Detroit’s rap renaissance is stepping out with a new single, “No Membership.” The trunk-rattling song features two of the Motor City’s brightest voices, GMO Stax and Veeze. Over a Helluva beat built out of hard drums, captivating keys, and bright synth accents, the two rappers rap their realities—surviving the perils of life in the street. Veeze raps about how he sees Stax as a twin as the two artists trade bars on how they belong to a street society that does not offer membership cards.

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(Video) Kir – Gorillas & Apes @Tharealkir

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Hailing from Philadelphia, rapper Kir drops off the music video for his Sonni-produced cut “Gorillas & Apes.” A certified hustler’s number, “Gorillas & Apes” glides with vivid gritty bars and mellow melodies. Running parallel to the song’s themes about getting it out the mud, the visual takes viewers on a ride through the lens of a hustler’s glory. Decadent with private jets, slabs of cash, and dreamy women, Kir and his label crew are documenting their ride to the top. When dreams turn into reality, the ascension from those heartless and hungry nights turn into inspiration and motivation to others! Check out the VintageMedia215-directed visual now!

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