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Rockstar drops new visual for his latest single “Drippin” @rockstar_bnf

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Driven by a passion for music that he’s held for as long as he can remember, Rockstar started rapping around the age of 7 or 8. “All the things I’ve been through and seen in life inspired me….” says the Louisville KY native. After his return home from serving a jail sentence he started to take music more seriously. The values that the he that inherited from the West-End has led to his dedication to his family as well as his career.

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Jeff Kush – “Emergency” (Music Video)

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Jeff Kush continues his ascension from Philadelphia underground to mainstream hip-hop with his craft rhyme skills and his new video to the new single, titled, “Emergency.” In the new visual, Kush and crew take a ride around the city looking for a come-up. Produced by ScropioProdz, Kush is in peak condition right now with the wordplay.

“Emergency” prepares Kush fans for the artist’s anticipated new album. The follow-up to his buzzworthy 2020 album High Grade which spawned fan-favorites “Money Talks,” “Blah, Blah, Blah” and “Wavy.” Along with “Emergency”, the new album will also include a new song, “No More.” For more on Jeff Kush, follow the rising star on Instagram.

Watch the new video for “Emergency” below.

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N.A. Tre drops off his “Pull Up (979)” visual

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Texas rapper N.A. Tre comes through with a new music video featuring fellow recording artists Hotboy Willay, Johnny Mantrill, and Phranchize all of whom call the 979 home. In the video, Tre hits the store to buy a new fit for the video shoot for his track “Pull Up (979).”

Born “Nathaniel Allen III” in Northwest Houston, moved to College Station, Texas (the 979) as he was just beginning grade school, and has been representing the town as an MC ever since the mid 2000’s. His first time on public display as a rap artist came when DJ J-Que (97.9 KBXX) put him and his cousins on stage in a local rap show sharing the stage with Houston rappers Slim Thug, Lil’ Flip, Lil’ O, Swisha House, and others. Since then, his services have been requested by promoters to open the show for mega artists such as T.I., Snoop Dogg, and 2 Chainz, while dropping “IMAG on TEXAS AVE” in late 2018. Rap music in 2021 is inclusive to say the least. As a rap artist/musician, N.A. Tre aims to create music that people can feel and relate to daily, while maintaining a G perspective. The authenticity delivered through N.A. Tre’s (N.A.3) lyrics help bring credibility to both the flow and the public image of the G Class Music brand. When you first listen to his new single “Pull Up (979)”, that energy is felt in the delivery and lyrical content, as N.A. Tre opens the track with a question and demand for the hook… “What you got GAS? Pull Up!” As a Senior Founder of G Class FME home to G Class Music, NA Tre plays the role of writer, producer, performer, and A&R. He has well established authentic relationships with major people in the music business, without having to sign a major deal to this point. From selection of the beat, hook concept, he stays involved in every project from start to finish. Pull Up (979) is now available for streaming on all major digital platforms. Do not be surprised if you hear it on your local radio station sooner than later. Keep it G!

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