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Wop Lyrically creates a movie with OV in new single “Pablo & Gustavo” @Paradice_Wop



In the 70’s you can find a lot of soulful music that will take you or your parents to a special era. When you add that era to today’s way of making music you could come out with a Classic.

Wop an artist representing the New York and DMV area did just that with his single “Pablo & Gustavo” Teaming up with fellow artist OV, they deliver a smooth up-tempo feel strictly for the streets. With lyrics like “Pushin that product like Pablo & Gustavo /cause paper is power /so Ryde if you a Ryder, you automatically know where he is going with it.

To add more fire to the song, Wop drops the official Video that literally looks like a movie you could not wait to see. As the CEO/ARTIST of Crooks Paradice Ent Wop knows exactly where he wants to take it and he does it well with this single.

Twitter: @Paradice_Wop
Instagram: @oh_wop_rappin_now

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Lil Chris Talks FBG Duck, Chicago Beefs, Working With Hitmaka & More On The Garden State Hip Hop Hour



Lil Chris joins The Garden State Hip Hop Hour via Zoom to discuss staying neutral in Chicago beefs and keeping it strictly about the music. He talks about his relationship with FBG Duck, working with Hitmaka, his single “Judge Me’, new album on the way, making pop music and more.

Watch the full interview below.

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New York’s Very Own Elijah XIII Wants Everyone To “Remember His Name” In Latest Music Video




New York’s very own
Elijah XIII is at the top of his game musically. Coming fresh off of the release of his new “Remember The Name” visual he is on way to solidifying his name in music history a way recording artist. This release is mature, woke and aligns directly with what is going on in America and Elijah’s life.

Being a member of the New York based collective UNINVITED, Elijah XIII is using his platform to garner triumph, while uplifting the people around him. Born in Arkansas and raised in New York, he is as cultured as they come which is reflected in his latest material. In the “Remember The Name” video you will see him promoting his easy coast swagger and deep lyrical prowess like never before. With a serious but serene demeanor, he draws on lookers in with a clean visual highlighting fallen police brutality members like Daunte Wright and George Floyd.

As New York is the place where Hip Hop was born you can feel the influence it has on this young man’s career and life. He is force to be reckon with and the world will one day “Remember his name”.

Click here to tap in with Elijah XIII to stream his new “Remember The Name” visual.


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