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Young Maxx is back again with his new single “Dream Chasers” ft Tweet Mack

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Kazon’s “Lost They Mind”: A Vivid Exploration of Urban Struggle and Survival

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From the heart of Southeast Washington, DC, where gunfire is a common sound and dreams often fade into shadows, comes a stark and powerful narrative: young men trapped in a relentless cycle of violence. This isn’t just a story of urban decay; it’s a raw portrayal of lives spiraling out of control, where every gunshot marks another soul lost in the chaos.

Kazon, a powerful voice from these streets, brings this reality to life with his latest track, “Lost They Mind.” His lyrics cut deep, exposing the harsh truths behind the headlines and statistics. Growing up amidst turmoil and uncertainty, Kazon understands the allure of the streets and the heavy price paid in blood.

Each verse of “Lost They Mind” is a testament to survival against overwhelming odds. Kazon speaks of friends turned enemies, brothers lost too soon to the merciless grip of violence. His perspective is grounded in personal experience, with scars that tell the story of nights filled with sirens and shattered glass.

This track is more than just a rap; it’s a call to action against complacency and ignorance. It’s a plea to break free from the cycle of self-destruction and reclaim lost potential. The chorus echoes like a mantra of despair and defiance: “N*ggas bustin’ shots like they lost they mind, like 25 to life never crossed they mind.” In Kazon’s world, redemption is not a distant dream but a gritty reality, fought for with every breath. He challenges listeners to face the uncomfortable truth: behind every statistic is a broken family, a grieving mother, and a community reeling from the impact of violence.

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NY Rap Vet Skanks The Rap Martyr Asserts “You Don’t Know The Half” (Official Video)

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NY rap vet Skanks The Rap Martyr asserts himself in his new video “You Don’t Know The Half.” The single is another release from his new album ‘M.O.S.T (Minister Of Severe Torture) 2’ and features Sughee with production by Roclord of Nobody Smilin Productions. Skanks chronicles his rap journey back to age 11, his battle against Treach (Naughty By Nature), and present day. The video shows images of Hip Hop legends when they were fresh in the game as well as images of Skanks upon his entrance. “As far as bars went everybody knew I was God sent,” is most fitting and depicts the premise of the single. Watch the video and stream the album below.

 

‘M.O.S.T (Minister of Severe Torture)’ 2 album – https://skankstherapmartyr1.bandcamp.com/album/m-o-s-t-2

https://skankstherapmartyr.bandzoogle.com/

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Champagne937 – “Kissed by Fire”

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“Kissed By Fire” is packed with heat as Champagne937 celebrates his hard-earned success while sending a clear message: this is only the beginning of his reign. The accompanying music video is a visual feast, showcasing the rapper’s lavish lifestyle through luxurious vignettes in the studio, behind the wheel of a sleek sports car, and in the midst of a wild, champagne-fueled party surrounded by beautiful women.

Champagne937 is the co-founder of his brand and record label Jetway Records. He’s received high acclaim from Allhiphop, Rolling Out, Earmilk and has collaborated with Trina during his time in Miami. Former college quarterback turned rapper, Champagne937 is full of complex layers that continue to unfold every time he steps up to the mic.

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