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Yung Dub D – BloodLine @Yungkbdubd

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Yung Dub D is an rap artist that was born in Dallas, Texas. His real name is Kedric Battee. He was born in the 90’s on July 1st. He also produced “Get on Ya” by Yung Nation. He has several songs out now that are getting recognized such as “BloodLine”. Featured on his project “LOVE”, the track now receives a visual treatment to back it.

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Accept @Toosii2x For His “Pain & Problems”

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Label as a high school drop out, becoming a victim to the street seemed like the only outlet for the young North Carolina native. However, Toosii found comfort in a pen and began to write and express his Pain & Problems like never before. Landing a deal with South Coast Music Group, his sound which was made fun of is now echoing across the nation. Toosi raps:

In ninth grade, I remember I ain’t have a plan, Tried to tell the teacher I’ma be the man, But she laughed at it, knowin’ damn well I got a bad habit of poppin’ my shit, uh, Showed up the next year, thirty thou’ on my wrist,

With his momma straight and diamonds to chill his heart, the evolution of his lyrics is rooted within his emotions. The latest visual was assisted directed by Drew T and edited by Trilla Visuals. You can find this single off the latest project Poetic Pain and also some new merch here. Check out the the official video below and keep up with Toosii on YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

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.@PierreBourne Asks You To “Be Mine” In His Brand New Music Video

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In the year since his previous album’s release, Pi’erre Bourne has kept busy. With a fifth and final entry in the Life of Pi’erre series on its way, Be Mine is the latest track from his previous studio outing to receive a music video. In it, the sought-after producer and rapper gives new life to an already acclaimed song. The video’s effect-driven, distorted visual style beautifully compliments Pi’erre hazy melodies and psychedelia-tinged synth notes.

When a music video looks as good as it sounds, who needs an excuse to pull up and revisit this gem? Fans of Pi’erre can watch the music video, shot and edited by Marko Visuals, down below. For other videos, updates on future projects, and the chance to connect with Pi’erre online, follow him on: Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Written By: Jacob Wisda

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