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Discover New Artist on Spotify with our curated playlists!

Discover New Artist on Spotify with our curated playlists!

LuKING – “Dotted Line” (Video) 

Dropping the audio at the end of 2019, fast-rising New York recording artist LuKING enters 2020 with the official visual to his new hit, titled, “Dotted Line”. The song seamlessly pairs a blend of Hip Hop and R&B with thought-provoking, relatable lyrics.

In the video, LuKING is engulfed in an intense love triangle which leaves him having to choose which one of the leading ladies he will ride off into the sunset with, leaving the other to mourn from love loss. Who will he choose? Hit the play and find out.

On the video’s concept, LuKING said:

“The concept of the video was to portray a real-life situation of being in a dead-end relationship but then another female comes into your life and opens your eyes to what could be.”

Watch it now, available via LuKING Music, for more on LuKING, follow the risings star on social media for daily updates, tour dates and more.

Watch “Dotted Line” below.

Lazy – “Insecure” 

Introducing Compton rapper Lazy. Today, ahead of his new EP, the promising new act reveals the first effort in the new song, titled, “Insecure”. Inspired by those around him, Lazy discusses the negativity revolving around those who don’t believe within themselves.

Throughout the track, Lazy comments on the daily nuisance of people in their feelings toxifying his energy. Looking for that new West Coast sound, then look no further than right here as Lazy is destined to become one of the biggest new Hip Hop artists of 2020.

About the new song, Lazy says, “I don’t wanna answer you, or text messages because your too insecure is how I feel every day.”

Available via Moet Records/Digital Currensy Inc. Following the stream, continue to follow Lazy’s journey on Instagram and Twitter for daily updates on the rising star.

B2D – Now Or Never (LP) 

Colorado Springs rapper B2D has developed popularity with his consistency and aggressive Hip Hop sound. Today, we get the seventh indie project from the established hitmaker, properly-titled, Now or Never.

Exhibiting superior raps solo, B2D displays the ultimate power of independence success with nine incredible tracks about the struggle, the triumphant and more on his journey to the top. The perfect time for newfound fans to hop on the train and follow the rest of B2D’s ride to the top of the charts.

B2D on making Now or Never:

“With this project, I wanted to deliver something reflecting my mindset from the last couple months” from my perspective”, says B2D. “Overcoming obstacles and staying grounded while trying to achieve my dreams has been my focus.”

Available now via Bellavino Billionaires, follow B2D on social media for daily updates and more.

Stream the new album by B2D below, courtesy of Audiomack.

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Dragon Fli Empire – “Fli Beat Patrol” (Video) 

After becoming a leading force in Calgary’s hip-hop scene, and opening for the likes of De La Soul, The Roots, Public Enemy and Mos Def, the duo of Dragon Fli Empire pay homage to the legendary Flava Unit and Juice Crew in their video for “Fli Beat Patrol,” a funk-laced banger, prodded by Djar One. The track appears as the B-side on the duo’s Record Store single, which contains the J-Live featured title track on the A-side. The 7-inch 45 is available now via Ill Adrenaline Records’ online store, Fat Beats, HHV and various record stores around the globe, as well as all major digital retailers and streaming platforms.

Mack H.D. – “Baddies” 

Yonkers-based producer Mack H.D. teams with Lil Sebby for an dance inspired club banger, “Baddies“.  Sebby’s lyricism, combined with Mack’s upbeat Caribbean hip hop rhythms set the mood right, it’s a party pouring out the speakers.

Soundset Will Not Take Place in 2020; Rhymesayers Entertainment Issues Official Statement 

After twelve years of epic music festivals, Rhymesayers announced they will not be doing Soundset for 2020, below is their official statement.

“To our Soundset family, friends and partners:

Following twelve successful years, we are officially announcing today that Soundset will not take place in 2020.

We made the difficult decision to take this year off in order to assess what Soundset will become in the new decade. Since 2008, we have refused to compromise on any detail of Soundset, upholding the highest standards to provide fans, artists, partners, and crew with an exceptional experience. In 2020, we will focus that same love and dedication on a celebration event for the Rhymesayers 25th Anniversary set to take place later this year.

Since the beginning, Soundset has brought a diverse lineup of national and local Twin Cities artists together for a one-day celebration that represents Hip Hop culture in Minnesota. It included elements of rapping, deejaying, breaking, graffiti, live production, skateboarding and car culture–all curated by Rhymesayers.

Last year, we enjoyed monumental performances and received some of the most positive feedback in Soundset’s history from both fans and the community. Together, we created something special. The past twelve years have left all of us with memories that will last a lifetime–and we are just getting started. To our fans, artists, and hometown, we invite you to join us as we begin the next chapter in the Rhymesayers story.

We would like to thank everyone who ever attended Soundset; through three different locations, extreme weather conditions, and hundreds of live performances, it has been unforgettable. We sincerely appreciate the artists, the partners, the crew, and most importantly, the fans who continue to make everything we do possible. We hope to see you all at the Rhymesayers anniversary celebration later this year!

Peace, love and gratitude. Rain or shine.

– Soundset Festival, Rhymesayers Entertainment, Rose Presents”