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N.R.M.N. – District Five (Album)

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N.R.M.N. NEW ALBUM- “DISTRICT FIVE”.

The Toronto artist N.R.M.N. dropped the album “District five” four days ago. The album has six songs, including “Light Speed“. It’s executively produced by both N.R.M.N. and BeatsByFelix, which is their second project together. Last year, he dropped his first song, “Light Speed,” and he has finally dropped the whole album.

He describes the album as a compilation of work that the listener can work, hustle, and grind. Aiming to put the city and its people on notice that we too have the sound and the talent to back, from beginning to end. With shared experiences and themes associated.

Every song on the album has its own vibe, and we love the cool punchlines and hidden messages he left for us. N.R.M.N. outdid himself on this album, he tried to be versatile and show everybody what he has got, and he definitely succeeded.

When you listen through the tracks, you can notice his intense flow, and the instrumental composition is just fine as hell. Norman is all about top quality, and this album doesn’t lack it at all. 

We had waited for some time for him to give us this gift, but we did not click the pause button once we got it. If you want to check out something different today, “District five” should be your top pick.

My personal favorite is “401 West” on this track; the rapper starts off the song rapping fast and killing the beat. One of the best bars on this track is: “Niggaz think they sick, oh, it’s Covid.” 

You can find the album on Spotify, Apple Music, and Youtube.

If you want to support this artist, go follow him on his I.G. page below:

https://www.instagram.com/nrmn.music/

Check out the album above on this page, and drop your favorite track in the comment section below.

Tracklist:

  1. Western District ( Risks)
  2. 401 West
  3. Light Speed
  4. Run it Up
  5. Work
  6. Deez Ends
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DUVY – PHASES

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DUVY’S NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “PHASES” JUST DROPPED.

Duvy dropped the music video for “Phases”, saying, “this one is from the hearth”, and we feel it. From the chill vibes to the dope lyrics, this is one of our favorite Duvy songs.

The song is both mainstream and unique; Duvy just knows how to get the crowd talking.

The rapper paid tribute to GrasswayZ by adding a scene with him, and we love it.

This song is great because there are no dissing and classic bars; there is just pure music and some heartfelt lyrics, which is a breath of fresh air for the Toronto rap scene.

One of the most real bars off the track is: “Known a nigga for a long time, how nigga hatin’ on me?”.

King Bee killed the visuals, and Duvy seems like he is having the time of his life. Duvy’s creativity is just unmatched, and he is starting to give us the best of the best. Every time he drops, it is better than before, so we can’t wait to see what he has for us next.

Duvy is getting more famous by the day; in September, he will perform at the Toronto’s Rolling Loud festival next to Lil Uzi, Future, Migos and many other influential rappers.

Follow Duvy on his IG profile below if you want to keep up with his music: https://www.instagram.com/17duvy/

Check out the music video for Duvy’s new track above on this page, and let us know what you think in the comments.

Quotable lyrics for Phases:

“But I don’t want you near me, I don’t want you near me

Clearly, I see the envy, it near me

All my closest ones, thеy be locked in the systеm

Came from ridin’, what it do?

No tellin’ what a nigga say for some freedom

Them shots, it change the mood

No bap!.”

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Portion – Eastside ft. Toosii

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PORTION COLLABORATES WITH TOOSII ON HIS TRACK “EASTSIDE”.

On April 8th, Portion dropped “Eastside” ft Toosii on his YouTube channel. The music video has around 200k views, and this is a collaboration nobody saw coming. Portion outdid himself on his one, but Toosii’s verse is a killer.

The beat is so chill and fire at the same time; it is a perfect combination for the rapper to showcase their amazing bars. The chorus is so catchy that you get immediately hooked on it.

Portion killed the chorus and his second verse but still left Toossi shine with his first verse. One of the best Toosii lyrics is: “I don’t care if it’s ten of ’em, I was known for sending them.

Hitters when they hit them when they die it’d like a synonym”.

Don’t miss out on ” Eastside ” if you want to check out a chill song with an amazing vibe and some dope bars. “We love great and unexpected collaborations, and this is one of them.

This song got a lot of attention, and Portion is grateful because he went from the trenches to a billboard. He deserved that, and even more, we can’t wait until he unlocks his full potential.

Check out the music video for Portion & Toosii’s new track above on this page. Who did it better? Let us know in the comment section below.

Follow Portion on his IG profile below if you want to keep up with his music:

https://www.instagram.com/nfportion/

Quotable lyrics for Eastside:

“Lately, we been on the Eastside

Niggas know how we ride

We pop out with choppers and fully autos when we slide, he died

Do it in the name when we slide

ARP’s, we hit the block, drop the window on each side, yeah

Niggas ain’t no criminals, spin the block, we hittin’ ’em”.

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Young Smoke – 9-5

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YOUNG SMOKE DROPPED THE MUSIC VIDEO FOR 9-5.

On 16.4.2022. Young Smoke dropped the music video for his track “ 9-5”. The young Toronto rapper hasn’t been active lately, but he has returned with a banger.

His fans say he is getting better and better; he just needs to drop more. “ 9-5” is a chill song with dope bars and amazing visuals. The rapper said that if his fans get him 10k views, he has a surprise for him.

The almost 4 minutes long video features the Toronto rapper in the streets and in the studio. He just has a chill vibe, which goes hand in hand with the song. Young Smoke is relatively new in the game, but he is slowly but surely making a name for himself.

This track is more “For the hood,” and it resembles his previous songs “Block Boy” and “3 Tha Streetz”.

The young rapper always mentions his brother in his tracks, and he is determined to carry on his legacy. 

He said in 2022, he is changing the game, and we hope that means more music and more videos. If Young Smoke keeps up with the good work, he will reach that 10k views in no time.

If you want to show some love to Young Smoke, follow him on his IG page below, and listen to his killer tracks:

https://www.instagram.com/youngsmoke444/

Check out the music video for “9-5” above on this page. If you like the song, don’t forget to drop a comment down below:

Quotable lyrics:

“Ragz and riches,

up in the life, for the baddest

bitches, Imma get a stash

of figures, remember mom used to 

be mad at these niggaz, and we get

money, funny, remember those days when

we was hungry.”

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