TALLUP TWIN RELEASES FIST SOLO SONG, “MEMORIES”
After a long break, the track “Memories” was published on 18.9.2021. on TallupTwins’ YouTube channel.
Sadly fans of the famous Toronto duo have to get used to solo tracks from now on, and “Memories” is the first music video since the untimely death of Tyronne Noseworthy.
The remaining Tallup paid respect to his lost brother by making him a part of the song and mentioning him through the lyrics.
He says, “Watch out for your dawg, better watch out for your best friend”, and “I miss my dawgs.
Many say that the Toronto rapper has grown as an artist because of all the pain he felt last year.
His bars on the song are both meaningful and entertaining, and the flow is a really good match with his vibe.
The visuals for “Memories” are on a new level for Tallup Twin; we can notice that he has been investing in his craft.
How did Tyronne die?
Tallup Twins fell apart because of the death of one member known as fortyfourdoubleo.
Tyrone was one of the three victims who were shot in an Airbnb rental in Toronto last year.
The young rapper was only 19 and at the start of his promising career.
The cause of the shooting is still unknown, but it points to the ongoing gun violence in Toronto.
Check out the music video for the song “Memories” above on this page.
Don’t forget to leave a comment down below if you think “Memories” is wonderful.
“I don’t even wanna hear what you rap about
You know that’s cap, that ain’t a fact, why do you act?
Niggas get hit, why did they lack?
And I know I’m good, that’s why I just laugh
Shoutout the Court, shoutout the back.”
Velow – Tell Em How You Feel
VELOW DROPPED SOMETHING FRESH FOR HIS FANS – “TELL EM HOW YOU FEEL”.
On 15.1.2022. Velow dropped the music video for “Tell Em How You Feel” on his YouTube channel.
The song was produced by Tillaa Beats & Duce and mixed and mastered by Johann Chavez. The visuals for the song reflect his dynamic and energetic personality and music, and we love how the camera captured his vibe perfectly.
Velow is silent on social media, but his songs speak for themselves, and fans love his personality and witty punchlines.
Velow dropped his last song, “Want your body,” five months ago, and he has left fans thirsty for new hits. In his IG post, he thanked his fans for their support and patience and promised “new shit”.
The Scarborough hitmaker works hard, and he always delivers top-notch bars and a different beat.
Along with the wild lyrics, this beat is actually disgustingly insane. It is a beautiful combination that built huge respect towards Velow.
If you are looking for something fun and edgy to put on your playlist, Velow has got you covered.
If you want to support Velow and his music, follow him on his IG profile below:
Check out the music video for “Tell em how you feel” above on this page.
If you are rocking with the song, don’t forget to leave a comment down below.
“Fuck that nigga; I know he rattin’
Fuck all that talking, you see him, just blast him
That boy ain’t like that, I told you, “Don’t gas him”
He only with us to look like he active
Fuck the police, I hate ’em with a passion
I put some ice on my pinky, it’s dancing
I found some peace in myself, I don’t panic
I’m tryna win me a motherfuckin’ Grammy, yeah”
Casper TNG – Changes
A SONG FOR THE BOOKS; CASPER DROPS HIS LAST MUSIC VIDEO FOR “CHANGES”.
On 14.1.2022. Casper dropped the music video for changes which is the last song off his album “Harmonics Made a Hit, “with Harmonics hits on his YouTube channel.
The visuals are crazy, the music video already has almost 30k views, and “Changes” is definitely our favorite from the EP.
We love “Changes” because the Toronto rapper talks about how everything has changed and how we will never be the same. He also mentioned the relationship with his daughter and how he will spoil her with his riches.
The track kind of has a nostalgic vibe, and the visuals add to that atmosphere, but Casper really just spits cold facts and talks about relatable stories from his life.
We hope that he has new music and a new era for his career in store for us because we would love to hear some more punchlines from the Toronto rapper.
Harmonics Made a Hit – The EP
Casper’s big comeback was “Umbrellas”, a song from his EP “Harmonics Made a Hit”, but “Changes” adds a more personal note and tells a completely different story.
If you haven’t heard his new EP, show some love and hear it before he drops something new.
Follow Casper TNG on his IG profile if you want to be the first one to hear his new songs:
Check out the music video for “Changes” above on this page, and drop an “emoji” if you want to share your opinion.
“They want me to stay the same.
How the fuck I’m supposed to stay the same when all this shit has changed?
And all these diamonds on my chain because it’s part of the game
That cell time drove me crazy, tryin’ not to go insane
I don’t get to see my daughter much; I buy her lots of diamonds.”
Buggz – Whole Block ft. Blvck Mula
Buggz releases visuals for his new single featuring Blvck Mula “Whole Block”.
On 15.1.2022. Buggz released the music video for “Whole Block” ft Blvck Mula. The music video has around 11k views so far.
Buggz released a song with a dope beat, and catchy lyrics and Mula was a great adjustment for the song. This is one of his most successful songs so far, and he should keep up with these awesome collaborations.
One of the best bars on the song is: “Really from the bottom, the only way is up, skinning gravy, baby, couldn’t make this up.”
The two rappers haven’t really been consistent. Mula’s last song is “John Wick ” ft King Lal, while Buggz dropped his last single six months ago.
They really outdid themselves on this one, and they just need to keep grinding to get the flowers they deserve. The potential is there, and the talent is there; they only need consistency with releases.
Future work and collaborations
We hope in 2022, and we will hear something new from these two. If this collaboration blows up, maybe they will do another one.
So far, they haven’t mentioned anything on their IGs, but let’s hype up their song so that they have fresh motivation.
What can you do? If you would like to support the two rappers, follow them on their IG profiles below:
Check out the music video for “Whole Block” ft Blvck Mula above on this page.
Drop a comment down below if you are rocking to this song.
“I got it out the mud; I had to
sin again, I just went the block,
Imma spin again; I just called the
plug yeah, we lit it again; I just got
it up, Imma win again.”
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