YUNG HOOD RELEASES LICK BACK FT. CAMPAIGN SELF
The Dallas rapper released a new collaboration called “ Lick Back” with Campaign self.
Yung Hood dropped the music video on 6.8.2021. on YouTube, and you should definitely put it on your playlist.
Yung Hood isn’t really known in the rap circles, but his bars on this track deserved to be heard world-wide.
If you are into rappers who spit fast bars that you need to listen to a couple of times, then Yung Hood is the man for you.
The music video is done in an old-school vibe, and we must appreciate the fact that the best thing about this song is the bars.
It feels kind of nostalgic listening to a song that does not have flashy visuals as its strongest point.
Certainly, this path is not the one many take on their way to popularity, but Yung Hood is definitely into real rapping.
The other rapper, “ Campaign self,” is also underground, but the potential is there from the first bar.
“Lick Back” is just the beginning, and we are sure these two can get a much bigger crowd.
Fun fact: EST Gee has a song called “ Lick Back” as well, so the title might sound familiar to you.
You won’t find these two promoting their music on social media, but subscribe to their YouTube channel to follow their work if you are interested.
Check out Yung Hood’s new collaboration “ Lick Back” above on this page.
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“ Niggaz think some shit sweet
they must don’t know I used to ran off in
a couple of trucks sold, sold a niggaz an empty set,
sending threats through a ticks like he don’t know
where the fuck I am at”.
Gee Gotti – No Cap
GEE GOTTI RELEASES THE MUSIC VIDEO FOR HIS NEW HIT “NO CAP“.
On 17.1.2022. Gee Gotti dropped the music video for his new song “No Cap” on the JBG entertainment’s YouTube channel.
The young rapper samples 50 cent’s famous track and no one can deny he made us feel a bit nostalgic. Gee Gotti confidently hops on the beat, and with a unique flow, he delivers one of his best verses.
Gee, Gotti has some dope rhymes on the song, and he is getting better and better. His fans say 2022 is his chance to blow up.
He asked his fans to tag 50 in his comments, but the famous rapper still hasn’t responded. We hope he gets noticed by 50; that would be huge for his career and future work.
Gee Gotti is known for his features like “Name dropping” and “boom”; “No cap” is his first single that was released on YouTube.
“Name dropping” with Jah Sav has 26k views, and it is one of the best underrated collaborations in 2021. You should check it out as well if you liked “No cap”.
Voice of the demons – new project
The song is part of his upcoming project, “Voice of the demons”; he said it is coming soon.
We don’t know what the project will sound like, but we are sure Gee Gotti is stepping up his game for real.
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Check out the music video for “No Cap” above on this page, and drop a comment if you think this is Gee Gotti’s year.
“I tell butter just ease of the pills,
he be like Gotti just get us a deal,
I may solve but I need me a mill,
people spinning till somebody kill.”
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.
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Check out the music video for “Tell em how you feel” above on this page.
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“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.
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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.”
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