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5 new songs you need to hear featuring Aylin and YPG Chase

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Big Zay Mack – Thank You Trae Tha Truth (Swang 2.0) (Submission)

Big Say Mack reminds us that he’s “Still da king of da parking lot” with this Country-Rap release that cleverly employs the Michael Jackson sample ‘The Lady in My Life’. This Southern bop is slow enough for you to vibe to, but upbeat enough for you to get lit to—the perfect balance. With Trae tha Truth mentioned in its title, you know what to expect. He consistently gives us bops and fire lyrics, and this release is no different.

Aylin – My Way (Submission)

Aylin keeps the vibes going with her sultry release of ‘My Way’. The Bristol, England native makes a bold statement with this R&B tune that’s sure to get her name buzzing! Her soft, melodic voice skillfully contrasts the Hip-Hop-infused beat and creates an original sound that’s definitely poised to keep her around for a long time.

YPG Chase – Crime Pays featuring Bloody Jay (Submission)

YPG Chase and Bloody team up to remind us in no uncertain terms that ‘Crime Pays’. This fire trap street anthem aggressively reminds us that trap is life, and sometimes you gotta get your hands dirty to get to the bag!

Trizz – Everybody’s Target (Submission)

In a refreshing twist, rapper Trizz gives NBA superstar James Harden his flowers while he’s still here to smell them. This ode to the current NBA leading scorer is a wonderfully positive, uplifting track for those looking to hear something different out of today’s Hip-Hop… unless you’re betting against the Rockets.

Pierce Ripanti and Nale THPC – Soul Safe featuring Siti (Submission)

As I listened to this nostalgic, 90s inspired track, I scrolled the comments and saw something that caught my eye. User KAMLOYALTY said, “This is so cool it reminds me of J.Cole when he just came out.” That comparison made me listen again and agree! These talented artists are on their way to greatness if this track is any indication of their skills.


Written by Manny King John

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