Author: Juneil

@roransom delivers a variety filled album with “Possessed”

An LA Hip-Hop recording artist, Ro Ransom is multifaceted with a genre-meshing artist who is hard to box in. He’s an acute spitter with an exceptional flow that fits well in today’s world of rap where it’s important to know how to crank out melodies and lyrics while still having substance. Preceded by singles “Might Go” and “Floetry” featuring Kensei Abbot, Ro’s new project “Possessed” is an 8 track effort with minimum features with frequent collaborator  Kensei Abbot being the only other artist to make an appearance With its enticing melodies, effortless flows, dope lyrics, and eclectic beat selection...

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@roransom and @KenseiAbbot deliver a prestige track with “Floetry”

Over the past two years, Ro Ransom has built up quite a name for himself with his two biggest videos “Wraith” and “See Me Fall” having a combined viewership of over 3 million. This year Ro has been killing it with single after single his latest release being “Floetry” featuring Kensei Abbot, a slick contemporary Hip-Hop cut with furious flows over an intoxicating instrumental that has some crazy drums and an energetic melody. Both Ro and Kensei bring t.heir best as they spazz on a fantastic beat bringing dope bars to a fun track that is structured well enough...

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@KashnDoja Goes In On New Track “No Luv”

KashNDoja has been quietly plotting things out dropping “Andale” and building to the release of a four-track EP “No Luv”. The titular track from this forthcoming tape on “No Luv” Kashspits about how he’s cone up from the mud and wised up to the fakery of so-called supporters and friends. Listen to “No Luv” below Follow us on Twitter,SoundCloud, Instagram, Apple Music & Spotify for...

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EREE Party (@ greatbambveno & @Mo_Conteh ) express the ecstacy and tumultuary of love on “Roller Coaster”

Dropping their second release as Free a party Mo Conteh and Jay return with a new Eva-Mallay assisted track titled Roller Coaster. On this new release, they continue the theme of love as they discuss past relationships and the ups and downs of love. Both proficient rappers, the two take turns trading verses as they open up about trust issues and heartbreak commenting on the ecstasy and tumultuary of love. The verses on this reflective release are supported by an emotional chorus Follow us on Twitter,SoundCloud, Instagram, Apple Music & Spotify for...

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