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Dax takes us on a tour of this closed neighborhood called Fame

Dax takes us on a tour of this closed neighborhood called Fame, where everyone who lives in it has been placed on a pedestal and is faced with the inevitable fate of being rudely yanked from it. It is a place where you cannot go bumbling in a carefree way, here caution is paramount. Gotham’s message is as plain as a pikestaff, as is the irony that Dax too, is…

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Tkay Maidza – 24k

Nowadays, they don’t even write about Tkay Maidza without mentioning “Shook”. Those that do try it only serve floury undone pieces, even they know it. Tkay Maidza is a storm, rising, and very few things on this planet can impede her motion. Tkay has worked with huge industry names such as Troye Sivan, Charlie XCX, and Rita Ora, and the seasoning on her sound is a testament to that. On…

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Without losing the song’s original essence, Denimwoods gives Tayc’s Moi, Je Prouve a pristine facelift

If your French does not go beyond “Je ne comprend Français” then take it from us; Denimwoods’ heart is shattered and is subject to condemnation simply because there no reassembling the mosaic. Without losing the song’s original essence, he gives Tayc’s Moi, Je Prouve (I Do Prove) a pristine facelift, and now we’re all taking French lessons. Both the original song and the cover are as calm as a retiree…

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Kyla Blac’s Obsession

Attachment is just one of the many things in life that ought to be done in moderation. Always. If learning that your partner has a life outside you begin to feel like a betrayal, then you do not need me to tell you the kind of trouble you’re in. Kyla Blac’s Obsession comes at you in waves and has an appropriate amount of dramatization coming from that instrumental that samples…

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Rivals is an impenetrable fort of solid anger, but one with a soulful side.

Rivals is an impenetrable fort of solid anger, but one with a soulful side. The song doesn’t have so much as a single speck of warmth, as one would hope. “Rivals” is jet-black by design; made up of seriously murky remarks but varnished with an untroubled luster. Most of the song’s content borders on vengeance and vehemence and is almost stereotypical. It’s the kind of song you know is toxic…

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Hillzy has become a major household name in the music industry, and this EP shows that he’s well aware of it

Hillzy has become a major household name in the music industry, and this EP shows that he’s well aware of it. The songs on this record are all of a high calibre, and even those that fall short, they do so in a way that doesn’t threaten the durability of his career. Chisikana generally has a calm and clean energy, a feature that we’ve always associated with Hillzy. WAY OUT…

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“Ride Da Wav” shows just how much thicker blood is when compared to water

Truth be told, it’s going to take a ridiculous amount of convincing for us to look at this Kachingwe pair the same way we look at Smith’s kids. Of course, our focus is mainly on Quiet Child, as his older sister Tinashe is already an established household name in the music industry. “Ride Da Wav” shows just how much thicker blood is when compared to water; I mean, why else would such a collaboration even exist? The song is a tad bit quirky and more agreeable when you approach it with an “acquired taste” mindset. Its segments are inconspicuous and that makes it generally hard to follow. The song, by and large, proves Quiet Child to be a more formidable producer and less of a rapper or a vocalist. Albeit…

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