Sounds + Visuals

Supa BWE and Dounia provides serenading sounds on their new record, "Entropy"

However you choose to say it doesn't matter, we all know who we are talking about. The latest track, "Entropy," by the Chicago based artist is a laid back, infectious fit of groovy production and cosmic vocals. "I went to the beach to look for Jesus," has to be one of the more delightful call-and-response based melodies I've heard in music as of late.

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Rising New York acts MulamanDam and ATM come together for the simplistic banger, "Voss"

Mulamandam and ATM find a beautiful middle ground on their newest drop "Voss." The spacey vocal delivery by ATM pairs well with masterful ad-libs reminiscent of Playboi Carti's best moments from Die Lit. Mulamandam wraps up the the second verse with a straightforward delivery, complementary to the first verse. 

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Bay Area icon, Larry June continues to keep it consistent with his new visual, "Pleasant Hill"

When it comes to the Bay Area, it’s one of the most consistent areas of material when it comes to hip-hop. One of their front-runners in the game at the moment is none-other than Mr.Yee-Hee himself, Larry June. The Orange-connoisseur has been on a roll of releasing material as of late and he continues to drop more bangers with his latest visual, “Pleasant Hill”.

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Toronto by the way of Cali living legend, Jay Worthy stops by ItsTheReal to talk about being friends with Drake and ASAP Yams, Blood Cutlure, recording in Sarah McLachlan's house, + more

When it comes to podcasts, ItsTheReal’s “A Waste of Time” is amongst one of the favorites that people listen to throughout their daily route. Given the nature of their podcast, it gives a lot of people to tell their stories in full-length with lots of moments of hilarity along with clarity. As they continue to push their forward in the future, they bring one of the most prominent acts of the West Coast, Jay Worthy.

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