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FAME McCALISTER, The proper grind

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The young rapper released a year ago his highly anticipated mixtape ‘ thank you, Drake, I have Been praying for this ‘ and released one of the most anticipated videoclips out of the underground scene. Relate to his perspective and his take on the obstacles he has faced as an artist, in a visual aspect. Put a face with the name.

When you are talking fame McCAlister, you are talking proper grind, hardwork, and commitment. Everything the kid has released to this day has only been polished album material and he has been careful on what he delivers.

Coming up with a wavy R’n’B vybe, the singer has been showing amazing singing skill to match his inspired swagger and rapping abilities. his last videoclip from the Thank You Drake are amazing moment of greatness in an industry where it gets super hard to get a voice and his mixtape called Hold Weight featuring JackMoon is the legit proof of his grind.

Switching from airy singing vocals to rapping the genuine artist is stacking an honorable stach of featuring in this new mixtape, which adds up to his legitimacy as one of the most promising upcoming artist, with featuring Rich Homie Quan, Fella and Jim Jones which are acting as AR through those songs.

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Warhol.SS Drops “Where’s Warhol?” EP

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The project precedes the Chicago rapper’s debut full-length “Chest Pains.”

Chiraq rapper Warhol.ss has just shared his brand new project ‘Where’s Warhol?’. The seven track EP was entirely produced by Staccato, also behind UnoTheActivist’s ‘Sorry for the wait’ EP released in August. The EP also features collaborations with Rich The Kid and Jay Critch on “Froze.”

However, Warhol had to set the record straight, just for people not get shit twisted …

jus to remind y’all, where’s warhol is an ep. not an album,” Warhol.ss tweeted right after the release. “I ain’t even dropped my debut mixtape yet.

Sorry for the wait. Chest Pains soon <3” he then posted in the EP info section on SoundCloud. His debut project, ‘Chest Pains’ is expected to be released later this year, but no exact date has been communicated yet.

Back in July, he already blessed the scene with the 3200 EP, a collection of his latest singles in a four track package, including collaborations with Pi’erre Bourne and Uno The Activist. Lucky to meet with Sosa, Warhol.ss’ music bears the influence of coeval rap with a Chiraqian touch. Could a collaboration be on the way?

1. Pistons (Prod. by Staccato)
2. Chicago (Prod. by Staccato)
3. Decisions (Prod. by Staccato)
4. Froze Feat. Rich The Kid & Jay Critch (Prod. by Staccato)
5. Sad/Bad (Prod. by Staccato)
6. ShellShock (Prod. by Staccato)
7. Bricks (Prod. by Staccato & ArnoldIsDead)

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Gregg Sharp Drops ‘Higher’ Mixtape

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Lancaster, PA might not be the first city you think of when you hear the word “Hip Hop”, but Gregg Sharp is grinding his way to the top to change that.

The 21 year old Chuck E. Cheese employee turned rapper is on his way to building the biggest buzz the city has ever seen by releasing 119 songs in 2 years, high quality music videos, getting a business loan & opening up his own recording studio, shutting down the Chameleon Club (the largest club in Lancaster) & leading the Saucy Boyz movement.

He is looking to expand his music beyond Lancaster & take it nationwide. His first move was his latest mixtape released on Soundcloud, “HIGHER” which was his first professionally produced project & has so far garnered over 1,200 plays first week from an self-built fanbase with no management, press, and very little social media presence.

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Chief Keef Releases The W For Streaming Via His Youtube Channel

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Despite Chief Keef beeing a no-show at FTP concert/riot, he still delivers and make available for streaming his new ‘The W’ mixtape on his Youtube channel

Few months only after releasing Thot Breaker, Chief Keef comes back with The W, a new sequel to the chiraq driller’s discography which will surely please his fans. featuring fellow Chicago rapper Lil Bibby for one of the best track of the tape with ‘musty’ alongside Ballout, as well as Glo Gang rappers Fredo Santana with “Never Had a Job”, the tape is laced with a powerfull selection of 10 tracks mainly produced by Zaytoven ad Southside of 808 Mafia but also includes a beat from longtime collaborator and studio engineer CB-Mix and surprisingly doesn’t mention if Keef got behind the machine at any point.

While “Milk me” is that off-tune track that you want to throw up on the first hearing, the carrefully hand-picked track makes it a good mixtape to listen over and over.

While a Documentary about Sosa’s life is still in work, he reportedly should drop during october his joint tape Turbo Bandana with Fredo Santana.

Chief Keef’s The W Tracklist

1. “Call’n” (prod. by Zaytoven)
2. “Germs” (prod. by Zaytoven)
3. “Hot” (prod. by Zaytoven)
4. “How You Like Me Now” (prod. by 808 Mafia)
5. “Milk Me” (prod. by Hollywood J)
6. “Never Had a Job” Feat. Fredo Santana (prod. by 808 Mafia)
7. “No I.D.” Feat. Doo Wop (prod. by Zaytoven)
8. “To Fast” Feat. Tray Savage (prod. by CBMix)
9. “Musty” Feat. Ballout & Lil Bibby
10. “Hardly”

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