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Trippie Redd – Stoves On 14th Feat Black Jezuss

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The perfect match between the two artist is hard to avoid with Trippie Redd’s ‘Stoves On 14th’ Featuring the chiraq artist Black Jezuss

Among the Number track that have been released lately it is hard to separate the good from the bad, but with this one it didn’t take long …

Out of ‘A love Letter to You‘, it became hard in the office spaces not to hear the song pop on a daily basis. Firstly because it is featuring an emerging talent strait out of Chiraq, the former Driller Black Jezuss who comes correct alongside the uprising superstar that is becoming Trippie Redd.

The two artist gave their best on this emotionnal and timeless track produced by Cesar P, an airy anthem to the streets and stoves, the genesis of every rap artist that made it out of the hood.

This track is a way to shed light on BlackJezuss, we currently reached out to him for an interview and hope to get him to answer our questions very soon

Lyrics :

[Hook: Trippie Redd]
Drop my top down
I feel good
Drop my top down
In yo hood
Steady, spending
on them drugs
Made it out the trenches nigga
Made it out the mud woah

[Verse 1: Trippie Redd]
I hope these young niggas learn
I hope these stupid bitches learn
I hope these stupid bitches burn
Better thank god that they learn
Better pray to god that they learn
Cause in my hood they on bad terms
So imma make these niggas hurt (wooaa)
Thank god for the stove
Thank tom for a stove
Without edison I wouldn’t be here
So I thank god for the stove
Gotta thank time for the stove
Gotta thank my mom for the stove
Gotta thank the block for the stove (wooaa)

[Hook: Trippie Redd]
Drop my top down
I feel good
Drop my top down
In yo hood
Steady, spending
on them drugs
Made it out the trenches nigga
Made it out the mud woah

[Verse 2: Black Jezuss]
Made it out the trenches
I made it out the hood
They want me back in the hood
So I can’t lack in my hood
Cause niggas hating on me
They want me resting for good
So I told [?] in my hood
To still make sure that I’m good
[?] just like it’s a chopper
I see it I like it yo bitch I might swap her
Lil trippie at glizzy’s house so I might pop ya
They save me can’t save till the get a doctor

[Hook: Trippie Redd]
Drop my top down
I feel good
Drop my top down
In yo hood
Steady, spending
on them drugs
Made it out the trenches nigga
Made it out the mud woahh

[Hook: Trippie Redd]
Drop my top down
I feel good
Drop my top down
In yo hood
Steady, spending
on them drugs
Made it out the trenches nigga
Made it out the mud woahh

[Outro: Trippie Redd]
Yeah Yeah, Yeah Yeah
Yeah Yeah, Yeah Yeah
Yeah Yeah, Yeah Yeah
Yeah Yeah, Yeah Yeah

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YoungBoy Never Broke Again Is Ready To Drop New Music

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As YoungBoy Never Broke Again tends to occupy the headlines through antics and romantic mishaps gone awry, it’s all too easy to forget that he’s a talented artist with a firm foothold on the digital streaming market; lest we forget, the young Baton Rouge rhymer is among YouTube’s dominant streamers, at least where the numbers are concerned.



Now, it would appear he’s gearing up to stage a triumphant return, teasing his first new music since 38 Baby 2, a mixtape that came with a caveat: “After Friday I’ll never release a song/album again until I’m in a better situation.” Luckily for fans of the dynamic young rapper, YoungBoy appears to have found the inner peace he was seeking, taking to Twitter to tease some promising intentions. “Should I drop ??” he asks, opening the floor to his fans to flood his mentions with compliments and well-wishes.

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It’s unclear as to whether YoungBoy is ready to drop off another studio album, which would be his second release following 2018’s acclaimed Until Death Call My Name. We can only hope so, as YoungBoy seems to raise the bar for his studio music; there are many who believe his debut to be his strongest material thus far, and it would be interesting to see NBA pick up where it left off. What do you think — are you still on board for YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s new music? 



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Reginae Drops A Few Bars On Song She Recorded With Her Friends

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The apple doesn’t fall from the tree. Reginae Carter hasn’t expressed an active desire to become a rap star like her father Lil Wayne, but she’s surely had more experience in the booth than most. We can only imagine how many Weezy tracks Reginae Carter watched her father record, and with such an accomplished rapper as her dad, it only makes sense that she would have laid down a few bars of her own.

Recently, a clip of Regaine riding around in her car listening to her own song made its way to the internet. The public began to speculate whether or not Reginae was looking forward to a music career, and after The Shade Room reposted the clip, the blog’s followers had quite a bit to say. The critics swooped in heavily, so Reginae had to stop by the comment section to set a few things straight.

“I recorded this two years ago guys playing around with my friends,” Reginae commented. “But people in the comments know more than me so GO AWFFFF.” She looked like she was having a good time, so it didn’t matter much what anyone had to say. Check out the clip below.

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Jaden Smith Announces “Cool Tape Volume 3” Project: “It’s Completing The Trilogy”

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His latest single is already heating up streaming services as Jaden Smith announces he has a new project on the horizon. The middle Smith child continues his music rise with “Cabin Fever,” and alternative-indie offering he dropped off on Friday (July 24). The 22-year-old artist chatted with MTV’s Fresh Out Live about his new single and shared that he’s readying a new album titled Cool Tape Volume 3.

“It’s completing the trilogy of the Cool Tape Volume 3’s and then it’s also kinda completing the trilogies of Syre and Erys at the same time. So it’s like, putting an end to two eras at once so that I can then go off into the future and into the next thing after that.” Jaden also shared how his dating life during quarantine inspired his latest single “Cabin Fever,” a track where he talks about getting a tad stir-crazy ad desiring to grab his love interest and take off.

 “I kinda, you know, pulled this from some real-life experiences and also kinda dreamed it up in my head a little bit, cause I like to create stories around my music,” he said. “That’s kinda what the story of it is, and I’m really excited about it. I’m hoping that people can relate to it as well with having that person that you wanna see and then feeling like the whole world is stopping you from seeing them…literally.”

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Check out Jaden’s full interview with Fresh Out Live below along with his new single “Cabin Fever.”



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