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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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Trapland Pat Drops His Long-Awaited “Interstate Baby” Mixtape

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South Florida native Trapland Pat is upping his music with the release of his third mixtape “Interstate Baby

” It’s a 9-track mixtape that featured heavy production from fellow Floridian producer PepperJackZoe

Their work was easily one of the key highlights from the project and has us tuned in for future collaborations



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Throughout the tape, Pat dives into the street mentality that has gotten him to where he is today and vows to stay solid as he gains fame

Although it’s only 9 songs, “Interstate Baby” gives listeners plenty of insight on the life of Trapland Pat and allows them to resonate with his verses

Checkout Pat’s social media and mixtape below



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BBY Goyard Drops “Reptile”

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Artists like BBY GOYARD or the type to give the underground that identity of being uncontrollable and birthing new sounds from pure creativity

His new song “REPTILE” is a blast of wild energy unlike any other

Songs like this one are what differentiate artists from the crowded population of those who say they make music but only replicate popular styles



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BBY GOYARD goes off with absurd lyrics on the menacing beat that turns the vibe up 10-fold with rageful drums and snares

The industry just can’t come up with this type of music like the underground that has so much experimentation and pure creative expression

“REPTILE” reminds me of how interesting and unique the underground can be



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Gucci Mane Gets In The Holiday Spirit With “East Atlanta Santa 3” Mixtape

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Just in time for the holidays, Gucci Mane always make sure everyone has the most trappy Christmas quality time of the year. Third sequel of the serie, courtesy of the big Guwop.

Gucci didn’t give much notice about the release of “East Atlanta Santa 3” except for a video preview of the opening track to the album, “Jingle Bales” on his IGTV probably shot by his babe. The song is an obvious Guwop take on “Jingle Bells,” but don’t expect the entirety of East Atlanta Santa 3 to follow suit.

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A selection of Grimmy trap signature song from gucci, which recipe hasn’t change much for the past 10 years. However, we suspect Gucci to have had his ” M’s on Ice” track written or inspired by ILOVEMAKONNEN, while most of the credits for the mixtape are going “J.White Did it’s” way, whose real name is Anthony Jermaine White and is behind Cardi B’s ” Bodak Yellow” track.

Tracklist

1. Jingle Bales Intro
2. Mr. Wop
3. M’s on Ice
4. Drummer ft. Kranium
5. More with Jason Derulo
6. Magic City ft. Asian Doll
7. Dirty Dancer
8. Snow 
9. She Miss Me ft. Rich The Kid
10. Brick Mason
11. Tony ft. Quavo
12. Gossip
13. Time Flies By
14. Slide ft. Quavo
15. 12 Days of Christmas
16 WWGD Outro 

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