“I’m a Savage” Slayer Tha G / Booty Bouncing Beats

“I’m a Savage” Slayer Tha G / Booty Bouncing Beats

Shout-out for “I’m a Savage” by hip-hop and rap artist Slayer Tha G. This track is an absolute clud banger and will be enticing serious grinding on the dance floor.

If you enjoy music from artists such as Gang Starr and Slick Rick then Slayer Tha G would fit perfectly on your hip-hop playlist.


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Shout-Out for “Oh No” by Pillowface

Shout-out for “Oh No” by up and coming hip-hop artist Pillowface. He brings his own unique flair to his music which he composes and produces either solely himself or with his close collaboraters.

If you enjoy music from artists such as Drake and The Weekend then Pillowface will fit perfectly on your playlist.

Listen to his track “Oh No” right here…

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Shout-Out for “ICE” by Lil Kelvo

Shout-Out for “ICE” by up and coming rap artist Lil Kelvo. This is a dynamic track showcasing impressive wordplay skills.

If you enjoy music from artists such as G Herbo Future and Drake then Lil Kelvo will fit perfectly on your playlist.

Listen to this track right here…

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Trilltypefella “My Trap Doing Numbers” / Empowering & Relateable

Trilltypefella “My Trap Doing Numbers” / Empowering & Relateable

Meet Trilltypefella:

Trilltypefella is a hip-hop/rap artist and musician based in Memphis, Tennesse. He first started writing rhymes in the summer of 2000 in his hometown, Greenwood, Mississippi.

Discovering he had a talent for the world of rap he began to collaborate with his cousin and perform in local shows.

As well as being a gifted wordsmith and captivating rap artist, Trilltypefella is also a talented musician and plays the keyboard, drums and saxophone.

His main musical influences come from some of the top trap and rap artists of today, such as Yo Gotti and 8Ball & MJG.

His style is extremely versatile and raw with a distinctly laid back southern vibe which sets him perfectly on a top trap playlist.

With an impressive discography, Trilltypefella is making a name for himself within the world of hip-hop. Delivering powerful, reality music where he shares his real-life experiences.

His first EP release titled Trap Loyalty features the track “My Trap Doing Numbers”. A raw and relateable song about his experiences hustling on the streets and trapping to survive.

My Trap Doing Numbers:

This dynamic trap track has a distinct deep soundscape with a steady head-bopping tempo which any trap fan will love.

The powerful marching melody has an empowering effect on the listener, invoking feelings of strength and resilience.

Trilltypefella raps with a strong authoritative energy. He delivers his performance with mighty vocals and poetic storytelling that completely captivate his audience.

His anthemic chorus encourages listeners to rap along with his rhythmic verses. Utilising enticing lyrics such as: “my trap doing numbers, my trap doing numbers. If you don’t believe me you can ask my baby’s mama”.

Listen to this powerful track right here…


What’s next?

Trilltypefella is on a mission to keep creating quality music and expand his career further. While always keeping it real with his fans. Keep an eye out for more upcoming releases soon.

In the meantime, Trilltypefella has a message for all his listeners: “I always put God first and work very hard at what I do. I love each and every one of you for supporting me”.

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KRYPTIQ-Return Of The Gawds ft.Carter Code

Listen to his latest rap collaboration “Return of the Gawds” ft. Carter Code.

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A lot of men and women are fearful of O.J. Simpson. Boosie Badazz isn’t on this list. Lately, right-wing pundits have tried to spin the words of LeBron James into hate speech. When O.J. jumped, Boosie came fast to King James’ defense and assessed the former NFL star.

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“O.J. Simpson, how the hell you gon’ tell LeBron to be quiet about speaking up for our race,” he explained. “You supposed to be speaking up for our race! We got you free — a Black man got you free! The Black community got you free and you gon’ tell him to chill out? You need to chill out. Get the fuck off LeBron nuts. You wrong, man.”