A few months after taking off with the release of his massive hit, “Rude”, Tampa native musician, Marc the Prophet finally releases highly anticipated EP, Life’s a Glitch! and CitrusRap got an exclusive listen.
With no features, this 5 track masterpiece is full of flamethrower lines with a mix of raw emotion and melody, Life’s a Glitch! appears to be one of this quarter’s best project releases. Marc the Prophet gracefully displays his multi-facet superpowers as he continually transitions from rapper to potential music star in this project. With all of the confidence in the world, we guarantee that once you press play on the self titled intro, you will have to let the entire project ride out. Then put it back.
The interstellar heavy hitter, coming out of Broward County, gailey is making it apparent that he deserves a spot at the table with his latest video and banger, “I’m Drowning” which is produced by Astoria Blvd. The Fort Lauderdale artist decided to head over to a few of the state’s most groundbreaking visual artists to shoot this cinematic masterpiece, Kenny H, Khan & Kyle C. A visual full of enticing psychedelic feelings effects, glitchy panoramic shots and 3D gailey models.
He describes “I’m Drowning” as
A story about how everything is made up in your head and life is one big head game. Sometimes stuff can get real dark when you mix love, anxiety and one too many double cups. –gailey
This music video is surely ahead of what most Florida artist are producing today and the content that we at CitrusRap love to receive. Get your popcorn and enjoy. gailey is onto something great and we can’t wait to see what’s in store next.
Like a phoenix, rising from the ashes to be reborn into a pushing force of self evolution, as does P.A.P.O. on “The Man”. Four perfectly fitting words that compose the rapper. Positive Actions Promise Opportunity. Shedding his skin of being the highly notable DezJack and resurfaces onto CitrusRap with even quote-worthy bars and fiery angst to run the rap game.
The first single on his upcoming project, Red Nose. A lyrical onslaught and many tales of the ultimate flex, the Broward emcee is running hard on all cylinders with his latest bump. A Synthetic Beats produced, certified banger. Ah man… It’s such a relief hearing someone who can not only flow as fluid as P.A.P.O. does, but who’s words and voice makes you want to live life through his song. “The Man” is a psalm for the youth, that tells of working hard, building your name up and living as strongly as possible before our ultimate demise.
This is the perfect to get on board and have a new favorite rapper and this is one that should be on your list.
Last year in November, South Florida artist Nia Raydelivered her soulful music video “911”. Today, the songwriter is back & this time she released a bubbly vibe entitled ” Lowkey”. In the Bianca Alberti directed visual, Nia is taking us through a couple of colorful aesthetically pleasing scenes where she’s getting glammed up with her girlfriend. Throughout the produced Aiko Gamma beat, Nia vocalizes over the catchy poppy flow with lyrics like ” I ain’t tryna keep it lowkey, I rock my diamonds and my Louis V And I don’t need no n*gga on me“. We chatted with Nia Ray & she gave us a quick rundown behind the concept of “Lowkey “:
The concept for the video was basically just me showing off in a bunch of different outfits, getting done up, having my homegirl do my hair like I’m getting ready to go out. Lowkey is basically about embracing being a bad bitch. Sometimes you feel like you have to dim your light because you can tell people are uncomfortable or overwhelmed or jealous with your presence and how bright you shine, but this song is about saying IDGAF I’m gonna wear that outfit that’s a little extra & look bad as f*ck & be me. I don’t care if I get side-eyes or people say I’m doing too much. I really just made the song because I wanted a fun song to be able to perform for a performance I had back in December.
Ladies this may be your new anthem this summer. Watch “Lowkey” above.
Kobe Fresh Outta High School makes his return to CitrusRap with “Babe’s Coat”. The Tampa rapper gifts us with a captivating track filled with satisfaction and a devotion to his lover. Listen as Kobe trades sultry lyrics and melodies in an epic display over this smooth instrumental.
There’s nothing better than being able to put a track with such great vibes on repeat, completely drowning in the sound and not realizing that you’ve played it almost a hundred times without a break. Except being able to put this very song on repeat while you’re with your significant other.
We love presenting fye artist to you guys and today is one of those days. From South Florida, by way of Pembroke Pines, Jaymond Kreek shows us why he’ll always be a force to be reckoned with in the near future. Times are changing is the series of tracks that Luke Skywalker was blasting in his helmet the second he blew up the Deathstar. Just like a Jedi, the South Florida musician kicks riddling gems in thisself produced, passion and rage infused, heavy hitting and diverse trio of songs.
Not one track feeling the same as the last, but each giving you a unique, but easily enjoyable experience. Personal reflections turned into audio dope. This is a true conquest of shamelessness, indulgence and the pursuit of happiness. Jaymond Kreek continues to revel in his glory, all while cranking out premium content, relentlessly. Solidifying his pathway to greatness, no matter what lies ahead. There will surely be more from the young artist on CitrusRap. Mark our words.
The talented, South Florida maestro known as Don UL seems to bless us with his strong presence at the right times. This go around he makes his CitrusRap debut by leaving us with “Designer Girl” and he’s a little charged up. Melodically giving us brash details of his intimate late night thoughts of love and truthfulness over an airy and dancehall driven instrumental provided by the Reggae legend, Don Carlos.
Don UL and Don Carlos have created a song so enticing that we ensure your repeat button will work overtime once you hear it. Releasing tracks of this magnitude and rate, it is being evident that rhythmic music for the soul has never died, but went into metamorphosis. Something big is coming from the young dancehall God in the making. You can bet on it.