Fresh off the release of his highly acclaimed single, “Jits”. Months removed from releasing a stable of new wave, R&B classics, like “Stay”, “Loyal”, “Thank The Gang”, and a handful South Florida collabs singles, the project reverend is finally back. After officially announcing his EP release, Tomorrow After One, Twelve’Len blessed us with more great news. He will be releasing a visual EP to accompany the tracks. A new video each day, until the release of Tomorrow After One, this Friday.
First on the list is self-directed, Sir Fetti shot, “Liars: Act I”. This Lemonade Playboy and Justin Wiggins produced joint is a rather heartfelt, yet cruising track. A true testament to the feeling of distrust and un-interest after a companionship gone awry. A subtle middle finger to the soon to be forgettable moments. It’s safe to say that Twelve’Len has done it again. “Liars: Act I” is an undeniable SLIDER.
STREAM: via SoundcloudLil Sporty D has been on a roll for quite some time. But it’s evident that he’s been leveling himself up properly before releasing a Kamehameha wave of sound waves, like this one. After the major label co-signs, street hits alongside Nolia greats, such as Juvie and Magnolia Chop, accompanied with the blockbuster success of his previous single “From A City”, which received over 100,000 plays, the New Orleans based rapper makes his CitrusRap debut with the release of his introspective new song “Like Whoa’”, featuring Lil Noodle.
After teasing the world over the past couple of weeks, Maryland’s IDK drops off “Cereal”. The long awaited collaboration with Atlanta’s bar-smiths, JID and Kenny Mason, as South Florida legend in the making, DJ Scheme provided the sounds for this heat wave. As they unite to make this record, each vocalist delivering top tier flows, all distinctive from each other. It’s almost like they assembled the Avengers for this headbanger. “Cereal” gets the obvious CitrusRap approval.
Not wasting any time with it, West Florida’s Q. Tate, is already back to bless us once again as he continues to push his debut album, 41. Next up on his list is the official video of his hard-hitting, yet cruising lead single, “Last Time”. A track embodying the self determination and unstoppable mindset of the greats, with the cinematic look to match. Shot by MoneyHighBS and LongLiveTheChef, aka MoneyHighChef, and edited by Wooly DVSA. Whether you’ve on a money making mission or if you’re just in the mood to flex a bit, the Palmetto native dropped off a moment that will surely help you get your point across.
Regenerating buzz around town after the surfacing of most of his critically acclaimed tracks have hit major streaming platforms, Tampa based rapper, Mason Monroe, is back on CitrusRap to deliver the visuals for his 2019 slider, “Crown”, featuring Haze Ala. Directed by Beach Day HQ, this video is a murky image from the 813, through the eyes Mason and company. A mixed atmosphere of money making and high focus, this video and track is a hit out of the park. The young musician reminds the world that there’s more to Tampa than meets the eye.
The South Florida multi-faceted queen is here with her official video and CitrusRap debut! Rapper, producer, DJ, Oli VVV delivers the visuals to her summer smash and debut single, “Impress Me”. Directed by ShotByBleu, this colorful, self produced and fun lived track was met with the same energy in the video. Making us addicted to the rushing feeling of it. Craving for what’s to come next from the artist in the future.
As today’s music is known for genre bending, but lacking of musical knowledge, a North Miami Beach representer has begun to lay waste to statements as such. After the high success of the first installment, Jeff Stones comes through with his truths, while proving his versatility as an artist on Rather Be Distant 2.
A interpersonal body of work. With the help of producers like Slick Amvdeus and PLYBCK, Jeff displays a touching journey full of highlight and the lowlights that follow. Seven tracks compiling moments of bliss and immortal confidence, partnered with moments of mental instability and how the rapper.
This project is an autumn smash, delivering a different sound on each track. Catering to as many emotions as possible. We can definitely see Rather Be Distant 2 last the test of time. As always when CitrusRap says this, we genuinely mean it when we say, keep an eye and ears out for what Jeff Stones has upcoming.