BABYG, Broward County native, makes his return on CitrusRap, after releasing his new loner-ism anthem, “Understand Me”. A record discussing topic that we all can relate to. Being misunderstood by the world around you. Linking up with Grammy award winning producer, OG Vinchenzo, BABYG’s delivery to this record allows for a fun and light vibe on a rather dark topic. Be sure to check this out along with the video attached below and maybe you’ll understand him!
Usually for birthdays people get gifts, but a week after her celebratory day, Cherele decides to show us why she’s one of the greatest talents that Florida has to offer the world, by giving a gift to the people called “KIKI”. Her first music release since her critically acclaimed mixtape, Give Em’ Hell, in October of 2019.
Pete Rango continues to rise to prominence, as he lays fast paced, unorthodox drums to combat with Cherele’s rash bars and never-ending flows on this adrenaline rush of a record.
The hook kicks the door off of the hinges immediately, with the lines: “Kiki got me gone like Houdini! Bitch i’m on your head like a beanie!”
2021 and it looks like Cherele is back to outdo the rap game. Right on schedule.
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Tampa has always had to make huge steps in order to even be considered in the discussion of Southern Rap culture. But it seems as the early 2000’s were the rebirth of the new age. As we have shown and proved our fanatic outlook on the jook era, this week we will continue on that streak on CitrusRap, reviving Tom G’s radio hit “City Boy With It”.
This was the time in music where party goers and fans could just vibe and have a good time with the trippy or heavy drugs that are common today. Tom G was the type of artist who not only told stories of his gritty environment, but he also displayed hope in party tracks. Although he was in the streets, he showed that there was always a time to have fun with your crew and a lady friend or two.
Tom G took the unmixed copy to the strip club, where it became an instant smash before the quality was even perfected. Once it was ready for airwaves, there was no stopping it.
The timeless classic has made it’s way back to the 2020’s, with the help of FL legendary comedian, Lil Duval. Who resurrected the track, alongside Tom G and BoloDaProducer, for a brand new mix, that debuted on BET Hip Hop Awards’, as the show opening.
GemTLK has come a long way, all thanks to its fearless founder, Taty. From weekly, editorial highlights of talented women on CitrusRap, to a ground-shaking talk show for South Florida. Welcome to the future of GemTLK.
Filmed on location in Broward County, FL at theICONetwork studios.
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Week 4 out of 52 is here and CitrusRap couldn’t be happier. The Broward rapper keeps his momental alive, cruising over an unorthodox drum heavy, binary styled instrumental, Xali shows off on “8th For 50”. It’s hard to go wrong on an Ortega production like this, but with the sauce that Xali is dishing out, it’s no surprise that the final product is nothing short of demolishing. So press play and get aboard with the South Florida MC before his train sets off.
QuietStorMarc has been fueling himself off of pure self determination and liberation since he’s broken out on CitrusRap. These records speak just of that. With the official video for the album titled, The Pyrvmids produced jam, “Ideas Are Bulletproof” finally hitting the net, the visuals buddies the independently empowering track with grace, with the cinematic approach continuing with “It’s On Me”. A mouth dropping dramatization of Marc’s brush with death. Shot by Todo Productions. QuietStorMarc sticks to his prerogative and continues to live my his self-rule, all while giving out great work. More fye work from the Dade artist is set for 2021. Make sure you stay in the loop for that drop.
You are officially watching the future of Florida’s music scene in one video. Flash back to 2015, when Wifisfuneral hit the net in a massive way, linking up Max P and Swamp Posse‘s SKYXXX & Keez for the NASSACRE directed “SURRRF”. It’s always awesome to see Florida artists get together and work to shoot a dope ass video like this. Best believe these four have more up their sleeves for the remainder of the year. 2015 was a bright look at the future of Florida. 2021 and beyond will be even greater.