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GenoDa1 – ’92

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After one listen, I admit, I was hooked. Now this track is on repeat. Fresh off of an exclusive interview with Cassandra of CitrusRap’s The Juice, Homestead’s very own, GenoDa1, comes through with the mean scriptures on “92”. Helping push his brand and Florida’s hip hop scene to new and improved levels. GenoDa1 enlists the boom bap sound, of what’s considered rap’s golden age, to deliver with the spiritual and string filled beat. Lines full of self confidence and righteousness, as well as resentment and pain. There’s so much insight in this song that should not be over looked. I shouldn’t have to persuade you what to do. Like, share and put this on repeat. Then thank us later.

Phat June – Shoutout My Dentist (Video)

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DIRECTOR: The Brace Face

West Florida rapper Phat June returns with a brand new visual for his 55Ty2NICE produced single, “Shoutout My Dentist”, from his latest full length release, Bankroll Shawty.  The wavy visuals match perfectly with the raunchy vocal delivery from the upcomer. Peep the new The Brace Face directed clip above.

#TBT: Robb Bank$ – Fine$t (Video)

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PRODUCER: Clams Casino

“Now that’s love to my bottom bitch, kisses to my new hoes..
Pour ’em up Dirty Sprite, tell ’em that it’s Nuvo..”

Florida summers in 2012. Today’s youth were running wild, full of untapped potential. All nights were filled with what seemed like unlimited vices. And it seemed as if every beautiful girl in high waisted shorts wanted to reenact this music video.

Three years later, Robb Bank$ has grown into stardom with a cult like fan base and the resume to follow. “Fine$t”, along side with “Counting” that both appear on his album “Calenders”, is believed to be the spark that set his path ablaze.

“I’m yo’ ho favorite shit, next to semen
You can’t see me
Bitch, I’m puffing peyote out on the tipi
Counting Slumdog millis
Got Latika on her kneezy
Be easy”

A continuous onslaught of fluid motion in his rhymes. Wave like flows of sorts. Lyrics detailing his adventures with past lust interests and love for Dragonball Z. The Clams Casino-produced track delivers a brief glimpse into Robb’s life. He not only gives his ex-girlfriend a name drop, but uses the line in his advantage to flex a little. With an meditative instrumental to back the vocals.

Unkle Luc, now as prominent of a figure to rap culture as the man starring in this video. Always providing innovative effects and perfect visuals to a side of the sunshine state’s wildlife, on a day that most of the native youth live out ritually.

“Fine$t” ultimately was a part of the album “Calenders” which received critical acclaim and became one of the blueprints to the new age’s music development. And with how things have been going for both Robb Bank$ and Unkle Luc, they will continue to change the frame of Florida’s culture and it’s art.

Flex Malik – Stage Fright (Prod. Eddie Gianni)

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PRODUCER: Eddie Gianni
LATEST PROJECT: How Dare You | Stream via iTunes

Atlanta representer, Flex Malik, has been putting in some heavy work over this past year. Making it hard not to notice his work and progression. A few months ago Flex Malik started a constantly growing complication entitled How Dare You, which has been been steadily taking off. But Flex is back with more hits to add to his arsenal. “Stage Fright” is his newest entry. A hype filled track, that swears his authenticity and should definitely be played at the highest of volumes. Produced by another Atlanta native, Eddie Gianni. “Stage Fright” is a heavy dose of electricity and high quality song writing. Flex Malik is a man on the edge as he shows off a crazy onslaught of rhymes and flows, that matches this insanely dynamic beat. We’ll definitely be looking forward to what Flex Malik has in store for the world next.

Ro-Thoro – Life Of A Lifer (Prod. Glenn Jr)

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As the second quarter of 2018 kicks off and Spring begins to bubble, it has become apparent that Florida has staked its well deserved claim in the underground art and music world. The north side being rather prominent at the moment. Striking while the iron is hot, Tallahasse’s very own Ro-Thoro delivers with a conscious minded track, simply dubbed, “Life Of A Lifer”. Full of bass and a oldie but goodie ambiance provided by producer Glenn Jr, this songs tells a great message. Simply, open your damn minds people and stay focused! As things begin to settle down, the track gives off a high like and floating feeling, just before the hit man Ro-Thoro takes control, viscously snapping with the same force as a 200mph locomotive. Play this song first thing in the morning and you’ll be sure to create the perfect setting for your day.

Mike Lary – Citrus (Prod. Boss Brain)

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PRODUCER: Boss Brain

Back with another one, even bigger and better. Lauderdale’s Mike Lary has delivered what may be our headquarters secret anthem, “Citrus”. Produced by Boss Brain, Mike Lary melodically impresses as he slips and slides through the shoulder moving beat, with an arsenal of different flows and cadences. A real anthem to make some money and flex to. One with such as appropriate name. Say it with me, BITCH I’M GETTING TO THE CHEESE! This isn’t the last time you’ll be hearing Mike Lary on CitrusRap. Keep your ears and eyes tuned in!

Kenlow – Raptor (Prod. 1K)

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Coming viciously hot out of Florida, Kenlow teams up with the beat making heavy hitter, 1K, for a banger called “Raptor”. Kenlow delivers a heat wave over this a raunchy drill and video game soundbite inspired beat, to add to the pressure. Listen and take notes as they show you how to live in beast mode. Make sure to peep the new track and don’t be afraid if accidentally start a mosh pit in your brain.