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Lil Reese – Seen Or Saw (ft. Rick Ross) [Remix]

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PRODUCER: JD On Da Track
LATEST PROJECT: Supa Savage 2 | Stream
PURCHASE: via iTunes

Lil Reese calls up the biggest boss for the second installment of “Seen Or Saw”, originally on his latest mixtape Supa Savage 2Rick Ross has been popping up left and right for the past month, missing no steps at all after being released from jail. The duo come together again to deliver a pure street anthem, reminding those of the unspoken code in the trenches. With Lil Reese’s upcoming album 300 Degrezz rumored to be nipping at our heels, this will used as an official single until further notice. Give it a listen and check back with us for updates on what the Chiraq general is dropping next.

PREMIERE: GTuck – Take No L’s [Remix]

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PRODUCER: Yoself
UPCOMING PROJECT: See You Soon – Nothing Lasts Forever | TBA

Dropping off a re-release of his latest hit “Take No L’s” which had the internet buzzing for the past few days due to the queen YesJulz’ snapchat. GTuck made some minor revisions based on views of the fans and the Director of Vibes herself. Although slight, it’s still great to see an artist take constructive feedback and actually utilize it as quickly as he did. Rather than taking a stand against the audience, as we’ve grown to see from artist over the years.

Nevertheless, it does not take away the impact that this track had this week. This is a must listen when looking for motivation to burst through your day. The urge to stunt and the resentment of life losses is still at an all time high when we press play. Mark up another “W” for GTuck & CitrusRap.com

#TBT: Quad City DJ’s – C’Mon N’ Ride It (Video)

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PRODUCER: C.C. Lemonhead & Jay Ski
YEAR: 1996

It’s time to show some love to the pioneers out of Duval County. Jacksonville’s Quad City DJ’s were and still are one of the prominent Florida taste-makers who broke through to the mainstream in the 90’s. C.C. Lemonhead & Jay Ski, known as The Bass Mechanics at the time, gained noteriety for creating hits alongside 69 Boyz (“Tootsie Roll”) & 95 South (“Whoop, There It Is”). Both singles cracking the top 10 on Billboard’s Hot 100 charts and over 5 million records combined. Just a couple of years later, they kept their flame ablaze by officially forming Quad City DJ’s and releasing this summer smash, “C’Mon N’ Ride It”, with JeLana LeFleur assisting vocals throughout their career. As we know, the song went on to become very successful like it’s predocesors, peaking at #3 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and selling over a million units. With the strength of this single it helped their only studio reach platinum status as well and earned them a spot one of today’s most influential and heavily followed sports movies “Space Jam”, as they performed the title track by the same name. The collective has since matched the success nor do they have to, to be honest. Because that list of Florida classic tracks, Quad City DJ’s have immortalized themselves in music history and today we are here to show our appreciation for some of Jacksonville’s curators of bass music.

 

GTuck – Take No L’s

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PRODUCER: Yoself
UPCOMING PROJECT: See You Soon – Nothing Lasts Forever | TBA

See You Soon’s GTuck comes back with another banger. A triumphant tune for his continuous winning streak titled, “Take No L’s, with production handled by Yoself. While fans patiently wait for Nothing Lasts Forever to release, Tuck continues to impress with his lavish flows and hard hitting beat selection to mesh the track perfectly. An ideal song to blast at anytime of the day when your desire to flex exceeds all other needs. Play this at loud volumes and make sure your haters are paying attention.

PREMIERE: Dxddy Mxck – “Issues” Video

DIRECTOR: MARSMARSMARS
PRODUCER: Phamous
LATEST PROJECT: MXCKSTAPE [Stream]

Watch as Miami’s Dxddy Mxck gives us a glimpse into his mind as he pours out on “Issues”. The track is produced by Phamous, with the story being told through the lens of MARSMARSMARS. A story of disloyalty of peers and heartbreak from love interests. A modern day fable. Do not take this track lightly, Dxddy Mxck now has his foot in the door and the opportunity to prove why he’s valuable to today’s music scene.

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#TBT: Tay Dizm – “Beam Me Up” Video

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DIRECTOR: Max Nichols & Constellation Jones
PRODUCER: Justin Diener

At the peak of stardom most rap artists use their new found power to shed light onto their homie’s talents. And that’s exactly what T-Pain did in 2008 when he signed his longtime friend and hypeman, Tay Dizm to his Nappy Boy Digital record label. After appearing on every T-Pain album at the time and charting on the Billboard Year End Hot 100 Single on the late Dolla’s “Who The Fuck Is That?” and 2 Pistols “She Got It”, Tay Dizm had the strength to make his mainstream debut, with “Beam Me Up” featuring Florida powerhouse Rick Ross and T-Pain, of course. A song that resonated in a lot of child hoods that had school dances, night clubs, and local radio stations steadily bumping. Little to no promotion, the single made the charts, selling 4,000 digital copies in little time. With little to follow up, Tay Dizm continues to release mixtapes and street albums under Nappy Boy Digital, working back to the momentum that he built in anticipation of a long awaited album release.

 

Danny Towers – BLOCKBUSTER (EP)

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EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: HenryDaher
PRODUCERS: HenryDaher, Danny Wolf, & AdamOnTheTrack
ARTWORK: Whateverfits.

Orlando’s Danny Towers pulls up to the finish line with a jam packed project for the fans. “BLOCKBUSTER” is a product that delivers the same feeling as  of new age legend Young Thug. Meaning it resonates nothing short of power inducing bars that makes the listener feel as if they are the baddest individual alive, with production and rhythms that forces your body into tribal dabb movements. Art direction was handled by the talented Whateverfits. Executive produced by HenryDaher, the sounds have instrumentals from himself, along with Danny Wolf and AdamOnTheTrack. One feature, that being Wifisfuneral, a frequent collaborator and only just four tracks deep. This will surely leave audio dope-heads fiening. Hopefully there will be much more coming from Danny Towers in the near future.