PRODUCER: Mikey The Magician LATEST PROJECT: LOOTGOD EP | Stream UPCOMING PROJECT: Ice Palace EP
“Why use a bank card, when you can use your face card?”
Barely two months after releasing his highly anticipated debut Up, “LOOTGOD”, Miami’s Boobie Lootaveli decided to call upon CitrusRap.com to do what we do best and give you the exclusive drop. On this occasion we deliver to you “Face Card”. A power filled extravaganza produced by frequent collaborator and Buffet Boys very own, Mikey The Magician. This track substitutes as the perfect guide to stunting, continuing to keep your summer lit as ever. In preps for his next release, “Ice Palace”, keep a close eye on this man as usual, as he steadily rises to greatness and put on for South Florida.
As a society, when we think of the rap scene in Tennessee, the first images that pop in our head is Three 6 Mafia. Or Yo Gotti. And even Young Dolph. But for the past few years Case Arnold, hailing from the city of Clarksville, has been pushing towards a more stable, lyrical and prominent sound for his state. A part of the collective ExperienceTheCulture, Case Arnold continues to make his musical footprints in the sands of time with this new track, “Be Yourself”. This smooth Curren$y compared instrumental was composed by Belgium producer, Ozhora Miyagi. With assistance from fellow ETC artist, Tim Gent, they use their platform to deliver a short, yet strong message to remind us not to conform with the rest of our generation and to remain true. Give it the listen that it’s worth, you won’t be disappointed.
PRODUCERS: Heisenberg’s Montage UPCOMING PROJECT: See You Soon – Nothing Lasts Forever RELEASE DATE: TBA 2015
West Florida representer by way of Canada, GTuck giving us his quick personal rendition of “Leave” by Poland production ensemble, Heisenberg’s Montage. A part of the creative collective known as MoneyHigh, Tuck is kicking off their summer campaign with “Leave”. Off top the production itself places the track in a good light. Great patterns, perfecting timing, and a mesmerizing sample playing throughout. But GTuck gives it what it may have been missing, a tantalizing presence with slick vibrant lyrics. Take a listen for yourself.
Coming out of Michigan, Drai The Native teams up with new heavy hitter LAMB$ for a banger. SecreteReality & PolyTechnik both deliver with a raunchy drill beat, to add to the pressure. Listen and take notes as they show you how to “Liv”. Make sure to peep both of their latest EPs with the links above.
As summer starts up out of nowhere, in comes Betty Dawl & Jordan. Together they make up TRAPFØNĘ, a vocalist-producer ensemble, trapping out of Tampa, Florida. Touching down with their debut, “PROB JUS SUM SHAPES”. Saucy songwriting merged from Betty Dawl, with gnarly instrumentals from Jordan. Giving you the best of both of their worlds. An 11-song display of instinctive chemistry and key guest appearances. With hard-knocking tracks like “Ayahuasca”, that make you sing out, “You need a feature. I need beamer.” And smooth trapped out joints such as, “Gotdamn”, which features Kaysmoov. Another standout, “Prom”, gives us a strong look at the collective’s trades in multiple genre’s. Blending an enjoyable combo of pop & rap. Co-starring artists Big Baby, Kaysmoov, Bertrand Russell, & Patrick Hughes. PROB JUS SUM SHAPES is a perfect beach house summer day in Florida. Full of tracks that you can play throughout every hour in the day, from sunrise to sunset. Stream it above.
Relax Rekords‘ own Lee Cavalli and J $tash deliver a new collaboration titled “Who Is This.” All these bass-blowing records the group keeps dropping got us heavily anticipating Volume 2. No word on when we can expect that but the sooner the better because the Broward streets need that ASAP. For now, stream “Who Is This” above.
J $tash, South Florida’s O-Dawg. Plucked out of the swamp and causing hell in the big city. This week he gives us a visual for “All Of My Niggas”, a hyperactive and adrenaline filled experience. An up-tempo-ed, drill inspired track worthy of a most pit, the song is the ultimate ode to his homies and their great successes. J $tash calls upon L.A. Rubio to serve as the director, mixing what I think looks like a Basquiat painting and a scene out of “Belly” . To be real, this man might end up being bigger than any of us expected. Tweet us and let us know your thought on this new fire.