Jwett not dead and, Miami, Florida Flexican, Mula Mitch is standing on that with his latest single, “Slide”. If you’re from Florida you should already know what “slide” means.
This track is self explanatory. He named it based off what he was doing on the whole song. I kid you not, he’s sliding from the beginning of the song to the end. It’s a fairly short track, but trust me you’re going to run it back a couple more times. Even listening to “Slide” at a sped up speed, it exceeds its greatness. You all know how we do it in South Florida, fast music is our forte. We run it up quick and Mitch is definitely coming up fast. When it comes to this particular sound, he stands out amongst his peers and we are here for it. I believe we’re undrafted in Florida when it comes to originality but Mula Mitch, I believe will soon let the world know about the state of Florida.
Overall the single is tough, and stylistic. Mitch comes with suave persona, where his flows are smooth as silk, while rapping with finesse. Be on the lookout as he’s dropping a EP next month, but until then tap into his catalog. You wont be disappointed.
Broward County and Wasted Potential’sown Chef makes his CitrusRap return and is stepping on necks with his latest 7 track EP “Microwave Music“.
This project only has 7 tracks, but there’s a lot going on. It’s packed with some of Florida’s best upcoming producers. The first track “No Favors”, which is produced by SaiDON, and followed by a pep talk by fellow WastedPotential member 36Purp, gives you that “all gas, no breaks” energy. He definitely cooked up something special with this EP.
What I love about Chef the most, is his diversity, he’s not one of those one-dimensional artists. He can switch it up and give you bars at the same time. He demonstrated that diversity on track 4 “Slide & Vibe”. This track stood out the most to me, but the overall ambiance of this project is pleasing. I’m pretty sure he’s just warming up though.
Tund3 is hands down one of South Florida’s most creative artists. The Rising South Florida artist join forces with super producers Keylow and Lemonade Playboy to make his return to Citrusrap, with a visual for his recent release “Remember.”
The South Florida artist creates his own spin on a classic track that we’re all familiar with. The young artist gives his own spin of Earth, Wind & Fire’s classic soul song, “September”. Tund3 has a unique catalog, so I’m not surprised whenever he drops a hit. Don’t be surprised if you’re walking down the South Beach strip, and you hear this bumping. I can’t forget Wavylord capturing every moment. This collaboration alone is one for the books. The track is a vibe that’s captivating and irresistible. The visuals are dope as well. You can play this with your mom in the car or when you’re just trying to vibe and burn one, if that’s what you do. If you don’t know who these amazing artists are, check out their catalogs ASAP. You won’t be disappointed. That’s on me.
Pompano Beach native, 36Purp makes his debut on Citrusrap. If you don’t know who 36purp is, well, it’s time to pull up a chair and take heed. On his recent release “Up,” he goes bar for bar on a melodic track produced by L. Dre. “Up” is one of those tracks you can feel. It’s real, it’s raw, and if you come from a reality where there is pain and struggle, you’ll understand where his heart resides. You can hear the passion in every song, every verse, and he illustrated that pain and intensity on this track. We cant wait to hear what he’s been cooking up, but for the time being, this track is definitely on repeat.
It’s demon time! Orlando, Florida’s own Danny Towers seems to never fail us. The Orlando native presents a visual for his strip club anthem “Booby Trap” From his 14 track album “Tarantula“ . Danny Towers teams up with Colorado City producer Young God to turn up the function. Listen, this track alone is an overall banger. If you’ve never been to a strip club, you can thank Danny Towers & James “JMP” Pereira and his production team for providing you with the best experience. Just bring your own money and make sure you can handle what you see. I give the visual and track 5 stars across the board. It’s most definitely CitrusRap approved.