Sniper Gang rapper, Jackboy, is back on CitrusRap, as he teams up with Detroit’s Tee Grizzley for a grimy pledge to their blocks, in the DrewFilmedIt directed official video for “Married To My Enemies”.
Earlier this week, Jackboy dropped the next single off his forthcoming album Living in History. In “Married To My Enemies,” the Broward County native connects with Tee Grizzley as they trade stories about their time in the trenches.
“Twenty six thirteen six I came with mop niggas/I got ties, ain’t tellin’ no eyes,” Jackboy raps. “They still popped that guy from the other side, Took the nigga life, and he still ain’t slide/Still ain’t right even you died, ay ay.”
The song arrives not long after Jackboy dropped other songs like “In My City” and “Lost Ties.” Look out for his album Living in History dropping Aug. 27. For now, check out “Married To My Enemies” up top.
Miami spitta,Tafia, makes his CitrusRap debut with new visuals for his record, “SF3.” In his new video, the Dade County native hits the road and flash off his cash flow and fancy whips on the intro track to his upcoming project Street Fanci 3. The visual arrives not long after the rapper dropped “Ran Thru” and “Walk.” In the video for “Walk”, we can see the Dreamchasers rapper riding around Wynwood along with his crew. Tafia flashes off his stacks of cash while he drops hard-hitting bars.
Look out for Street Fanci 3 coming soon and watch the video for “SF3” up top.
Make way for Miami’s own Dyamond Doll. She’s pulling up to the scene with a fresh collection of music that will make you remember her name.
Today, the Miami native drops her debut EP Dyamond In The Rough. The project features 8 songs including her collaboration with Sniper Gang’s Jackboy “Sugar Daddy.” Recently, both rappers shot the video for the record.
Each song on the project gives us a better understanding of Dyamond’s musical inspirations. The arrival of Dyamond In The Rough comes more than a year after she dropped her song “Myami” and linked up with Trina for their collaborative track “Dwade.”