Produced by one of ATL’s super producers (Shawty Fresh), Young Cooley’s “Yes I Did” is set to be a hit single. The visuals to “Yes I Did” were just released. The song is available on his “My Turn Now” album.
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Given the current state of Hip Hop, a lot of fans are left wanting more and feeling like there’s just no substance to the music or even the visuals. New Orleans MVP JAYARSON is here to end that notion with the video to one of his newest singles, “Resurrection”. The song is a testament to his strength and virility when it comes to the rap game. Never one to back down from a challenge or fail to deliver, JAYARSON is working hard to make sure he goes down in history as one of the dopest to ever rock a mic. JAYARSON is always giving his fans something unique, compelling and all around exciting and because of that, he has staying power.
“Resurrection” is included in his latest body of work, “In the Meantime 2”, available everywhere music is downloaded and streamed. The video is directed by @dexstr8dope (Dope Media/Too Dope Boyz).
Nashville standout Slimm Body just dropped his new EP entitled “Cartier Visions”. Slimm has quite the interesting story that includes being near fatally shot in 2016 to currently fighting an unjust homicide chart. He is in the process of releasing new music, visuals and merchandise. His EP symbolizes the struggles and hardships, as well as his effort to positively overcome the hood and the poverty and violence found within. When asked what he hopes fans take away from the Cartier Visions songs/project, Slimm answers with this:
“Progression. From where I’m from to where I am now… When you close your eyes you see visions (sights, sounds, smells, feelings, etc…) from your past, present and HOPEFULLY your future… Cartier Visions represents coming from the dirt, and even from adolescence knowing that one day you will be living finely/ seeing things that people from the bottom never get to witness.”