Song of the Day: Clap It (Remix) – Young Tete (ft. Boosie Badazz

Just when you thought Megan Thee Stallion served us enough eye candy in her videos, YOUNG TETE comes through with her latest club joint – the remix to her strip club anthem, ‘Clap It’, featuring Southern rap veteran Boosie BadAzz.

The Westside of Atlanta, Georgia native rewarded clubs with the original version of her breakout single, and now the blooming ATL rap star follows up with an updated version and visual for the Rusremixradio-produced banger.

The sultry video has plenty of eye candy and features a verse and cameo from rap veteran Boosie BadAzz. The new single will be featured on Young TeTe’s upcoming debut mixtape, ‘Came a Long Way’. The project is slated to drop later this year and will feature Boosie BadAzz, Young Dro and more.

Check out the sizzling hot video for ‘Clap It’ (Remix) below…

Song of the Day: Reggie Rocket – SPRTYK

The Bronx, New York, is home to many mythical rap figures. From Fat Joe and KRS-One, down to Grandmaster Flash, Slick Rick and Big Pun — it’s no secret the concrete-bound borough is home to some generational talent. SPRTYK is no exception.

The NY rap queen is the embodiment of a renaissance artist, turning her hand to any instrumental and tackling it head-on. For confirmation, look no further than SPRTYK’s latest offering, ‘Reggie Rocket’.

‘Reggie Rocket’ pulls heavily from the hard-cut New York rap delivery reminiscent of The LOX, Mobb Deep, Remy Ma and Method Man. With a legendary crop of inspiration and boatloads of style, SPRTYK conjures up a trap-flavoured street anthem. Don’t let the track’s two-minute length fool you: producer Michael Mattice II scatters bellowing 808 drum kicks, a thick, bouncy bassline and quotable ad-libs throughout.

Before ‘Reggie Rocket’, SPRTYK dropped the Nephew Hesh-produced heater ‘Project Heat’. With a colour-bursting, left-field video companion video to match, SPRTYK’s recent output stands as a meteoric comeback for the Bronx poet.

Check out her latest joint below…

OUT TODAY: Dutch ReBelle Drops Video For Track, ‘Gooniez’

On the day of her performance at the legendary SOB’s in NYC, DUTCH REBELLE drops the video for her recently dropped high energy heat wave banger ‘Gooniez’ produced by Tuscaloosa’s own Smoke (Gunna, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug).

ReBelle serves up a variety of looks while commanding a screen snatching Busta Rhymes style solo performance for the entirety of the video. Relentlessly and effortlessly firing away on the bounce-filled beat.

Dutch ReBelle seamlessly transforms between looks and flows with captivatingly cinematic visuals from director Chris Fulcher. Why not check out the blazing video below…

Watch Nick Knightz’s Video For Single, ‘Lonely Girls Hearts Club (Intro)’

A true representation of the alternative in London, Hackney rapper and model NICKI KNIGHTZ returns with an introductory video in anticipation of her third solo project ‘Lonely Girls Hearts Club’ produced by her genre-bending duo member – artist and producer Henny Knightz.

‘Lonely Girls Hearts Club’ tells of how Nicki came to refer to herself as a ‘lonely girl’ relaying her experiences of council estate living and being painfully different from the accepted norms. It also celebrates the solace she found once discovering equally talented and artistic outcasts. The video exhibits Nicki and three fellow ‘lonely girls’ that the world has turned its back on. Though they experience extreme highs when together, once alone they are left grappling with sombre thoughts and intense emotions. Inspired by the hit movie ‘Set It Off’ in order to fight back they take their destinies into their own hands.

‘Lonely Girls Hearts Club’ comes in the wake of Nicki’s prior EP ‘For The Uninformed’ a sonically and lyrically dark exploration that splices live instrumentation with avant garde alternative hip hop and explores the heartache of being mixed race in and out of the ends. The project’s single ‘India Arie’ was championed by Radio 1’s Toddla T making it his ‘coldest record of the week’ and BBC1XTRA’s Jamz Supanova. The project’s third track ‘1964 (Howlett Drive)’ was played on Radio 1’s chillest show with presenter Sian Eleri claiming it to be “…the coolest bassline in East London”

Check out the video for ‘Lonely Girls Hearts Club’ below…

Nayla Savannah Returns With Smooth Joint, ‘Porch’

It’s a hell of a while since NAYLA SAVANNAH has graced this blog with her 2020 single, ‘Rollin’ and 2019 mixtape ‘Bixby Beach’. Fast forward to today, the California smooth spitter drops a mature sound to her dazy trademark on the brand new single ‘Porch’.

A song about finding peace and power within yourself, Nayla’s new offering captures the free spirit and inspirational lyricism that have earned Nayla Savannah a reputation as one of the most promising young women in modern hip-hop.

‘Porch’ was released on Tuesday (28th June) across various music platforms. Go and have a listen….