BULLET BRAK stars in his newest action packed thriller, ‘i Getz Busy’. This is a who-done-it from the start, with Bullet playing four of the six roles in this groundbreaking picture, only time will tell when and if, everything catches up with Bullet…
‘i Getz Busy’ is available now on your favourite music provider…why not check out the epic video below…
DOECHII‘s first EP for Top Dawg Entertainment / Capitol Records “she / her / black bitch,” includes production from Kal Banx, Hit-Boy, Bankroll Got It and Devin Malik, and is Executive Produced by Anthony ‘Top Dawg’ Tiffith and Anthony “Moosa” Tiffith Jr.
The project cements the Tampa native as a distinct voice whose versatile talents range from quick-fire bars to seductive singing. On she / her / black bitch, Doechii outlines different layers of her life experience: from villainous to confident to soft and sad, and to overall proving that she matters.
“Many times I’ve been referred to as a “bitch” as a way to gaslight me out of certain spaces, something I think many people can relate to in one way or another,” says Doechii. “Lots of people will call you various names for doing something differently.
“So I decided to take ownership of the ‘black bitch’ and title my EP she/ her/ black bitch and reclaim that motherf***ing power,” Doechii continues.” So if you’ve ever been put down for being yourself, just remember you’re powerful and unapologetic- these songs are for you.”
In 2022 the Doechii came out swinging, chosen as an XXL Freshman and tapped as an ‘Artist to Watch’ in Rolling Stone, NPR, Vulture, Complex, Uproxx, Pigeons and Planes, FADER, and more. Doechii performed on both The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and on the mainstage on the BET Awards. She was also chosen as the RADAR US Cover Artist at Spotify; the VEVO DSCVR Artist for June; the BET Artist of the Month; MTV’s Push Artist for July; and Billboard crowned her both ‘Artist of the Month’ and a ‘Queer Game-Changer.’ Doechii’s record “Persuasive” also made Obama’s Summer playlist.
Doechii has dominated since the release of her unwaveringly original EPs—2020’s Oh the Places You’’ll Go, featuring the viral smash “Yucky Blucky Fruitcake,” and 2021’s BRA-LESS. This new release continues a hot streak for Doechii following the brazen “Bitch I’m Nice” the rebellious “Crazy” and the seductive “Persuasive” (which SZA later jumped on).
Expect more unparalleled, genre-bending music from the multi-faceted Doechii, the self-proclaimed ‘swamp princess.’ Check out the bada** EP below…
Three-piece act BADCAMEO is a connoisseur when it comes to mixing and blending an array of old-school styles – funk, disco, and soul with modern pop & R&B, which they call ‘Indie-Funk Fusion.’ They’ve brought their energetic fusion to more than sixty shows since the start of 2021 and were fortunate to share the stages with heavyweights, including electronic pop duo Sylvan Esso, jam-alt rock band Kendall Street Company, and NC band Of Good Nature.
With over twenty shows already lined up for this summer alone, BadCameo is certainly on the go. Currently, the Tampa-based trio is all set to release their upcoming album, ‘Friday Night Time Warp,’ out on 5th August. The ten-track project demonstrates they are masters of putting together an assortment of serious (often nostalgic) grooves which features the lead single, ‘Funk Train,’ which offers up a rich nostalgia of old-school funk mixed with the vibrancy of modern tones, whereas the second track, ‘Healin’,’ is a reflective pop/R&B tune highlighting the importance of self-love.
‘Friday Night Time Warp’ follows their debut album, ‘BadCameo Out Loud,’ released in 2020. They firmly cemented their place in the music scene with hit singles’ baby come back to me,’ ‘so cold,’ and ‘discotec’ in 2021.
You can pre-save ‘Friday Night Time Warp’here...but for now, get a taste of the upcoming album. Listen to ‘Funk Train’ and ‘Healin” below….
BULLET BRAK returns with a lyric video for latest track ‘For Real’, produced by a longtime Bullet faithful, Gus. Bullet Brak teams up with lyrical heavyweight, Chris Rivers where these two lyricists apply punchlines and metaphors filled with recollection on the world around them.