With an African party vibe that certainly has you listening closer in absolute fascination, Oscar The THOG drops that late-night after-the-party new single called ‘Bounce‘ (ft. Don Pietro).
Onwe Oscar aka Oscar The THOG is a Enugu, Nigeria-based trap artist. He is young in the game and still finding his way, experimenting with different styles for the time being, while he finds the treasure-filled road he wants to rap down.
”Bounce is a trap song in its basic elements. With a touch of EDM and lively dance vibes to it which make you want to jump up and make that booty bounce.” – Oscar The THOG
His style is super confident as he tells her exactly what he wants and right now, his mind is made up as the heart is beating so fast and doesn’t ever want the night to end. The raps are intensely thrown down and this is a new school quick-fire rap track, that gets to the point quickly.
‘Bounce‘ (ft. Don Pietro) from the Nigerian trap rapper Oscar The THOG, shows us a lights-off moment when you are with that special person in your life. This is a strictly 18+ track with a mature audience sticker attached – as we are introduced to a new artist who flows in with a very self-assured attitude – that is easy to spot as he makes his name known to all trap fans.
Hear this new track on Soundcloud and check out his IG music page for more blazing visuals.
Young Fam (feat. Acire Kane) lift the mood and bring us an exciting Hip-Hop track to bounce to on ‘Yea Yea Yea‘.
Talented Byhalia, Mississippi rapper and entrepreneur YoungFam, teams up with polished rapper, comedian and model from South Memphis, Tennessee Acire Kane on their brand new music video that makes you forget about all your worries and gets you focusing on doing what you need to do, in order to succeed in life.
These two clearly make a good team and complement each others skill sets perfectly with a top beat that spreads good vibes into a world that needs as much of it as possible.
The straight up lyrics let you know exactly what is going down here. This is about appreciating your woman and man for what they do and how to make each other feel. Trust and motivation to make each other happy is the only way forward for a hot night without unnecessary stress.
With both of these rappers going at the bars hard and not leaving anything on the table, this is an enthralling single to fully immerse yourself into as you go for a ride with both of them- via a sensual beat and a chorus that will be stuck in your head all day.
‘Yea Yea Yea‘ from Young Fam (feat. Acire Kane) is a fun Hip-Hop track full of catchy lyrics and honest energy about how you appreciate people that have their own hustle going on.
To be with someone that isn’t relying on you for money is such a pressure release off your shoulders, so you can focus on what you gotta do concentrate on making that paper. To be in a strong relationship that is unbreakable, you both need to be on the same vibe after all.
See this vibrant video on YouTube and check out more via IG.
I was wondering just the other day about where Hip Hop is going and who the artists at the top are going to be in 10 years. I think I’ve found the answer. He is still in college at Georgia Tech and is only 19 years old. LoKii AD and his music is so hot at the moment you may catch a sunburn when you play this heat of a track.
”Juug” is the latest banger from this emcee born in Decatur and currently residing in the East of Atlanta. Home of the South. His flow is quick and easy to understand. He is on a mission and this song is all about that swag. He likes to look fresh and this banger is all about that. You gotta look good with the fly chain and stylish car to impress this guy. Mechanical Engineering is what LoKii studies and you can see he has his eye on breaking things down.
Hip Hop is in safe hands with this young talent and with a style that changes up he is merely starting out in the music game. This is a scary prospect. This future is here. LoKii AD. Remember the name.
Stream this new school Hip Hop track right here on his Spotify channel.
It’s easy to be impressed by how music production has evolved and become so accessible. Superstar talent can spring up from anywhere at any time. With so much emphasis on achieving sound quality, a lot of artists end up neglecting their craft of performing. Dylan shows a side of rapping that often gets neglected in modern rap: the actual rapping.
Dylan’s verses on Bounce are casual and often tongue-in-cheek, but that doesn’t discount him from being taken seriously. There’s a lot of work put into these verses (in both setup and execution). There’s a decent loop built around hi hats and some brass, but the highlight of the music is likely the well-timed stops used to enhance certain verse lines. Some panning and filtering on backing vocals keeps everything interesting enough while you wait for the next clever stanzas.
Bounce is a track that brings back simplicity in production as a method of showing off the fronting talent. Could Dylan be as impressive in front of live orchestras and designer drums that take months to perfect? Maybe, but that would defeat the purpose here. We’re here for the appreciation of something raw. As the adage goes, it don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing. Well, Dylan’s roots have a different motion. This track doesn’t need a big budget either. It has heart (and bounce).