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Savage Storms has dropped his third fiery wit-soaked feat of Gangster Rap with “Pop Off”

Fans of 50 Cent, Dre, and other Gangster Hip Hop trailblazers will definitely want to check out the momentously vitriolic latest single “Pop Off” from breaking Rap artist Savage Storms.

The relentless Rap verses allow you to appreciate the effortlessly smooth lyrical grind along with their ability to throw plenty of wit into the bars which seamlessly flow against the atmospherically adrenalizing beats.

With the polished production, Savage Storms’ ability to wax lyrical and the intensity of the beats, they’re pretty much a triple threat. If you like to have your finger on the pulse of new urban talent, you’ll want Savage Storms on your radar.

You can check out Pop Off for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Truth Boy – Bang out the Debby: Charismatically Convictive Hip Hop

Any fans of Xzibit, Dre, Ice Cube and Snoop Dogg are going to want to check out the debut track “Bang out the Debby” from up and coming Hip Hop artist Truth Boy.

The high-fire energy in the mix comes at you from the modern EDM beats, the charismatically convictive verses, and the wit-laced lyricism. In short, Truth Boy is a triple threat who won’t be classed as up and coming for long if he continues to bang out urban earworms as well as the debby.

Even though there’s a playful and high-vibe feel to Bang out the Debby, the track lost none of the authority. Instead, it just amplified how accessible the track was and stood as a testament to Truth Boy’s pioneeringly refreshing approach to the genre.

You can check out Truth Boy’s debut single Bang out the Debby for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Bg5ive has made their debut with smooth atmospheric Hip Hop hit “Made for This”

Bg5ive’s debut Hip Hop track “Made for This” isn’t just polished, it’s cinematic. And the nuanced sleek feeling doesn’t just end with the production and the smooth atmospheric beats. It carries right through to Bg5ive’s introspective-deep rap bars which allow you to feel that they definitely didn’t hold back when it came to soaking Made for This in pure soul.

Even though Made for This feels dark in part, it still offers a cathartic, ambient, vibing feel whilst still feeding you plenty of momentum.

If you appreciate the resounding melodic vibe behind Made for This, you’ll definitely want Bg5ive on your radars in 2020. He’s got plenty of urban earworms in the pipeline to be released this year.

You can check out their debut single via Spotify.

Keep up to date with future releases via Instagram.

Review by Amelia Vandergast