Meechie Bravo is a PrettyRichGoon

Without question rap is the modern day rock and roll and artists like Meechie Bravo are the reason. His debut EP RichPrettyGoon is proof.

Meechie Bravo is a 19 year old Bronx native and his story is the perfect tale of opportunity meeting optimism. Meechie Bravo is an event host who went viral after being accused of leaking Megan Thee Stallion’s collaboration with Nicki Minaj. Meechie Bravo already had a following from his other endeavors (comedic content and custom durags), but after capitalizing on the attention gained from appearing on The Shade Room, he hosted his biggest event to date.

Inspired to make music by his father, who was also a rapper, Meechie Bravo embarked on his musical journey in 2017. Though he struggled to find his own unique sound, he has settled into what he describes as strip club music and it seems to be working well for him. Meechie Bravo’s latest video “Freak” gained 32,000 views in a week.

His EP PrettyRichGoon is about 12 minutes of sex, drugs, and money. Meechie Bravo is a far cry from the sounds rappers in New York have typically become famous for. PrettyRichGoon is seven strip club anthems reminiscent of Miami, Atlanta, and Houston.

Meechie Bravo has his sights set high. Acknowledging that he makes music that’s most popular with women, Meechie Bravo hopes to open for Megan Thee Stallion or City Girls someday.

Until then, potential fans have ample opportunities to get familiar with Meechie Bravo and his music.

https://linktr.ee/meechiebravo

Fat Eric delivers No Loiterin’

Undoubtedly, Covid-19 has stopped a lot of people’s bags, but Fat Eric is not one of them. Fat Eric is accustomed to hustling and his new single “No Loiterin’” is evidence.

Typically, an artist who would stand on his own, “No Loiterin’” is a bit a change for Fat Eric. “No Loiterin’” is a joint effort with Tae Moneybagz, that just kind of happened. Fat Eric intended to be the only artist on the song, but in a joint recording session, as Eric puts it, “Magic happened.”

“No Loiterin’” is undoubtedly a get money song. Reminiscent of the Atlanta-based rappers of the early 2000s, “No Loiterin’” is all about getting money and putting on for the city.

Fat Eric is a Washington D.C. native currently working tirelessly to become a household name. After gaining significant notoriety from his “Something 2 Prove” freestyle, he’s continuing those efforts with “No Loiterin’”.

Polo Baybee

Some artists have a sound that’s undeniable. The moment fans hear it, they know exactly who it is. Jackson, Mississippi artist, Polo Baybee is one of them.

Polo Baybee has been pursuing a music career for nearly a decade and in the last year, it seems to have been working in his favor. The rapper, singer, and dancer who started his career posting freestyles in YouTube at 13 years old seems to have found his niche making music that makes people dance.

Motivated by the naysayers, Polo Baybee built his career on confidence. It was his own self assurance and a little help from some twerk videos that lead to his last three videos going viral.

Though Polo Baybee is far from a newcomer to the music industry, it appears that his career is just beginning.

FlossMobChase is a Hot Boa

Sometimes rappers need to take a minute or two to remind the world that they’re a hot boy. That’s exactly what FlossMobChase’s “Hot Boa” does.

“Hot Boa” is just under two minutes of ChaseTheMoney production and FlossMobChase flow that nobody knew they needed. A subtle flex, FlossMobChase delivers lyrics about a floss mob lifestyle in near hushed tones.

The visual is simple. FlossMobChase with a Mercedes, a lot of money, and a pretty woman in a desert of sorts.

As Spring struggles to make an actual appears in Chicago, it’s nice to know FlossMobChase is acknowledging the change in seasons and starting to heat things up.

MT Motherlandboy

Music is a a universal language. It crosses cultures and continents, bridging gaps between the way no other from of communication can. And it’s not often that one artist creates music that merges cultures and languages from different hemispheres to bridge those gaps, but MT Motherlandboy does.

MT Motherlandboy is an Atlanta based rapper with roots in France and West Africa. The internationally raised artist was draws inspiration from a host of who’s who in hip hop including 2Pac, Jay-Z, I AM, and Lunatic. MT Motherlandboy has been perform since he was 12 and raps in French, his native language, and English.

In 2013, MT Motherlandboy founded a record label named Motherland Music and debuted his first mixtape: Coming to America. The following year, MT Motherlandboy delivered the tapes successor and in 2015 distributed in debut album The Ambassador’s Bridge under his Motherland Music imprint. Five years and three projects later MT Motherlandboy is solidifying himself as an international prodigy.

Paris born, Bamako raised and Atlanta adopted, MT Motherlandboy’s style encompasses an array of cultures and influences allowing him to reach fans some artists just cannot touch. His latest release ATL Adopted Me is available now.

Meet Stussy Yokai

Stussy Yokai is not the average artist. At 14 years old, Stussy Yokai started his music career as an artist and engineer in Savannah, GA.

Working both behind the board and the microphone, Stussy Yokai developed his own unique sound, networked, perfected his ear for music. Engineering provide the young artist with a way to spread both his name and talents throughout the industry.

Since then, Stussy Yokai has moved his talents to Atlanta, mixed and mastered more than 5000 songs, and started a record label that allows creatives to maintain full control of their own art. With creativity at the heart of what he does, Stussy Yokai prepares to release new music.

Nestled somewhere between “nothing you’ve ever heard before” and “you’ve gotta hear this” lies Stussy Yokai. Diverse subject matter, matched with colorful flows and one of a kind production make Stussy Yokai an artist the world needs to hear. With skills that allow him to keep his finger on the pulse of the music scene, Stussy Yokai is creating a wave all his own.

Be on the look out for Stussy Yokai’s new single “Energy Shield” slated to drop later this month. In the meantime check out his latest release:

https://fanlink.to/Somewherebeyondthesea

Smooth Kid Dino – Forgive Me

There’s something to be said about a person who wakes up from a coma and wants to make music. Whatever there is to be said, it must be said about Smooth Kid Dino. The Chicago based rapper is hoping fans will say that they feel him after hearing his new single “Forgive Me.”

“Forgive Me” is undoubtedly indicative of what Smooth Kid Dino describes as soulful hip hop. Despite music being Smooth Kid Dino’s escape from his own neighborhood, “Forgive Me” bound to resonate with anyone affiliated with street life.

After surviving what the Crane Cartel artist calls “life after death,” Smooth Kid Dino is using his music to paint pictures. Judging by “Forgive Me,” he’s successful.

Slitta Spreads His Wings with Broken Halo

Slitta gave artists 6 weeks of 2020 to put their projects out, before he stopped playing fair. Now, it’s too late. Slitta’s latest Broken Halo has arrived.

Broken Halo is 13 tracks hand chosen by Slitta himself to remind fans that despite the fact that loyalty is currently missing from the culture, it is still very much a necessity. Slitta wastes absolutely no time establishing the theme, Broken Halo opens with the AllDay produced bop “We Bout” featuring 057 Bully.

As Broken Halo progresses, Slitta narrates tales of love and loyalty in creative ways, the way only he could. “Been There” is a product of Slitta in its totality and its motivation at its finest. “Shooters” is an ode to the hitters and “La Familia” is about exactly what the title says.

Slitta put his own talents on front street, rapping, singing, and producing a number of the tracks on Broken Halo. Though he enlisted the help of 057 Bully and a number of producer, Slitta in his own words, “ain’t compromising shit.” The D1CMG powerhouse served as the executive producer for Broken Halo, ensuring fans would see his vision as he prepares for his next release, Trap Angel.

Slitta – Broken Halo

YDot GDot – No Promoters Freestyle

YDot GDot is more than an entertainer. Among the many hats he wears, including the infamous orange hat, he’s a businessman and his “No Promoters” freestyle serves as a quick reminder.

In the age of social media it’s easy to assume if it wasn’t posted it didn’t happen. YDot GDot took a few moments out of his busy schedule to let the world know he’s made good money and good investments and he only does business with real bosses on “No Promoters.”

“No Promoters” is short and sweet, lasting less than a minute. Apparently 52 seconds was all Chicago’s favorite needed to get his point across.

https://soundcloud.com/ydotgdot/no-promoters-freestyle