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In the music business, Lil Mabu is a rising star. He is renowned for his distinct sound, which combines elements of hip-hop and trap with a cheerful, carefree vibe. His unique style and inventive production methods have garnered him a lot of appreciation for his songs. His ardent admirers, who value his novel approach to …

Before he could even create raps, that Mexican OT (Outta Texas) was mumbling them. He recalled his mother telling him, “Fuck that school—my son is going to be a rapper,” after he failed some of his elementary school subjects. His father would often wake him up in the middle of the night to confront (and …

Trinidad James, an Atlanta native, rose to fame during his rookie season by combining elements of Lil B’s free-spirited and alternative-sounding music with Wiz Khalifa’s hedonistic lyrics and fluid flow. Raised in Atlanta, he was born Nicholas Williams in Trinidad & Tobago and became Trinidad James at the age of 24 while working as the …

Sauce Walka is an American rapper and the founder of the independent record label ‘The Sauce Factory’ (TSF), which he established in 2014. Throughout his career, Walka has collaborated with several notable hip-hop artists, including A$AP Rocky, Chief Keef, Lil’ Keke, Migos, Travis Scott, and XXXTentacion.

American hip-hop artist who gained recognition with his 2019 mixtape “Never Had Shit.” In 2021, he joined Gucci Mane’s 1017 Records label. That same year, he collaborated with Gucci Mane on the popular track “My Lil Dance.”

Rapper, singer, and songwriter who gained recognition for tracks like “Yellow” and “D.A Truthe ‘Gucci Flow’.” His rise to prominence was marked by tragedy when his grandparents, Leila and Tony Lewis, passed away on February 17, 2021.

In keeping with the great southern Rap heritage, CyHi the Prynce is a brilliant storyteller who first gained notoriety in 2010 after signing with Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music imprint. CyHi, who was raised by strict baptist parents and was raised in a small Georgian town south of Atlanta, was forbidden from listening to hip-hop as …

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