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7981 Kal Releases Brand New Mixtape ‘1122’

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7981 Kal Releases Brand New Mixtape '1122'

July 21st signifies a significant turning point for 7981 Kal, a prominent member of HSM, as it marks 1122 days since his incarceration.

Alongside fellow HSM rappers G Fredo and Hamma Thang, Kal was among the 31 individuals arrested on June 22, 2020, in connection with the alleged street gang, NOB (Norton, Olney, and Barry streets in Dorchester, MA). The group faced charges ranging from racketeering conspiracy (RICO) to drug trafficking and firearms offenses. Subsequently, after a lengthy legal battle, all three artists were convicted on RICO conspiracy, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, and possession with intent to distribute controlled substances. Kal received a sentence of 110 months (9 years) in prison, while G Fredo and Hamma Thang were sentenced to 108 and 114 months, respectively.

As fans eagerly await 7981 Kal’s release from prison, the rapper has decided to hold them over with the release of his highly anticipated mixtape, 1122. The project consists of 13 tracks, paying tribute to the exact number of days he has spent behind bars since his arrest. Featuring collaborations with Dee Gomes, OT7Quanny, Lil Kee, BTL Dre, and DTheFlyest, the mixtape showcases that even though he’s behind bars, Kal’s hunger has never left.

“1122 Days Since I Been In This Situation, It Aint Shit Though,” Kal wrote in an Instagram caption to fans. “Thank Yall For Sticking With Me Through It All 😈 “

Before his arrest, 7981 Kal was a rising star in the hip-hop scene, with a growing fan base and considerable potential in the music industry. His distinctive style and captivating storytelling ability set him apart from his peers, earning him recognition and respect among his fellow artists and fans alike.

As 7981 Kal reaches 1122 days in prison, his passion for music remains unwavering, evident in the release of his highly anticipated mixtape, 1122. Despite the challenges of incarceration, Kal’s talent and resilience shine through, leaving a lasting impact. As fans eagerly await his eventual release, 1122 serves as both a testament to his artistry and a symbol of hope for the future, fueling the belief that Kal’s return to the music scene will be nothing short of triumphant.

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Trottie Moula Sentenced to 78 Months for Firearm Possession as a Felon

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Trottie Gang's Trottie Moula Sentenced to 78 Months for Firearm Possession as a Felon

In 2021, Trottie Gang members Trottie Moula (Trevon Bell) and Trottie Y Gizzle (Jaquori Lyons) were arrested during a sweep conducted by the Boston Police Department’s Youth Violence Strike Force, BPD SWAT, and City Wide Drug Unit on Wednesday, February 17.

Lyons was apprehended in Dorchester on an outstanding warrant and charged with unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of ammunition, and carrying a loaded firearm. He was later released. Bell faced three counts of unlawful possession of a firearm and two counts of unlawful possession of ammunition. He remained in custody until his release with a monitoring bracelet.

In November 2023, Trottie Moula pleaded guilty to illegally possessing a firearm, which was seen on Snapchat. He was indicted on three separate cases of unlawful possession of firearms and ammunition in state court. During his home detention with a GPS bracelet, investigators discovered that Bell had posted several videos of himself with firearms on Snapchat, including a video from November 24, 2021, showing him with a black semi-automatic Glock 9mm. Bell pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of a gun and was sentenced by Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV to 78 months in prison and three years of supervised release, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.

Trottie Moula is also facing RICO charges along with Trottie Y Gizzle, Ricky Mazarati (Rickquille McKinney), BDE Keko (Keonte Campbell), and 36 others. Named in a federal indictment in Boston on Wed., February 14, 2024, these charges result from a two-year investigation into gang violence. Over 40 individuals associated with the Heath Street Gang face charges ranging from racketeering conspiracy to drug trafficking, firearms offenses, wire fraud, and various financial frauds, including COVID-related fraud.

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G Fredo Releases ‘Karma 2’

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As we anticipate G Fredo‘s return, the Boston artist returns with his highly awaited project, Karma 2.

Following the success of his 2020 release, this sequel features 16 tracks with contributions from J Money, 7981 Kal, Illy Dee, Ek39, and more.

In an Instagram post, G Fredo expressed gratitude to his dedicated supporters, acknowledging their unwavering love and the pivotal role they play in his journey. Despite life’s inevitable challenges, he remains resolute, noting that adversity often paves the way for growth.

“First & foremost I wanna thank all my supporters for your unwavering love.. without y’all none of this would be possible,” G Fredo wrote in an Instagram caption. “I know things aren’t how they’re supposed to be, but sometimes in life we go through trials and tribulations to get where we’re heading.”

He concludes with a steadfast declaration: “When the smoke clears & the dust settles you’ll see I did everything I said I would do & stood on it firm.”

Stream Karma 2 below.

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Joyner Lucas Finally Releases New Album ‘Not Now I’m Busy’

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After dropping “Best for Me” alongside Jelly Roll earlier this week, Joyner Lucas makes a triumphant return with his highly anticipated sophomore album, “Not Now I’m Busy.”

Serving as a successor to his acclaimed 2020 debut, ADHD, the Massachusetts native enlists contributions from Twista, NBA YoungBoy, Logic, Conway The Machine, the late legend DMX, and more across the 17-track effort. Anchored by the previously released singles “Seventeen” and “Sticks & Stones,” you can stream the project below.

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