Happy second Monday of 2022. I always say the first week of the New Year is a trial run and it’s really the second week where the grind starts. However, many artists have already begun marking their territory to kick off the first quarter.
FEED THE FAMILY dropped their first compilation project, while 8 Zipp, B Blazo and Trottie Y Gizzle make their respective returns. We love to see it!
Check out the first round of #MASSMONDAYS 2022 below.
8 Zipp – Blocked Call
If you know me personally, you know I’ve been waiting for new content from 8 Zipp for the longest and we finally got it. Being quiet for a little over a year, the rapper returns with his latest offering, “Blocked Call,” courtesy of JetpackTV.
FEED THE FAMILY – ‘CONVERSATIONS WITH THE PLUG’
Hooterville’s BoriRock, DunDealy, Shaykh Hanif and TOP HOOTER come together to deliver the 11-track effort, with production handled by Tremendiss. To set things off, the Hooterville conglomerate unleashes the official video to their record, ‘CONVERSATIONS WITH THE PLUG.’
I literally expected nothing less of amazing when I saw the cover art to FEED THE FAMILY. I have been under a rock the last few months so I didn’t see this project coming, but I’m glad it caught me by surprise. Stream the project here.
B Blazo – “Down Bad”
B Blazo is someone I’d like to hear more from in 2022. He released a few visuals in 2021 like “Kurt Cobain” and “Myself/Hate Love,” but it’d be dope to get a full project. In the meantime, he returns with his latest offering “Down Bad,” where he’s transparent about where’s his head been lately.
Trottie Y Gizzle Ft. TG Crippy – Jump Out Gang
Trottie Y Gizzle returns like he never left with his latest track, “Jump Out Gang.” Flipping Flo Rida‘s “Good Feeling” onto a drill beat with the help of TG Crippy, Y Gizzle is here to remind you that ain’t shit change – he still wants ALL the smoke and he’s tired of y’all 😂.
Nancia’s Queenality: An Ode To Female Empowerment Through Musical Fusion
Nancia, a distinguished R&B songstress hailing from the vibrant city of Boston, has once again graced the music scene with her third studio album, “Queenality.” The accolades that precede her, including singing the National Anthem for major baseball teams like the Boston Red Sox and San Francisco Giants, highlight the tremendous respect she commands in the industry.
Nancia’s musical journey is punctuated by hits like “Get Low” and “Never Going Back,” which have become anthems for her devoted listeners. These tracks showcase her versatile musical creativity, offering a rich blend of sultry vocals. Gracing the music scene with her third studio album,”Queenality” emerges as a celebration of feminine strength, confidence, and allure. The album takes a bold stance in promoting the idea of women embracing their queen personalities, exuding confidence, and reveling in their sexiness. In her commitment to empowering women through music, Nancia brings together a stellar lineup of collaborators, including StarGyal Trippy, ExitFame, Yaya Gabbana, and Ariella Royale.
In this regal musical journey, “Queenality” skillfully weaves together the harmonious threads of R&B, Hip-Hop, and Latin sound, creating a fusion that mirrors the diverse facets of Nancia’s artistic expression. The album stands as a testament to her ability to navigate various genres seamlessly, delivering a sound that is both contemporary and timeless.
Collaborating with a cadre of talented artists, Nancia ensures that “Queenality” is not just an album but a collective expression of female strength and solidarity. Each track is an anthem, resonating with themes of confidence, sensuality, and unapologetic self-love. StarGyal Trippy, ExitFame, Yaya Gannana, and Ariella Royale add their unique voices to this empowering narrative, enriching the album with diverse perspectives and styles.
The infusion of Latin vibes adds an infectious rhythm to the mix, elevating the listening experience and inviting audiences to sink themselves in the vibrant world of “Queenality.” Nancia’s commitment to showcasing the multifaceted nature of femininity, from strength to sensuality, is reflected in the diverse range of sounds and emotions encapsulated within each track.
As “Queenality” takes its place in the musical landscape, Nancia invites listeners to join her on a journey of self-discovery, confidence, and unrestricted joy. This album not only cements Nancia’s position as a musical queen but also stands as a rallying cry for women everywhere to embrace their own queen personalities and revel in the richness of their individuality.
Wave Capone Returns With New Video ‘Gangsta’
Wave Capone stands out as one of Boston’s most versatile musical talents, effortlessly navigating between the realms of drill beats and conventional instrumentals. Regardless of the sonic landscape, Wave’s bars remain an anchor, providing listeners with authenticity and a relatable experience, which is notable in his latest effort, “Gangsta.”
The record is a a follow-up to his May’s release “MJB.”
Annike Releases New Visual ‘Onto U’
It’s been two years since we first encountered the enchanting Annike through her BTL Flee-assisted single, “See Me.” After a hiatus, the songstress is back, unveiling the official video for her latest masterpiece, “Onto U.” Under the direction of Santos Visions and Annike, the visual transports us to the early 2000s, where Annike lets her feelings be known to a man that has caught her attention. The video is a nostalgic blend of 2000s fashion, choreography, and more.
“My baby is finally out for everyone to hear,” she wrote in an Instagram caption upon the single’s October release. “Been 2 years since my last drop and it was a hell of a ride behind the scenes BUT some great music was made from it. excited to show y’all how much i’ve grown as an artist cause babyyyy this HEAT i got… u didn’t see coming.”
Watch Annike in ‘Onto U’ above.
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