With over 50,000 plays on Soundcloud over the course of five months, Boston’s own Jefe Replay liberates us with the official video to his Obeatz-produced single, “Sips Tea.”
Watch the JMP Visuals-directed cut with appearances from Michael Christmas, Cousin Stizz, and more above.
Nay Speaks: “OverSpilt” – A Voice To Get Use To…
From the vibrant streets of Boston emerges an artist who’s making waves with her unique blend of lyrical artistry and a refreshing vibe. Nay Speaks the rising star on the music scene, dropped “OverSpilt” as part of her album, Nayborhood Healer, on July 7th, 2023. We first crossed paths with her on the heartfelt track “Everything is Beautiful,” featuring Yanna G, which graced our ears in 2021 and left an indelible mark.
Listening to “OverSpilt,” it’s evident that Nay Speaks possesses a talent that’s both undeniable and unique. Her music carries shades of Noname‘s introspective lyricism and Tierra Whack’s experimental flair, making her a compelling artist to watch.
What sets Nay Speaks apart is her authenticity and her ability to capture the essence of her surroundings. She’s a storyteller, and her narratives are rooted in the experiences of everyday people. She effortlessly blends her personal journey with societal commentary, creating a poignant tapestry of emotions in her music.
In a music landscape that often leans towards the predictable and formulaic, Nay Speaks is a breath of fresh air. Her natural aesthetic and playful approach to her craft give her work a sense of spontaneity and authenticity that’s often missing in mainstream music. She kicks off “OverSpilt” with the cheeky line, “Sim simma, who got da keys to the Benz and the bimma,” setting the tone for a track that’s both fun and thought-provoking.
Nay Speaks is more than just an artist; she’s a cultural force. A poet at heart, her words flow like a river, weaving tales that resonate deeply. Her willingness to be vulnerable through her art is a testament to her commitment to her craft and her audience. Her motto, “Words Speak Life,” beautifully embodies her dedication to the transformative power of language.
As we move forward, it’s clear that Nay Speaks is destined for greatness. Her ability to bridge the gap between entertainment and introspection is a rare find, and it’s one that we should all celebrate. Nay $peaks is not just a rising star; she’s a necessary voice for our culture, and we eagerly anticipate her journey to even greater heights in the music industry.
Lola Brooke Teams Up with Bryson Tiller on “You”
Earlier this week, Lola Brooke teased fans with news about her upcoming collaboration with Bryson Tiller, titled “You.” She took to Instagram to share a sneak peek of Tiller’s verse and asked her followers when they thought she should drop the track.
Now, the eagerly anticipated single and its official video are finally here. What’s more, it features a sample from Foxy Brown’s 1996 hit “Gotta Get You Home,” featuring Blackstreet, adding a nostalgic twist to the track.
Lola Brooke made a significant move earlier this year by signing with Arista Records. Her breakthrough came last year with the viral success of her 2021 single “Don’t Play With It,” a collaboration with Billy B. She continued her winning streak by releasing a remix of the same track in the spring, featuring Latto and Yung Miami. Spring also saw the release of more singles from Lola, including “So Disrespectful” and “Just Relax.”
Don’t miss out on Lola Brooke’s latest collaboration with Bryson Tiller; give it a listen/watch above.
Bryson showed me mad love …my team work so hard to make sure everything I needed or wanted was done for this record …. I’m so blessed and im so grateful right now I wanna cry 😩— Lola Brooke (@lolabrooke718) September 22, 2023
Drake Releases New Single ‘Slime You Out’ with SZA
With just one week left until the release of Drake‘s highly-anticipated album, ‘For All The Dogs,’ the Toronto native pleasantly surprises his fans by dropping a new single titled ‘Slime You Out,’ featuring SZA.
In 2020, Drake made a revealing reference on “Mr. Right Now,” sharing that he “used to date SZA back in ’08,” a statement that raised some eyebrows due to the timing. However, SZA later clarified on her Twitter that their involvement actually took place in 2009, emphasizing that it was completely innocent and far in the past.
The album’s artwork features Halle Berry getting slimed at the 2012 Kid’s Choice Awards, a fitting choice considering Drake’s lyrics in the song, where he mentions “I’m slimin’ you for them kid choices you made.”
“Slime You Out” is a collaborative effort produced by Bnyx, Noah “40” Shebib, Dalton Tennant, and Noel Cadastre. Drake has previously worked with Bnyx and, as is customary, Noah “40” Shebib on “Search & Rescue.”
You can listen to “Slime You Out” by streaming it above.
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