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MASS. Mondays: Kam’Geez, Trottie Moula, Rosewood Bape, 8 Zipp

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A new month and the universe decided to cut up with some snow, but living in New England, this is to be expected. This week’s MASS. Mondays, we have new music from Kam’Geez, Trottie Moula, Rosewood Bape, and 8 Zipp.

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Kam’Geez – ‘Pain’ Freestyle

Kam’Geez never fails to deliver when he dropped. Freestyling over Tupac “Pain” sample reimagined by Foreign Vu, it’s a different type of cloth talk Kam’Geez spits over this instrumental. Still reppin’ GYB, it’s evident that even when he’s quiet, he lives up to his crew’s name – surrounded by nothing but luxury. “That drug talk, that fly talk, yeah that’s my talk/ you ain’t made for them streets, boy, stay up on them sidewalks/my bitch in Chanel, ’cause she don’t like no Primark/ I’m the topic of discussion for rumors and side talk,” he spits.

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Trottie Moula – ‘Big G34’ ft.  Trottie Drilla, BDE Keko & Trottie Y Gizzle 

After giving us “Dying 4 Clout’ a couple of months back, Trottie Moula returns with his brand new record, ‘Big G34.’ Teaming up with BDE Keko and label mate Trottie Y Gizzle, Trottie Moula is never scared to go to war for his and is all about that action if you come at him funny. Backed by BDE Keko and Trottie Y Gizzle, it’s evident what type of time they’re on with their G34.

#FreeSmokeForAnyNiggaThatWantiT

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Rosewood Bape – ‘Rude’

Dropping “Not My Fault” back in October, Rosewood Bape teams up with TANJ again for the official video of his latest single, “Rude.” Marking his first visual for 2021, it just makes you wish that summer was right around a corner, but we sadly have a long way to go. Surrounded by beautiful women and pushing a luxury whip, Bape doesn’t wanna be rude, but you just have to respect that a playa’s gotta do what a playa’s gotta do.

8 Zipp – ‘Don’t Go’ ft. Boston Royale 

Just in time for Valentine’s Day weekend, 8 Zipp gives us a record for the ladies. Acknowledging her loyalty, 8 Zipp regrets leaving when he did and is doing his best to get his real love back. With assistance from Boston Royale, the record/visual is less than two minutes in running time, but that’s okay cause 8 Zipp says all that he had to say to make it up to shorty.

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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.”

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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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Trottie Y Gizzle, Trottie Moula, Ricky Mazarati and More Named In New RICO Indictment

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Boston-based rappers Trottie Y Gizzle, born Jaquori Lyons; Trottie Moula, born Trevon Bell; Ricky Mazarati, born Rickquille McKinney; and 37 others found themselves at the center of a federal indictment in Boston on Wednesday, Feb. 14. The charges stem from a two-year investigation into gang violence, resulting in over 40 individuals associated with the Heath Street Gang facing charges ranging from racketeering conspiracy to drug trafficking, firearms offenses, wire fraud, and various financial frauds, including COVID-related fraud.

The indictment, released by the U.S. Department of Justice, reveals that the Heath Street Gang members and associates are implicated in a series of murders, attempted murders, and shootings, primarily targeting rival gangs such as the Mission Hill Gang and the H-Block Gang in Boston.

Furthermore, the accused are alleged to have used the Mildred C. Hailey Apartments as a hub for drug trafficking activities, establishing extensive drug distribution networks across Massachusetts, Maine, and California over several years. The gang reportedly utilized social media platforms to facilitate the distribution of controlled substances, including fentanyl, fentanyl pills, cocaine, cocaine base, and marijuana, employing posts for advertising, negotiation, and arrangement of drug sales.

The financial aspect of the indictment includes accusations of engaging in organized retail theft, where members openly stole merchandise from various stores in Massachusetts and New Hampshire since 2019. Additionally, the Heath Street Gang is implicated in widespread fraud related to the CARES Act, including loan and unemployment fraud.

Acting Massachusetts U.S. Attorney Joshua S. Levy, in a press conference, highlighted the defendants’ boastful display of violence on social media, featuring images of high-powered weapons, gang signs, and taunts directed at rival gangs.

“They bragged about their violence on social media and in texts. As you can see from some of these photos, they carried high-powered weapons, they made gang signs, and mocked gang rivals.”


The charges, including RICO conspiracy, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, possession with intent to distribute controlled substances, felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition, possession of a firearm in furtherance of violent or drug trafficking crime, conspiracy to interfere with commerce by robbery (Hobbs Act conspiracy), and wire fraud, carry severe penalties. These penalties range from up to 20 years in prison for RICO conspiracy to mandatory consecutive sentences of five years in prison up to life for possession of a firearm in furtherance of violent or drug trafficking crime.

APPENDIX A

  1. Jaquori Lyons, a/k/a “Gizzle,” a/k/a “Y Gizzle,” 25, of Jamaica Plain, is charged with RICO conspiracy; 
  2. Joan Avalo-Quezada, a/k/a “Trouble,” 26, of Hyde Park, is charged with RICO conspiracy and conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute controlled substances;
  3. Trevon Bell, a/k/a “Moula,” 27, of Roslindale, is charged with RICO conspiracy;
  4. Keonte Campbell, a/k/a “Keko,” 28, of Hyde Park, is charged with RICO conspiracy;
  5. Amos Carrasquillo, a/k/a “Cruddy,” 35, of Mattapan, is charged with RICO conspiracy;
  6. Deshawn Cirino, a/k/a “D,” a/k/a “Lil D,” 26, of Boston, is charged with RICO conspiracy;
  7. Dominique Finch, a/k/a “Heff,” 34, of Boston, is charged with RICO conspiracy;
  8. Zion Ford, a/k/a “Bricks,” 24, of Hyde Park, is charged with RICO conspiracy;
  9. Tyrre Herring, a/k/a “Blick,” a/k/a “Smoov,” 26, of Billerica, is charged with RICO conspiracy;
  10. De’vonne Mcdonald-Jones, a/k/a “Daedae,” a/k/a “D Jones,” 27, of Roslindale, is charged with RICO conspiracy;
  11. Rickquille Mckinney, a/k/a “Ricky Mazarati,” a/k/a “Mozzy,” 30, of Arlington, is charged with RICO conspiracy;
  12. Amani Perkins, a/k/a “Chop,” a/k/a “Choppa,” 25, of Mattapan, is charged with RICO conspiracy;
  13. Michael Riley, a/k/a “Snyda,” a/k/a “Sneed,” 46, of Malden, is charged with RICO conspiracy;
  14. Keyon Roberson, a/k/a “Beano,” 23, of Dorchester, is charged with RICO conspiracy;
  15. Randy Diaz-Pizarro, 32, of Central Falls, R.I., is charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine and being a felon in possession of firearm and ammunition;
  16. Bryon Palmer, 36, of Charlestown, is charged with being a felon in possession of ammunition and possession with intent to distribute cocaine and fentanyl;
  17. Rolando Coxon, 31, of Hyde Park, is charged with two counts of distribution of fentanyl;
  18. Cerone Davis, 30, of Arlington, is charged with possession with intent to distribute controlled substances within 1,000 feet of a public housing facility;
  19. Donte Daily, 33, of Jamaica Plain, is charged with being a felon in possession of firearm and ammunition;
  20. Theodore Gamble-Williams, 39, of Jamaica Plain, is charged with possession with intent to distribute controlled substances;
  21. Jameel Gibbons, 39, of Roslindale, is charged with possession with intent to distribute controlled substances;
  22. Charles Bomman, 33, of Roxbury, is charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute controlled substances;
  23. Deondre Blanding, 27, of Roslindale, is charged with possession of firearm in furtherance of violent or drug trafficking crime;
  24. Gelson Rodrigues, 33, of Randolph, is charged with possession of firearm in furtherance of violent or drug trafficking crime;
  25. Riccara McKinney, 28, of Roxbury, is charged with conspiracy to interfere with commerce by robbery (Hobbs Act conspiracy) and wire fraud;
  26. Rachel McKinney, 32, of Arlington, is charged with conspiracy to interfere with commerce by robbery (Hobbs Act conspiracy) and wire fraud;
  27. Teshawnda Knight, 41, of Hyde Park, is charged with wire fraud;
  28. Antawn Davis, 39, of Boston, is charged with wire fraud;
  29. Taisha Garcia, 27, of Lynn, is charged with wire fraud;
  30. Dawan Searcy, 32, of Somerville, is charged with wire fraud;
  31. Nathan Bootman, 26, of Randolph, is charged with wire fraud;
  32. Jameela Gross, 27, of Jamaica Plain, is charged with wire fraud;
  33. Robert Platt, 44, of Brockton, is charged with wire fraud;
  34. Donovan Scarlett, 25, of West Roxbury, is charged with wire fraud;
  35. David Avalo, 28, of Hyde Park, is charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute controlled substances;
  36. Victor Pimentel, 27, of Brockton, is charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute controlled substances;
  37. Amanda LaPointe, 39, of Ripley, Maine, is charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute controlled substances;
  38. Krystin Mathewson, 38, of Enfield, Conn., is charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute controlled substances;
  39. Jacob Lyford, 32, of Milo, Maine, is charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute controlled substances;
  40. Michael St. Pierre, 54, of Dedham, Maine, is charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute controlled substances; and
  41. Kayla Tasker, 31, of Dexter, Maine, is charged with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute controlled substances.
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