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Latto Releases New Song ‘P*SSY’

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Shortly after the BET Awards, Latto previewed a new song on TikTok which served as a response to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and restrict reproductive rights.

Serving as her first single since the release of her sophomore album, 777, Latto samples Betty Wright’s classic record ‘Girls Can’t Do What the Guys Do‘ and shares a piece of mind not only with the Supreme Court but with men who think they have the choice to rule over a woman’s body.

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Dutch ReBelle Channels Her Inner Zen with “Namaste”

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After ending her hiatus with the Humbeats-produced track “Danger,” Dutch ReBelle embraces her inner zen on her latest release, “Namaste.” Produced by Grammy-nominated Clark D, “Namaste” reflects Dutch ReBelle’s dedication to maintaining her peace and authenticity, refusing to compromise her identity for mainstream success.

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Tdai Honcho Kicks Off the Summer with “Play Ball”

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After collaborating alongside Gudda Rock on “Back at It,” Boston rapper Tdai Honcho is kicking off the summer with his drill-inspired track, “Play Ball.” Clocking in at just over two minutes, this hard-hitting record serves as a warning to his opps, reminding them them that he’s never been one to duck rec.

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Yaya Gabbana Grabs Fuego Base for “Wettest in the City Remix”

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Following the release of her highly anticipated single “Wettest in the City” on streaming services in February, Yaya Gabbana is back with the official remix of the fan-favorite track, now featuring a verse from Fuego Base.

Produced by RoyMadeIt, Yaya Gabbana matches the energy of the record with her confidence, proving why she remains unstoppable with her commanding presence and sharp lyricism.

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