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MASS. Mondays: Ricky France, $hay Band$ & 8 Zipp, Dutchy Do Bad, Eddy Norf & Clark D

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MASS. Mondays: Ricky France, $hay Band$ & 8 Zipp, Dutchy Do Bad, Eddy Norf & Clark D

Before your girl catches flight for a couple of weeks, I couldn’t leave without leaving y’all with a new MASS. Mondays. This week, we have some new faces: Eddy Norf and Clark D, while still celebrating the masses: Ricky France, $hay Band$, 8 Zipp and Dutchy Do Bad.

I’ve formatted this post differently so be sure to use your arrow keys or use your mouse to click on the next page to see each artist.

Oh, and don’t forget to get you some merch here.

For submissions, please send all inquiries to hello@miixtapechiick.com

Peace and love.

 

Ricky France – CODE

We haven’t seen Ricky France since the release of his single, “One Way Or Another” back in November. As we approach the end of April, France couldn’t let the month end without releasing a new visual.

Teaming up with Brillo and Vanni Allan Poe, who just released his single “Bachelor” last month, France drops his latest visual, “CODE.” Inspired by the 1995-film, New Jersey Drive, the Bonvida// Lyme Lyte TV-directed clip finds Ricky playing Midget and Vanni channeling Jason.

If you haven’t seen the film, you can get an idea of what happens by watching “Code” above.

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Black man arrested by Boston Police during stroke to receive $1.3 million

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Al Copeland, a Black man who was arrested while suffering from a stroke in his vehicle was awarded a $1.3 million settlement after being wrongfully accused of being drunk, back in 2019.

According to records, Copeland was driving on Mass Ave and began to feel nauseous. He decided to park at the Berklee School of Music, where he sat in his vehicle unconscious for almost two hours. Two Boston police officers found Copeland and arrested him, claiming the now 62-year-old smelled like alcohol.

However, what officers did not know was that Copeland had been practicing sobriety for 20 years and was actually suffering a stroke. When he was taken to the police station, Copeland reportedly struggled to stand and subsequently ended up falling and hitting his head before throwing up. Copeland was taken to Tufts Medical Center where medical professionals also thought he was drunk.

After several hours in the emergency room, doctors determined Copeland was suffering from a stroke which ruled out the cops’ accusations of the 62-year-old being drunk. The stroke resulted in Copeland behind hospitalized for weeks which was followed by him being unable to complete certain daily tasks and ultimately resulted in him having to resign from his job at the MBTA.

The City of Boston launched an internal investigation after being contacted by Copeland’s lawyer, George Leontire. However, the officers weren’t cited for treating Al like he was drunk, but for being negligent in their lack of response when he hit his head on the cell wall.

Copeland received a $1.3 million settlement, but neither the officers nor the City of Boston has been charged in the incident; they quietly dealt with it and dismiss the event.

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Album Stream: Cincinnati Rose – ‘BISMILLAH’

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In celebration of his daughter’s birthday (July 26), Cincinnati Rose released his debut album, “BISMILLAH,” a term defined as “the Mohammedan way of saying grace” or “a phrase to mention Allah before beginning any action or speech.”

Supported by the previously released single “Mourn for Me,” BISMILLAH, executive produced by Rose’s daughter, Skylar Robin Roscoe, features 11 tracks with contributions from Mike Hiatus, Keem Leamour, Trevor Holmes, Lvcey, and Mizzo with production handled by a$tod, BamBamBeats, Fade Majah, OthelloBeats and XavianBeats.

BISMILLAH serves as a follow-up to Cincinnati Rose’s 2020-project, 4,5,6….EM!!, executive produced by OG.Domo. The project was backed by the records “Sleazy Thoughts” and “G-Code.”

Stream BISMILLAH below.

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MASS MONDAYS: $hayBand$, Kam’Geez, Messy Money Sav, Mulah Mitch, Greenup Yae, Reem Skully

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MASS MONDAYS: $hayBand$, Kam'Geez, Messy Money Sav, Mulah Mitch, Greenup Yae, Reem Skully

It’s been a crazy two months, but a blessed two months. Lots of new music and as the summer continues, everyone is either preparing for numerous concerts and showcases or living their best lives. As for me on the other hand, I’m tired. I do not have Megan Thee Stallion knees and outside is expensive. Nonetheless, it’s a summer.

For MASS. Monday, we have Shooterz Muzik’s first lady $hayBand$ debut EP The Diamond Child and new visuals from Mulah Mitch, Kam’Geez, Messy Money Sav and Greenup Yae. Check it out below.

$hayBand$ – “The Diamond Child”

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It’s exciting that $hayBand$ has dropped her debut EP, The Diamond Child. Though $hayBand$ has been known to provide a balance of bars that you can blast on your way to your corporate job, this time around she brings melodies you can listen to when you’re in your feelings or are ready to get in your bag. The 7-track EP features the previously released track “Distant,” and the fan-favorites (at least my favorites), “Wish Me Well” and “Change on Me.”

Stream below.


Kam’Geez – “Racks Coming In”

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After dropping the record in May, Kam’Geez returns with the official video to the HoldUpJay-produced single, “Racks Coming In.”

Directed by M9 Arnold, the High-End Hustler gives us words of motivation while giving us tips on how to live the hustler lifestyle. The question is, can you keep up?


Messy Money Sav – “On A Crumb”

 

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Believe it or not, it’s been six months since Messy Money Sav dropped “Party.” The Rebel Mafia Global artist returns to heat the streets up with her latest effort, “On A Crumb.” Sav has always meant what she says on these records and has never been scared to call a fuck nigga.

Watch below.


Greenup Yae – “Top Floor”

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Though he’s relocated to Atlanta, Brockton will forever run through Greenup Yae‘s veins. Recently dropping his single “Top Floor,” the record, engineered by Tugga of Patchwerk Studios, is definitely a motivational banga. Greenup Yae certainly shows versatility in his flow and definitely got shmoney to be taking flights overseas, have a jeweler on speed dial all while living on the top floor ’cause I certainly can’t relate.

Check out the official video directed by Damien Aku and Luka NV below.

 


Mulah Mitch- Reloaded

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It’s Mulah Mitch, man. if you don’t fuck wit me, you’s a bitch, man.

One of my favorite records out right now. Mulah Mitch has never failed to deliver something heavy on a track. Though the record dropped last month, it’s one of the records that you can ride around to all year and it’ll never get old. It got one of those classic feels.

Watch below.


Reem Skully – “Get Away” (ft. BoriRock & Dun Dealy)

 

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A collaboration that makes sense. Reem Skully teams up with BoriRock & Dun Dealy over the Humbeats-produced track, “Get Away.” Serving as a follow-up to his remix over Cam’Ron‘s “Losin’ Weight & Glory,” the record is only a teaser on what we can expect on Reem Skully’s forthcoming 20-track project, PANDEMIC! The Mixtape.

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