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Young M.A. Covers The FADER + ‘The Sex Issue’ Freestyle

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24-year-old Brooklyn rapper Young M.A. is the latest artist to cover The FADER, but not just any issue, it’s The Sex Issue.

Young M.A. is rather open about her sexual encounters; especially in her smash single, “Ooouuu” where she spits, “Baby gave me head, that’s a low blow,/And she make me weak when she deep throat” and let’s not forget the infamous bar, “You call her Stephanie? I call her Headphanie.” Though these lines are what got her big break, her former management didn’t want the rapper to be openly gay in her lyrics. In her cover story, she explains:

“They didn’t really want me to talk about just being gay, so I would talk about liking girls and guys. I wasn’t feeling that… they was trying to basically put me in a box.”

Luckily, Young M.A. was able to be blessed with her current manager — a friend of her aunt’s — who she felt that she could be herself around.

Set to grace the cover of The FADER‘s upcoming sex issue, Brooklyn’s own Young M.A. laces the magazine publication with a quick freestyle where she opens up about her sexual encounters.

Read the full story over at The FADER and be sure to check your newsstands March 7th for a physical copy.

In celebration of her cover, Young M.A. laced The Fader up with a freestyle.

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Billy Bando Releases Misunderstood Freestyle

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Billy Bando has been on a roll lately, releasing a series of visuals including “Cold Hearted,” “Same Suits Pt 2,” and “Do The Most.” Showing no signs of slowing down, the Boston native continues his streak with his latest effort, “Misunderstood Freestyle.”

Shot by Billy Bando, the Dorchester native delivers over two minutes of raw, heartfelt bars about the trials and tribulations he endured while incarcerated and the rollercoaster of life.

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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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