Noa James, FrankieOG, & NugLife Presents “Highly Classified” EP

Noa James, FrankieOG & NugLife presents “Highly Classified” EP, a collaborative project immersed in street tales from rags to riches, displayed on a colorful palette of aquatic jazz & soul samples. Taking listeners on a trip into the world of the uprising musicians’ stories on their mission to the top, in an opposing environment & industry full of sharks, where one must move swiftly, and maintain a balance of love & light as the plot thickens.

Produced by NugLife, the entire instrumental selection gives listeners the essence of a tropical “007” or psychedelic “mafioso” movie score, accompanied with lyrics of life lessons from the OrcaMane (Noa James) & ruthless wordplay displayed by the unforgiving underdog FrankieOG.

This 4 song EP plays out to a total of  “11 minutes” packed with digital dope, track for track, bar for bar, showing the artistry in every detail & musical decision. Not to mention the illustrious album cover by NFT legend “A. Sims” who has paved his way stylistically since 2020 cover art releases with NugLife, such as “Long Flights”, “No New Friends” & “Good Pack”.

The project is now available on all platforms of your choice for download and streaming. Stay tuned with the artists as we proceed on our musical mission.

Source: UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

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Noa James, FrankieOG, & NugLife Presents “Highly Classified” EP

Noa James, FrankieOG & NugLife presents “Highly Classified” EP, a collaborative project immersed in street tales from rags to riches, displayed on a colorful palette of aquatic jazz & soul samples. Taking listeners on a trip into the world of the uprising musicians’ stories on their mission to the top, in an opposing environment & industry full of sharks, where one must move swiftly, and maintain a balance of love & light as the plot thickens.

Produced by NugLife, the entire instrumental selection gives listeners the essence of a tropical “007” or psychedelic “mafioso” movie score, accompanied with lyrics of life lessons from the OrcaMane (Noa James) & ruthless wordplay displayed by the unforgiving underdog FrankieOG.

This 4 song EP plays out to a total of  “11 minutes” packed with digital dope, track for track, bar for bar, showing the artistry in every detail & musical decision. Not to mention the illustrious album cover by NFT legend “A. Sims” who has paved his way stylistically since 2020 cover art releases with NugLife, such as “Long Flights”, “No New Friends” & “Good Pack”.

The project is now available on all platforms of your choice for download and streaming. Stay tuned with the artists as we proceed on our musical mission.

Source: UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

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DaniLeigh Hints That DaBaby Is the Father of Her Child

DaBaby may be da father.

After much speculation, DaniLeigh has seemingly revealed that DaBaby is the father of her child. The pregnant singer showed off her baby bump in a series of new photos, but it was the hashtag that raised eyebrows.

“#dabiggest,” she wrote along with a white heart emoji.

Fans were quick to notice that it was the same hashtag DaBaby used just days earlier while promoting his new video for “Giving What It’s Supposed to Give.” The troubled rapper has not addressed the speculation that he is the father.

Earlier this month, DaniLeigh announced that she was pregnant with her first child, sharing a slideshow of stunning photos from her maternity shoot.

The rapper, 29, and singer, 26, have been in an on-again, off-again relationship. The two first sparked romance rumors after they were seen spending time together during quarantine last year. In February, DaniLeigh declared that she was single.

DaniLeigh is excited to become a mom. She recently returned home to celebrate her baby shower with her family in the Dominican Republic. “First time my entire family got together like this , little blessing in there🤰🏽💕 thank you for the gifts , the advice , the love , and the support 💪🏽 love you all,” she wrote.

Source: Rap-Up.com

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DaniLeigh Hints That DaBaby Is the Father of Her Child

DaBaby may be da father.

After much speculation, DaniLeigh has seemingly revealed that DaBaby is the father of her child. The pregnant singer showed off her baby bump in a series of new photos, but it was the hashtag that raised eyebrows.

“#dabiggest,” she wrote along with a white heart emoji.

Fans were quick to notice that it was the same hashtag DaBaby used just days earlier while promoting his new video for “Giving What It’s Supposed to Give.” The troubled rapper has not addressed the speculation that he is the father.

Earlier this month, DaniLeigh announced that she was pregnant with her first child, sharing a slideshow of stunning photos from her maternity shoot.

The rapper, 29, and singer, 26, have been in an on-again, off-again relationship. The two first sparked romance rumors after they were seen spending time together during quarantine last year. In February, DaniLeigh declared that she was single.

DaniLeigh is excited to become a mom. She recently returned home to celebrate her baby shower with her family in the Dominican Republic. “First time my entire family got together like this , little blessing in there🤰🏽💕 thank you for the gifts , the advice , the love , and the support 💪🏽 love you all,” she wrote.

Source: Rap-Up.com

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Drezus & Dakota Bear Drop Official Video Premiere For “Circles”

Today, Indigenous Hip-Hop artists Drezus and Dakota Bear release a new collaborative single and official video, “Circles”. Both rappers are known for using music as a vehicle to amplify Indigenous voices and inspire action. With the history of colonization and oppression of Indigenous people, often historic stories go unheard. With the power of music and storytelling the duo carry the stories of their ancestors.

Source: UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

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Drezus & Dakota Bear Drop Official Video Premiere For “Circles”

Today, Indigenous Hip-Hop artists Drezus and Dakota Bear release a new collaborative single and official video, “Circles”. Both rappers are known for using music as a vehicle to amplify Indigenous voices and inspire action. With the history of colonization and oppression of Indigenous people, often historic stories go unheard. With the power of music and storytelling the duo carry the stories of their ancestors.

Source: UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

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Element57 – Self-Titled (EP)

J57 & DJ Element come together for an eponymous debut EP as the newly formed MC/producer duo Element57.

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Element57 – Self-Titled (EP)

J57 & DJ Element come together for an eponymous debut EP as the newly formed MC/producer duo Element57.

Source: UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

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Choirboy Dank – “Hood Angel Baby” (AMV)

Choirboy Dank drops off an AMV for his latest single “Hood Angel Baby”.

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Choirboy Dank – “Hood Angel Baby” (AMV)

Choirboy Dank drops off an AMV for his latest single “Hood Angel Baby”.

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