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Off his new Lost in Paradise EP, Detroit-native B Free links with New York’s Diggy Simmons, the two were introduced by Big Sean’s best friend Earlly Mac, and decided to get on a song together. For your listening pleasure, they present, “All Mine”.
Both artists recorded the single together in Los Angeles, CA. For the video, Diggy flew out to Detroit, where they shot the video, and he helped with the radio promo of the single “All Mine”. The single was produced by PGF and the video was directed by Nick Margetic. According to B Free,
“Sometimes collaborations can feel awkward or forced, but with Diggy it was natural from the second I landed.”
Watch “All Mine” now.
“Young Nigga” is becoming an anthem in Miami.
Jumpmann B’s flow puts listeners in mind of other Miami rappers like Kodak Black. The song was produced by Keith Beats. The track and video infectious, with B’s melodic flow.
“When I made Young Nigga all I could really think about is how I’m living my life. I was mainly inspired by how much my hood, family, and my niggas show love.”
Born Jeffrey Morey Jones, raised in the city of Miami Gardens, Florida. A lover of basketball, Jeffrey developed his jump shot, and the nickname “Jumping Bean” evolved into his rap name Jumpmann B. Jumpmann appeared on Kodak Black’s project ‘Vulture Cry’ showcasing his raw talent of quick lyrical technique, merged with his south Florida sound.
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To mark the 9 year anniversary of his passing, Avrex features the Gangstarr Foundation original members Guru and Big Shug on a classic redux. The VA [via MA] artist also enlists contributions from his cousin Krumbsnatcha for this tribute to the late great Keith Elam. This video shows unreleased family photos never seen before by the public until now. Avrex lays the entire tracklist from the immortal Gangstarr album “Moment of Truth” in his verse, making this is a clever, witty way to pay homage to the legendary group Gangstarr. The intro opens with a shoutout from Guru’s nephew Justin Ruffin Elam. “Season’s Change” will be featured on Avrex upcoming album “Growth” set for release this spring. NOTE: All proceeds from this song will go to Guru’s son, K.C. Elam. Support exclusively via