Weekly Music Round-Up

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Some Cool Sh*t

Half a decade after going their seperate ways, the coolest kids on the planet are back on their bullshit. Sir Michael rocks and Chuck Inglish, AKA The Cool Kids, recently announced a new comedy sketch series entitled Shit Show, created by Jimmy Regular. If the trailer is anything to go by, it’s about to be dumb lit.With their album Special Grandmaster Deluxe also on the way, Banco and Chuck seem to have found monentum again.

Fiji Fantana drops PERCOCETS

Following the hype over Fiji’s first mix, Ramen Noodle, on Monday he released his second mix titled PERCOCETS. He said that it would be heat, and it definitely is. While this mix begins with the same amount of energy as Ramen Noodle, it is noticeably different in the sound. It’s not as heavy in the trap music featured, and instead features the likes of The WeekndEli Sostre, and  6lack to name a few, showing the diversity in the music you can expect in Fiji Fantana’s future mixes. Stream it below:

New Thug Visual

Thugga skr’s his way into 2k17 with the Wycleaf Jean video directed by soon-to-be-in-demand Ryan Staake.

With solitary apprwance from trapstar himself, the video transitions brilliantly into Jeffrey’s head with extras being lead on a luxurious set filled with baby Jeeps and two (expletive) eating a weiner? A must watch.

Boogie & Dana Williams’ Sunroof

The Nigga Needs video did unexpectedly well. To try maintain the hype around the “Nike slipper wearing, sweatpant thugging” rapper, he’s just dropped a second video from Thirst 48 Part II. This time, it’s the visuals for the audio laced withh Dana Williams‘ sunny vocals. The music video itself is just as laid back as the song is and brings that summery feel through perfectly.

Pro Era meets A$AP Mob

The same Pro Era rapper/producer that people thought would end up becoming nothing more than a blog post about the forgotten few, is actually looking more and more promising by the day. After releasing his debut project Late Knight Special back in October in 2015Kirk Knight has been releasing tracks in a consistent streak – proving both his commitment and diversity as a producer and rapper. This week, he’s collaboration with fellow NYC spitter A$AP Ferg, in a track titled Setup, which shows this again. The track is vibrant, and as Ferg and Knight spew verses between each other, their energies become even greater.

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