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Compton rapper Roddy Ricch mixes a heavy Southern influence with West Coast street narratives. His breakthrough single “Die Young” is a tribute to the late XXXTentacion and features production from London On Da Track and Rex Kudo. It has racked up over 8 million YouTube views to date and describes Ricch’s fear of being gunned down at his young age!

One of Eric Bellinger’s most popular songs is “G.O.A.T.” from his 2016 mixtape ‘Eric B. for President: Term 1.’ The Los Angeles singer recently remixed the track with “Goat 2.0,” the Wale-assisted lead single from his most recent studio album ‘Eazy Call.’ It features the same production by Sleep Deez and Qorey as the original version, and has nearly 10 million Spotify streams to date.

The album’s seventh track “OSOM” (an acronym for “Outta Sight, Outta Mind”) includes a feature from J. Cole. Dave Free of “The Little Homies” and Jack Begert directed the cinematic music video, which now has over 11 million YouTube views. On the Pops and Crooklin co-produced track, Jay Rock raps about remaining calculated and focused throughout his journey to the top of the rap game despite life’s hardships.

KYLE is preparing for the release of his debut studio album ‘Light of Mine’ after experiencing breakout success in 2017 with the Lil Yachty collaboration “iSpy.” In anticipation, he shared the single “Playinwitme” featuring Kehlani and production from SuperDuperBrick, AyoAyo, and Jake Troth. The song has proven to be a fan favorite, earning nearly 54 million Spotify streams in less than two months.

Watts, Calif. rapper 03 Greedo has never been afraid to speak his mind, an attitude that’s plainly visible in his music. Produced by Ron Ron The Producer, 03 Greedo’s 2017 track “Rude” finds him happy to play the villain role in hip-hop.

O.T. Genasis continues to quietly pump out hits. After scoring big songs with “Coco” and “Cut It” over the past few years the Belize-born rapper has another buzzing track with “Everybody Mad.” He dropped the song back in October, and it has already earned 1.5 million Spotify streams and another 5 million views on YouTube.

Los Angeles duo THEY. dropped their album ‘Nü Religion: Hyena’ back in February, and it included the track “Dante’s Creek.” The chorus of the self-produced song features a sample of “I Don’t Want To Wait” by Paula Cole. The latter track is best remembered for being the theme song of the ‘90s teen classic ‘Dawson’s Creek,’ which THEY.’s song title references. It’s turned out to be one of the most popular songs of THEY.’s career, racking up over seven million Spotify streams since its release.

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