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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.

Ty Dolla $ign’s ‘Beach House’ series started in 2012 and on October 27, the album ‘Beach House 3’ releases lead by “Love U Better” featuring The-Dream And Lil Wayne. The track picked up immediately, earning over 26 million Spotify streams, and over 7.8 million views for its accompanying video. With DJ Mustard and Twice as Nice on production, all three artists are trying to sweep a woman off of her feet, even if she has a boyfriend already.

G-Eazy recently announced that his third album ‘The Beautiful & Damned’ is dropping this fall, and in early September he gave fans a taste of the project with “No Limit.” The track features Cardi B and A$AP Rocky. So far, the song has peaked at No. 78 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and racked up over 13 million Spotify streams. With his album just around the corner and his new song gaining steam, G-Eazy linked up with Genius to explain the inspiration behind the single.

Back in July, singer-songwriter Marc E. Bassy shared “Plot Twist” as the lead single from his upcoming album ‘I’m Here. I’m Good. I’m In Exile,’ his first album on Republic Records. Since its release, “Plot Twist” has earned a robust 10 million Spotify streams and counting. The song, which features “iSpy” rapper KYLE, is all about the unexpected ways that a brief romance can turn into something more.

Tyga linked up with Ty Dolla $ign in early July for “Move To L.A.,” an A.E. and Bedrock-produced track that appears on Tyga’s recent mixtape #BitchImTheShit2. On the song, Tyga reimagines Ma$e and Total’s 1997 hit “What You Want,” borrowing lines and emulating Ma$e’s flow. “Move To L.A.” also takes pointers from Curtis Mayfield’s “Right On For the Darkness,” which is sampled on Ma$e’s track.

Bay Area MC Nef The Pharaoh wanted to honor the greats with his hit “Everything Big.” The track, produced by P-Lo, pays homage to New Orleans bounce and the lyrics reference Cash Money Records’ greats Birdman and Mannie Fresh. Peep it above.

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