Hip Hop Music Trends happening in February 2021

Hip Hop music has always told stories of our culture. If you listen carefully, you can understand what’s happening on the streets. HipHop is pure, unbridled, and raw; we count on that from our musical talent, and they are working harder than ever to bring it to us.

From house arrest to $300 monthly checks, everyones been in lockdown for way longer than we ever imagined and as a result hate a frustration has grown strong. Artists are all over this struggle with bars calling for evolution, common ground and how unity will be the only way forward. 카지노사이트

Poor N’ Reign by Popichil`O

Female sexuality:
Parental-advisory-warning-required when it comes to female sexuality. As Valentine’s day typically brings love songs, females in HipHop are producing against the usual grain with a harder play on sexually explicit lyrics and concepts. These ladies are not holding back. Listeners beware:

Note: This is not just for the girls as top male rappers are hot on the topic with songs like: Opp Stoppa (feat. 21 Savage) by YBN Nahmir, 21 Savage

Bars from the North
Canada has been releasing songs at record pace with a smoother sound and catchy melody. Urgent Messages by 88GLAM, 6ixbuzz is a good example of the vibe in Canada right now. Fly Away by Toronto rapper 3MFrench.

Rappers like 3MFrench have had a crazy year in 2020— between managing his own label (Tripl3 M) and dropping collab after collab, it’s easy to see how the Scarborough native is veritably blowing up after years of being on the scene. 안전한카지노사이트

The bubbling rapper Pooh is building a major buzz off his single “Back in Blood” featuring Lil Durk, (17 million streams) which entered the Billboard Hot 100 chart at №93 in mid-January.

This single just came out this month and is already gaining traction for a new comer. It’s a good time to watch another duo stream up from a solid collab :

My Struggles by Just John, BLACK ALLIANCE

Cultural Beats:
Crafty beat makers understand that flavor is a great way to get grab listeners. I’m hearing infusions of different cultural backgrounds ranging from Salsa to Afrobeats.

I’m A King (with Megan Thee Stallion) by Bobby Sessions, Megan Thee Stallion 카지노사이트 추천

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