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Cardiff rhymer Juice Menace has given the visual treatment to her latest single, ‘Pink Notes’. Juice is known for her versatility and this is evident on her new track where she switches things all the way up by playfully flowing over Takjacob’s vibrant house beat. In a similar fashion to the song, the Thelma Sibusisiwe-directed visuals are full of energy and creativity as Juice takes us on a lit night out. ‘Pink Notes’ is Juice’s first release of the year and acts as a taste of the vibes to expect from her for the rest of the year. [via GRM Daily]

Hip-Hop act Cakeswagg drops alluring visuals for ‘Big Plays,’ bringing the charm of the golden twenties to life with expansive themes and narratives tied together by her potent musicality. Led by her impactful yet laid-back verses backdropped by fast beats and groovy instrumentation, the track evokes an empowering message about feeling confident in your abilities and not letting yourself become smaller for the sake of others. The vivid visuals play off her bold rap to encapsulate moods of resilience and defiance with charm and suave style. Having established herself a groundbreaking figure in hip-hop, the Boston native who has made it a point to inspire and encourage young girls to dream big through her artistry, delivers ‘Big Plays,’ as a catchy tease ahead of her upcoming full-length project. [via Earmilk]

ENNY is back with a new single – this time the Emil-produced drop titled ‘No More Naija Men’. A smooth and slow offering, ENNY reflects on dating mishaps, relationship expectations and more on this track that captures the zeitgeist of the present day dating game. ENNY addresses individualism, gender roles and toxicity on this track and accurately depicts many of the emotional perils that come with pursuing romantic endeavours. In a playful video on social media, ENNY promoted the release and presented her fans with an infomercial that invited lovers scorned to visit her website to get revenge. ENNY wrote, “Protecting your rights against Nigerian Men. Have you recently had your heart broken by a man that promised you a future? Made love to you like you wanted to have kids? Did he introduce you to his friends and family as his “wife“? Did you find out he had fathered a child in the duration of your relationship and have three other girls “coming to you as woman“? Was that man a Nigerian man? Well you could be owed a substantial amount in compensation and healing.” [via GRM Daily]

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