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Queen Millz is back with a brand-new track dubbed ‘Blowing’. The new video from the Leicester musician is packed with a fiery energy captured across multiple scenes to emulate that, including her posted outside the King Power stadium. Owning her own unique version of melodic rap, she is determined to continue pushing throughout the year and is gearing up to releaser her debut project, Causing A Scene, which is out on May 13. [via GRM Daily]

Dreezy & Hit-Boy join forces with Coi Leray for ‘Balance My Lows.’ Coi handles hook duties on the record, providing a slight R&B feel to the record. Overall, Coi and Dreezy speak about their underdog status and rising to the top. [via HNHH]

Indonesian rapper Ramengvrl has shared her latest single, entitled ‘Facts’. Released on Friday, ‘Facts’ features braggadocios lyrics that see Ramengvrl playfully take jabs at her haters. “Rumours going around saying I’m that’s label-hopping chick / But I’ve just been going up”, she raps. ‘Facts’ features on Asiatic Records’ new EP, Asiatic.wav, Vol. 1. Out now, the EP marks Asiatic Records’ first collection of tracks since the label was announced in late October. [via NME]

It’s been a bit since we heard from Oakland rapper Kamaiyah. In September 2020, she released the collaborative EP Oakland Nights with fellow Bay Area artist Capolow. The 10-track EP followed her February 2020 mixtape Got It Made. Now, Kamaiyah has circled back with a new song and video: ‘F.W.I’ featuring Vallejo rapper DaBoii. Seemingly aware of the span of time since she release material, ‘F.W.I’ opens with the words: “Hey Kamaiyah, it’s been a minute since you dropped some shit. Motherfuckers act like you forgot what you do. We here to remind them. We the ones makin’ the slaps. We the one droppin’ the classics. ‘F.W.I’ is set to appear on Kamaiyah’s forthcoming project Divine Timing, out in May. [via Stereogum]

Rising hip-hop artist and female powerhouse, Wowashwow, has shared visuals for her uplifting record ‘Heatwave’. Backed by a punchy and vibrant soundscape, she dwells on the power of self-confidence and being aware of negative vibes and naysayers. The track brings unbridled bravado through no holds barred and unapologetic rhymes as pronounced by this one line “I walked in this bitch like a heatwave”. The accompanying visual was directed and edited by Michaella Page for Voodoo Visuals and was filmed in the desert at the infamous Pink Mirage House owned by iconic music video director, Damien Sandovalm. The visual exudes a dystopian vibe with Wowashwow bringing life to the rather dry world. From her fiery energy and colorful personality to the regal wardrobe, the video encourages viewers to find their inner lioness. [via Earmilk]

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