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Poet-turned-rapper Dirtsa shares her powerful new single ‘say shit!’. Born from her lived experiences of racism and witnessing the countless events of social injustice around the world, ‘say shit!’ is a courageous showcase of not only her pioneering sound, but her energy to work towards a better world. Explaining further, Dirtsa shared: “This song was inspired by my will to explore and stretch my sound further. I wanted to explore my sound but also black music in general and channel all this in a different way. In situations of injustices, I don’t think we should stay silent. When people are trying to share things with us that matters to them I don’t think we should stay silent. This song particularly deals with that and resilience to that.”

Shaybo is back with new single ‘Crocs’, which marks her first new material of 2022. ‘Crocs’ is Shaybo’s first new single since joining forces with NSG on ‘Don’t Play Me’ in November last year, and lands with a Kevin Hudson-directed video. [via Line of Best Fit]

Erica Banks hasn’t let her foot off the pedal since she emerged with ‘Buss It.’ The song became an instant smash on TikTok, propelling her career from buzzing Internet phenom into a star in her own right. Although it’s been roughly two years since she released her self-titled project, fans are eagerly awaiting to hear what she has coming. This week, she slid through with her new single, ‘Throw Some Mo (Do It).’ The strip club-ready record is produced by K Major and ItzDoeDoeBih, who flip Khia’s ‘My Neck, My Back’ into a bass-heavy trunk-rattling Texas banger. Erica Banks delivers with ferocity on the sex-posi record. Hopefully, it’s a sign that her new project will be arriving sometime this summer. [via HNHH]

Rico Nasty has been sporadically dropping singles over the past year — most recently was ‘Vaderz’ last month, and then the Flo Milli-featuring ‘Money’ a few months before that. Now, she’s back with another new track, the distortion-heavy ‘Intrusive.’ “This song tells the story of intrusive thoughts with some industrial elements,” Rico Nasty said in a statement. “The song is a true free style for me and takes you for a ride through my mind.” This track and ‘Vaderz’ are supposed to be featured on what is described in a press release as a “very personal upcoming project.” Rico’s last project was 2020’s Nightmare Vacation, her studio debut. [via Stereogum]

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