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Alabama’s very own princess of rap Flo Milli releases her new single ‘Never Lose Me’ and an alternate version featuring Lil Yachty via RCA Records. ‘Never Lose Me’ is not only an anthem for the ladies, but an affirmation of self-worth, confidence and loyalty. The new single(s) come on the heel of her latest releases ‘BGC’ and ‘Chocolate Rain’ and will all appear on her highly anticipated second studio album Fine Ho, Stay coming soon.

Sexyy Red, the St. Louis rapper, has released a new single, ‘Free My N***a,’ which appears on a deluxe edition of her latest mixtape Hood Hottest Princess, which came out earlier this year.

“This ain’t a phase, this right here’s a career” raps Tāmaki Makaurau hip hop artist Jujulipps aka Hannah Kazadi in her latest music video for ‘Get That Shot’, the opener and namesake for her fresh debut EP via BigPop Records. The visuals for ‘Get That Shot’ was directed by Tom Grut and made with the support of NZ On Air — the lunar background in which Jujulipps stands before marks her “rise to confidence when people are trying to dim your light.” She spits out one-liners that leave you on the edge of your seat with quick witted imagery and rapping prowess. [via Under the Radar]

Luton’s rising MC, BXKS, unleashes her latest single and video, ‘Back It Up’, cementing her status on the underground circuit. This release stands out as a crowning jewel in her repertoire, showcasing a high-energy and club-ready anthem. Along with producer Lamsi, she effortlessly blends UK bass, Jersey club and rap music with distinctive style, creating a track that promises to set the dance-floor ablaze throughout the winter. [via GRM Daily]

Last year, the Memphis rapper GloRilla erupted out of the underground, scoring a couple of massive hits and ending the year with the release of her Anyways, Life’s Great… EP. GloRilla’s been a little quieter this year, though she has come out with a few new singles. And now, GloRilla’s on a new track with the ascendant Chicago MC FendiDa Rappa. FendiDa Rappa had her biggest career moment this past summer, when Cardi B jumped on her song ‘Point Me 2.’ GloRilla also got a big assist from Cardi with lat year’s ‘Tomorrow 2.’ ‘In The Trunk,’ the new FendiDa Rappa/GloRilla track, has both of them talking horny, reckless shit over a skittering drill beat. In the video, they take over a convenience store. [via Stereogum]

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