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Br3nya asserts her dominance with the release of the music video for ‘Betting On Me’. The head-bopping rap banger solidifies her position as a leading force in the game. The visuals elevate the track, featuring her delivering her bars with confidence in an elegant dress. The video enhances the appeal of what was already a standout tune from her recent mixtape, Innit Innit Girl. With her dynamic presence and undeniable talent, Br3nya continues to captivate audiences, showcasing why she’s a formidable presence in the rap scene through both her lyrical prowess and stylish visuals. [via GRM Daily]

Young M.A‘s talent as a rapper is undeniable, but for a while now her career has been beset by speculation about her mental health and general well-being. It hasn’t helped that the last solo song M.A released, ‘Aye Day Per Day,’ came out in May 2022, with few updates since. Without warning, M.A shared a new song on Sunday called ‘Open Scars.’ The track acknowledges the controversies and gives some context to her struggles: “For the past three years I let my fans down / I lost faith and I couldn’t understand how,” she raps before hinting at a new sober lifestyle. “Without the Henny I see everything clear now.” Interlaced throughout the song’s music video are clips from a 2018 episode of The Therapist where M.A discusses her trauma and coping mechanisms. M.A has never shied away from laying out her whole heart on a track before, but ‘Open Scars’ might be one of her most vulnerable turns yet. [via The FADER]

Dai Burger is making waves in New York City’s vibrant queer rap scene with the release of her latest confident anthem, ‘Whole A$$ Mood (W.A.M.).’ As the lead single off her upcoming EP Dai Dreamin, dropping in February 2024, this track showcases Dai’s smooth flow and bold lyrics celebrating self-love. Over an infectious trap beat Dai exudes effortless charisma while proclaiming herself a whole vibe. Her lines are clever yet conversational as she asserts her self-worth and relishes her carefree lifestyle, and the sound is vibrant and assured – perfectly capturing Dais’s essence. The music video is just as striking as the song itself. Decked out in stylish athleisure wear and colorful balaclavas, Dai and her squad dance and cruise around the city in a convertible. The visuals radiate confidence and unbounded joy. As Dai takes the spotlight, it’s clear she’s an artist to keep on your radar. [via Earmilk]

East London’s Teezandos has come through with another hard hitting banger ‘Come From’. Undeniably one of the coldest rappers in the game, Teezandos has consistently dropped tracks with a hard edge, belying the idea that some people think that female artists cant do Drill as well as their male counterparts. In fact, some of the hottest raising talents in the industry that find themselves tackling Drill instrumentals are female, with the likes of Cristale and Teezandos just being a few that are leading the charge. [via GRM Daily]

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