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Kaliii continues to lay down the law. Last year, the ATL rapper made a splash with her viral hit ‘Area Codes.’ Now she has shared her empowered new single, ‘Bozo.’ The song precedes her upcoming EP, which is slated for release this spring. On ‘Bozo,’ Kaliii makes it known she’s not the one to play with. She tells the story of a break-up, unfazed about hearing of a man’s infidelity. Evidently, Kaliii heard the news from the man’s mistress, but simply lets the woman know that she can have that man. “Come to me as a woman? That’s a no-no / ‘Cuz who the fck wants smoke about a bozo,” she raps on one of the song’s verse. The song features a prominent sample of Keyshia Cole’s ‘Love,’ but make no mistake — Kaliii won’t be suckered back in. After a vocal sample of Cole singing the word “love,” Kaliii raps “Fck that, ain’t no more love for a ho” and says “his homeboy the one I should’ve chose.” In the song’s video, Kalii is seen gossiping with her girls about the break-up, then living her best life dressed to the nines on a yacht, while the titular bozo begs for another chance. [via Uproxx]

Memphis rapper GloRilla shares new single ‘Yeah Glo!’ – tune in now. The Southern talent is set to have a huge 2024, recently inking a deal with Tommy Hilfiger. A fashion forward figure, Glo ended lat year on a high, with her massive single ‘Pop It’ causing a ruckus on its release. Hitting 2024, new single ‘Yeah Glo!’ ups the ante yet again. A crunk-infused banger with a call-and-response chorus – “get ’em Glo!” – it’s an anthemic hard-hitter, with GloRilla at her most unruly. A rap renegade, production on the song comes from an all-star team – Go Grizzly, B100, Squat Beats and Lil Ronnie. The Grammy nominated talent is centre stage, with GloRilla working alongside director Troy Roscoe on the video. [via Clash]

Ivorian Doll enters a new era on ‘Bulletproof’. Out now, the new single finds Ivorian Doll speaking her truth. Long regarded as the Queen of Drill, she refuses to be hemmed in on a track that highlights her creative finesse. Bold and colourful, the track embraces pop energy, dislocating Ivorian Doll from drill while remaining respectful to her roots. The new release follows co-signs from Headie One and Keke Palmer, and recent release ‘3am (From The Block Freestyle)’; Ivorian Doll also sparkles on Sneakbo’s ensemble single ‘GUCCII’. [via Clash]

Nyota Parker, the eclectic hip hop and neo-soul artist, is set to unveil her latest musical endeavor, ‘MIDST,’ a poignant exploration of the enduring connection between an artist and their craft. Produced by the talented Stoic beats, the emotionally captivating, drumless, and slow-pulling beat provides the perfect backdrop for Nyota’s introspective journey. In ‘MIDST,’ Nyota delves into the profound theme of music always finding its way back to its creator. This soul-stirring track reflects on the challenges of creative blocks and daily life struggles, emphasizing the resilience and unwavering connection between Nyota and her art. The slow-pulling beat creates an immersive sonic experience, drawing listeners into the labyrinth of Nyota’s introspective exploration. Nyota intricately weaves a narrative that contemplates the often-overlooked reality of posthumous recognition and legendary status. The lyrics subtly name-drop influential artists, seamlessly integrating their names and iconic song titles into the verses. Through poignant storytelling, Nyota emphasizes the guiding force of music, offering solace and understanding in the midst of despair and indifference. The beat for ‘MIDST’ is masterfully crafted by the renowned producer Stoic beats, known for his ability to create evocative and atmospheric soundscapes. The collaboration between Nyota Parker and Stoic beats promises a musical journey that transcends conventional boundaries, blending introspection with a captivating sonic experience. [via Front Page]

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