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Atlanta’s Runway Richy Shares Highly-Anticipated New Mixtape, ‘China Cafeteria 2.5’

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Atlanta rapper Runway Richy is excited to release his highly-anticipated follow-up mixtape China Cafeteria 2.5 hosted by MTV’s DC Young Fly. Runway Richy has recruited all-star features for this special project, including Gucci Mane, Trae Tha Truth, London Jae, Scotty ATL and producers Beat Monster Marc, Evil G and executive produced by FKi.

“China Cafeteria is a landmark in my hometown of Decatur, GA. People of all walks of life come through there and everyone has a different story.” Runway Richy explains, “I’ve seen single moms feeding their 4 kids with $20, local hustlers coming to get a quick $3.45 plate so they can get back to the trap and just the average working man getting an affordable meal. This project is about our stories. I named this project 2.5 because I went through a lot of stuff since the original EP… nearly dying in the car accident, learning to walk again, performing on crutches and every other obstacle in between. It’s been a crazy time, going to hell and coming back, so I felt just calling it Part 2 wasn’t enough. 2.5 has that extra little push! Lol.”

‘China Cafeteria 2.5’ is hosted by Wild’n Out alum comedian and ATL native, DC Young Fly. Checkout the complete mixtape below, courtesy of Soundcloud.

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Hear Delaware’s Rell Jerv Hot New Song, “Cheated On Yourself”

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Delaware R&B sensation Rell Jerv unveils the first of a trilogy of new music cleverly-titled, “Cheated on Yourself”.

The single is the first of three new tracks slated for a January 2018 release. “Cheated on Yourself” was produced by the usual suspects behind the boards, the Mak3rs.

Listen to “Cheated on Yourself” above via SoundCloud and check below to see what Rell Jerv’s said on the making of the new track.

“When we made “Cheated on Yourself” we had just got done distancing ourselves from a lot of people. I think that definitely played a big part in how the record came out, at first listen most would think the song is just about a female.. but in reality, it is directed towards everyone. Fake supporters, people that doubt you and mainly the people that walk out of your life while you are in the middle or chasing a goal. So the line “you tied the rope you gotta hang now” is really saying hey you made the decision to walk out of my life, live with that decision.”

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Watch JuJu’s “Get’em” In New Video

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Hailing from the Home of the Brave, Brownsville, New York. Rising female emcee JuJu is ready to be unleashed as the next big thing to come out of her neck of the woods since M.O.P. with the release of her new video, “Get’em”.

In the video, JuJu sticks to the bars and lets us know she stands alone in this female rap race and is comparable to no one. Directed by RRaw, JuJu is as gritty, hard, and concerted as her surrounds. You’ll be blown away by the three-minutes-plus visual of hardcore dope rhymes coming out this new artists mouth.

By way of North Carolina, JuJu developed a strong following with the release of her lethal freestyle over the classic Mobb Deep, “Quiet Storm”. Gathering her the attention of accredited buzzworthy press like The Source, Hot 97, and WorldstarHipHop.

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Watch Bizz-E Blaze New Video, “No More”

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Flatbush, New York-native Bizz-E Blaze is riding a wave right now thanks to his single, “No More”. Today, Bizz-E turns audio into a trippy visual as he releases the official video for the new single.

Directed by Get BizzE, “No More” takes you on a trippy ride through the mind of the Bizz-E Blaze as he reflects on his unapologetic past and ready to embrace the future. Solo dolo throughout the entire video, Bizz-E lets his lyrics speak for itself. Take a walk on the dark side and love it after you hit the play.

Bizz-E Blaze is a member of the now globally known and recognized NYC’s Scum Gang. Scum Gang is the inspiration behind majority of Today’s Hip-Hop posses coming out of New York.

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