Sunday Scaries Vol. 11

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1. White Bronco - Action Bronson 

Action released "White Bronco" on Friday - the title track off his album that'll be dropping within the next few weeks. Vintage flow from Bambam. His line about Tiger's swing is pretty ironic considering Tiger is lighting up the Tour Championship right now. 



2. Time - Rexx Life Raj 

I was just recently telling a friend of mine that I had a feeling Rexx Life Raj was going to drop a new project soon. I've had "Time" on repeat since it came out a week ago. The former Boise State offensive lineman just has such an unbelievable voice. Looking forward to seeing what he has coming soon out of the Bay. 

Official Video here:  




3. Miami - Felly 

Felly's new album "Surf Trap" drops in five days. Last week he released a pair of phenomenal tracks - with "Pretty Girl" first followed by "Miami," which absolutely rips. Can't wait to hear the rest of the album. Also super stoked that he tapped Dewey Saunders - who did Anderson .Paak's "Malibu" cover art - to capture the aesthetic. He heads out on a huge tour next month - should be quite the year for young Christian. 


Check out the official video for "Miami" here, directed by the legendary Jake Standley - who is constantly leveling up: 





4. Noticed - Lil Mosey 

If you haven't already heard, Lil Mosey is a 16 year old hip-hop sensation from Seattle. His hit single "Noticed" is a cerrrrtified banger. Definitely check him out on youtube, his live shows look quite lit. Check out the official video below, directed by Cole Bennett. 


I repeat. This kid is 16. 



5. On God - Tidus 

Kyle and I met Tidus during a photo shoot for our Fall Collection a few weeks ago. Really cool, humble guy. We had no idea he made music until he left early and the crew showed us his songs. He's got a super unique voice and I love his sound. "On God" is definitely one of my favorites. Looking forward to his album that's dropping soon. ( ( ( + ) ) ) 




6. CODY BANKS - Jack Harlow 

Jack Harlow is a star. The Kentucky rapper dropped his new album "Loose" a few weeks back - and it rips from top to bottom. I saw a video of Alicia Keys bopping to "CODY BANKS," which is pretty epic. 

Give this DJ Booth article a read if you want to dive a little deeper.




7. 1997 - Yung Pinch 

Make sure you keep Yung Pinch on your radar. He's a very talented artist with lots of ambition. Has worked with some of the top producers in the industry, like Zaytoven and Dez Wright. Looking forward to keeping track of his progress. 





8. Maneater - Hall & Oats

I don't know what's going on - but I've been obsessed with 80s tracks recently. First it was "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" by Tears for Fears, now it's "Maneater" by Hall and Oats. +10 magic when it comes through the speakers. Reached the very top of the Billboard 100 in 1982, and remained there for four weeks. 





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