King Shampz returns with this week’s edition of Dead Wrong Tuesdays. This time around he delivers a strong dose of that raw with “Arm & Hammer.” Azzan provides the thumping beat yet again for Shampz to lay his quietly ferocious flow on with their latest offering. Shampz brings what he calls “an animal intensity to these records.” Keep ya ears open for each installment of Dead Wrong Tuesdays.

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King Shampz of Dead Wrong Records presents the first installment in what will become a weekly single release. “Can’t Get Enough” creeps along with a quiet jazzy feel, like some peak Tribe shit, courtesy of Dead Wrong Producer Azzan. King Shampz provide his raspy but quiet flow, staying energetic throughout the booming track.

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stay tuned for next week’s Dead Wrong Tuesday joint!

Rome Streetz and Al Divino unload a full clip of filth over an anxious Vinyl Villain X Loman beat in the new visuals for The video is shot, directed and edited by Revenxnt and features pixelated and distorted images throughout, maintaining an appropriate layer of grime for the sharp emcees to spit about the Rotten Apple. Vinyl Villain and Loman connect again to create another crazy beat remarkably with unique captured sounds.

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Noise Kandy 3

available July 16th

“This is our spot, we earned it, you ain’t taking shit!

No you ain’t breaking bricks, on Instagram you taking pics.”

M-Dot confidently proclaims on this thumper produced by German beatmaker Whatson.

Alongside fellow Own Lane Music emcee Rev (of EMS), they bring the electricity in this video shot in Germany while on their European “Stay in Your Lane” tour of spring 2019. The beat delivers a soulful sample, blaring horns and booming drums. The video shot by Arvid Wuensch features some gorgeous views of Leipzig Germany as they strut in front of the camera providing some excellent energy on this hype joint.

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“Jump-Start” is the lead video single from Whatson’s upcoming studio album (TBA) which also features Conway, Big Twins, Da Flyy Hooligan and more.

Directed by Divine Filmz, the video sees Eddie Kaine and Rome Streetz across the Brooklyn nightscape. Both emcees are posted at the spots, burnin in the hallway, flexing some heavy bar work over the Standouts-produced beat. This joint shows the producer duo moving away from their signature soulful loops to a more sinister street vibe, coming through on this dope single. On “By Any Means,” Eddie brings his smooth delivery and Rome drops another effortless verse.

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Keep on the watch for Eddie’s upcoming album ARUKU (walk)

Newburgh, NY Emcee Snotty and producer Pad Scientist connect on this raw joint. Pad scientist sets the scene with some bouncy bass, slight percussion and subtle organs in the background. Snotty brings his direct flow and provides his formula of street stories and hustling on this track.

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Look for the upcoming project by the the two Umbrella soldiers.

Chi-town’s Onaje Jordan creates a menacing soundscape for Toronto’s Asun Eastwood on “Enemies.” Onaje lays chopped piano loops, a prominent bass line and some fresh live drums on this banger. Throughout, Eastwood spits tales of the competition failing while he continues to be victorious, with vivid imagery sprayed across the track.

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