Tag Archives: Rap

New from @tinaworldorder “Bitchez Trap Two”

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New from Chicago’s Tina B is “B!tchez Trap 2!” and for those that didn’t know she just won FIVE $TACKZ at the Jack’n for Beatz in her hometown <pictured with Dj Envy>. Currently working on her own album but be on the look out for “Wicked Love” which is a rocking hit. Little birdie also said a video is coming for this new single… Trap with us! (wink) #StackorStarve

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New Video from @tialaflare aka Tia Nomore “Suck It Easy”

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Straight out of Oakland is lil miss sassy Tia Nomore who states on her bandcamp, “i just record when i can and write all the time.”  FF first discovered her on Soundcloud (which we are truly upset was just bought by Warner Music) with her song  “Or Nah” featuring Kehlani which has over 340K plays. We love the fact that she isn’t trying to impress, just raw emotions for us when she feels like it. It takes the pressure off and allows the artists to just create when motivated, right? In the beginning she dropped 13th Grade which included 11 tracks some experimental, some in the pure essence of hiphop. Needless to say, she is def someone to check lyric wise as well as the producers she is working with is equally dope. But you let us know your thought… Tweet us @FemaleFlowMusic


#NewVideo from @sarocthemc with David Banner titled “The Who?” and bonus video!!

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Sa-Roc The MC hails from the southeastern area of Washington DC, a city that’s a mashup of poverty stricken hoods, a strong radical movement, and a fierce loyalty to cultural preservation. This is the cocoon from which Saroc was birthed and bred. Sa-Roc has recorded songs with Jay Electronica, Nappy Roots, Afrika Bambataa and Stic.Man of dead prez.

A product of Afrikan-centered parents, Saroc developed a rebel mentality from an early age. She grew up on the music of Jimi Hendrix, Gil Scott Heron, and Earth,Wind & Fire. Her musical soundtrack was a klash of sounds, from gogo, to rock, to hip hop. This foundation began an aural quest for different sounds and concepts in music. It wasn’t until 2002, when Sa-Roc met Atlanta producer Sol Messiah, that she began her love affair with the mic. as well as developed a sound that was 1 part hood poetry, 2 parts otherworldly, and totally new and fresh. From subject matter ranging from melanin to pyramids, Saroc spits metaphysical ideas over melodic hip hop beats, seeking to fuse knowledge of self with great music. She seeks to create not just a couple of albums, but a full-fledged musical movement. A cultural griot, Saroc intends to reinstate the art of emceeing to its former glory, passing down the legacy 1 sixteen at a time.

 

And don’t miss the fresh remix…  “DC X ATLIENS” Produced by Organized Noize

 

#NewVideo – @DestinyDaChef “Everyday My Birthday”

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 Make sure you pay attention to this Aquarian emcee  out of Richmond, VA who states on her twitter bio, “Making Music To Empower Women Around The World!”.  She discovered her love for music through writing poetry as a teenager. Destiny da Chef recently dropped this video to song “Everyday My Birthday” filmed by YCIMAGING which is a party scene with her girls. From jumping gym to water gun fights these ladies show us a good time while stating the motto to live everyday like it’s your birthday. Celebrate LIFE!  #FemaleFlow