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NADUH share potent new song, “LEGACY”

Vancouver’s NADUH have shared a new single called “LEGACY”. Filling in the industry thigh-gap, 5 piece femme powered hip-hop/ R&B group, NADUH, write, engineer, and produce all of their music – meaning they have crafted a sound that’s truly representative of their collective energy. Spreading unity consciousness through R&B infused beats that hit every chakra, laced with buttery-smooth vocals and HERstorical lyrics. This one-of-a-kind group aims to shatter earthly constructs, and pop pussies worldwide. Their latest song, “LEGACY”, continues their run of expressive, vivid singles with its infectious sound and eclectic vocal performances. It’s a potent single that reaches out and grasps the listener immediately with its sleek blend of hip-hop and R&B, hallmarked by electrifying synths, buoyant percussion, and grooving bass that underscores NADUH smoothly as they deliver dynamic, gripping verses.

NADUH introduces the “New Era” of girl-groups: true friends who are the sole visionaries and manifestors of their music, narrative, and image. Their music holds strong messages of reclamation, empowerment, queerness, sexuality, and spirituality, mixed in with “that bitch” energy, aiming to help their audience access higher realms of consciousness while entertaining their urge to twerk. Take a listen to their latest offering “LEGACY” below and further familiarize yourself with NADUH.

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Chief Keef Electrifies Summer Smash with “Faneto” Performance After Decade-Long Chicago Ban, Watch the Epic Moment!

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Chief Keef Electrifies Summer Smash with “Faneto” Performance After Decade-Long Chicago Ban, Watch the Epic Moment!

The Summer Smash festival was the highlight of the weekend, rocking Bridgeview, Illinois, just a stone’s throw from Chicago. This event marked a monumental occasion for Chief Keef, the influential hip-hop artist who had been banned from performing in his hometown for nearly a decade due to the chaos his shows incited. The prohibition was so stringent that even a hologram performance was denied, forcing it to relocate to Indiana without success, as noted by Stereogum.

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For Chief Keef, this homecoming performance was a significant milestone. The last time he performed in front of his Chicago fans was on August 3, 2012, and he had never had the chance to deliver his massive hit “Faneto” live in his hometown—until now.

Lil Yachty captured the electrifying moment at Summer Smash, sharing a video retweeted by the NFR Podcast. The footage shows a sea of fans erupting with energy, rapping along to the chorus with unbridled enthusiasm. The sheer joy radiating from both the crowd and Chief Keef himself is palpable, marking another major achievement for the artist in 2024.

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This year has been a standout for Chief Keef, who has been reconnecting with his dedicated fan base. He finally released “Almighty So 2,” over a decade after the original. Additionally, he and Mike WiLL Made-It dropped their mixtape “DIRTY NACHOS” in March. Keef has also been featured on several hot tracks, collaborating with artists like Sexyy Red and Lyrical Lemonade.

What do you think about Chief Keef’s triumphant return to Chicago with “Faneto”? Is it his best stadium anthem, or do you rank other tracks higher in his discography? Are you still vibing to “Almighty So 2”? Share your thoughts in the comments below, and stay tuned to Honk Magazine for all the latest Chief Keef updates and music news.

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BIA Claps Back at Haters After Electrifying Summer Smash Performance

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BIA Claps Back at Haters After Electrifying Summer Smash Performance

BIA is not holding back this year, making waves with a powerful performance at the Summer Smash festival on Saturday (June 15). Following her electrifying set, she sat down with Tallie Spencer for an exclusive interview, where she shared her candid thoughts on handling haters and criticism. This topic carries a new weight for the Massachusetts MC, especially in the wake of her public feud with Cardi B. However, BIA’s response was all about maintaining a positive outlook and not wasting energy on negativity.

“When I came out, I said ‘Fk that bh,’” BIA declared unapologetically. “That’s my message to my haters: Fk that bh. I don’t dwell on my haters because I’m so positive and having such a great time with my life. I try not to let outer interferences mess up my mood because I’m so grateful to be here. We’re having fun, like, who gets to do this for fun? We’re blessed, so I don’t let stuff like that bother my frequency.”

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BIA’s gratitude is evident as she continues to achieve new milestones in her career. Recently, she dropped a hot new track, “LIGHTS OUT,” featuring JID for the Bad Boys: Ride Or Die soundtrack. This collaboration showcases her talent and versatility, solidifying her place in the industry. After a successful 2023, BIA is poised to make 2024 even bigger and better.

Fans are also buzzing with anticipation for a potential new collaboration with Nicki Minaj, teased back in August last year. While there’s no confirmation yet, the possibility of another banger from these two artists is exciting. Regardless of what’s next, one thing is certain: BIA’s work ethic and passion will continue to shine through in everything she does. The “Whole Lotta Money” star is too thankful for her success to give anything less than her best.

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