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Rapper Cliassy Fp Unveils Epic New Album DinnerTime 4

Rising rapper Cliassy Fp – from Austin, Texas and based in Houston – has returned with his must-hear new album, DinnerTime 4, a ten-track collection of authentic and diverse hip-hop in all its glory. The independent rapper has been going from strength to strength in 2021 – the album’s lead single “Outside” made waves organically and new single “Too Much” looks set to be his biggest single to date.

Inspired by the likes of Static Major, Ryan Leslie and 50 Cent, Cliassy Fp showcases his huge range of talents across the new project – from his natural rap flow and diverse cadence to his impressive lyricism and storytelling abilities. Speaking more on the project, Cliassy Fp says, “The idea of ‘Dinnertime’ came about from one of my favourite producers/songwriters, Static Major. Before his death, he was working on an EP called Suppertime, so in honour of him, I decided that all my solo projects would be titled Dinnertime. DinnerTime 4 is my best work yet!”

New single “Too Much” is one of several standout tracks on the project and showcases Cliassy Fp’s versatility as a rapper, switching from the aggressive and hard-hitting previous single “Outside” and moving to a slower and more melodic pace. It’s this ability to excel in both lanes and shift between the two seamlessly that makes Cliassy Fp such an exciting artist and one to watch out for.

Expanding further on “Too Much”, Cliassy Fp says, “The track features one of my favourite artists from Austin, Texas – The Teeta. It’s aimed towards my lifestyle. I like nice things, and I work hard for everything I have, but some people think it’s boujee or cocky. Innocent Tata is an artist from Houston, Texas, and we linked up through a mutual friend. It all came together perfectly.”

“Too Much” and the rest of DinnerTime 4 are available to buy/stream now on all platforms:

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Ashley Puckett Holds Nothing Back on “Tequila”

A woozy, dazed quality emerges on Ashley Puckett’s yearning “Tequila”. From the slide guitar to the gritty storytelling it all works. She manages to make this rather captivating world one that feels doubly refreshing. Everything about her delivery adds to the inherent beauty of the piece. Rhythms go for a looseness ensuring that every single detail gets accentuated with percussion that works on an emotional level. Best of all the riffs have a dreamy disposition for there is this sense of pure longing that defines the work.

She holds nothing back and right from the beginning it has its own sense of purpose. A groove has an unsteadiness to it, perfectly embodying what a lot of tequila might do to a person. This, on top of the lustful glances that she brings into the fray, further adds to the romantic quality of the work. Volume adds to this for the piece virtually works itself into an outright crescendo. Many different parts of the group makes sure to intermingle creating this vast expanse of territory, the kind of thing that feels quite potent. For the final stretch of the mix the song seemingly tapers off, allowing for a gradual letdown of that kinetic energy, with her voice continuing to lead the way all until the very final moments.

“Tequila” has a tenderness to it, for Ashley Puckett makes sure to touch upon the very essence of what it means to truly want.

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Valid and Stretch Money share bouncy single, “Sentimental”

Detroit heavyweights Valid and Stretch Money have shared a bouncy new single called “Sentimental”. With nearly a million streams worldwide, historic collaborations, and songs that have impacted the city of Detroit, solo artists Valid & Stretch Money have joined forces to release “Sentimental”. Executive produced by platinum-credited Grammy Award-winning DJ Head of Shady Records and Grammy-Award- winning engineer Anthony Rizzo. “Sentimental” is sure to turn heads and surprise the core audience of both MCs. Their latest track is an all-out affair of vivid sonics, infectious vocals, and versatile songwriting that blends influences from 80’s electropop, hip-hop and more, making for a joint that provides heavy replay value while keeping things authentic throughout.

“Sentimental” demonstrates much poise and focus in its songwriting, demonstrated throughout catchy rap verses that pair smoothly with a sharply-crafted chorus. Valid, Stretch Money, and Kerr sound natural and effortless atop Cross’ vivid production, as they ride the synth-laden, bouncy beat with ease. “Sentimental” is a track that can suit a wide range of moods and settings, as well as appeal to a broad audience of listeners, and it makes for a diverse and refreshing offering. Take a listen to “Sentimental” below and tap in with these Detroit emcees.

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