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Unleashing Raw Energy and Authenticity: Apollo’s New Hip-hop/Rap Single “Percocets” ft. Zaiah

Prepare to be captivated by the electrifying talent of artist Apollo as he storms the music scene with his latest single, “Percocets” ft. Zaiah. With his exceptional songwriting skills and razor-sharp rap delivery, Apollo proves once again why he is a force to be reckoned with in the industry.

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“Percocets” is a hard-hitting masterpiece that immerses listeners in a whirlwind of emotions. From the very first beat, the track demands attention, blending infectious rhythms with provocative lyrics that delve into the gritty realities of life. Apollo’s unapologetic authenticity shines through, infusing the song with a raw energy that is impossible to ignore.

Teaming up with the talented Zaiah, “Percocets” becomes an unstoppable force, showcasing the powerful synergy between two exceptional artists. The chemistry between Apollo and Zaiah is evident as they seamlessly trade verses, each bringing their unique style and flair.

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If you’re a fan of Hip-hop/Rap and crave music that pushes boundaries, “Percocets” is an absolute must-listen. Brace yourself for an adrenaline-pumping experience that will leave you craving more from Apollo and Zaiah.

CLICK HERE TO STREAM Apollo’s “Percocets” on Spotify.

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Eminem Slays the Charts, “The Death Of Slim Shady” Becomes His 11th No. 1 Album

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Eminem’s latest album, The Death Of Slim Shady (Coup De Grâce), has stormed the charts, securing his 11th No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200. With a staggering 281K album-equivalent units sold in its first week, Eminem has broken Taylor Swift’s impressive 2024 record of 12 consecutive chart-topping weeks with The Tortured Poets Department. This marks the largest debut for any hip-hop album this year.

This achievement ties the Detroit rap icon with legends Bruce Springsteen, Barbra Streisand, and Kanye West for the fifth-most No. 1 albums on the Billboard 200. The only artists ahead of them are Drake (13 No. 1 albums), Jay-Z and Taylor Swift (14 each), and The Beatles (19).

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Despite mixed critical reviews, The Death Of Slim Shady has resonated with fans, proving more popular than some of Eminem’s other post-2000 releases. The album’s intricate layers and hidden meanings have sparked endless discussions and theories among listeners, including the intriguing idea that the album might reveal a different narrative when played in reverse.

Eminem’s dominance isn’t limited to album sales. He reigns supreme on Spotify with around 86 million monthly listeners, outpacing Kendrick Lamar, who recently surpassed Drake with 75 million monthly listeners. Eminem’s commercial success and influence in the rap game remain unparalleled, cementing his legacy as a hip-hop titan.

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As fans continue to unravel the complexities of The Death Of Slim Shady, Eminem’s ability to engage and captivate his audience beyond a superficial level is undeniable. Whether you’re a devoted fan or a casual listener, there’s no denying the impact and significance of this milestone in Eminem’s illustrious career.

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Latto Weighs In, Drake & Kendrick Lamar’s Beef is a Hip-Hop Game-Changer!

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In the world of hip-hop, the fierce rivalry between Drake and Kendrick Lamar has divided fans and sparked endless debates. While many have chosen sides, Latto has taken a unique stance on the matter. During a recent interview with Billboard, she shared her admiration for the lyrical showdown, viewing it as a positive force for the genre.

“I ain’t going to lie: I liked it! I liked the back-and-forth, I thought it was healthy for the culture. It just felt nostalgic. I don’t think our generation has even seen a rivalry like that, I fd with it,” Latto remarked. “It’s two ns that’s killing this st, and they both so talented. They both on their high horse flexing their talent and capabilities. They both still that n****, they both still the GOAT. That st fye for the culture, bruh.”

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Latto herself has faced some friction, notably with Ice Spice. However, she clarified that the tension hasn’t escalated into a full-blown beef. “If I was to do [a battle], it would have to be with somebody I feel like Imma go tit for tat with,” she explained. “I really don’t mean it as shade. Would she even want to do that? I feel like she’s doing her in her lane. It’s two different types of vibes.”

What do you think of Latto’s perspective on Drake and Kendrick Lamar’s feud? Do you agree with her take? Share your thoughts in the comments, and stay tuned to Honk Magazine for more updates!

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