21 Hottest Artists Of 2021 Presented By Trillest Ent.

As 2021 comes to an end, a new year is here, along with new music from 21 of the hottest artists from all around the world. These dedicated artists are consistently bringing the heat and deserve recognition for their talent and achievements. Presented below in alphabetical order is a list of rising artists that are making waves around the world for their unique sound, along with their latest releases. These are artists that you definitely want to get familiar with in 2022. Read more on 2Trill Mag, Midwest Fleet Radio, and Limitless Mag.


B. Hardy The Poet – “Old Time Religion”


Born in Los Angeles, CA B. Hardy The Poet began his writing journey at the age of 8 and now with years behind the pen as a poet, B. Hardy The Poet is finally making his way into music after holding out for so long. “I truly just wanted to show even as a new artist I can hang with the greats that have been in the game awhile.” Using his experience growing up in Inglewood and natural ability of penmanship, to go from rapping about love and sex to diving into real social issues of today, there’s no slowing down until he’s listed as one of the top lyricists in the world! | IG: @BHardyThePoet 


Bella Blaq – “IDK”


Shekira Snipes, known professionally as Bella Blaq, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, model, and actor. She got one of her biggest breaks from her TikTik account when she reached over 1.3 million followers after releasing her viral, TikTok challenge, song “Booty”. Her newest release “IDK” is produced by multi platinum, grammy nominated producer Epikh Pro (Bryson Tiller “Don’t”, Pardison Fontaine + Cardi B “Backin’ It Up”, Meek Mill + Lil Durk “Pain Away”). She’s also starring in the new dramatic film “SIN” where she plays the titled lead character, Sin. | IG: @thebellablaq 


Bezaloha – “Where Were We”


Today we take a deeper dive into an artist named Bezaloha emerging straight from New York’s capital Albany. Bezaloha’s new EP “Where Were We” & his newest single “What They Talking About” has been trending the charts since release! From connecting life and love to communicating struggle and success, Bezaloha is definitely on his way to do great things in this industry. | IG: @WhyAlohaWorld 


CasinoATX – Poppin’


CasinoATX the self proclaimed Street Nerd, skillfully blends street themed concepts, trap beats, and high IQ lyrical bars into one entertaining impactful style. With his hit single Poppin‘ spreading across the scene, his new upcoming solo album “The Street Nerd” is poised to be the hit release of 2022. | IG: @CasinoATX 



Dark Hustlaz Society – “In Hustling We Trust Vol. 1”


Out of West Philadelphia, Mr. Mossberg Banga who’s an entrepreneur is the founder and owner of the record label Hilltop Coalition Entertainment. Determined to put out good music as a solo artist he also took the initiative to keep his close friends/family alongside him along the way. Mr. Banga has been one fourth of the group Dark Hustlaz Society for the past decade and a half. The group composed of Mr. Banga, L Crock, Loc, Sam G, and the late J Curtis who was called home from his savior 7 years ago. Ever the multi-taskers, DHS (Dark Hustlaz Society) is on a mission to affect change to bring the sound back to the hilltop the mecca of Philadelphia hip-hop where it started. Artists like Steady B, Cool C, DJ Tap Money, man Called Lux, E Marbles and JoJo, Da Youngstas, and many more The Great LG the Teacher has inspired. Gold and Platinum hits consistently is a destination DHS will have to keep alive with the help The Great LG the Teacher son Quaraan Goodman (QBALL). EP’s coming soon! | IG: @realmosbergbanga 


D. Denzel – “I Know”


D. Denzel is back with a hot new single titled “I Know”.  His latest release is about going through life’s obstacles as the underdog and finally figuring out what you want and need to flourish and succeed stepping into your own light. Make sure you check it out now along with his latest album “Welcome To The Jngl”, available on D. Denzel’s  website. His new album encompasses the amalgamation message and movement (LYOW) “Lead Your Own Way!” and is full of hit singles. | IG: @D.Denzel38


Dnorri – “Birthday”


Dnorri wrote “My Birthday” as a Bday gift to himself during the pandemic, something positive, fun with dope vibes. It could also make everybody feel like it’s their Bday song too, even if it’s not their bday but feels like it. Dnorri has given thousands of personalized birthday shoutouts around the WORLD with est. reach over 10 million! If it’s your birthday hit his ig up for a shoutout! Check out the official video on youtube. | IG: @dnorri4real


Flipstyle – “Keep Posting”


Keep Posting by Flipstyle appears on the Playlist album.  Some have said that the revolution will not be televised. But thanks to technology & social media, we now have the ability to share real-time moments with the entire world. Happy moments can be shared to spread joy. Moments of injustice can also be shared to raise awareness and help catalyst positive change and improvement of society. Whatever it is, Keep pushing and let the world know you will be heard. Flipstyle Playlist – Album Streaming Everywhere! Get all the links at | IG: @flipstylemusic 


Grand Gulla – “Rockstar Party” ft. Matt Hogenson


Grand Gulla is an ALL-genre musician with his latest single “Rockstar Party” ft. Matt Hogenson. He has amassed a large following across multiple social media channels and has already become a local legend in Seattle. Check out for merchandise & YouTube Bizzybeepachino. | IG: @grand_gulla


Haze OPC – “Transitions” 


Haze OPC has been busy, booked and blessed this year. Releasing multiple hit singles continuing to add to his catalog of hits meanwhile, adding some diversity to his brand personifying the greatness that’s yet to come from him. Starting off the year right and making a bold statement with his critically acclaimed single You Smile, I Smile, You Cry, I Cry which helped set the tone & paved the way for one of the greatest albums of 2021 My GOD, Myself & I, In GOD I Trust. Music critics raved that the album is amongst some of the greatest work ever released musically. 


The Official Paper Chasers boss was voted Top 40 must listen to Indie Artists earlier during the year and also People’s Choice. He was featured on The Source Rising Artist Hot Hits to recognize In 2021 and, most recently charted on the International Indie Top Charts. He’s currently promoting his newest single Transitions from off his latest album. Haze OPC is a North Carolina native, helping bridge the gap and pave the way, crossing over territories many have dreamed of but only a few have ever achieved to solidify and finish establishing the Empire. | IG: @Mr_paper_chaser_opc 


Jasey Cordeta – “Family Business” ft. Swiggle Mandela, Timmi HendriXXX, & Jim Jones


In 2021, West Coast rapper Jasey Cordeta took off with his track “Family Business” that features his brothers Swiggle Mandela and Timmi HendriXXX, and New York Dipset legend Jim Jones. The song took off on streaming platforms and gathered attention from major publications across the country. He picked up momentum by teaming up with a handful of artists/ producers from cities he has lived in; Portland, Los Angeles and Las Vegas to create a mega G Mix/ Trap Mix for the streets — “FBTM.” Cordeta recently signed a distribution deal with Capo’s Vamp Life Records and Empire, Jasey has been burning up the air waves worldwide via Coast2Coast Radio, Spotify and all major streaming platforms. DJ Trap-A-Holics of Brick Squad hosted the FBTM trap cypher that is sure to have you playing it back to catch all the witty punchlines, metaphors and street language spoken on this record. 


We expect Cordeta to gain even more steam in 2022, as he recently went to New York with his brothers to film the video for “Family Business” with Jim Jones. Cordeta’s lyrics are littered with wordplay and metaphors, and his bars definitely stand out in a time where not everyone in hip hop is as focused on high level bars. We look forward to the Family Business video in January 2022, and seeing where Cordeta and his brothers go from here. | IG: @JaseyCordeta 


Lady E – “Rising Freestyle”


Lady E drops the song of the season with her stunning nostalgic hit “Rising Freestyle”. Lady E is simply the definition of swag, style and musical awe. Her talent and bars are almost undeniable. Her latest single entitled “Rising Freestyle” samples an old school classic, but is reinvented with signature Lady E fashion. | IG: @LadyETheMC 


Rah Dolla – “Last of a Dying Breed”


Rising artist Rah Dolla just released a hot new EP titled “Last of a Dying Breed”. This is someone who does something very few people do anymore, normally something illegal, real gangsters, king of lines (graffiti kings), trap stars, etc. When the Brooklyn based artist was growing up he used to listen to various artists, and would recite the words to their song as if he wrote it himself. Ppl who listened or liked these artists would ask him to spit (rap their songs). Rah Dolla says, “one day in school mr Richards told the class if they kept quiet and finish the assignment on time that he’d allow him to spit (rap their songs). The kids happily obliged. It was from that moment he decided to create his own sound”. Rah Dolla now has his own record label called Capital P Records and does everything independently. Check out his dope new EP now! | IG: @RahDolla21 


$hadow – “Foreshadow”


As a maker of catchy hip-hop music, artist $hadow delves into the realities of his life and other intriguing things to curate his songs that hit at one instance. The talented musician follows no rules to dictate his authority on the genre and effortlessly comes up with new styles and sounds to solidify his reputation. By quickly redirecting things to the positive shade, the artist has tried his hands at experimentation, and it’s beyond refreshing to hear the rapper trying something so off-center. Make sure you check out his new album “Foreshadow” now! | IG:


SIAHH – “Red Trippin”


SIAHH was born on October 1st 1994 to Mr and Mrs Thomas. SIAHH spent his years as child living in Brooklyn, NY. There he was raised in an apartment development by the name of Glenwood Houses. These apartments were known as “the projects. There SIAHH was exposed to issues that the average kid living in a “normal home” didn’t go through. Struggles such as living in poverty, close friends being victims of gang violence, etc. Had put him in the mindset to succeed. He tried to escape and go the route of a college basketball star but those dreams quickly halted. 


As this happened a new fire was roaring he began singing, drawing, rapping, writing, producing. SIAHH seen this as opportunity to spark the world musically and to give an insight that only who would’ve actually experienced it can relay to the masses. SIAHH musical sound is a mixup of rap, Afro beat, dancehall to pop, rock and much more. 


SIAHH has dropped a couple singles, but his latest and most successful song is “Red Trippin.” He has three surprise albums. One will drop before the year ends titled “The book of siahh.” Another titled The World is In (Y)²our Hands which will drop 2/2/22. The third is titled SIAHH MOLAN AND THAT WILL DROP in January 1/1/22. He will drop anticipated songs and albums that will open the eyes of the public to a whole different level. Stay tuned. | IG: @SiahhDifferent 


SK The K.I.D – “Conviction”


Representing Base Level Music is an independent artist from Northern Va, he’s been releasing singles all 2021 with his most current release titled “Conviction”. With his witty flow and strong delivery, SK tells the story of his upbringing over a raw beat. In 2022 he plans to release his first album “King In Demand”. Stay tuned for more bangers! | IG: @kingndemand


Sun Down Charlie – “Energy” ft. Charliedon 


Sun Down Charlie is back with more “Energy” ft. The Lago’s native @iamcharliedon This collab gonna set off 2022 and have you feelin like a boss. Start to finish it’s a vibe that will keep you locked in on gettin to that bag everyday. Mello bars and production from @djreadyrock make another @sundowncharliemusic classic to start the new year!! | IG: @SundownCharlieMusic


Tony $huffle – “On One”


What up, I’m Tony $huffle, this is my new single “On One”. Produced, written, and mastered by me. This one goes up so play this at a function to get right! | IG: @WolsEnt1 

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[MUSIC VIDEO] Lil Leek – “Wax On, Wax Off”| @LilDebarge

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Lil Leek – 4EY Music Group‘s emerging artist delivers the visual to his Club Banger “Wax On, Wax Off”

Lil Leek is an artist who embodies the relaxed, yet unwavering mindset of someone from his hometown of Washington, D.C. His determination combines his fun-loving persona and love of music that allows him to produce tracks that have a sense of purpose. His music is therapeutic, and lyrics are the way he expresses his feeling and emotion.

With an extensive studio work ethic, Lil Leek is becoming an acclaimed viral success. He has shown the world that he is an impressive performer amongst other prominent and respected artists. He is poised to become one of Hip-Hop’s most famous shining artists of his generation.

Photo Cred: Artist IG Page

The moment you hear the infectious hook, there will be no doubt he will have you singing “Gotta Keep It Trill, Wax On, Wax Off.” This is just the beginning for Leek and he is already working on his forthcoming single “They Already Know.” He’s is showing no signs of easing up so prepare yourself for the ride

In the meantime, “Wax On, Wax Off” is available on Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify, Tidal, Pandora, and other streaming platforms. Be sure to connect with Lil Leek on social media and digital media platforms.










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[NEW MUSIC] Colaa – “Came To Get Rich” | @itss_colaa

East Coast Artist Colaa delivers her debut single “Came To Get Rich”

Colaa aka Sydney Jackson’s highly anticipated single “Came To Get Rich” hit the digital music streams on December 9th and has been trending upward ever since. Maryland’s own newest rapper and 4ever Young Music Group’s newest artist, Colaa, is no stranger to entertainment and music. Growing up, she played guitar and wrote songs starting at an early age. Her music strives to empower young women and encourage them to reach their full potential without boundaries. “Colaa believes in young women paving their path and making way for themselves.” Colaa is an American beauty queen, model, actress, and rapper based in Maryland. She attended elite private schools in Washington, D.C., and developed a passion for writing, journalism, and performing arts. As a hip-hop artist and songwriter, she aligns her artistry with Lil Kim, Nicki Minaj, and Eve while actively creating her sound. The former pageant queen and red-carpet correspondent embraces her true talent and passion then makes a dynamic jump into the music industry with her new single.

“Came To Get Rich” encompasses Colaa’s passion for music and becoming a mainstream artist. This release promises to deliver an authentic “Hip-Hop Experience,” which includes a sound and lyrics for young women chasing their dreams, passions and are focused on making money for themselves.

While listening to Hip-Hop, Colaa seldom relates to any of the rap songs she hears on the radio. Realizing this, Colaa wanted to focus on topics related to her, such as money and other material things, but differently from your traditional hip-hop female artist. Newly signed to 4ever Young Music Group, she aims to engage her listeners and fans in a positive hip-hop experience that will inspire and motivate young women and upcoming artists alike.

Make sure you add “Came To Get Rich” to your favorite playlist.

Be sure to connect with Colaa on social media and digital music platforms.



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20 Bluntzz hit record “The Weekend” | @20Bluntzz

20 Bluntzz – The Weekend

20 Bluntzz hit record “The Weekend” is a catchy Hip Hop and R&B mix that will be a summer 2022 hit, and beyond. Make sure you listen to DMV artists 20 Bluntzz track The Weekend. Listen and download on all digital platforms.

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1.What is your Name? where you’re from and what first got you interested in the entertainment industry? 

Sy Ari is my real first and middle name. Born in New York and moved to Atlanta when I was 9. I got interested when I saw my brother and my cousin freestyling and felt like I could do it too!

2.Who and/or what inspires you to create?

I think every artist inspires me. I really like every artist and what makes them them and what makes me me!

3.How would you describe your sound?

I think I’m a blend of not only the music I love but the cultures I have touched from New York to Atlanta.

4.What is your creative process like?

Really it doesn’t matter. I can create in any setting no excuses. I’ve been in the best studios to the worst. 

5.What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with?

Jay Z..the goat & Sade

6.What is one message you would give to your supporters?

Thank you. I truly appreciate yall from the heart. I got family and friends that don’t even support me

7.What is the most talent/skill you have that most people don’t know about?

I’m one of the best salesmen in the world, I can sell anything to anyone in any place.

8.What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music?

Doing music and hanging with my kids

9.Who are some artists/people you admire and why?

Jay Z. He is just the goat. I like how he started and how he spoke everything into existence. 

10.What is the best advice you’ve been given?

You want to know who you are? Have children. You want to know what you are made of? Get married. My pops said that

11.If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?

F*ck this industry, I don’t care

12.What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself in the next year?

I see myself exactly where I planned to be. With my kids and growing my businesses from home. Because I hate this industry.

13.What is your social media? How can people get in contact with you?

Instagram is @syaridakid

 Hit me anytime

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Delmar James Is The One | @officialdelmarjames

Single cover “I’m The One”

Soul is a feeling, not a color.”


Louisville native and Pop/RNB singer DELMAR JAMES released a new single entitled “I’m The One” on all major platforms this year. He has made it clear that this record is very personal and it certainly shows in his bold confession of lyrics. We had the pleasure of speaking with Delmar and his phenomenal producer, Peter Monk, over on Straight Official Radio and we had a ball! But let’s just say, I think Delmar started to feel the heat while he was in the hot seat.

I asked him just what exactly the song was about and he totally flipped the script and asked me what it meant to me, personally. The only response I could have was to laugh – way to plead the fifth, my guy! I had to ask though, because this pop song very much gave me “confessions of a player” vibes so I needed some details. Regardless, sis (the ex) obviously caught onto his ways and hit him with, “I’m good love, enjoy!” I guess he don’t wanna be a player no more.

Via @officialdelmarjames on Instagram

Nevertheless, thanks for being a great inspiration for this single, girl! Big ups to Delmar James for believing in himself and taking that bold chance to pursue his dreams even when people blatantly suggested his failure. If you take nothing else from his story, understand that it is unreasonable to give up in year one. Delmar is in year 5 (at least) and he is really taking big strides to make it happen for himself. I’ve watched him go from a little to a lot in almost half a decade. Go follow him on Instagram @officialdelmarjames and stream “I’m The One” on all platforms!

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Straight Official Sit Downs: S. Deniro

S. Deniro is the featured artist for the Straight Official Sit Down this week. The East Coast rapper chopped it up with us on a wide range of topics. Check out our one-on-one with him down below!


What is your Name? Where are you from and what interested you in the entertainment industry?
entertainment industry?

I go by S. Deniro! I’m from The Bronx, NY. The entertainment industry was glamorized to me by Michael Jackson. I became more in-tune with the Hip Hop culture.

Who and/or what inspires you to create?

Michael Jackson’s work is what definitely inspired me. But once I heard Wu-Tang, Mobb Deep, Onyx, Naughty By Nature, and The Lox, that’s all I wanted to hear.

How would you describe your sound?

Well some would say I have that giddy east coast New York style. I’d say my style is made from a variety of styles. I like to stay outside of the box. At any given day I can give you giddy, catchy, mellow, party, and even something for the ladies. For the most part, my style is high-octane


It doesn’t really take much. Once I hear a beat I like, the lyrics jump on the paper themselves.

S. Deniro on his creative process


What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with?

Right now, I’m looking to record with Jadakiss, Dave East, Fabolous, and Lil Wayne.

What is one message you would give to your supporters?

My number one message to my supporters is never stop where your started. Keep in moving to your destination. But most of all Thank You!

What is the most talent/skill you have that most people don’t know about?

Basketball. I was captain/MVP of the my High School team. It was actually my first love. I played for many teams and in many tournaments throughout the city. I came home from being locked up in 2008, and signed up for college. Went to try out for the NBA D-League. I dropped out of college after a year and made the first cut. Never made the team.


What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music?

Probably looking for a 9-5 or running the streets for make ends meet.

Who are some artists/people you admire and why?

Styles P, 50 cent, Jay-z, Lil Wayne, and Kanye West. Styles has impeccable lyricism and respectable code of ethics I identify with. 50 is just ruthless man (laughs). In his work ethic and his persona and that too is something I can identify with as well. Jay-Z’s entrepreneurship is just out of this world and I would want nothing more to be just as successful as he is.

Lil Wayne has got to be one of the most witty lyricists in the game and just seems to have no limits in his creativity. The same goes for Kanye. Along with having no limits to his creativity, he’s limitless in standing his ground.

What is the best advice you’ve been given?

Love yourself, be yourself.

If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?

The misconception of artists being idolized because of their assists, appearance, or wealth. Rather than their actual art form, personality, and achievements because of it.


What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself in the next year?

Right now I’m pushing this single with me and “The Ghost” Styles P called “Straight Like That” produced by Vinny Idol, which is out now in all stores and platforms. Check out the video on my YouTube channel. You can definitely expect more music and visuals coming from me. Stay tuned for the coming of my solely owned and independent label, “MFI Music & Entertainment Group”

What is your social media? How can people get in contact with you?

On social media you can follow me on Twitter, @SDeniroMenace. On Instagram @S.Deniro. And make sure you follow my label @MFI.MusicandEntertainment. For any business inquiries you can email

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Santa Sallet is Putting On For The DMV

#GetSOM via @djspins

Recently I got the chance to chop it up with SANTA SALLET to get to know the upcoming DMV recording artist and speak on what he has going on currently.

DJ SPINS: What is your Stage Name? Please tell us where you’re from and what first got you interested in the entertainment industry?

Santa Sallet: My name is Santa Sallet and I was born a champion in Roseau, Dominica. I currently rep the DMV. I love cartoons and I excelled at poetry at a young. One day I came home and I saw Busta Rhymes’ video Gimme Some More and the rest is history.

DJ: Who and/or what inspires you to create?

SS: I see rap kind of like martial arts. I enjoy the sport of rapping and I want to continue sharpening my sword and my skills. The way I can do that is to rap with the best. To do that, I need to be part of the best of them.

DJ: How would you describe your sound?

SS: Classic. I bring a lot of classic 90s rap sounds with a modern flair. My rap style is really a child of New York/East Coast rap.

DJ: What is your creative process like?

SS: I am always freestyle. I am forever freestyling. I will hear a beat that’s so dope once it comes on that I can’t stop freestyling to it. The only way I can stop is to conquer the beat by writing a song to it. Then I can find peace once more.

DJ: What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with?

SS: Busta Rhymes, obviously, but also Schoolboy Q, ASAP Mob, Tyler the Creator, Dave East, Maxo Kream, Baby Keem, Kendrick Lamar, and the legends like Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z.

DJ: If you could open a show for any artist who would it be?

SS: Schoolboy Q or Tyler the Creator right now would be dope.

DJ: What is one message you would give to your supporters?

SS: Think and grow rich. What you think, say and do is what you will become.

DJ: What is the most useless talent you have?

SS: Juggling and completing Rubik’s Cubes really fast are pretty useless talents.

DJ: What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music?

SS: The same thing I do every day. Try to take over the world. Being a rapper is just the start. I am an entrepreneur and rapping is just one of my business ventures. So I guess I’d still be making money.

DJ: Who are some artists you admire and why?

SS: I admire Kanye West. He was one of the first artists known for both their production and ability to rap. I wanted to emulate that and produce my own rap albums. In addition to Kanye West, I also admire other billionaire rappers such as Jay-Z and Dr Dre (Not quite…but you get the idea). I too would like to be a billionaire rapper. Finally, I admire Will Smith. What an amazing career. He’s also one of my early rap influences. He has a phenomenal career as a CLEAN rapper and actor. I too would like to rapper/actor.

DJ: What is the best advice you’ve been given?

SS: Be original. I was lucky enough met DJ Jazzy Jeff for the release of his album “The Magnificent” during a family vacation in Cape Town, South Africa. I bought his record and lined up for a signature. When I got to the front I asked him if you had one piece of advice for an aspiring rapper, what would it be? He thought about it and replied, “Just be original. No matter what you do or what anybody says just be original. Be yourself. Be original.” As a huge Fresh Prince fan, I remember being SUPER nervous at the time and like walking away when he started talking, but he stopped me because he really wanted to make sure I heard what he was saying. I now approach my rap career with these words in mind.

DJ: If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?

SS: I wish it was easier to use other people works to create derivative works. Like I get its copyrighted and you need to be compensated. I don’t get why you are allowed to say no. Let’s make sampling easier. I guess you could disagree with the message your music is being used for, but that’s art. I think it’s meant to be free to grow and evolve. They say you have two deaths: The first is when you die. The second is the last time someone says your name. I want to live forever, baby. Use my music.

DJ: What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself in the next year?

SS: I want to go on tour. I will be dropping my official mixtape early next year. Be on the lookout for Plutography. I want everybody to hear it. I plan to rap all over the world.

DJ: What is your social media? How can people get in contact with you?

SS: You can find me on everything @SantaSallet. You will find me hanging out on Instagram the most. If you want to get in touch head over to my website at and fill out the contact form. Otherwise, don’t be weird and just drop me a message on any of my socials.

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[VIDEO] Kingg Splashh Ft. Showly “Many Tools”

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You ain’t gang get the f*ck out the vehicle”

“Many Tools” @KinggSplashh

When you’re in a small state like Connecticut, there aren’t too many people making high vibe songs unless you’re like independent artist, Kingg Splashh. To start November off right, this drill rapper released a super dope video with Connecticut kinfolk, Showly. Expressing a cool demeanor with aggressive lyrics, the track embodies some of the dopest modern influences in rap.

Music Video Behind the Scenes via @KinggSplashh

I can feel all the hate in the air now/ I was worried back then I don’t care now/I used to be scared I don’t fear now.”

“Many Tools” @KinggSplashh

He can’t afford to be fearful. Granted that his young son, Dior, is looking for his father to be HIM. Think of what makes Connecticut notable and you probably think of nothing but politics. However, the “A.P.E. (About Paper Everyday)” artist is making noise within the music community in the Constitution State. Now, we must recognize that most people aren’t rooting for artists from the north to be the next big thing. Though admittedly, “Many Tools” showcases some of the best musicality in the region and in a very catchy way.

Showly matches the energy very well. The whole squad understood the assignment and that’s all we can ask for! From scene to scene, the performance was well executed and edited.

Whether you’re riding in the car, getting dressed for the day, or watching content for development – this is a great video! Kingg Splashh is winning on all ends.

Watch Kingg Splashh put on for his state in the “More Tools” video. Be sure to connect with him on all platforms to see what he has in store next!







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