[AUSTIN, TEXAS] KB The Boo Bonic makes her debut on NikkiSiixx.com, with her music video for her catchy track BAT SH!T. KB The Boo Bonic is a female emcee that’s pretty badass, reciting her lyrics through golds on the bottom, dark shades, and rocking a pair of bat socks. Love the effects added to the video, which was shot and edited by The Moon Guys. You can catch BAT SH!T on KB The Boo Bonic official mixtape which is set to release early 2016. Be on the look out from more content from KB The Boo Bonic. TWITTER || FACEBOOK || INSTAGRAM ||
[MILWAUKEE/ILLINOIS] Destinee Lynn is a female MC, who is apart of F.G.M (Fantasy Girl Musik). After releasing her Tatted EP on October 1st, Destinee Lynn has been working hard and making herself known. SPAZZ is her official music video after the EP release. Pretty dope considering she has already opened up for such artist like Yung Dro, Juicy J, Juvenile, Gorilla Zoe just to name a few. Destinee Lynn brings her bars into SPAZZ, it’s literally like she’s spazzing out. In the visual for SPAZZ she’s with her homegirls and they’re about to get this money, real quick. Be on the lookout from more from Destinee Lynn, in the near future.
As Caddy Pack makes her debut on NikkiSiixx with her visual to her lead single KANYE, I bring you an exclusive review on her GOOD Mixtape. The twelve track project presents us with different styles to Caddy Packs rhymes. She has the capability to rap fast and on beat. Caddy Pack’s GOOD Mixtape also has features from Waka Flocka Flame, Mello Charmillz, and Young KB. Caddy Pack has impeccable punchlines, that she presents her self with an innovative style to her flows. Caddy Pack should be considered a gem since its rare to find a female artist in her parts of the world. She is always opened to new ideas, especially when it comes to working with music producers from a different range of genres. Caddy Pack is able to write her own rhymes and you might even catch her singing a hook or two. My favorite tracks off the GOOD Mixtape are I Bet She Go, Money In My Pocket, Hustle Grind, Cookies and Bass, and KAYNE.
I BET SHE GO This track continues off the GOOD Intro. Caddy Pack brings that club-crunk vibe along side Atlanta Artist Waka Flocka Flame. She rips it with her fast rhymes while giving us something to bump to.
MONEY IN MY POCKET Is such a fun song! Caddy Pack goes in what she does with the money in her pocket. “IF I LIKE IT. THEN I ROCK IT. I GOT MONEY IN MY POCKET“..its super catchy. I even like how Caddy Pack adds the aggressive growl/roar to the hook. Who wouldn’t want to use their money on things that they want.
HUSTLE GRIND Caddy Pack was able to engage the trap sound that HUSTLE GRIND brings to the table. Also, on the track is with Switzerland Artist Mello Charmillz. I think they both should make more music together. I really like how the song came out as a whole.
COOKIES AND BASS Caddy Pack experiments in the world of EDM with the production that brings us some electronic sounds and some heavy bass. The electronic sounds remind me of an old arcade game sounds (8bit). Caddy Pack takes a witty approach with what she has to say. You can find the visual to this video on her youtube channel: CADDY PACK.
KAYNE represents the person you want to be, someone whose successful and truly believes in themselves. The Beat was produced by Tuny Chris and the video was directed by Marco Giglio. For the track KANYE, I find the hook to be very catchy! This song makes you feel unstoppable. This song is meant for the ones who are confident and are ready to take over the world. Watch now the music video for KAYNE via NikkiSiixx.
Surprisingly, Caddy Pack is only 4’9 Tall but she can fill a room with her energy. Which will leave a fascination with the audience. She gets hundreds of people to call and response to her and her songs even though many hear them for the first time. Until now she has had shows over all Germany and is ready for her international breakthrough. Be on the lookout, I’ll be doing an interview with Caddy Pack soon. And don’t forget to follow her on all her social media links.
Check out the latest visual from Baltimore Maryland female emcee Ms.D’z with FLIGHT 69. Ms.D’z takes us through an encounter she had with another woman and how she wants to take flight with her. As you can see in the visual a woman’s silhouette behind her. Ms.D’z has completely reinvented her brand and image by publicly coming out about her sexuality in her music and standing out with her many tattoos and piercings. Even though she makes her sexuality clear through her music, the men can’t help but listen because they either agree with what she’s saying or because they are fascinated by her whole demeanor. The music video is directed by Gearie “The Grench” Bowman and the insane production by Real Talk Beats. Love how the video was shot in Black and White, really gives the visual a dramatic scene. I like Ms. D’z flow and her charisma. Can’t wait to see what she has in store for her future releases! And don’t forget to watch FLIGHT 69 and Follow Ms. D’z social media accounts to get updated!
I’m talkin’ if you gang affiliated you need to protect your block / I’m not talking about them niggas / I’m talking about a cop watch / We gotta go off
With a vicious tongue and unapologetic stance, Brooklyn’s own L.atasha A.lcindor (L.A.) unleashes on gentrification, police brutality, poor education, the media and gang violence in her latest release from her refreshing Fantastic Planet series. On GO OFF, L.A. goes off, pointing intimidating fingers at the culprits — the system and its henchmen, the cops — without being preachy or predictable. She’s always been “ahead of the boys, running,” she says, but now is the time to stop running, speak up and demand change: We need to police our own communities; shit, we need revolution. We need to GO OFF! And from this record alone, L.A. has me convinced. Just listen to the anguish and passion in her voice, as she spits violently over a stripped down NYC beat, and you tell me you’re not ready to “set it off like Left Eye“.
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The quality of the underground has evolved to a truly amazing level. The internet has gifted latent talent and ability with the tools and outlets to flourish. This track from Chicago soulster Wogz is a perfect example of this type of quality the internet can bring. Forged in modern technologies and culture, influenced by ages of soul and a myriad of genres.
“Love & Commerce” reflects Wogz’s classical interpretations of modern hip hop and rap culture. Aided by a beat of her own production, a killer verse from Henny B, and a voice that brings the feels to the most rugged of men, Wogz spins a story of an ill-advised passion. From this track it’s clear she stands as a woman who knows what she wants, when she wants it, and how.
Her gritty and undeniably feminine sensuality is on full display with “Love & Commerce”. She is a strong, independent force in the Chicago underground. Her music and creative presence brings a beautiful breath of fresh air to city marred by senseless violence and unrelenting thug personas. While this track stands alone as a gifted single from Wogz, her debut mixtape is due out this summer. Keep your eyes peeled and your ears open for Round Midnight Mixtape dropping sometime soon.