Rising Female Hip Hop Artist Taddy So Baddy Drops New Track “Meet Me In The Club”

Female Hip Hop artist, Taddy So Baddy is on the rise and she’s taking the rest of us with her. The rapper has been performing her music in front of crowds across Canada. Taddy ( born Lynette Anne George) a Native Canadian has not had an easy life.

Making music has always been a safe place for the artist, a place to work through the pain.  Taddy So Baddy has been compared to  Nicki Minaj and Iggy Azalea, high praise, something the artist finds both inspiring and humbling. Taddy was discovered by her manager Azmi Srouji of Rocme1Unit Continue reading “Rising Female Hip Hop Artist Taddy So Baddy Drops New Track “Meet Me In The Club””

Young Greatness Drops “Bloody Summer”

Gold-selling critically acclaimed New Orleans rapper Young Greatness unveils his first mixtape, Bloody Summer, since his gold plus selling record, “Moolah.” It will be available at all digital retailers Halloween day, October 31, 2017.

Produced by Drumma Boy (Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, Future) and a host of other extraordinary producers, the hypnotic trap beats gives way to a signature melodic chant from Greatness. A seamless fusion of soaring vocals and irresistible production, Bloody Summer represents a natural progression from the gold-certified 2016 breakout smash “Moolah” that turned the artist into a household name.

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“The first time I heard him, I knew he was going to be big,” adds Cash Money Records Co-Founder and Chief Executive Bryan “Birdman” Williams aka Baby. “He’s got a grasp on melody that few artists have. It’s the sound of the future.”

Bloody Summer paves the way for the arrival of more music from Greatness —coming very soon. Young Greatness had already earned an RIAA gold plaque for the smash single “Moolah” as well as the recognition of Forbes, Noisey, The Fader, Complex, and more between releasing standout mixtapes such as 2015’s I Tried To Tell Em and 2016’s I Tried To Tell Em 2. However, his road twisted and turned down an unbelievable path — from NFL prospect to Katrina survivor to convict to underground star — before he reached this point. Now, he’s realized his full potential and is ready to share “Greatness” with the world.