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Premiere: MAAD*MOISELLE Has A Message For Her Sugar Daddy On "Sweet & Low"

MAAD*MOISELLE brings back that snappy '70s funk with her new single "Sweet & Low."

MAAD*MOISELLE brings back that snappy '70s funk with her new single "Sweet & Low." After slaying in her A$AP Ferg-assisted "Killa" video, the Washington Heights and New Jersey rep is back to soundtrack the good times with your sugar daddy or momma.

"It was important for me to make the music feel good—I want people to get up, dance and have a great time but also feel the sound," she tells VIBE via email of the #PRODUCEDBYTHEVAMP track. "The '70s played a huge role in creating this record. We just wanted to create something that felt fun and organic. I loved how the music and culture during this decade made people forget about their worries and I want to do the same in the present day."

WATCH: Maadmoiselle Feat. A$AP Ferg ‘Killa’ Video

Don't be surprised if you start grooving at your desk once the beat drops, either. That was MAAD's mission.

"'Sweet and Low' is super sexy, fun, nostalgic and playful," she adds. "You can bump this in your car, on the radio, iPod and iPhone and the groove just takes you over."

Stay tuned for a new full-length project from MAAD*MOISELLE soon.

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Emotional Orange Releases Callings Of Love On "Corners Of My Mind"

Mysterious duo Emotional Oranges are taking a reflective route with "Corners Of My Mind," a gentle ode to an old love.

The track which can be found on the duo's SoundCloud page was inspired by their friend who went through a bad breakup. It seems to be the fitting track towards the end of a coming of age romance where the couple goes their separate ways. In an email to VIBE, the faceless group explained how love was the seed that planted the smooth track.

"I watched a close friend go through an awful heartbreak recently," they said. "This song was birthed by me attempting to reflect on how I would have reacted had it happened to me. The irony is as he was losing love, I was finding new love. It made the whole process of writing it all quite painful."

The LA-based pair croons about a painful love life on the soft pop beat. "It was yesterday/You couldn't look me in my eyes, and then/There was nothing more that I could say/I thought what we had was unbreakable/Guess I was wrong/Opened it up, gave you my all/I know it seemed like you weren't enough/Try to forget, peace and reset/But I can't forgive you no more." 

Emotional Oranges have released just a few singles, including the bouncy bop "Motion" and "Personal" that gained fanfare online.

According to the musical pair's Twitter page, fans can expect a new EP, as well as a tour announcement and "cute merch" following "Corners Of My Mind."

 

it’s going to be an exciting few weeks for the orange gang 🍊! new music, ep + tour announce, cute merch etc can’t wait for you guys to see it all x pic.twitter.com/R6biAHWl26

— Emotional Oranges 🍊 (@emotionalorange) March 19, 2019

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Mello Music Group

Premiere: Nolan The Ninja and Chuck Inglish Give Their '2 Cents'

Two of the best from Midwest drop some lo-fi goodness as Nolan The Ninja calls on The Cool Kids' Chuck Inglish for the new song "2 Cents." On the second single from Nolan's upcoming Mello Music Group debut album Sportee, Nolan and the Cool Kids co-founder trade rhymes over a gritty soundbed by 5yoT. "I'm one of a kind, the type you never find, rarity breeds, follow my seed," Nolan spits, part of a relentless verse he uses to close out the record.

“Chuck and I met months ago and we chopped it up and eventually ended up in the studio,” Nolan told VIBE. “I was just going through joints I had & he told me to keep '2 Cents' rolling. He wrote to it & we knocked it out. I remember him calling it some ‘futuristic Wu shit.”

Detroit has some of the best rappers in the world, and Nolan the Ninja earned his stripes in the city's rap scene for years before signing a deal with Mello Music Group this fall. Sportee will include appearances by Chuck Inglish, T3 (Slum Village), Jaye Prime, Boog Brown & Charlie Smarts of Kooley High. Pre-order your copy, and listen to "2 Cents" below.

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Premiere: Dot Demo Drops The Haunting Visuals For "Phantom of the Opps"

Bronx, NY's own, Dot Demo, has been delivering a consistent string of firey verses through freestyles and his recent release single, “Simmer Down”. Now, the rap all-star has the visuals to his brand new track, “Phantom of the Opps”. Dot Demo’s airy, yet menacing song, produced by GOODMAN21, is brought to life through the chill visual of Dot roaming through an open field while getting lit from a good blunt and Paul Masson. The sinister vibes are felt throughout as he spits rhymes like, “Smoked out like a Shotta/Mask off, can’t tell who shot ‘cha.”

“Phantom of the Opps” is the latest visual from Dot Demo’s new project, Delirium, which is available on all streaming services. If you’re in the New York area, check him out the legendary S.O.B.s on March 28. Tickets are available now.

 

March28th | Dot Demo + Da Homies @SOBsNYC

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— DOT DEMO (@dotdemomusic) February 21, 2019

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