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The Lost Boys make their FSD debut with “Aquatic”

Produced by Wildlife Willy and Flako San

Introducing Lik & Nick G, The Lost Boys. The duo makes their debut on our pages with this quick hypnotic joint that brings in a producer team-up from Willy and Flako. The track goes by pretty quickly, but it reveals these guys have cool flows that go together for a crazy chemistry. Hopefully we hear more from them sooner rather than later. Until then, welcome Lost Boys and feast your ears on “Aquatic”. Careful not to drown in it though.

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Chicago

Femdot releases (u)no EP, plus surprise 20/20 Hour compilation

Femdot has without a doubt been one of the most momentum charged artists coming from the city as of late. Over the course of the last year, he’s released 3 EPs, and tonight we get the pleasure of premiering the last of those, plus a secret project of sorts that’s been hiding in front of us this whole time. But, there a story behind the names of the series that we’ve all been dying to hear. We’re gonna let Femi take over as he goes into his process of working on the EPs. His full explanation is included after the jump for your reading pleasure after the jump as you take in his new sounds. Now, at 8pm, the 20th hour of the day, we present to you Femdot’s new (u)no EP, as well as his full 20/20 Hour project.

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Chicago

Dougy links up with Ali, Femdot, Brittney Carter, and Stark for “Operation X”

Producer Dougy has been making appearances on our pages for awhile now working with the likes of New Kingz and SolarFive. Today though, he’s enlisted the help of friends for a crazy new posse cut. Gathering together frequent collaborator Ali, Femdot, and FSD newcomers Brittney Carter and Stark, Dougy provides the perfect backdrop to make sure nobody forgets the bars.

Check out the emceefest on Spotify and SoundCloud after the jump, and on Apple Music here.

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Chicago

Supa Bwe tells us “i hate being alive”, announces “Finally Dead” release date

Produced by JXHNSCXTT

Freddy really not playing with us this time. Supa’s decided to keep the onslaught going and dropped a new one, presumably off his upcoming Finally Dead tape, which you can catch this upcoming Fourth of July. In addition to announcing the release date for that project, he also announced that he’ll be deleting everything off of his formidable SoundCloud. Once deleted, Supa Bwe has rarely allowed old tracks to resurface, so best get your listens in now. Don’t expect any Indepence Day miracles over here.

Press play on Supa Bwe’s latest after the jump.

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Smino drops new single “Father Son Holy Smoke,” releases cover and tracklist for debut album

Produced by THEMpeople, additional instrumentation by Phoelix

As Smino prepares to let loose his official full-length debut next week, he’s decided to slide us another, presumably final, single, and it’s a heater. Needless to say, Smi ability with music is something you don’t get to witness very often, and it’s crazy what he’s capable of. Prior to this, he took to the Internets to give us a look at the project’s official front and back cover art, including the tracklisting. If this new joint, along with all the other singles he’s been releasing, are any indicator, we’re in for something special.

blkswn is set to drop on us on 3/14, but you can call it Lou Day. The project has partner in crime Monte Booker handling the bulk of the production, but catch additional guest soundscapes from THEMpeople, and Phoelix, plus Sango and J. Bird. Smi looks to have kept it smooth and tapped his big cousin Drea Smith, Akenya and Via Rosa, for features. Plus, Ravyn Lenae, Bari, and Jay2, the other members of Zero Fatigue, make mandatory appearances. Personally, I’m most excited for something called “Netflix and Dusse”.

Check out “Father Son Holy Smoke” below, then feast your eyes on the dope cover art and tracklist for blkswn.

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