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@TambaHali91 about his biggest play against the STL Rams & new single “The One For Me

St.Louis blogger Whobeta sits down with Kansas City Chiefs Star Linebacker Tamba Hali ro talk about his new single “The One For Me,” the official video & possible remix with Strange Music’s Tech 9ne.

Through out the brief conversation they touch on the once St.Louis Rams & the big play he made against them to keep him in the starting line up for the Kansas City Chiefs, plus he gives his thoughts on the Rams leaving Missouri. Check out the interview below, as well as the new single “The One For Me” produced by Master Craft.

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Listen to Kevo (@ImKevo_ ) “Worth the Wait” Ep

Kevo drops “Worth the Wait” the bridge project to his up coming full length project “King of Motivation. The 6 track ep from the undiscovered artist holds industry standard quality & sound, with features from Miistro Freeyo, Samone Sherrell, & Lil Mone. Check out the playlist below & follow Kevo everywhere.

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Mr. Hey Now ft. Da Roski – “The Play” Official Vide (@freshoutent31)

Freshout Ent CEO Mr.Hey Now gives us “The Play” his new music video that takes us across the north side of St.Louis to the arch grounds as he politics on a Rhythm & Jazz instrumental about the hustle of a fresh out felon in St.Louis. Check it out below, & follow him everywhere.

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From 3 personalities to Party of 5″ with Tripple Thr3at (@Trippl3T)

TrippppProduct of the 80’s Tripple Thr3at is an Omaha entertainer with a tripolar lifestyle where he copes with being a gangster, hustler, & gentleman, & expressing it through music. Spending most of his childhood in Minneapolis discovered his love for entertainment at a young age, when he stared as Simba in his preschools reenactment of the Disney Block Buster “Lion King” & remembers seeing tears of joy from the audience due to his performance. Tripple Thr3at continued with theater through elementary & middle school, but stopped in high school due to peer pressure, & fear of the stigma that came with being involved in Drama in an urban high school.

Trippp.jpgTripple Threat moved back to Omaha during his early teen years, were he was introduced to the street life, but was also introduced to hip hop, after one of his close friends was shot by rival gang members Tripple Thr3at responded with a freestyle that garnered decent feedback. Addicted to the attention he was getting from putting his words together, Tripple Threat began freestyling & writing everyday, even in school, & while hustling in the streets.

Living a fast & crazy life Tripple Threat dropped out of school his senior year, but evenutally got his G.E.D months later, shortly before moving back no Minnesota were he eventually was jailed for Larceny, & drug & weapon possession. Oddly enough the experience changed his life being the 1st time he opened a book, a broadened his vocabulary.He picked up several trades while in prison & developed a love for real estate.

Once out of jail he decided to turn his life around, not just for himself, but as a promise to his mother, who at the time was terminally ill.

Fast Forward 2017 Triple Thr3at is ready to release his 1st solo Ep “Party of 5” expected to drop early April. Described as “Good Ghetto Poetry” the 5 track project will include tracks for the ladies, the hommies, & those who want to hear Bars, with popular records “Paparazzi” & “James Harden” follow him everywhere.

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(New Audio) – @vinaltherapper “Sad But True”

vinLife has a funny way of knocking you down when you ride your high horse. Illinois rapper, Vinal brings that exact feeling to his latest single “Sad But True”. Flaws are part of being human, but Vinal puts his own on full display with lines like “I’m an asshole and I know it/I get money and I’ma blow it” and “My hoe, bitch I’m never home and I’m too detached to notice/I really mind end up homeless” on the pop-sounding single. Vinal shows it’s not all bad even though the truth hurts from time to time.