Exclusive: BENZI enlists Bhad Bhabie, Rich The Kid, 24HRS on debut single, ‘Whatcha Gon Do’

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Exclusive: BENZI enlists Bhad Bhabie, Rich The Kid, 24HRS on debut single, ‘Whatcha Gon Do’Benz

When a producer has been around as long as BENZI has, especially one who has managed to gain such notoriety in various DJ circles, it’s mind-blowing that it has taken this long for his debut solo single to finally reach the masses. But alas, after years of passing personal edits to fans and fellow performers alike, the former TWRK proponent and current SiriusXM jockey has enlisted an all-star crew of rappers to help him unveil his first official solo product, “Whatcha Gon Do.”

The new track is a souped up posse cut featuring bars from Bhad Bhabie, Rich The Kid, and 24HRS. Each has had their own foray with electronic music, with 24 previously linking with Flosstradamus and A-Trak in 2018, and Rich The Kid racking in credits alongside Diplo, DJ Snake, and others. Now the rappers all convene over a bombastic BENZI trap beat, broken up by a chopped up vocal hook that serves as the track’s infectious break. Toeing the lines between trap, hip-hop, and future bass, BENZI comes through with an aced debut single that’s drenched in the producer’s undeniable swagger. Get the first listen to “Whatcha Gon Do” below.

It Might Be Time To Hang Up On Khalid

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Khalid“Rikki Don’t Lose That Number,” “Hanging On The Telephone,” “867-5309/Jenny” — pop music history is strewn with songs where the drama hinges on a phone call. Whether you’re a rapper from Houston, a semi-obscure German laptop-pop act, or a duo of chart-topping divas, … More »

Cardi B, Skrillex, Kygo, Tiësto, and more top phase one of 2019 VELD lineup

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Cardi B, Skrillex, Kygo, Tiësto, and more top phase one of 2019 VELD lineupDjsnake Veld

A veteran of Toronto’s electronic events circuit, VELD Music Festival will bring a balance of dance and hip-hop acts to Downsview Park for the the festival’s 2019 iteration. The first phase of the two-day affair’s lineup features headliners Cardi B, Skrillex, Kygo, and Tiësto. Alesso, Loud Luxury, Zeds Dead, 3LAU, Ekali, FISHER, Shiba San, and Gryffin comprise just another handful of VELD’s additional electronic talent.

On the hip-hop end, VELD so far is locked to see performances from Kodak Black, Jaden Smith, Rich the Kid, and Ski Mask the Slump God, among others. While the star power is evidently in no short supply from start to finish of the phase-one lineup, more remains, as VELD has promised to reveal succeeding phases over the next few months. The all-ages event will take place on August 3 and 4. Tickets to the festival are now available, here.

Cardi B, Skrillex, Kygo, Tiësto, and more top phase one of 2019 VELD lineupVeld Music Festival

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Usher And Rich The Kid Involved In Studio Armed Robbery

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Usher, Rich The Kid, and their posse were attacked earlier today at a West Hollywood recording studio. According to TMZ, as many as ten shots were fired at the famous Westlake Recording Studio. More »

Tyga calls on DJ Snake for ‘Girls Have Fun,’ alongside G-Eazy and Rich The Kid

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Tyga calls on DJ Snake for ‘Girls Have Fun,’ alongside G-Eazy and Rich The KidDj Snake Rukes Ultra 2017 Fiji Water

DJ Snake hits his rap grind with Tyga on their new hip-hop leaner, “Girls Have Fun” featuring G-Eazy and Rich The Kid. Tyga’s vocals glide over a lazy xylophone melody amongst bustling 808s, thumping kicks, and skipping hi-hats further adding to the Parisian DJ’s versatile production cabinet. In typical Tyga fashion, the tantalizing beat yearns for the club as Rich The Kid and G-Eazy provide energy contrast towards the featured artist’s more relaxed style.

DJ Snake has flexed his hip-hop production work with the likes of Travis Scott, Cardi B, French Montana, and Migos in the past. As one of the most successful international producers in the industry, with two singles over the 1 billion mark on Spotify, it only make sense that Snake would continue to return to the rap game—it has definitely proven to be a fitting second home to the Grammy-nominated artist.

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ManCub x Ray J – Sex You Up

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A native of west London and a collaborator with the likes of Mark Ronson and D&B pioneer DJ Fresh, ManCub sets his own sights on superstardom with the release of his debut major label single. After signing with Virgin/EMI, ManCub drops some fresh heat with Ray J in the form of “Sex You Up” and

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Chris Brown’s ‘Heartbreak On A Full Moon Tour’ with 6LACK, Rich The Kid & H.E.R., hits the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre on Saturday, July 28th

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On Saturday, July 28th, Chris Brown’s major Heartbreak On A Full Moon Tour hits Tinley Park’s Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre. It …

Rich The Kid Attacked And Robbed In Home Invasion

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Rich The KidRich The Kid was attacked and robbed in his girlfriend Tori Brixx’s Los Angeles home last night. Sources close to the Atlanta rapper tell TMZ that two masked men entered his house and demanded cash and jewelry, and when Rich tried to fight them off, three more men came in with guns. More »

Juice WRLD Turns SoundCloud Rap Into Toxic Emo-Pop

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Juice-WRLDFifteen years ago, in her Punk Planet column, Jessica Hopper wrote a piece called “Emo: Where The Girls Aren’t.” The piece went about as viral as a zine column could in 2003, and it’s probably still one of the most widely discussed pieces of music criticism that this century has given us. Its … More »

Rich The Kid Fights With Lil Uzi Vert At Starbucks, Releases “Can’t Afford It” With Pusha-T

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Lil Uzi Vert and Rich The Kid have been throwing shots at each other over the past few months. The beef solidified the other day, thanks to an altercation at a Philadelphia Starbucks on Saturday when they were both in town for the Roots Picnic. More »