Jacob Banks moves quietly. Rather than shy away from life’s difficulties, Banks prefers to confront them directly in his songs, often courageously charting into territory over things that are too painful, embarrassing, or difficult to talk about.
At first glance, it seems as though pop music and Arab music — originating in Middle Eastern countries like Egypt, Lebanon, and Syria — do not at all belong in the same category.
Styles P, the celebrated Yonkers rapper known for producing tracks for Mary J. Blige, P. Diddy, The Notorious B.I.G., and Mariah Carey, has released a whopping 13 albums over the course of his 30-year career, most recently debuting Styles David: Ghost Your Enthusiasm in May of 2020. Now, he’s taking the time to pass the mic.
Today, a zealous and viral new rapper hailing from Philly, Drewboy, released a new single titled Traphouse Bounce — a three-minute trip inside the house party the 22-year-old would hold if he wasn’t quarantined in Atlanta.
Sometimes, you have to leave home to truly appreciate it for what it is.
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