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WhyNotDuce Shows There Are “Two Sides To Every Story” In New Release

If you haven’t been introduced to WhyNotDuce yet, now would be a great time to familiarize yourself with this upcoming artist. With a delivery that is very unique and his captivating ability to bring words to life in his music, WhyNotDuce is proving in his new release, “Two Sides To Every Story”, that he is certainly an artist that everyone should keep their eyes on.

The project “Two Sides To Every Story” is a collection of thoughts, narratives and experiences that gives listeners a deeper look into who WhyNotDuce is as a person and an artist. On the intro to the tape the artist sets the tone for the tape and gives motivation to keep God first, focus on grinding and let their talents “make room for them” in the world. On “Mr West Interlude” a great example of the artists amazing storytelling abilities are shown as he talks about his experience as a college student at Norfolk State University and the struggles of college life, something many listeners will  be able to relate to. “Two Sides To Every Story” also houses some great features as well from other VA artists such as WhyNotGotti, Brax, and VA greats Treez Lowkey and Young Crazy. The project was produced beautifully by Jack TP who has done work with several VA artists such as Antny Rome and Doug Finesse

Check out WhyNotDuce performance at the Mix Madness Showcase on October 12 and listen to “Two Sides To Every Story” here!

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Mack Derico Proves That He Is Taking “No Breaks” With Newest Visual

Mack Derico, an artist who has been bringing a new sound and face to the crunk music genre, has been making quite a name for himelf throughout the last year and with the recent release of his “No Breaks” visual he is continuing to show that he isn’t letting his foot off of the games neck anytime soon.

The artist has recently released a project entitled “Raw Is War” and is keeping the momentum going with the release of this simple yet appealing visual. As far as concepts, the video keeps it pretty straightforward and uncomplicated. The video, shot by Deddy Mobucks, shows multiple shots of the rapper performing in front of a larger than life, crystal clear screen that projects multiple images and videos that co relate to the theme of the songs lyrics. True to the artists style, this visual avoids the stereotypical flashy material most hip hop visuals contain and keeps the focus on the artist and the music while keeping viewers engaged with fresh angles and interesting effects.

Check out Mack Derico “No Breaks” visual here!