Viic Flair & DaBaby – “Heartless”

Victor Register aka ViiC FlaiR is from a small town in North Carolina, famous for football, Clinton, NC about an hour away from Raleigh, North Carolina’s capital and second-largest city.

When ViiC was born in the struggle, he and his mom lived with his Aunt Doris Ann and then when he was about 3 they moved in with his Uncle Paul in an area called “Da Loop”. Never knowing is dad past the age of 3 his family consists of his mom, his little sister and his little brother.

ViiC’s family was full of athletes and hustlers, especially sports however they grow up was tough just like a lot of people in “Da Loop”, not having a lot of things that you would want as a child.

ViiC started rapping in elementary school listening to a little bit of everything but drawn to Bow Wow, Romeo and especially Nelly (Murphy Lee / St. Lunatic) because they had all the ladies. Coming up in a small town rapping and music was mostly for fun as there was nothing else to get into except trouble. ViiC and his family and friends always had a close bond, always stuck together getting into everything a small town can offer both good and bad.

After losing close friend J Smith, ViiC started taking his music seriously and started investing in himself. Growing up ViiC did not have a favorite artist, over the years Nipsey Hussle became one of his main sources of inspiration.

ViiC FlaiR is a talented songwriter, he designs songs and tells stories that are relatable to everyone. Party songs like “How I’m Feeling”, to personal songs like Trenches fill his catalog and have an effect on everyone who listens. ViiC can also match up with best on songs like “Heartless” feat. Interscope’s Chart Topper Da Baby & “Go” feat. Atlantic Record’s 83 Babies.

It is challenging to describe ViiC’s style of music, ViiC states:

“When I was in high school I was listening to artists like Fab, Jadakiss, Styles P, Big Sean, Drake so you may hear a bit of all of them in my music. Overall, it’s just a vibe, I’m big on Vibes, VIBES Don’t Lie!”

Ou’Ri Cuatro Drops “Twin Dragons”(EP) Ft DaBaby & “Ooze” (Video)

St. Louis artist Ou’Ri Cuatro drops his much anticipated project Twin Dragons which features star rapper DaBaBy on the third song “Bag Mode”. This 10-song project will have you on the edge of your seat, as the beat hits and the St. Louis native delivers punchline after punchline! This rapper is very unique with his grimy lyrics that flow just perfectly with the synth and organ melodies. This is a must listen project of 2019.

If that doesn’t hype you up enough, he also dropped off a incredible video titled “Ooze” which is certainly dripping with bars and style. As he says in the video, it is clear that this rapper is not losing in any way. Between the new project and video, Ou’Ri Cuatro really has cemented himself in the rap game! Follow him on IG/Twitter @OuriCuatros and click the links below to check out the full project and video!

Official Project Link

#NewVideo @Babyjesus704 Intro

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Charlotte’s DaBaby aka Baby Jesus has fun when nobody’s watching in his visual for the Jstacks-produced “Intro” track featured on his latest offering, “God’s Work: Resurrected”. Both the video and project are available below.

DaBaby – God’s Work: Resurrected

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DaBaby, formerly known as Baby Jesus, reloads his recent project with new music as “God’s Work: Resurrected”. The original mixtape features an appearance from Lil Boosie, and production from Sean Da Firzt, JStacks, Slim Hood and Krazy Figz. Listen and purchase the project below.