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Civil Selects: JPEGMAFIA, Stockz, Scarlxrd, BbyMutha

Posted on September 20th, 2019
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It’s a good time to be a hip-hop fan. As always, supporting stars on the rise is our mission and this new array of artist give a wide gamut of styles and tastes. Get into these new tracks below and let us know what you think.

Artist: JPEGMAFIA

Bio: is an American rapper and record producer from Baltimore, Maryland. His 2018 album Veteran, released through Deathbomb Arc, received widespread critical acclaim and was featured on many year-end lists. It was followed by All My Heroes Are Cornballs, on September 13, 2019, to further critical acclaim.

Project: All My Heroes Are Cornballs

Favorite songs: Jesus Forgive Me, I Am A Thot, JPEGMAFIA TYPE BEAT, Beta Male Strategies

Artist: Stockz

Bio: also known as “Skateboard Cane”, is a Los Angeles-based recording artist. Beyond his artistry, Stockz has been selected to model for a number of notable brands, including Nike, Jordan brand, New Balance, Finishline, Footaction, BMS France, MLB Korea, Pink Dolphin, Popular Demand, Dope, Moschino, Young & Reckless, Joyrich, Playboy, and FashionNova.

Project: Skateboard Cane

Favorite songs: White Color Crime, Hate Meeting New People, and Higher Place

Artist: Scarlxrd

Bio: is a British musician. He is known for his unusual musical style combining elements of trap music and heavy metal. Formerly a YouTube personality known as Mazzi Maz, Scarlxrd began a career in music as the lead vocalist for nu metal band Myth City, before debuting as a rapper under his Scarlxrd moniker. He rose to prominence after the music video for his single “Heart Attack” gained significant attention, holding over 65 million views on YouTube as of September 2019. He has since released other successful songs, namely “King, Scar”, “6 Feet”, “Berzerk”, and “Head Gxne”.

Song: UP. UP. UP.

Artist: BbyMutha

Bio: is an American rapper. She was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. A single mother to two pairs of twins, bbymutha’s persona is heavily influenced by her experiences of black single motherhood.

Song: Mama Sauce

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