Straffiti Hurls Fire – Molotov

Last year, he released his debut EP Vanilla Sky with heavyweight features from M.I. and Afri. He was also featured on Ice Prince’s Hit Me Up (off the C.O.L.D EP) and on M.I.’s Rendezvous playlist (featured on Slow with Blaqbonez)

Today, Straffiti released his debut album Molotov. After the success of the leading single 100benz (featuring Blaqbonez and Psycho YP), Staff fans must’ve expected nothing less from the photographer/videographer/rapper/producer and Straff has delivered. The album gets its amazing music production from Straffiti (the man himself), Remy Baggins, Rexxx, GCl3f, Jay Blakez, Johnson IP, Isaiah and Veen and it features fire collabos from Psycho YP, Blaqbonez, Titxn, Jaiye, Remy Baggins, Tide and Gldyla. Molotov is such an amazing project seeing the artist explore all separate sides of his music ingenious, from Hip-Hop to Trap and even a little R&B.

Listen to Molotov here.

PGM Radio Show with Yung L, Tide, Oma Mahmud

In this episode, Yung L speaks to us about the pressure of success and how he overcame depression.  We also got to premiere new music from Odunsi, Tide and Oma Mahmud.

Rolling – Tide

OddBants artist, Olatide Wright aka Tide has come back with his sincere voice to give us Rolling. The song is Tide’s second release after dropping Feel The Wave earlier this year.

His first feature project Regardless with Jaga put him on our list of people to definitely watch out for. Tide’s voice is hard to ignore; very Aloe Blacc vibes and he brings a sincerity to his art that isn’t always seen this side of the world and so the bar just seems to be going higher with each track this artist puts out; with the unwavering support of his label OddBants Entertainment.

Rolling is a track produced/mixed and mastered by RexOfTheWest and this is Tide’s way of letting you know he’s here, he’s moving mad and you either ride the wave or get swept away. The production of this song is amazing to say the least, and Tide’s naysayers must be very shocked to see this amazing vocalist doing so well considering he’s really only been in the light for a year.

Tide makes good music and we think you would be doing yourself a disservice if you didn’t listen to him.


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