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Wait, Who Has the Most Grammys of All-Time?

Today, we take a dive into a prevalent question in the world of music: who has the most Grammys? Though we’ve covered the most decorated rappers from the Grammys and the ceremony’s most notable performances, it’s time we get down to business, and unearth the winningest creatives of all-time in the Grammy-verse.

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The Grammys are one of the most prestigious awards in the music industry. They were first presented in 1959, and since then, they have been awarded annually to musicians in a variety of categories. Over the years, the Grammys have undergone several changes, including the addition of new award categories and the expansion of eligibility criteria. Today, the Grammys are widely considered to be the highest honor that a musician can receive. Past winners include some of the biggest names in music. Every year, the Grammys give us a chance to celebrate the best and brightest in the music industry, highlighting some of the most major accomplishments in this particular creative field.

Being nominated for a Grammy is enough of an honor, forget about winning one. The artists we’re about to put you onto are far beyond that major achievement; one clearly wasn’t enough for them to settle and get comfortable. As difficult as winning a Grammy is, this group of creative masterminds makes it look like a walk in the park. Now, let’s get to it.

10. U2

Total Grammy Wins: 22

First Grammy Win: Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal (1987)

At number ten on our list sits the legendary Irish band, U2. This group is the winningest band in Grammy history. Formed in 1976, U2 has come a very long way since their early days. They boast 22 total Grammy wins, and have been nominated for the award over 40 times.

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9. John Williams

Total Grammy Wins: 24

First Grammy Win: Album Of Best Original Score Written For A Motion Picture Or A Television Special (1975)

Ever heard of Jaws? Star Wars? Schindler’s List? Well, of course you have. This legendary composer has scored some of the most timeless movies ever, and has made them all the more memorable with his unbelievable music-making abilities. At number nine on our list is John Williams, with 24 total wins. Is anybody else having flashbacks to the Whitest Kids U’Know skit about this esteemed producer and his easily recognizable works?

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8. Stevie Wonder

Total Grammy Wins: 25

First Grammy Win: Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male (1974)

Stevie Wonder – isn’t he lovely? Well, with 25 Grammy awards to his name, it’s hard to hate on this soulful staple of the music world. He has set a Grammy record by winning five or more awards on three separate nights. Stevie has inspired generations of people, proving that blindness can’t stop him from becoming one of the top 10 winningest musicians in Grammy history.

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7. Vladimir Horowitz

Total Grammy Wins: 25

First Grammy Win: Best Classical Performance – Instrumental Soloist Or Duo (Without Orchestra) (1963)

From the 1960’s to the 1990’s, there wasn’t a decade where Vladimir Horowitz didn’t win a Grammy. Talk about impressive; as time progressively changed the industry around him, Vladimir Horowitz managed to never lose his Midas-touch. This piano-playing virtuoso has five songs in the Grammy Hall of Fame and a Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award (1990), not to mention the 25 awards that landed him the number 7 spot on our list today.

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6. Pierre Boulez

Total Grammy Wins: 26

First Grammy Win: Album Of The Year, Classical and Best Opera Recording (1967)

Pierre Boulez is yet another musical visionary who’s made their way onto this list for good reason. With 26 Grammy wins to his name, Pierre Boulez has landed himself at number six on our list. This French composer, conductor, and writer lived a long and extraordinary life, up until his passing in 2016. Utilizing the works of Bela Bartók, Claude Debussy, and Alban Berg as a conductor, he made his name more than known to The Recording Academy. A year before his passing, Pierre Boulez was presented The Recording Academy’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

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5. Chick Corea

Total Grammy Wins: 27

First Grammy Win: Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group (1975)

In the realm of jazz music, Chick Corea is nothing short of a superstar. The jazz mastermind has accumulated 27 total Grammy awards thanks to his notable composition skills. To win 27 Grammys is no easy feat, but for the genre of jazz, it’s damn near impossible. Jazz is one of the most complex genres in existence (if not the most), especially due to the improvisation techniques it entails.

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4. Alison Krauss

Total Grammy Wins: 27

First Grammy Win: Best Bluegrass Recording (1990)

Alison Krauss holds the record for the female country artist with the most Grammys, at 27 total wins. With her backing band, Union Station, she garnered 14 of her 27 wins. You might recognize her song “I’ll Fly Away” or “Same Old Train,” which each bear nearly 30 million streams on Spotify alone. Alison Krauss is a shining example for country artists in the world of The Recording Academy.

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3. Beyoncé

Total Grammy Wins: 28

First Grammy Win: Best R&B Song (2001)

Queen Bey is no stranger to the Grammy stage, and in fact, she’s the winningest female act in Grammy history. She’s also actually tied for the most wins in one night for a female act (tied with Adele at 6). As if her amount of wins isn’t impressive enough, Beyoncé has been nominated for 79 Grammy awards. That’s right… 79. Let’s not pretend for a second that this is normal by any means.

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2. Quincy Jones (28)

Total Grammy Wins: 28

First Grammy Win: Best Original Jazz Composition (1963)

Quincy Jones had his hand in some of the most incredible works of musical art in the late 20th century. Thus, that’s how the brilliant musical mind has made his way to number two on our list, with 28 total Grammy wins. Did we mention he’s one of only 15 artists to be awarded the Grammy Legend Award? Quincy Jones played a crucial role in Michael Jackson’s Thriller album, amongst many other notable works. To say he’s a music great would still somehow be an understatement for this generational talent.

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1. Sir Georg Solti

Total Grammy Wins: 31

First Grammy Win: Best Opera Recording (1962)

At the number one spot on this list is the late conductor, Sir Georg Solti, with 31 Grammy wins overall. This is arguably the most impressive feat in music. In 1962, he grabbed his first Grammy award: Best Opera Recording for his rendition of Verdi’s Aida. Though he passed away in 1997, Sir Georg Solti’s legacy will live on forever. It’ll be interesting in years to come to watch as artists try to dethrone Sir Georg Solti and his record of 31 Grammy wins; at this point, if anyone could do it, it’d likely be Beyoncé.

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The Best Music Festivals to Attend in the US

The best music festivals are like no other type of event in the world. There’s something special about the sheer volume and energy of the crowds that are attracted to these massive gatherings. Today, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best music festivals you need to consider attending in the remainder of the year. While many of the festivals are yet to release the specifics for their 2023 events, we’ve featured their 2022 productions and any other details that have emerged.

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1. Pitchfork Music Festival (July 15-17)
Pitchfork

Location: Chicago, IL

Featuring: Earl Sweatshirt, Toro y Moi, The Roots

Known for the sophistication of their music taste, Pitchfork tends to deliver. Their festival is just as tightly curated as their blog, which has become a staple in the music community. This year’s event includes some impressive headliners, as well as up-and-comers worth noting.

2. Lollapalooza (July 28-31)
Lollapalooza

Location: Chicago, IL

Featuring: Metallica, Green Day, Lil Baby

Lollapalooza: the name says it all. Every year since 1991, Lollapalooza has presented a spectacular show in Chicago. In the time since, they’ve expanded to other countries and have developed a major reputation for quality entertainment. The Chicago festival is a classic, and it seems like they’ve got this year’s in the bag.

3. Newport Jazz Festival (July 29-31)
Newport Jazz Festival

Location: Newport, RI

Featuring: BADBADNOTGOOD, Norah Jones

Jazz has been making a pretty large resurgence in recent years, especially in recent months. I mean, a few weeks ago my 18 year-old brother put me onto a Miles Davis song that he found on TikTok. That says quite a lot. The Newport Jazz Festival is a special one; it’s been running since 1954. They’ve got an abundance of talent and a history of delivering.

4. Outside Lands (August 5-8)
Outside Lands

Location: San Francisco, CA

Featuring: Kali Uchis, Post Malone, SZA

San Francisco is one of the most beautiful cities in the country, and Outside Lands‘ lineup has one of the most beautiful lineups we’ve seen this year. With underground talent and headliners to entertain concert-goers, they’ve got just about every slice of music you could want.

5. This Ain’t No Picnic (August 27-28)
This Ain’t No Picnic

Location: Pasadena, CA

Featuring: Tems, Mac Demarco, Isaiah Rashad

It’s a crime that Tems’ name isn’t at the very top of the list after the year she’s been having, but that’s just about the only critique we could have of This Ain’t No Picnic. Their cup runneth with talent: Kaytranada, The Strokes, Earl Sweatshirt, LCD Soundsystem, Le Tigre, Beach House, and even underground gems like Junior Varsity and Brandon.

6. Day N Vegas (September 2-4)
Day N Vegas

Location: Las Vegas, NV

Featuring: Playboi Carti, Travis Scott, Trippie Redd

Day N Vegas is one of the most well-curated festivals we’ve seen in recent times. Their lineup is so good, even the smallest sized font on the bill is used for acts who most people know. Day N Vegas is surely a standout for the remainder of the year.

7. Made in America (September 3-4)
Made in America

Location: Philadephia, PA

Featuring: Bad Bunny, Tyler, the Creator, Lil Uzi Vert

Jay-Z‘s Made in America festival is one of the most reputable festivals in the United States. At the start of September, as summer is nearing its end, you can catch some world-famous talent in Philadelphia. This year’s lineup includes Kodak Black and Burna Boy (as well as the featured acts we mentioned above).

8. Rolling Loud Toronto (September 9-11)
Rolling Loud Toronto

Location: Toronto, Ontario (also in Miami, NYC, Portugal, San Francisco, and more)

Featuring: Future, Dave, Lil Yachty

Rolling Loud has built a superior reputation after starting from small shows in Florida. It is hip-hop’s premier festival, and the Toronto event is the only show they throw in Canada. This year’s lineup is absolutely insane; this has become the standard set by Rolling Loud.

9. High Ground Music Festival (September 10-11)
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Location: Denver, CO

Featuring: TroyBoi, CHROMEO, Tokimonsta

Electronic music fans, this one’s for you. High Ground Music Festival takes place at Denver Polo Club, and is heavily geared towards the biggest Electronic fans. With some of the most highly regarded names in the genre making appearances, this one should be marked in your calendar for years to come. Outside of the names listed above, some of the most notable talent includes Shallou, Elohim, Slenderbodies, and Aluna (of Aluna George).

10. Primavera Sound L.A. (September 16-18)
Primavera Sound L.A.

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Featuring: Clairo, Arctic Monkeys, PinkPantheress

In addition to the majorly impressive headliners mentioned above, if you’re planning on going to Primavera Sound L.A., then you should expect to see Khruangbin, King Krule, Lorde, James Blake, Tierra Whack, and Stereolab as well. For indie music lovers, this is your go-to stop on our list.

11. Firefly Music Festival (September 22-25)
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Location: Dover, DE

Featuring: T-Pain, Isaiah Rashad, Dua Lipa, Green Day

Music festival fans are mostly aware of this four-day banger at the Dover Motor Speedway in Delaware. This year’s festivities mark the ten-year anniversary of Firefly, and they came to show out. The lineup is beautifully curated, catering to all sorts of music tastes. In addition to the names mentioned above, the festival welcomed Weezer, Jungle, Porter Robinson, and Bakar, to name a few.

12. Austin City Limits (October 7-9, 14-16)
Austin City Limits

Location: Austin, TX

Featuring: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Flume, Lil Durk

Last but not least is Austin City Limits, which is set to take place at the very start of fall in October. Omar Apollo, Oliver Tree, Lucky Daye, BIA, Benee, and The Marias are some of the many talented stars who are slated to perform at this year’s festival. There’s so much upper-echelon talent, they used one font size throughout the whole bill.

13. AFROPUNK (September 10-11)
AFROPUNK

Location: Brooklyn, NY (as well as Atlanta, Minneapolis)

Featuring: The Roots, Burna Boy, Isaiah Rashad, Lucky Daye, Freddie Gibbs, Tierra Whack, Earl Sweatshirt, Mick Jenkins, BbyMutha

AFROPUNK was created back in 2005 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York, and in the time since, has put a heavy focus on providing platforms for black artists, both big and small. The festival’s curation has always been on point, and has somehow only managed to improve over time. As of 2022, their lineup once again featured some of the most popular names amongst the culture: The Roots, Burna Boy, Freddie Gibbs, Tierra Whack, Earl Sweatshirt, and more.

14. Bonnaroo (June 16-19)
Bonnaroo

Location: Manchester, TN

Featuring: Gryffin, Blu DeTiger, J. Cole, Isaiah Rashad, Disclosure, Illenium, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Still Woozy, 21 Savage, 100 Gecs

As they always have, Bonnaroo came through with a seamless production for 2022. This past year’s lineup featured the likes of 21 Savage, Disclosure, Arlo Parks, Weather Station, J. Cole, Machine Gun Kelly, and Stevie Nicks, just to name a few. As this upcoming year’s festivities approach, fans are anxiously awaiting another successful production featuring Gryffin, Blu DeTiger, J. Cole, Isaiah Rashad, Disclosure (yes, again), Illenium, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Still Woozy, and 100 Gecs. Talk about an ability to curate. Bonnaroo knows exactly what’s going on, and gives fans their fill accordingly.

15. Desert Daze (September 30 – October 2)
Desert Daze

Location: Lake Perris, CA

Featuring: Tame Impala, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Beach House, BADBADNOTGOOD, The Marías, JPEGMAFIA, Men I Trust, Babe Rainbow

Desert Daze is a festival that was founded by talent director Phil Pirrone back in 2012, as he was hoping to throw a festival in block-party format. In the ten years since, the festival has endured quite a steady burst of growth. As of this year, their lineup stood tall compared to their copious amount of competitors, featuring artists like Tame Impala, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Beach House, BADBADNOTGOOD, The Marías, JPEGMAFIA, Men I Trust, Babe Rainbow, and many, many more. It’s always impressive seeing a relatively new name in the festival mix, especially when they’re building a reputation of quality and quantity at the same time. Desert Daze has come a long way since their start in 2012, and is ready to compete with the best of the best in the festival game at this point.

Conclusion

That sums it up for our list of the best music festivals to check out for this upcoming year. Take a good look at each festival and its respective lineup, and take your pick! You can’t go wrong with any of these choices.

And if you’re looking to get familiar with some of the up-and-coming underground acts in the music scene, check out our Curiously Curated series. Before you know it, they’ll be on this tier of festival lineups, and then, some are sure to be eventually headlining. There’s not many better feelings than being early on talent (and festivals, too, for that matter).

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15 Best DaBaby Features, Ranked

Finding the best DaBaby features is a pretty time-consuming activity, so we decided it’d only be right if we made it even easier for you. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the best features from the North Carolina artist, going down the list from number 15 to number 1.

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So without further ado, as DaBaby would say, LET’S GOOOOOO.

15. Blacc Zacc – “Tuesday (feat. DaBaby)” (2019)
Interscope Records

Over the years, we’ve heard way more than fifteen features from DaBaby. “Tuesday” with Blacc Zacc managed to make the cut for today’s list, and for good reason.

Notable Lyrics: “And I don’t give a fuck if it was just a couple hundred
I’m still gon’ need my motherfuckin’ money (Still gon’ need my motherfuckin’ money)”

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14. Young T & Bugsey – “Don’t Rush (feat. DaBaby) – Remix” (2020)
Black Butter Limited

In 2020, the Nottingham, UK duo Young T & Bugsey dropped off quite the memorable song with DaBaby, at a time when he was one of the hottest feature options on the market. “Don’t Rush” is one of their best, and in part, thanks to DaBaby. He wasn’t the only one to get on a remix for this record, but nonetheless, this one stood out.

Notable Lyrics: “Don’t rush, take your time with it
I pull up Lamborghini with the dime in it

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13. Rich The Kid – “Laughin (feat. DaBaby)” (2021)
Rich Forever Music / EMPIRE

DaBaby played a role on Rich The Kid’s 2021 album, Lucky 7, with his feature for “Laughin.” This song is a top contender on a project packed with features from notable talents.

Notable Lyrics: “Diamonds on me dancin’, they dancin’ like a TikTok”

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12. Trippie Redd – “Death (feat. DaBaby)” (2019)
10k Projects

When DaBaby and Trippie Redd link up for a record, you know something special is bound to come from it. On this particular song, the two each gave fans some of their best at a time when they were two of the most talked-about artists in the world.

Notable Lyrics: “Look at a pic right now and the pic back then
It’s not the same pic, I’m with the same clique
I’m with Trippie Redd (Yeah)”

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11. YoungBoy Never Broke Again – “Thug of Spades (feat. DaBaby)” (2020)
Atlantic Records

NBA Youngboy has been absolutely dominating the charts for a while now, and in 2020, he enlisted the help of DaBaby for one of his seemingly countless releases. The aggressive styles of both artists is a perfect fit, as DaBaby surely noted, considering his several songs which feature the likes of Youngboy.

Notable Lyrics: “They say I’m remindin’ n*ggas of Pac
Keep playin’ around on that camera phone, they gon’ find a n*gga he shot”

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10. Finesse2tymes – “Luv N Hip-Hop (feat. DaBaby)” (2022)
Atlantic Records

We recently covered Finesse2tymes, highlighting his major come-up since he was released from jail. He’s put his head down and straight grinded ever since. Within that particular string of releases is a gem with DaBaby, called “Luv N Hip-Hop.”

Notable Lyrics: “She wanna love on a rapper
What she think, this love and hip hop?
I’m in this bitch with a big Glock
By myself with this big pretty wristwatch”

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9. OHGEESY – “Get Fly (feat. DaBaby)” (2021)
Atlantic Records

OHGEESY is arguably the most popular member of Shoreline Mafia, and since the group’s massive entrance to the hip-hop scene, he’s developed quite an impressive solo career. Within his collection of top songs is “Get Fly,” which features DaBaby. Check it out for yourself.

Notable Lyrics: “How you get the money to pay for studios way back then? (How you do that there?)
Caught the boxes from the mailman (Go)”

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8. 24kGoldn – “Coco (feat. DaBaby)” (2020)
Records Label, LLC / Columbia

24kGoldn has made a habit of hit-making over the years, and in that time, he connected with DaBaby for one of his best: “Coco.” This song was all over TikTok, which then dispersed across other platforms. Lo and behold: a hit from 24kGoldn and DaBaby.

Notable Lyrics: “Gettin’ to know me right now is highly unlikely
‘Cause I still remember the days when people like you ain’t like me, bitch”

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7. Quality Control – “Pink Toes (feat. Offset, DaBaby, and Gunna)” (2019)
Quality Control / UMG Recordings

In 2019, Quality Control (also known as QC) unveiled a mega-project featuring some of the biggest names in the business. One of the project’s standouts was “Pink Toes,” which included Offset, DaBaby, and Gunna.

Notable Lyrics: “I’m DaBaby, but your baby daddy really wanna be me (Ah)
Tryna bite the move, he always watch me on your TV”

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6. Future – “Life Is Good (feat. Drake, DaBaby, and Lil Baby) – Remix” (2020)
Epic Records / Sony Music Entertainment

Any Future song that has been released is an addictive glance into the artist’s one-of-a-kind lifestyle. His “Life Is Good” record with Drake just so happens to be one of his best. On this particular remix, he enlisted the help of DaBaby and Lil Baby, on the heels of the collab they had in 2019 (which we’ll mention next). It ended up being one of the best DaBaby features ever.

Notable Lyrics: “You know how they do when you poppin’
You know Baby can’t do all that talkin'”

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5. Quality Control – Baby (feat. Lil Baby and DaBaby)” (2019)
Quality Control / UMG Recordings

Now that we’ve made our way into the top 5, it gets serious. There’s some crazy competition amongst these spots. As mentioned on our number 6 spot, this DaBaby and Lil Baby collab has made its way onto our list at number 5.

Notable Lyrics: “The label’s CEO keep beggin’ me to keep the gun up
They know, you play with Baby, Baby beat him, cut up”

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4. SpotemGottem – “Beat Box 3 (feat. DaBaby)” (2021)
Rebel / Geffen Records

SpotemGottem is highly underrated. I’ll say it again: SpotemGottem is highly underrated. This song in particular is his most well known, but you’d be doing yourself a disservice if you didn’t check out the rest of his catalog. On the third remix of his “Beat Box” series which went viral on TikTok, DaBaby came in to offer even more buzz for the record.

Notable Lyrics: “I was the man with the plan since a shawty, pull up to the Grammy Awards with my .40”

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3. Pop Smoke – “For The Night (feat. Lil Baby and DaBaby)” (2020)
Victor Victor / Republic Records / UMG Recordings

On Pop Smoke’s posthumous album Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon, there was a lot of dissonance in the community about if he would’ve planned on dropping these particular feature-heavy songs himself. However, this one with DaBaby and DaBaby was hard to disagree on. Of all the best DaBaby features, this is a clear standout.

Rest in peace to Pop Smoke. You are missed dearly.

Notable Lyrics: “I’m livin like Thriller, I only come out at the night time”

2. Lil Yachty – “Oprah’s Bank Account (feat. Drake and DaBaby)” (2020)
Quality Control / UMG Recordings

At number two, we have one of DaBaby’s most memorable songs of all-time, “Oprah’s Bank Account.” With Drake and Lil Yachty as your comrades on a song like this, it’s hard to miss. This song had a promo run that you’d probably expect with any Drake song at this point, which is a compliment, not a knock. Seriously, all around this one was hard to miss in 2020.

Notable Lyrics: “I ain’t mad at ’em, baby (Let’s go)
If I seen’t you out, me too would be up on you crazy (Let’s go)

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1. Dreamville – “Under The Sun (feat. J. Cole, Lute, and DaBaby)” (2019)
Dreamville / Interscope Records

At the number one spot on our list for the best DaBaby features is “Under The Sun” from Dreamville’s project Revenge Of The Dreamers III. This song in particular made DaBaby shine even harder at a time when he was already blowing up everywhere. J. Cole and DaBaby was a perfect combo that we would have never guessed ourselves. It actually ended up being the very first song on the album.

Notable Lyrics: “I just put diamonds on all of my teeth, now they probably think I ain’t intelligent. In the homicide unit interrogation, asking questions, you know I ain’t tell ’em shit. Bitches call me a jock, all-American. I’m at the top of my class with my lettermen

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YSL Rapper BSlime Set to Unveil New Album, ‘Love Me or Don’t’

BSlime is a rapper signed to YSL (Young Stoner Life Records) who has set a very sturdy foundation for the next chapter of his career. Based on what we heard in our interview yesterday, that next chapter sounds like it starts with the release of his upcoming project, Love Me or Don’t.

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In our interview, we discussed a breadth of topics, from the new sound he’s introducing with Love Me or Don’t to his close-knit relationship with the late Lil Keed, and much more, BSlime explained a lot to us.

If you didn’t already know, BSlime is Young Thug’s nephew, and goes way back with many of your favorite rappers. He’s built for rap success, and his excitement about his upcoming project was contagious. In the last three months, BSlime’s Spotify monthly listeners have gone up 35.2k (101.9%) and his Instagram following has grown by 12.2k (12.64%).

BSlime is a YSL young gun, whose skill, dedication to growth, and principles have put him in an advantageous position. If you were to take a look at his Spotify, you’d notice some impressive feats: millions of total streams across his music, as well as features alongside Future, Don Toliver, Young Thug, Lil Keed, and many more iconic acts.

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I think I got an old soul, to be honest.

BSlime shared with us how he believes he has an old soul, proven by his dedication to bumping old R&B classics and akin old-school Atlanta hits. Considering his listening habits and his focus on unveiling his new sound, you have to wonder: what is this new sound going to be like?

On the topic of rap pioneer Lil Keed (may he rest in peace), BSlime shared just how close the two were before his tragic passing. As it turns out, BSlime and Keed were as close as can be; they were best friends way before the fame. This special friendship would only grow as time went on, and now, BSlime honors his memory every day. This was made readily apparent with the enormous Keed chain that BSlime sported to the office. It’s safe to say Keed would be proud of where BSlime is at now, and where he’s headed.

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We’ve been familiar with BSlime for a while now, but if you haven’t, be sure to take a look at the first single off his upcoming project, Love Me or Don’t, featuring Persona Jackson. The song was released at the end of October, and is already nearing 100k streams on Spotify alone. From what we were told yesterday, it seems like we should expect the project to be released within the next few weeks.

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21 Savage’s Net Worth: How Much Has He Racked Up?

“21 Savage net worth” has been a trending Google search, and for good reason. 21 Savage is one of the most popular rappers in the game right now, especially on the heels of Her Loss, his collaborative album with the 6 God himself, Drake. With a reported net worth of somewhere between $12 million and $15 million, 21 Savage is adding to the pile as you’re reading this right now.

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21 Savage’s Early Life

21 Savage was born in London and moved to Atlanta at the age of 7 with his mother. Many don’t know he’s actually cousins with fellow prominent rapper Young Nudy.

21 Savage Career

21 Savage first burst onto the scene with mixtapes such as The Slaughter Tape (2015), Free Guwop (2015) and underground dominance. In 2016, he dropped off his classic collaborative EP with Metro Boomin, Savage Mode. A year later, he followed up with his debut album, Issa Album. The 2017 project peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and featured the hit song, “Bank Account.”

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On Halloween 2017, Savage, Metro and Migos’ member Offset blessed fans with the collaborative tape, Without Warning. 21 followed that strong display up with his sophomore album i am > i was in 2018. 21’s second album housed contributions from Travis Scott, Childish Gambino, Post Malone, City Girls and others. It also was awarded a Grammy for the J. Cole-assisted single, “A Lot.”

In 2020, 21 and Metro Boomin unveiled the second edition of their Savage Mode series with Savage Mode II. Featuring appearances from Morgan Freeman, Drake, Young Thug and Young Nudy, Savage Mode II became 21 Savage’s second album to land at No. 1 on the Billboard album charts.

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This takes us to his most recent album, Her Loss, which just dropped on November 4th. The collab album with Drake became 21’s third No. 1 album. The chart-topping project moved 404,000 album equivalent units in its opening week.

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21 Savage’s rise to fame is largely due to his ear for melody and his knack for making catchy hooks. But it’s also due to his work ethic; since breaking onto the scene in 2016, 21 Savage has done “a lot” (catch the pun?). He’s also been featured on songs with some of the biggest names in rap, including Drake, Cardi B, and Post Malone. In case you can’t tell, 21 Savage has been grinding non-stop since he first hit the mainstream.

As of November 11, 2022, 21 Savage’s list of accolades looks something like this: he made the Forbes Music 30 for 30 list in 2019, he went platinum by the RIAA for i am > i was and Issa Album (not to mention his 17 platinum single certifications), he hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 with two separate songs, along with 63 entries and ten top 10 entries. Additionally, he’s had two number one albums on the Billboard 200 chart, with five overall, and four top 10 entries.

What Is 21 Savage’s Net Worth?

Of course, all that hard work has paid off handsomely. According to Celebrity Net Worth, 21 Savage is currently worth an estimated $12 million. That might not seem like a lot compared to some of the other rappers out there (Drake, for example, is worth an estimated $150 million), but it’s still a pretty penny. Thanks to his ability, ear for music, business acumen, and work ethic, 21 Savage has managed to amass a fortune of $12 million.

You might be wondering how exactly 21 came to possess this notable amount of money. Well, here’s a breakdown of how his wealth came to be. Firstly, 21 Savage owns 100% all of his masters under his contract with Sony’s Epic Records. This it not a typical happenstance in hip-hop, or music in general, for that matter. This means he’s collecting money from every utilization of his song, and all of it. Additionally, he added in an interview that he’s the main breadwinner of the partnership in his 70/30 deal with Epic Records.

21 Savage’s Live Performances

Now, onto the most prominent money-maker in music: booking. For ages, booking has been artists’ go-to for bringing in revenue, and this is one of 21 Savage’s top-performing areas (no pun intended). He’s been touring like a madman ever since 2016. He’s done tours with other artists like Lil Uzi Vert, J. Cole, Young Thug, Metro Boomin, Gucci Mane, and even brands like Worldstar and Monster Energy.

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Other Ventures

That appropriately segues to our next area of discussion: brand partnerships. 21 has worked with brands like PlayStation, SNIPES, RtA, and many other noteworthy names with similar reputations. This is yet another example of how the rapper has turned his music into a much bigger business for himself. Additionally, he’s invested his money wisely into Sound.xyz, a web3 platform dedicated to helping artists with funding.

21 Savage and Drake were just hit with a lawsuit from the publisher of Vogue Magazine, Condé Nast, for using the Vogue brand as a part of their faux press run to promote Her Loss. Hopefully, this won’t alter 21’s financial standing for the worse. They had to be considering that this would happen, right?

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Get Familiar With SleazyWorld Go and His Robust Rap Career

Yesterday, we caught up with SleazyWorld Go in an interview at the ONE37pm office in New York City. The rapper shared a lot with us, including the reasoning behind the title of his new project, his roots, linking with G Herbo, and what his bright future is looking like specifically.

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When we asked about the inspiration behind his project, SleazyWorld Go had this to say:

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I mean, my son, he inspires all of my music. My kids, they inspire all of my music. It’s really about being 100 though, and having a chip on my shoulder. Coming from where I’m coming from, people really don’t make it. We’ve got the odds stacked against us.

This gave plenty of insight into the fire that fuels his upwards journey in the music scene. The rapper has been dropping music since 2020, and went his first two consecutive years dropping music without any features, making his breadth of talent abundantly clear.

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SleazyWorld Go hit it big when he dropped “Sleazy Flow” in 2021, which currently boasts over 36 million streams on Spotify. Shortly after, the Michigan-born artist dropped a string of singles, “Baghdad Flow,” “What They Gon Do,” and “Let Me Talk My Shit, Part 3,” all of which helped to continue cementing his impending come-up. After these, SleazyWorld Go dropped off a remix to his “Sleazy Flow” record, featuring none other than Lil Baby. This record now has over 51 million streams on Spotify, not to mention a similar level of numbers on other platforms.

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To follow up this massive song, SleazyWorld Go released another star-backed hit “Step 1,” which is nearing 20 million streams on Spotify. From strategy to network and execution, SleazyWorld Go is demonstrating he’s got every necessary piece of the puzzle in his career. Only thing to do now is continue going up. Check out his latest single (and video) with G Herbo below. Also, be sure to keep an eye out for his brand new album on Friday, called Where The Shooters Be. From what we gauged in our interview, the 21-track album is set to be his best yet.

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A Deeper Look at whiterosemoxie and His Graceful Rap Emergence

For those familiar with the underground music scene, whiterosemoxie shouldn’t be a new name to you. Over the course of the past three years, he’s been stamping his name as a top contender in the underground.

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I’d like to say my shit is realism. Even down to the way the beat is made.

Whiterosemoxie was born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in Detroit, MI. This is just a piece of the vivid, soulful background that fuels his music to be made the way it is. He’s been dropping music ever since his initial release in 2019, “whitegold,” which currently sits at over 8 million streams on Spotify alone. Yes, his first song ever boasts those type of numbers.

From “whitegold,” whiterosemoxie pushed forward in a graceful manner, dropping off his 2019 twotone EP to follow up his initial success. On this EP, you’ll find his second sequential hit, “weneverdie,” which has run up over two million Spotify streams to date. It also features three other songs besides “whitegold” and “weneverdie”: “badthang,” “american (interlude),” and “7seven7.”

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After twotone, moxie continued to drop off singles throughout 2019 and 2020, up until his debut album release in 2020, white ceilings. This album features two of his top performing songs, “trix” and “west side boys.”

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Since this debut album drop, he’s dropped of two albums, grae ceilings and TROJAN, as well as a string of singles. In this burst of new music, he gave fans collaborations with prominent artists like Sam Austins, midwxst, and Tom The Mailman. His collab with midwxst actually just broke 1 million streams on Spotify, so a round of congratulations is in order for whiterosemoxie. Did we mention Hivemind shot the video for their collab?

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As if all of that isn’t reason enough to stream his work, he just unveiled a brand new single, “Wayside,” which is set to lead off his upcoming album, human behavior. With all the context we know about whiterosemoxie, this album is sure to be something special. Check out his latest single “Wayside” in the link below, and be ready to stream his album when it drops next month.

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916frosty Is Helping Shape Today’s Genre-less Sound in Music

916frosty is helping to lead a meaningful charge in music. In today’s music world, one of the primary changes that’s occurred is a shift away from strict, rigid genre definitions. 916frosty has been one of the most discussed names in the underground when it comes to this particular notion.

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As soon as he started to drop music on DSPs in 2018, 916frosty has been greeted with streaming success. His first release, “False Alarm,” has over 1.2 million streams on Spotify alone, which is no easy feat. We see up-and-comers with budding fanbases all of the time, but rarely do we see something like this.

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Though we’re early, we’re not the first outlet to cover 916frosty; the ones who already have covered him have also similarly noted his genre-bending, futuristic sound. It’s no mystery that 916frosty is at the forefront of this movement in the music scene, and the young talent has the receipts to prove it.

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If you think his 1.2 million-stream bearing debut release is impressive, boy will you be shocked by this: 916frosty has 10 other songs with more streams comprising his ‘top tracks’ section on Spotify, the biggest of which, “enough,” is at over 45 million streams. Frosty has two other songs that have over 10 million streams on Spotify, “FRIDAY” and “SPACE DASH.” Keep in mind that’s not including stats from any other DSPs. To call it impressive would be an understatement.

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Check out frosty’s latest single, “The Fox,” which he unveiled on Halloween. While you’re at it, take a look at the rest of his notable collection of compositions.

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Meet SportVVS, Rap Rising Star From Maryland

SportVVS made his entrance into the music scene in 2019, and in the same year, he caught his first bout of major traction with his single “Distress.” He’s one of the up-and-comers on our radar, and for good reason.

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Ever since his buzz from “Distress,” SportVVS has continued to build on an upward trajectory. His 2021 single, “Pink Roses,” is at over 1 million streams, and he’s collaborated with some major talent in the rap world: SoFaygo, TyFontaine, Yung Fazo, Onlybino!, and Xhulooo to name a few.

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SportVVS has built up quite the performance experience so far in his career, performing at several sold out shows. One of which was an opening slot for SoFaygo’s sold out Atlanta show with free tickets back in 2021. This is just a glance at his storied career to date. It’s impressive how far he’s come already, but something tells us this is just the start for SportVVS.

Earlier this year, SportVVS dropped off a six-track project with no features, Manifestation, most notably featuring his song “DGAF,” which has scored nearly 100,000 streams since on Spotify alone. The EP is a testament to SportVVS’ ability, and sets the stage even more for his future success and recognition.

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After Manifestation came his feature on a song by Zubin called “Heat.” It’s no coincidence that this song has continued SportVVS’ hot-streak.

Whether or not you’re new to SportVVS, it’s still relatively early in his musical journey. If you take this chance to get hip, you’ll still be considered one of his earliest fans. Here’s a deeper look at his musical catalog to date:

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Dom Corleo Is Emerging From the Rap Underground With Grace

Dom Corleo is a familiar name to many underground rap enthusiasts. With his most recent burst in exposure, it seems clear he’s moving onward and upward in the music scene.

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This up-and-coming rapper from the Bay Area in California has been making waves with his unique style and fresh perspective. And now, he’s just dropped a dual music video with DotComNirvan that’s sure to turn heads.

Dom Corleo is a 20-year-old rapper from the Bay Area in California. He first started making a name for himself locally before eventually breaking out onto the national scene. His music is characterized by its catchy hooks and clever lyrics.

But what really sets Dom apart from other rappers is his willingness to experiment with new sounds and styles.But Dom isn’t content to rest on his laurels. He’s always looking for ways to push himself creatively. That’s why he decided to team up with DotComNirvan for his latest music video release. The result is a visually stunning and sonically innovative video that’s sure to get people talking. Not to mention the high-quality production for both tracks: chai, cade, and farsight produced “Converse,” while “Fly As Hell” was produced by nskyi and aerostylin.

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With just one album release so far, Forgive Me For My Sins , Dom has built a steady dose of momentum with his ongoing string of single releases. The album is twelve songs long and features four artists: FISH, XVXPARIS, Dachi, and Holyrain.

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This up-and-comer has over 300,000 monthly listeners at the moment, and has matched that standing on DSPs with a prominent social media standing: 9k YouTube subscribers, 29k Instagram followers, 3k Twitter followers, and 25k followers on TikTok.

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It’s still early for Dom Corleo, but he seems sure to be a highly discussed name for 2023. Stay tuned and check out his pre-existing work. Did we mention he has a song with Destroy Lonely? That’s just the tip of the iceberg.

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