Local news: D.C. rappers drop new singles
By Chris Richards
The internet flared up this week with a few new tracks from some of Washington's most exciting rappers. Here's a quick round-up:
Tabi Bonney, "Get Me"
Bonney might be one of the biggest names in Washington's growing rap scene, but over a spare Neptunes-ish track, he explains how far he still has to go: "I was at the dealership looking at a Bentley/ Can't afford it yet, but next year get me."
Gordo Brega, "Monster"
The uptown upstart delivers bilingual tough-talk over a Kanye West vocal sample and air horn blasts.
Trina, featuring Lola Monroe, Miss B, Nisha Rockstarr and Kendra, "That's My Attitude"
Miami rapper Trina rounds up a gaggle of female MCs for this sneering posse-cut, kicked off by Washington's own Lola Moroe. And yes, she's on Twitter: "Everything I do is a trending topic."
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