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VIDEO: Yo Shorti FT. Dae Flywalker – “Flyer Than I Ever Been”

Hip hop artist Yo Shorti’s latest single featuring Dae Flywalker now has the music video out. Shot by RuffCopy Films, the scene finds Shorti in the booth rapping about keeping focus, then hanging out with her friends and feeling herself with a blunt. The visual effects of money and sauce are a nice touch, hitting home that Yo Shorti and

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AUDIO: Yo Shorti FT. Dae Flywalker – “Flyer Than I Ever Been”

Hip hop artist Yo Shorti dropped her first new single in four years, enlisting Dae Flywalker for a feature. Shorti’s not playing around here; she’s getting straight to business and out to get that money. After struggling with writer’s block for some time, she raps about the sauce she’s got now, and that’s where Flywalker jumps in – he’s been

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AUDIO: Tru West – “From the Ashes, We Rise”

Tru West has crafted a new album as part of her Artist Fellowship with Leaders Igniting Transformation. Each track features different verses from different artists in Milwaukee’s enriched hip hop scene. Opening with a poem from Unique Russ, the project as a whole celebrates Black joy, Black liberation, Black culture, and Black self-determination – songs like “Bronzeville” and “Liberation Over

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AUDIO: Dae Flywalker Featuring Lil Joe – “Mobile Service”

It’s been a solid minute since we’ve had new music from Dae Flywalker. Between helping establish Cultured Section Audio Factory and various engineering work, Dae has been anything but complacent though. We get his return in “Mobile Service”, featuring Lil Joe, his first solo track since 2015’s “Diamonds” project. Produced by A.O. Beats, Dae shows that he hasn’t lost his

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INTERVIEW: Dae Flywalker

Note: Writing anything about this situation, from any aspect, is incredibly touchy and extremely difficult to do. However, we cannot turn a blind eye to the city that we proudly call home. At times, we need to look beyond its musical culture. It is a shame to see our city in its current state of disarray, and we hope to

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