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Yung Bleu Announces Debut Album 'Moon Boy' & Drops Heavy-Hitter Infused Tracklist

In the midst of freestyle debates, festival announcements and video shoots, a few of the 2021 HipHopDX Rising Stars have still managed to drop projects this week. 2021 HipHopDX Rising Star Yung Bleu took to Instagram to announce his anticipated debut album Moon Boy, which is set to be released on Friday (July 23). In a lengthy caption Yung Bleu wrote in all caps: “Thank GOD ! “Moon Boy” The Album 7/23/21 I WANT TO GIVE A SPECIAL THANKS TO EVERY FAN THAT MADE THIS POSSIBLE. EVERY PERSON WHO EV

Toosii, DDG, Flo Milli + More Have Been Killing Freestyles In 2021

The 2021 HipHopDX Rising Stars are becoming more known for their unique sounds, unexpected collaborations, and undeniable consistency. The Rising Stars have been letting their personalities shine through, and are the cusp of becoming personalities that people can relate to, beyond the music. Updating readers each week on the talented bunch’s latest music, accomplishments and even setbacks, DX has given fans an ongoing-series of raw updates where they can never miss a beat. You may have seen ma

DDG Channels 'The Last Dragon' in Martial Arts Inspired Video For 'No Kizzy'

By now, readers should have a better idea of what a 2021 HipHopDX Rising Star is – but if not, allow DX to define it again. A Rising Star is a burgeoning talent DX pinpoints within the year before or after their initial introduction and rollout of new rap music. These are the artists DX feels have the ideal total package in terms of their musical sound, stage presence and genuine personalities. As 2021 HipHopDX Rising Star Foogiano remains incarcerated at this time, the remaining nine Rising S

42 Dugg Joins Tyler The Creator on 'Lemonhead' As Sheff G Heads To Summer Jam

The 2021 HipHopDX Rising Stars have collaborated with some of the biggest names in the game from Chris Brown to Future, to J. Cole. As we are midway through the year, surprisingly one of the talented stars just added Tyler The Creator to their roster of major features. Tyler The Creator, whom is known as one of the most talented, influential and odd artists out there, surprised many of us this week when he dropped his sixth studio-album Call Me If You Get Lost, and featured 2021 HipHopDX Risin

Yung Bleu Is Searching For 2 Buzzing Artists For His Upcoming 38-City Tour

As the 2021 HipHopDX Rising Stars continue to rack up performances for the summer from festivals like Rolling Loud to Day N Vegas, a few have announced headlining tours coming soon. So far, 6 out of the 10 Rising Stars dropped full-length projects this year, so it is only right that they get ready to head out on tours – especially since we all want to get outside as much as possible. This would be the perfect time for the bunch to secure some bags! 2021 HipHopDX Rising Star Yung Bleu is not on

DDG Called It Quits On YouTube Again, This Time He Deleted All Of His Videos

On Tuesday (June 15), 2021 HipHopDX Rising Star DDG tweeted his followers “new beginnings & new goals” right before he posted a link to what he is claiming to be his last video on YouTube. He’s teased quitting YouTube before. DDG has been consistent with his music, especially after dropping his explosive single “Moonwalking in Calabasas” back in 2020, which went platinum this year. The YouTuber-turned-rapper dropped a YouTube video titled: “I retire” to his 2.52 million subscribers on his popu

A Chunk Of The 2021 Rising Stars Are Adding Rolling Loud NYC To Their Resumés

Although we are still in a pandemic, outside is finally opening back up, including some of the world’s biggest music festivals. The 2021 HipHopDX Rising Stars are going to have an exciting summer, as majority of them are now adding music festivals like Rolling Loud NYC, BUKU Planet B, and JMBLYA to their resumés. Within six months, the promising bunch has continued to be on the never-ending grind of making a name for themselves. From album drops to creative music visuals – and a few unforgetta

Sleepy Hallow Drops 'Still Sleep? As Morray Goes Gold & Yung Bleu Catches Lawsuit | Rising Stars 2021

We are now midway through the year and the 2021 HipHopDX Rising Stars are becoming exactly who we knew they could be. This week one of the Rising Stars delivered on his promise, as another star received a gold certification for his breakout single, and sadly, one Rising Star may have just caught a legal case – although it wouldn’t be the first. On Wednesday (June 2) 2021 HipHopDX Rising Star Sleepy Hallow dropped his long-awaited RCA-debuted album Still Sleep? building off the concept of his 2

'Quicksand' Rapper Morray Speaks His Soul On Debut 'Street Sermons'

2021 HipHopDX Rising Star Morray’s ability to story-tell the woes of his struggles in the hood or chasing dreams that he may have felt were too big to achieve at one point, is what gravitates many to him – like a J. Cole or JAY-Z. The Fayetteville, North Carolina-bred upstart isn’t scared of singing about the vulnerabilities that come with the growing pains of becoming a successful artist. Street Sermons takes us into the deepest themes of Morray’s life from having frenemies, fighting past dem

2021 BET Nominations Has Rising Stars Flo Milli & Yung Bleu In A Public Emotional Whirlwind

On Thursday (May 27) BET announced the nominees for the 2021 BET Awards, and as usual, many artists were elated to be apart of the nominations list, and others felt snubbed. 2021 HipHopDX Rising Star Flo Milli and 2021 HipHopDX Rising Star Yung Bleu took to social media to share how this year’s nomination made them feel. Flo Milli appreciatively announced her 2021 “Best New Artist” nomination for the 2021 BET Awards via Instagram, and to be clear, this category in particular is one that can ea

DDG Challenges 'Racist' TikToker, 42 Dugg Drops 'Free Dem Boyz,' Morray's Album Needs More Ears | 2021 Rising Stars

As we get closer to the halfway mark of the year, the 2021 HipHopDX Rising Stars continue to deliver and make waves with new music, bigger collaborations, and creative ways to keep relevancy ongoing. This week the Rising Stars kept their promises by delivering solid bodies of work and continuing to push their music – shout out to 42 Dugg, Toosii, and Morray on their recent drops. Besides showing-off hefty chains on the Gram (cough, cough Sheff G); joining Chris Brown on one of the hottest remix

Morray Announces Jimmy Kimmel Debut, Blxst's 'No Love Lost' Breaks 200M Streams, Toosii Headlines First Tour | Rising Stars 2021

A few of the 2021 HipHopDX Rising Stars spent this week experiencing firsts of many to come, and also made sure to make time within their busy schedules for Mother’s Day – how thoughtful 42 Dugg! The Rising Stars continue to show us how they’re cementing their footprint in today’s HipHop climate. Although 2021 HipHopDX Rising Star Foogiano remains incarcerated at this time, DX will continue to watch the remaining nine hoping for a positive turn-around for Big Foo. 2021 HipHopDX Rising Star Mor

Foogiano Gets 5-Year Sentence, Toosii Drops 'Thank You For Believing,' Morray Swats Industry Plant Rumors | Rising Stars 2021

This past week has been life-changing for some of the 2021 HipHopDX Rising Stars. While we may have received discouraging news about Foogiano, which may jeopardize his rising stardom, Rising Stars Morray and Toosii have been putting in serious work. One of the two earned a top spot on Apple’s Top Album chart, while the other performed for a jam-packed crowd in their home state. The Rising Stars continue to show the game why they, in fact, may be what’s missing in today’s Hip Hop culture. DX ma

Flo Milli Graces Magazine Cover, Toosii Announces Album Release Date Amidst DDG Feud | Rising Stars 2021

As some of HipHopDX’s 2021 Rising Stars get closer to their Rolling Loud sets and prepare for project-releasings, a few of the stars have remained pretty silent on social media and when it comes to their music cough, cough, Sheff G. However, the Rising Stars still have eight months to continue to show the world their star-power, and why they are the future of Hip Hop. Let’s just hope the “beef” between some of our Rising Stars discontinues, and they continue to focus on polishing their crafts.

Yung Bleu Hits 100 Million Views, Blxst Breaks Down 'Overrated,' Foogiano Drops 'The Plan (Pt. 2)' | Rising Stars 2021

Although the infamous holiday 4/20 came and went this week, surprisingly many of the 2021 HipHopDX‘s Rising Stars didn’t bother to release any singles on that day. However, a few days after the “weed-lover” celebration, a few of DX‘s Rising Stars dropped new music and live-performances to look forward to. Congratulations are in order for 9 out of 10 of the Rising Stars as Rolling Loud announced Miami’s lineup taking place July 23-25th, 2021. In the midst of all this excitement to go back outsid

Morray Signs With Interscope, DDG Sparks Rubi Rose Rumors, 42 Dugg Has Ice For Pooh Shiesty | Rising Stars 2021

Three months in, and HipHopDX‘s 2021 Rising Stars continue to surprise us through their music, partnerships, and even big bag talk. As April approaches its final weeks, DX’s Rising Stars have made some pretty big plays that continue to solidify their spot on our list of Hip Hop’s assuring 10. Some have been linking in the studio with some big names, while others have been flexing their money and revisiting past relationships. In retrospect, the rising rookies still have eight more months to swa
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