Sin City rapper, Dizzy Wright, unleashes a new studio album Nobody Cares, Work Harder, professing “Self love is powerful, heard it’s the only way, that’s the motivation I need to keep makin’ plays,” proving the quintessential soundtrack for when you’re on the grind.
Working late nights, early mornings, having self-doubt and feeling inadequate is all in the works en route to crafting your vision into a reality, and Wright raps the roadmap you need to hear, spitting all the answers –
“Self Love Is Powerful“, “Problems and Blessings“, “Keep It 100“, “Slow Down” and when you’re finally where you need to be, you’ll be bumping “Check Me Out” – and that’s a fact, “Period“.
Born La’Reonte Wright, the 28-year-old rapper evokes the ambition of a true hustler, coining NCWH as his sixth studio album, following the success of his 2018 State of Mind 2 album, over a mere seven-year span.
– With only 4 years under its belt, SoCal’s Chalice Festival has been getting bigger and badder each time around. Take a look at this year’s stacked lineup.
This 3-day festival will be held over the weekend of July 7th through July 9th at the High Desert Event Center in Victorville, California. While artists like Ice Cube, Berner, Warren G, and Cypress Hill will hold it down for the West Coast, an assortment of artists from different regions will also have a chance to take the stage. This will include Curren$y, Big Boi, The LOX, Camron & Juelz Santana (formally known as Dipset), and more.
Beyond the music, attendees of Chalice Festivalwill be able to participate in glass blowing, art installations, a cannabis competition, and vendors that focus on concentrates. This, in fact, is why Chalice Festivalhas marketed itself as “the Coachella of [weed] concentrates”.
As far as spitters go, Curren$y and Big K.R.I.Thold it down for the south. They do especially well together as you may recall from K.R.I.T’s “Moon and Stars (Remix)” or Wiz Khalifa’s “Glass House”. So, you can only imagine what we’ll get from a complete collaborative project from the two.
As a matter of fact, if the two artists stick to their word, we won’t have to settle for imagining it. We’ll actually get the chance to smoke out in our Lacs and Chevys to their project dedicated to just that.
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As of right now, Lacs N Chevys has no release date, but with Curren$y dropping at least one project a month for the past 12 months (2 in April 2016 – Revolver and Bourbon Street Secrets) we may be able to expect it as soon as February. On the other hand, Big K.R.I.T is typically more selective about when, how, and how often he drops his music. Nonetheless, both have an insane work ethic and the ability to quickly produce quality music. With all things considered, we’ll just have to wait and see what happens, but likely not for long.