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Drako – “The Juice” [Official Video]

Music Videos 05 Jun 19 0

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STREAM / DOWNLOAD: https://fanlink.to/drako-fullyloaded

You are now watching the official video for “The Juice” by Drako, from the mixtape Fully Loaded, available worldwide via Babygrande Records. Video directed by GT Films Productions. Track produced by Lil Voe on the Beat & Dirty D.

Since emerging on the scene, Drako has received a tremendous amount of press and radio coverage and his tracks “Racks On Me,” “Count It Up,” and “Watch Me Do It” have accumulated over 7 million streams on Spotify alone. The Atlanta artist has recently collaborated with Lil Baby, Moneybagg Yo, Quando Rondo, and Yung Bans. Today, Drako has shared the official video for the standout track “The Juice,” from his debut mixtape Fully Loaded. “The Juice,” which was shot and directed by GT Films Productions showcases Drako’s lavish taste and undeniable drip.

For more info on Drako, please visit:
https://www.instagram.com/real_drako/

https://www.facebook.com/drako404/

ABOUT BABYGRANDE RECORDS
Established in 2001, Babygrande Records is one of the premier independent labels operating today. After 18 years, Babygrande has still maintained its unique perspective within the industry, prospering during the most volatile period in the history of recorded music and beyond. The label has been influential in launching the careers of new artists while at the same time working to nurture the careers of seasoned veterans.

For more info on Babygrande Records, please visit:

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http://www.youtube.com/babygranderecords

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Mercy – “See What I See” [Official Video]

Music Videos 05 Jun 19 0

Watch the WorldstarHipHop Premiere: https://youtu.be/MeCw8i2LkgU

STREAM / DOWNLOAD: https://fanlink.to/seewhatisee

You are now watching the official video for “See What I See” by Mercy, available worldwide via Babygrande Records. Video directed by Cricket. Track produced by Chad Paul Ora

Atlanta-based artist Mercy was raised Mississippi. A month after graduating high school, Mercy’s mother was sent to prison and his father had left when he was two years old. Unbeknownst to the outside world, Mercy began hustling to take care of three siblings in her absence. Surreptitiously, after linking with friends on Instagram, he was offered a photo shoot at Wish ATL (a boutique streetwear store) and he jumped on a bus to Atlanta hoping the break would lead to more opportunity. The trip was bittersweet: on the one hand the shoot landed him with a modeling agency and on the other, Mercy got a call saying that his siblings had been taken into the custody of the Mississippi Department of Human Services. At 18, he had no family to go back to in Mississippi and so he chose to immerse himself in Atlanta’s thriving creative community.

Soon thereafter, Mercy started making music and caught the attention of legendary promoter J Wise, who ran the renowned Playlist Party at the Department Store venue in Atlanta. The Department Store served as a hotbed for emerging talent in the city. According to HighSnobiety, the venue was “Atlanta’s most pivotal stomping grounds for young burgeoning talent,” and it was also ranked as a top ten spot in the city by The Source. “21 Savage, Kodie Shane, Sonny Digital, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Nudy J.I.D, Playboi Carti and many other artist that are prominent today were regular performers. It was special time,” says J Wise. After the closing of the Department Store, J Wise continued the Playlist Party and also launched the Playlist Academy to develop young talent in Atlanta. “I started recording with J Wise and taking it seriously. That’s when first knew I could do something with music. That’s when I became confident,” says Mercy.

A year or so later, J Wise connected with Babygrande Records founder Chuck Wilson and asked him to attend Diana Schweinbeck’s open mic competition where Mercy was performing. Mercy tied for first place and then won the tie-breaking performance to take home the trophy for first place. “I was very impressed with his performance and his composure on stage. There were a lot of great artists competing and he took over the room. He’s ready and we are ecstatic to welcome him to the team,” says Wilson.

In conjunction with the announcement of his signing to Babygrande Records, Mercy is also releasing a music video for his new track “See What I See” produced by Chad Paul Ora. Directed by Cricket in Atlanta, the visual exemplifies Mercy’s unique artistic direction and is just a sample of what’s to come from him in 2019.

For more info on Mercy, please visit:
https://www.instagram.com/havemercylilhoe/

For more info on Babygrande Records, please visit:

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http://www.youtube.com/babygranderecords

https://www.facebook.com/bgr2001

The Yutes – “Don’t Blow My High” (feat. Operator) [Official Video]

Music Videos 05 Jun 19 0

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STREAM / DOWNLOAD: https://fanlink.to/yutes-dbmh

You are now watching the official video for “Don’t Blow My High” featuring Operator by The Yutes, available worldwide via Babygrande Records. Video directed by Cricket. Track produced by D-errick.

Today, Babygrande Records announces its latest signing of the Jamaican duo The Yutes. Hailing from Kingston, the brothers, Santris and ChrisNI, seamlessly combine their Jamaican dancehall and reggae influence and with trap.

The Yutes (Jamaican Patois Slang for “The Youth”) are both brothers and they are actually the sons of Jamaican dancehall legend Mr. Lexx. As teenagers, they moved to the US to pursue music full-time and have since gained notoriety with a handful of single releases including “Swervin” and “Push.” They also received traction with their track “Trap Don Dadas,” which was featured on the A3C Volume 7 Compilation. The Yutes are coming off of a massive performance at this year’s SXSW Festival, where they shared the stage with J.I.D., Flipp Dinero, DaBaby, Reason, Drako, Lightskin Keisha, and Valee, among other at Stubbs.

The announcement of The Yutes signing to Babygrande arrives simultaneous to the release of their debut video for “Don’t Blow My High.” The song, which features Operator and is produced by D-errick, meshes perfectly with the Cricket-directed visual inspired by the group’s Jamaican heritage. Look out for more new music from The Yutes this year.

For more info on Yutes, please visit:
https://www.instagram.com/yutesmusic

https://www.facebook.com/yutesmusic/

ABOUT BABYGRANDE RECORDS
Established in 2001, Babygrande Records is one of the premier independent labels operating today. After 18 years, Babygrande has still maintained its unique perspective within the industry, prospering during the most volatile period in the history of recorded music and beyond. The label has been influential in launching the careers of new artists while at the same time working to nurture the careers of seasoned veterans.

For more info on Babygrande Records, please visit:

Front Page



http://www.youtube.com/babygranderecords

https://www.facebook.com/bgr2001

Locksmith – “On God” (Official Video)

Music Videos 04 Jun 19 0

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http://iamlock.com

Directed by Jesse Ray Diamond
https://www.instagram.com/jraydiamond/

Track prod by Decap
https://www.instagram.com/decapmusic/