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5. Bobby Biscayne, Dinner at Prime (Mixtape).
Bobby Biscayne finally serves up the main course with his debut mixtape, Dinner at Prime. The Miami native put together ten fresh records including “Like Me” and “Wrist” featuring Cash Money’s Compton Menace and Constantine. The Cuban-American rapper, who was born Joevanny Astorga, also called on producers like Purp Dogg, the 45z, Mikey the Magician, and more to contribute dope beats for the mixtape, which was released via Pitbull’s Mr. 305 Inc. and his own record label, Biscayne Records.
4. Kent Jones, “Alright.”
We the Best’s Kent Jones went Gold with his breakthrough single “Don’t Mind” and he plans to up the ante with his followup record, “Alright.” Jones channels his love for Earth, Wind & Fire by taking on the essence of their classic hit “Let’s Groove” on the upbeat, feel-good record that’s currently sweeping the internet. His high-pitched chorus is enough to awaken the soul of the late Maurice White, send chills down your spine, and make you feel, well, alright.
3. MeRCY featuring. Bishop, “Bermuda Triangle.”
Miami’s own MeRCY is back with another ominous banger. The rapper recruits his boy Bishop to throw down chaotic and defensive bars over a
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Not long after dropping off his Are We Done or Are We Finished EP, Dade County emcee
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