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DKEELA DROPS A NEW TRACK FOR THE LADIES CALLED “SEND NUDES” LISTEN NOW!

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Hip Hop artist DKEELA has a treat for everyone engaged in his music. The Louisiana native has a new single called “Send Nudes” which becomes a new wave especially for the ladies. The song has Caribbean sounds with a fun vibe for you to listen to. The artist narrates his needs of seeing his lady. Whether at work or far away, send a few nudes! The upbeat melodies and DKEELA’s well rounded voice gives the song a refreshing feel you can connect with instantly. If you like to have fun and hit the dance floor be sure to request his new single “Send Nudes”.

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Styles P Brings Good Vibes During His Performance At Loud Fest NOLA – NLM Exclusive

How else would “The Ghost” himself pull up for “The NOLA Loud Fest” in New Orleans? With positive energy and the rawest tracks he could have ever created. D Block’s General Styles P bought the real thorough hip hop heads to The Howlin’ Wolf August 24th.

Styles P recently dropped his EP “G-Host” and was perfect timing for the streets to lock in. You can check it out in all media outlets.

With dope sounds by DJ Keith Scott, and MC Dollar on the mic, it was for sure a smoke session throughout the facility.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – APRIL 20: Styles P performs during “Berner Presents Hippie Hill” at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on April 20, 2018 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)

We chopped it up with B-Nice, New Orleans Event Host And Entertainment Influencer, who curates an enlightening show for the Independent and Underground music scene. He allows artists from the city to present their talents with some of the most influential mainstream artists in the nation.

We were able to catch performances from some of New Orleans rawest yet most talented artists in the city:

  • Bobby Jean
  • Tiffany Shante
  • International T
  • Ace B
  • Dappa
  • Da Kannable
  • DeeDay
  • Hey Daem
  • Daniel Heartless
  • Dream Different

The opening acts had the right to kill the stage. We enjoyed their performance.

One thing we did noticed, was a few opening acts left before the OG himself even stepped foot onto the stage. With an honor to present yourself before an artist such as Styles P, you would expect the artists and crowd to stay for the main act. Not sure what may have caused this, but it was mind boggling to see the crowd fled away. We believe paying dues no matter what level is perceived to be. Respect and honor the leaders who lead us.

Overall, the NOLA Loud Fest was pretty cool, Styles P even came out with Hennessy bottles and poured up with the fans. Definitely a highlight moment. Big up to him and his team. We look forward to see who they will be having at the next Fest.