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Kyle Rapps gets down and dirty with his” Perverse Ramblings” (Album Stream)

By teckzilla Word Is Bond

After dropping 2 singles, “Fiction” and “Eulogy“, eccentric emcee Kyle Rapps rolls out his much anticipated project titled “Perverse Ramblings”.  The 14 track body of work is a layered, R-rated laced with personal insights from the mind of the unorthodox artiste. The aforementioned singles was only the tip of the proverbial ice berg and from the instant you hit the play button you get to hear not only the off kilter lyrics but his experimental production as well.


While, “Perverse Ramblings” no doubt stays true to part of its name (the perversion), but these are not mere ramblings. Rapps is telling a clearly outlined story here, and it’s one of love, pain, heartbreak, and more sex than you could possibly imagine. If that’s not something you can relate to on some level, maybe you just need to marinate on this one.

Perverse Ramblings is now available through all major digital retailers and streaming platforms via Rapps’ own imprint, courtesy of EMPIRE Distribution.

Stream/Download (Smart URL): HERE


Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/album/6j7BFxbI8txnOdUyC91fS2

Kyle Rapps Online: Twitter: • Facebook: • Instagram:

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Tota dwells on the hardship in his new video “Downhill”

By teckzilla Word Is Bond

Vallejo, California artist Tota delivers a profound outlook on growing up in his hometown on his new song/video titled “Downhill”. The song is built on sombre/soulful soundscapes that evoke nostalgia/sadness as the rapper paints vivid images on the adversity he and other individuals like him have faced. He also brings in singer Racquel Tubbs to deliver the hook home and ends the track with a voicemail message from his Mother concerned about her son’s whereabouts.



Soundcloud Link: HERE



Artist Bio:

Tota is a Hip Hop and R&B artist from Vallejo, California. Growing up he was the only boy and the youngest of 4 children. Him and sister starting rapping around the age of 7. His sister eventually moved to the south to stay with her Mom and he continued pursuing music. One day watching a video of Kanye West producing on Youtube he decided he wanted to make beats as well. That day embarked a musical journey. Throughout middle school and high school he would produce, rap, and write for local artist. He started battling in high school and garnered a little attention. After high school he had his first child and slowed down a bit musically. He started doing more background work developing artist until he met Dianne Dulay, a singer from Vallejo whom he formed a duo with by the name of WeAreYou. After a short lived run with the duo he decided to finally push step out as a solo artist. That leads us to where we are today.


Keep up with Tota  | Soundcloud

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