The young King Cellis is back with the UxU camp again to bring another installment of Verse Drops. In the third episode of the Verse Drops saga Cellis gives a vivid insight to the conflicted psyche of bigots and racists in this country. Check out this dope post in its entirety here!!
The homie Cellis is back on the scene in a major way as he opens up for the legendary Wu-Tang Emcee Raekwon on his The Wild Tour. With the shots done by the Captain Raza Ry, you can see the infectious energy Cellis generates during his performance setting him apart from other artists.
See the dopeness on display in this video and post right here!!
We, as die-hard music enthusiasts, are always looking [or listening] for the next best thing…the next best sound. The problem is that these days, they all seem to blend together. What ever happened to the originality and the creativity in the lyricism? When will today’s music become more than just a tight-beat that you can turn up to? We’re always hoping to come across an artist that can withstand the test of time.
Tis the season for a new generation of LIT rappers…turn up kings…sice gods….and the list goes on. In a time where Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi Vert, Kodak Black and a clan of other new “Lil’s” can be the fresh faces of XXL Magazine and prosper, new hip-hop aspirants are coming are out of the wood work for their shot to shine.