New singles roundup: JunesFlow, Josef Coney, and more

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SCREEN SHOT FOR JOSEF CONEY FT. JACK BURTON AND KOVAX, "NOT A GAME."
  • Screen shot for Josef Coney ft. Jack Burton and Kovax, "Not a Game."


JunesFlow, “Wake and Bake”
“Wake and Bake” in an enjoyable carefree track about starting the morning off with a blunt, and finishing the day off with a blunt. The track was produced by Mark Cooper.
Quotable notable: “Waking up with the sun, rolling up to for fun/I only trust my plug, don’t know where yours came from.”


Adam Reverie, "Passion"
Adam Reverie continues to lyrically carve out his place in Detroit hip-hop with his newest single, “Passion.” The cut is powered by a swift moving guitar loop courtesy of producer Clyde Strokes.
Quotable notable: “I am coming, running, gunning, never fronting, you gon’ love it: this I know/To favorite rapper dissed his favorite rapper with his favorite rappers stolen flow.”




Josef Coney ft. Jack Burton and Kovax, "Not a Game"
“Not A Game” is a  humorous cut full of wordplay and boom-bap ego. Josef Coney shares the mic with Kovax (who fits this track like a glove) and Jack Burton pops in to drop the raspy chorus. The track was produced by Foulmouth.
Quotable notable: “I’m as cold as these streets, all these bums sleeping on me.”



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