Babyface Ray & 42 Dugg - Ron Artest Official Video

Babyface Ray & 42 Dugg - Ron Artest Official Video


Babyface Ray  42 Dugg  Ron Artest Official Video

Babyface Ray & 42 Dugg - Ron Artest Official Video

The Detroit rap scene is at an all-time high, and Babyface Ray is one of the best rappers in it. His latest track features 42 Dugg who added a banging verse.

He's showing off his arse in this new single "Ron Artest," produced by Gerreaux and inspired by former elite NBA star Metta-Sandiford-Artest. Check out the official video below!

Produced by Gerreaux

Babyface Ray and 42 Dugg have taken the reigns on what could be their most successful release to date with this impressive video production that deserves to be in the platinum bins. An inspiring reminder that there is no such thing as a small fry when it comes to music, sports or life in general; unfortunately when those in charge leave you with few choice scraps and an empty belly.

Babyface Ray flexes his cocky bars

The beat starts off with a moody, elevator-music inspired melody before chattering percussion and deep 808s come into the mix. It provides Jim and Ray with just enough opportunity to flex their clenches without going overboard.

Babyface Ray has always been an impressive rapper, but this track truly stands out in terms of flow and production. No doubt, this single will be a major hit - especially with 42 Dugg featuring on it!

After a decade of struggle, Detroit's Babyface Ray has finally achieved success with FACE, his album featuring numerous notable guest appearances and outstanding production. Now firmly established at the pinnacle of American hip-hop, Babyface Ray's career is taking off.

Though the record isn't perfect (there are some attempts at commercially appealing ATL rap flair that don't quite click), it's still an enjoyable listen and a promising sign for what's to come from Ray. Additionally, Ray is also an accomplished songwriter, making him an invaluable talent to have in your arsenal.

Rappers often rely on catchy bar flows to build hype, but Ray stands out from the pack. Instead of resorting to this approach, he delivers thoughtful lyrics with an understated flow and powerful pen.

He's an expert wordsmith, so it should come as no shock that his repertoire of lyrics offers something for everyone. His unique brand of storytelling can cut through the noise and cement his place as one of hip-hop's brightest stars in the future.

With an impressive 18 song tracklist, MOB further cements Babyface Ray as one of the faces of 2022. He collaborates with some of music's finest talents such as Lil Durk, Nija, Blxst, Doe Boy and Samuel Shabazz; in short - you must check this tape out and give it a listen!

42 Dugg adds a dope verse

Detroit has emerged as the hotbed for hip-hop this year, with new artists such as Babyface Ray and 42 Dugg taking over the scene. Both rappers are doing their part to highlight both the harsh realities of living in Detroit while also celebrating their personal triumphs.

The video was shot across various locations around town and features 42 Dugg rapping over an infectious beat. It serves to highlight both his struggles as well as celebrate his current success.

As always, the track is a banger with quality production. It perfectly combines classic trap music and late '90s Southern rap to create an infectious track that's sure to get you moving in no time!

2 Chainz's Dope Don't Sell Itself album features some standout tracks, including "Kill This Phunk," featuring verses from Lil Durk, Roddy Ricch, Swae Lee and more for the project.

"Million Dollars Worth a Game" is the lead single from the forthcoming project and features an exceptional guest verse from Detroit's own 42 Dugg. His fast-paced delivery perfectly complements the trap-inspired production.

Though the production on this track may not match up to Chainz's best work, it still manages to deliver an engaging song with strong vocals from both sides. With any luck, this one will get some airplay on radio stations and keep listeners coming back for more.

The next song on the project, "Neighbors Know My Name," is rather lackluster and lacks a catchy hook to grab attention. It doesn't quite fit with the rest of the album and sounds like it's trying to emulate Chainz, yet still manages to deliver on its promise.

Babyface Ray and 42 Dugg have produced an excellent record that should be on your playlist. The Detroit rap star continues to make waves as the coronavirus spreads throughout the city, and this new record should help him stay at the top of his game.

Watch the official video

The Detroit duo is in the business of making music, but they also showcase it. Check out their latest album MOB or catch them live at Made in America on May 4th. Moreover, they're touring this spring alongside fellow Detroiters Veeze - you won't want to miss them! Stream or download MOB from your local radio station or their website; or pick up a digital download for yourself to keep grooves going strong. Don't hesitate to get in touch with their customer support team with any queries or issues!

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