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    Bslime Shines Bright On New Single “Baguette”

    The rap game doesn’t really feel the same without Y.S.L. They filled their collective with some of the best young talents that you have seen since Young Money. You have heavy hitters like Young Thug and Gunna who have grown into legends in their own right. Then you have the next generation of Y.S.L. like Yung Kayo, who indicated with some more artist development, he could be gunning for the #1 spot. One Y.S.L. artist name that you should familiarize yourself with is Bslime.

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    Without a doubt, he has to be the most underrated and underappreciated artist on their packed roster. If you like Young Thug, you will love Bslime‘s music. Most people were introduced to him when he was featured on Young Thug’s hit single “Peepin Out The Window”,alongside Future. While he may be influenced by his uncle(Young Thug), he creates music with a different mindset. His youthful spirit always makes his music a joy to listen to.

    Recently, he dropped a shiny new single titled “Baguette”. This song has the potential to convert any listener into a fan. So many artists overcomplicate things when picking beats. Bslime played it smart on this song, by keeping it simple with the production. Doing this allows his precise bars to clearly be heard, and not get overshadowed.

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    I hope this is a sneak peek of what his upcoming project is going to sound like. Don’t underestimate Bslime, this single is proof knows how to make a quick and easy hook. I didn’t even bring up the feature from fellow Atlanta artist Persona Jackson. Persona slides in and does what needs to be done to complete this single.

    I’m so dead serious when I say that I see a bright future for Bslime. I have been waiting on Bslime to show the world what he is made of. It’s good to see that he is already starting off on a great foot.

     

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