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“1000 Rings” by Kiddo AI and “New Whip, Who Dis?” by Daz Rinko will both be featured in the second batch of episodes of the new Netflix reality series Twentysomethings: Austin. “1000 Rings” will appear in Episode 9 and “New Whip, Who Dis?” in Episode 10, both premiering on December 17th. About Daz Rinko & Kiddo AI Best known for his upbeat, positive jams and genre-blending style, Memphis hip-hop artist Daz Rinko is an artist on the rise. Kiddo AI is a gifted singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who writes music in a wide variety of genres including Pop, R&B, Latin and Electro Pop. About “Twentysomethings: Austin” on Netflix Living together and leaning on each other, eight twenty-something strangers become roommates to experience the highs and lows that come with being an adult. Including Houstonian Abbey, 25-year-old IT tech Raquel, insurance salesman Bruce, Miami native Natalie, model Kamari, residence coordinator Keano, fashion […]

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“New Whip, Who Dis?” by Daz Rinko is featured in Episode 603 of the CBS series Bull. Entitled “Bull Undone”, it first aired on October 21st and is now available on-demand. About Daz Rinko Daz Rinko is a Hip-Hop artist from Memphis, best known for his upbeat, positive jams, and genre-blending style. This placement follows another one earlier this summer with his song “The Way (feat. Rahel)” appearing on the HBO dating series FBoy Island. About “Bull” on CBS Inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw, the founder of one of the most prolific trial-consulting firms of all time, Bull stars Michael Weatherly as Dr. Jason Bull representing the ultimate puppet master. He combines psychology, human intuition, and high-tech data to learn what makes jurors, attorneys, witnesses, and the accused tick for creating winning strategies for his clients. His personal life proves harder to manage, though, learning he is […]

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Daz Rinko’s exceptional new EP “Sweet Jeezy” smoothly blends together elements of jazz, future-house, disco, soul and hip hop. Daz’s endearing Memphis drawl sits so perfectly in the pocket atop slick the dance grooves that you might completely miss the message. Coming from a somewhat dark place lyrically, themes of poverty, heartbreak, family drama and general disillusionment are a throughline throughout the album. “The paranoia of struggling, living paycheck to paycheck my entire life, the struggles of having a child without being able to support them emotionally, and the feeling of being alone in the present because I’m always working to be stable are things I touch on and continue to think about.” As a counterpoint to the heavy subject matter, the music is upbeat and joyful, even celebratory in tone. The infectiously hooky “When You Call Me” is a gorgeously produced throwback featuring jangly guitars, DX7 jazz chords and [...]

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UPDATE: We’re thrilled to announce that we have FOURTEEN tracks appearing in episodes of the new HBO Max reality dating series “FBoy Island”! Songs by CASHÆ, TIAAN, TruRebel Migs, Diamond Qing, Nate Rose, Adrian Daniel, Daz Rinko, Julian Xtra, Aquadrop, No Suits, EhCee and Honey B will all appear in episodes 105-110. Check the show’s official playlist below to hear the music used in the show so far! About “FBoy Island” on HBO Max Hosted by comedian Nikki Glaser, the show centers on three female contestants and twenty-four male counterparts. Of the men, twelve are self-professed nice guys, while the other half identify as womanizers, the former being interested in forming a relationship, while the latter are competing for a cash prize of $100,000 to any contestants that remain at the end.

Like so many of our favorite artists, Memphis rapper Daz Rinko just loves to mix it up. His recent single “Candy Mane” is a dreamy concoction of hip hop, R&B and retro 80’s dance pop, like a pure sugar rush like you get from mixing all the fountain soda flavors together. Produced by Italian producer Cheap Limousine, “Candy Mane” gets it’s throwback vibe from the classic DX7 piano, bouncy synth bass lines and electric guitar dripping in spring reverb. Daz leans further in to the nostalgia vibe with a nod to MTV in the video: Daz’s brilliant 2017 debut EP “Black Boy Joy” showcased his southern take on future bounce and lyrically tackled some of the struggles facing black youth today. It frankly sounds fresher and more relevant than much of what was released this year. It’s no surprise he received praise and recognition from NPR, Noisey, Pigeons & Planes, […]

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