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$UICIDEBOY$ Release Three New Songs

Rap duo $UICIDEBOY$ released their latest project: I No Longer Fear The Razor Guarding My Heel (V).

It is a three-track release and clocks in at seven minutes and thirty-four seconds. The tracklist is as follows:

  • “Not Even Ghosts Are This Empty”
  • “Finding Shelter In My Larynx”
  • “A Little Trauma Can Be Illuminating, And I’m Shining Like the Sun”

Each track is a heart-thumping, lyrically introspective look into the bleary but punk world of the rap duo. The third track in particular possesses a dark, bellowing bass. This is the kind of music meant to be played loud in a car or heard in your face at a concert.

Speaking of, the $UICIDEBOY$ are going on a huge arena tour later this month with fellow G*59 artists. This includes City Morgue, Ghostemane, and other alternative rap artists who are getting massive with every release.


The rap duo is made up of Ruby da Cherry and $crim, cousins from New Orleans. Live Nation recaps the rap stars’ rise:

“Hip-hop lifted the New Orleans cousins out of a monotonous and drug-addicted nightmare and into an underground phenomenon. On the way up, they collected 5.3 billion total streams, landed a Top 10 debut on the Billboard Top 200, and averaged 8.5 million monthly listeners on Spotify. The group has sold out arenas on three continents and received acclaim from Pitchfork, Pigeons and Planes, Hypebeast, XXL, Revolver, and Billboard who claim they “turned SoundCloud-era success into an underground empire.” They have collaborated with a wide range of artists from Juicy J and Travis Barker to members of Korn. While their headlining Grey Day Tour has brought a massive and die-hard fan base to discover renowned support acts that have included Chief Keef, Slowthai, Denzel Curry, Shoreline Mafia, and more including artists from their independent label G*59 RECORD$.”

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