Soski’s “165”: A High-Energy Hit

Soski, the Chicago-based rap sensation, has taken the music industry by storm with his recent string of hit singles. His latest release, “165,” is a high-energy track that showcases his ability to blend the hard-hitting production with quality delivery seamlessly. The song is produced by Ixsolate and Icy Trunks, and it features a high-energy melody that is accentuated by heavy 808s, giving the track a unique and distinct sound.

“165” is a true testament to Soski’s versatility as an artist. He effortlessly rides the beat, showcasing his ability to keep pace with the instrumentals while delivering powerful and meaningful lyrics. The song perfectly represents the artist’s unique style, blending his love for old-school hip-hop with modern production techniques.

Soski’s rise to fame has been nothing short of meteoric, and he shows no signs of slowing down. In addition to releasing hit after hit, he has also been on a radio and podcast tour, spreading his name to new audiences and solidifying his place in the industry. Managed by On Dummy Entertainment out of Georgia, Soski has a bright future ahead of him.

If you haven’t already, be sure to check out “165” and follow Soski on social media to stay up to date on all his latest releases and tour dates. With his unique sound and undeniable talent, Soski is definitely an artist to watch in the coming months and years.

Tap in with Soski on all platforms here, Instagram, and YouTube!


607 Unc “From Rising Star to Alleged Sacrifice: The Unsettling Tale of 607 Unc Sacrificing his son and Escaping the Illuminati”

Once upon a time in Missouri, there was a rising star in the local Hip Hop scene named 607 Unc. Known for his catchy beats and clever lyrics, he had captured the hearts of fans all across the state. But little did they know, 607 Unc had a dark secret lurking in the shadows. One fateful day, during […]

T-Hood & NayG Ball Too Hard In New Single “Spent Too Much”

Fresh off the Show Ya Grill Tour with Scotty ATL, Georgia rap authority T-Hood lends a verse to Richmond producer/engineer NayG on their “We Did It” follow-up “Spent Too Much.” The collaboration finds One Dread detailing his lavish lifestyle effortlessly over the VA native’s hard-hitting instrumentation. When asked about his thought process when creating the […]