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Showrocka x Ansolu - "G-day Cake"

Birthdays are a special occasion that we all look forward to, and what better way to celebrate than with music? However, most birthday songs in the hip-hop and pop genres are typically catered towards women. This is where "G-Day Cake" by Showrocka x Ansolu comes in, offering a birthday anthem that both men and women can proudly bump on their special day.

Released by Pay the Rappers, "G-Day Cake" is an old-school hip-hop track that brings back the energy and excitement of classic boom bap beats. The song features blaring horns and drums reminiscent of an HBCU band, creating a lively and upbeat atmosphere that perfectly captures the celebratory mood of a birthday.

The track is characterized by its complex bars and hardcore boom bap beats, showcasing Showrocka's skills as an emerging emcee from New Haven, Connecticut. With over two decades of experience in the industry, Showrocka was initially discouraged by the lack of space for raw, underground hip-hop in the modern music landscape. However, the recent resurgence of the genre has rekindled his passion for creating music, leading him to actively participate in internet battle platforms like Str8sixteen and Emceegods.

Aside from his musical pursuits, Showrocka is also a content contributor and actor on the soon-to-be-released 4Bar Show featuring Joell Ortiz. His most recent full-length project, "I Grew Up on Wu" featuring Young Dirty Bastard, was released in April 2021 to great reviews.

"G-Day Cake" is a perfect addition to any birthday playlist, and fans of Kanye West, Trick Daddy, LIL Jon, and Pastor Troy are sure to enjoy this track. With its happy and energetic mood, "G-Day Cake" will undoubtedly get any party started and make a memorable soundtrack for birthdays to come.


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