Alexander Lendrum

Editorial curator, born and raised in Hong Kong.

Kodie Shane Is Carving Lanes For Atlanta’s New R&B/Rap Generation

Following our recent post on Atlanta-based artist Kodie Shane having dropped her latest EP effort, dubbed Big Trouble Little Jupiter, we’re now delving in to the R&B/Rap singer/songwriter as a whole, as she has a lot already to offer, and we’re sure a lot more to come given her progressive rise within the music realm.

You may have heard of Kodie Shane through her association with Lil Yachty—being that she’s on his Sailing Team collective (the only female presence that is)—or perhaps from her recent hit “Hold Up (Dough Up)” featuring Yachty and Lil Uzi Green—the track has already garnered over 2.15 million plays in only its four months of being released.

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You can pretty much hit start on any of her myriad track options and get hooked in right away.

Aside from her latest EP, Shane also has Zero Gravity, Little Rocket and 2060 under her belt. While the former two total five tracks each, Shane’s other drops are full-on efforts, with BTLJ sitting at 10 songs, and 2060 at a good 13. That and a slew of singles and features and you’ve already got yourself a prolific body of work for such an undiscovered talent.

Regarded as a “breath of fresh air on the open sea of rap” by Noisy, Shane is turning heads left and right with her seriously infectious trap-ladened, thickly smooth R&B/Rap offerings. Working mostly with producers Matty P, D. Clax and K Major, who lace her up with reverberating beats and catchy snares, you can pretty much hit start on any of her myriad track options and get hooked in right away.

These are all signs that Shane has a work ethic that will surely get her places, and we’re going to be around to catch all them bombs. Check out a few selects throughout this post, and make sure to have a solid listen to all that she’s got from her official Soundcloud page here.

Alexander Lendrum

Editorial curator, born and raised in Hong Kong.