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Stream Dobbie & Krash Minati New EP, ‘Blues Brothers’

Ohio own Doobie and Krash Minati release their brand new Blues Brothers EP. Tallying up a total of 6 tracks, the project is primarily produced from Doobie and Krash themselves, with a guest producer credit from Lost Habit. The project is laced with sounds of retrospective rap scores all the way to placid euphonies. Dive into Doobie and Krash’s inner workings. Doobie burst onto the scene in late 2017, when his single, “When The Drugs Don’t Work” took off on YouTube amassing over 12 Millions views. After years of building a foundation in Ohio releasing tracks and mixtapes, Doobie moved more »

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YouTube Star DDG Drops “New Money” Video

DDG continues to make noise as he gears up for his first major tour. The young boss returns today to unleash more new material as he drops off the visual for “New Money”. The video single can be found on his latest project and has already accumulated over 900k views in just a matter of days. The young star is winning at a very early age and he flexes just that in the new video. Endless money, endless women, mansion locations, a lot has certainly changed since he use to sleep on the floor. Catch DDG flaunt just that in more »

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NYC’s Oxburg Drops New LP, ‘The Validation’

Fresh off the road with a popularity spanning from New York, Virginia, San Diego, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Orlando. Syracuse recording artist Oxburg delivers his best work to-date with the release of his new album, ‘The Validation’. Oxburg is a native of Syracuse, New York, where his love for music was nurtured at a young age by his godmother, a well-known Blues performer. Starting his own label back in 2007 with the release of his first album, ‘Death Before Dishonor’. ‘The Validation’ exhibits Oxburg’s award-winning quality with high energy, positive message, and astonishing body of work. more »

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N.O.’s Note$ Drops New Video, “What’s Next”

New Orleans recording artist Note$ is a fast rising star thanks to collective street hits. Today, we get the visual release off of Note$ new project, ‘Real Rich’ for the single, “What’s Next”. Directed by J. Wyatt, “What’s Next” puts Note$ in the middle of the transactions, enjoying the fruits of his labors while continuing to make plays. The 7thWard representer delivers a style of rhymes that are raw and versatile. Inspired by the hometown superstars of the past then took over the music industry for over a decade. “What’s Next” is off of Note$ latest project, ‘Real Rich’. Following more »

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Kansas City’s Zach Mitchell Got The “Sauce” in New Single

Resume including a childhood of commercials and Disney Channel appearances. 19-year-old Kansas City recording artist Zach Mitchell is ready to take his talents to music with the release of his debut single, “Sauce”. A catchy single written by Mitchell himself. “Sauce” is dripped with some trendy wordplay from the up-and-coming act telling the story of his girl impressed by his swag and getting lost in the sauce. Mid-tempo vibe that has a dance feel to it, Zach Mitchell engineers a debut single that is soon to be breakout hit . Hear “Sauce” by Zach Mitchell today via Spotify.

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Meet TxTheWay & His Debut Single, “Jump”

Jamaican-descent recording artist TxTheWay makes his debut with the release of his first single, “Jump”. Produced by Motiv, the Miramar, Florida act is about his money for his first effort. Hitting up the strip club with his pockets with the mumps, TxTheWay got your girl bouncing up an down for the cash as he remembers his lost homies. “Jump” carries a familiar hit-making formula with a catchy hook, repetitive metaphors, and relatable subject matter. TxTheWay’s musical influence span broadly from Jamaican artists like Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff, and Beres Hammond to Florida legends like Trick Daddy, Uncle Luke, and JT more »

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C Wells Drops His Hottest Song Yet, “New Whip”

C Wells is a fast-rising recording artist out of Lynn, Massachusetts riding a new wave right now thanks to his new single, titled, “New Whip”. The new song follows up Wells’ September 2017 short-film, “187 781”. On “New Whip”, C Wells is a man on a mission with this quality of lyricism coming from an up-and-coming. Produced by Marz, C Wells resurges after ten months hiatus with convictions of becoming the next big thing out of Massachusetts alongside Joyner Lucas. C Wells has identified the track as a “Summer Anthem,” with catchy hook and three sizzlingly attractive verses about riding more »

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Arizona’s Own Wade Makes Bold Statement on New Song, “Can’t Ball Like Us”

Wade Dansby Jr, known professionally as recording artist Wade, is drawing a lot of attention to himself with the buzzworthy success of his debut album, ‘Rubbin Elbows’. Today, we get the album’s first offering in the lead single, “Can’t Ball Like Us”. Featured on the track is fellow hot prospects Layz and Yog Westwood. A bragging rights session, Wade, Layz, and Yog Westwood deliver competitive slick talk on the debut as they speak on being bosses and working harder than any other active recording artist in today’s music. ‘Rubbin Elbows’ is the follow up to Wade’s flame starting project, ‘Ain’t more »

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SoCal Rising Star, WRRY, Drops Explosive Follow-Up Banger “MY TIME” with Apollo Hill

The Orange County music scene is thin. Aside from its crowded surf/ punk/ garage rock community that populates its underground music scene, Orange County is barren of accessible hip-hop talent making an impact on the culture. Now before I have the entire DIY community hate me for this assertion, let me be clear that beat showcases and collectives such as Beat Cinema and SXN have allowed an avenue for hip-hop and lo-fi producers to perform locally in cities such as Anaheim and Fullerton. Their efforts to colorize the hip-hop music scene in Orange County should not be overlooked. However, Orange more »

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Texas’ Dallas Clark Impress with New EP, “February Godchild”

In the self-aware and do-it-yourself generation, Dallas Clark is taking destiny into his own hands with his decision to pursue music. Taking pride in his creative talents and uniqueness, his rhymes reflect his firsthand experiences and principles. Evident in his latest release, ‘February Godchild’, Dallas Clark is ready to become the rapper that puts his hometown, Dallas Tx., on the map. Dallas Clark is dedicated to delivering the best music to his fans. Allowing his creative juices to take over during his music process, beat selection serves as a muse and inspires the dope rhymes he releases, “It’s rare that more »

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Ant Tha Giant Tells Us, “Betta Act Like Ya Know”

Anthony Mitchell, better known by his stage name Ant Tha Giant (aka ATG), is an American rapper, singer, songwriter and actor from the Bronx, NY. Maryland born but New York raised, Ant Tha Giant began writing music in 2012 and instantly fell in love with the art. What started out as a hobby for him became a burning passion, which you can feel in every song that he creates. In 2016 he began taking the music seriously and has not turned back ever since. He has since been honing his skills and perfecting his craft, preparing himself for a Global more »

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Soso Drops Anthem, “S.V.B. (Strippers vs. Bartenders)”

The Queens, NY born and bred artist, Soso is back with a brand new single “S.V.B.” (Strippers VS Bartenders). Soso whose moniker is an acronym for “Someone Sold Out” assures us that he never will. With the release of “Strippers VS Bartenders” Soso is back and better than ever. The next step for the artist is that he and his team will be releasing his highly anticipated full-length project. He promises that this will be unlike anything that we have ever heard. The new album will feature a modern and unique vibe that still pays homage to the classic NYC more »

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NYC’s Jon Wick Drops New Single, “She Gets Around”

Hip-hop artist Jon Wick from Brooklyn began his music career at the age of 19. His musical inspirations and influences are Jay-Z, Tupac, Biggie, Mase and Big L. Jon’s style is a fusion of 90’s hip-hop with a modern day twist. He possesses the versatility to create music that delivers an enlightening, powerful message(s) or creating commercial records. Something we hear in his new single, “She Gets Around”. “She Gets Around” is a dope track produced by Airborne Audio. Many have said this record is radio worthy as it uses a memorable one liner from Nelly’s classic “E.I.” The joint will leave music fans wanting to more »

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Watch Cleveland’s Slim Slater’s New Video, “Robin Hood”

Cleveland-bred and Strictly Get Doe Entertainment recording artist Slim Slater returns with the first single and visual for, “Robin Hood,” off his upcoming mixtape Tiny Rick due out this Spring. When asked about the making of this single Slim said, “everybody was just having fun and getting high while I was making it, it just felt right.” In his first release off the project, Slim let’s his fans know he holds it down for his hood and spreads the wealth. The video invites you to come say high and experience what Slim likes to call his “Crypto Trap.” Press play on more »

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Osquello and Maxd Team up for “Don’t Close Your Eyes”

Debuting on internet record label juggernaut, Majestic Casual, 18-year old London singer, Osquello, partners with Canadian melodic electronica veteran, Maxd, to craft a warm, sonically vintage, and emotionally resonant tune (inspired by the film Donnie Darko) that listeners will have on repeat. With a palette of crisp drums and colorful 808 patterns, listeners will become attached to the strong percussive production that drives the song’s pulse. In addition, Maxd’s ethereal synths give the track brightness and soul beyond its percussive counterpart. Furthermore, Osquello’s approachable and warm vocal contribution adds another dimension to the track. Osquello’s verses deal with confronting fear more »

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South Carolina’s Curtis Lamonz Got Next As Super Producer

From VH1, MTV, XXL, to Hot New Hip Hop, this year, everyone is checking for fast rising South Carolina producer Curtis Lamonz. The RCA’s King Los go-to producer developed a most-sought after catalog of music that transcends genres. Rock, R&B, Classical, and of course Hip-Hop, Curtis Lamonz is an intriguing producer that today’s music is really excited to work with. Born 1988 in Anderson, South Carolina. the 28-year-old producer practice paino at seven, at 13, Curtis trained in Classical. Finding his passion for production at 16, Curtis has always pushed the envelop with his music thanks to his infusion of more »

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Caulfield Lashes Out On “No F*cks Given”

“Atlanta’s Trap scene called, Caulfield answered.” Caulfield is an American Hip Hop artist from Athens, Georgia whose recent EP, “Under the Influence” has taken social media by storm. Grabbing the attentions of fans nationwide, Caulfield’s independent rise has afforded him opportunities to perform at renowned venues such as Georgia Theater in his hometown. Local music journalists have shown their support early on as well: “Atlanta’s Trap scene called and Caulfield answered. The rapper has carved out his own space.” – Adam Barton (Flagpole Magazine, Athens GA) Before the first quarter of the new year wraps up, Caulfield is ready to more »

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Watch GNA’s Girl Anthem Video, “Love Me”

Directed by Boulevard P, “Love Me” was actually written and first recorded in 2012. GNA co-wrote the single with songwriter, Myles. The video is a cute display of this, in front of a burger shack with her girls, being approached with same-o, same-o from guys. She immediately loved the song and what it stood for. The track is about being a confident woman who knows herself, her worth, and above everything all loves herself first. We are seeing this trend and theme in pop culture right now, with women loving themselves and banding together. Perfect timing with “Love Me” and more »

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King Co Shares New Video, “Fire Drill”

We are about to have a “Fire Drill” and King Co is going to pull the fire alarm. The Texas rapper shares new video for the track taking his game to the next level to show you. “Fire Drill” is the first single of that ‘Redemption’ project. Brief background on King Co. A love of music and poetry as a child is what inspired Mikel Brown Jr. to pursue a career in the music industry. Bringing a fresh face and a much desired new sound to the industry, King Co has made a name for himself in the Texas underground more »

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West Coast’s Epademik & Siccness Behead Tekashi69 on New EP, ‘Walter & Whitey’

Southern California’s elite elder statesmen recording artists Epademik and Siccness team up for a lyrically murderous new collaborative EP to combat the commercial mumbling lackluster lyricism that oversaturate today’s Hip-Hop, titled, ‘Walter and Whitey’. Inspired by popular characters from the cult classic television series, “The Breaking Bad”, Epademik embodies Whitey Dorner and Siccness co-stars as Walter White. ‘Walter and Whitey’ is a refreshing collaboration of West Coast defining verbal assault. Attacking today’s new school acts like 6ix9ine (Whom is beheaded on the cover) and more by teaching them the traditional wordplay and thought-provoking rhymes that has made the West Coast more »

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