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Watch Uni-G & Rina Glover New Music Video, “I’m On”

Gabriel UniLias Adjei-Gyamfi, better known as recording artist Uni-G, is a high-profile new artist who has been praised by several premier New York music entertainment outlets. Today, Uni G continues his buzzworthy campaign with the release of his latest music video for the new single, properly-titled, “I’m On”. Directed by Be Freaky With That Camera, The Unidentifed God is living like a king in his latest feature. Influenced by the Eddie Murphy comedy classic, the rapper is adored by loyal subjects, servants at his beckoned call, and a great leading lady in Rina Glover. Uni-G delivers respectable bars filled with more »

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New York’s Gromo Nabs Hush For “Find Me (Marco Polo)

New York’s Gromo and Hush continue their hit-making wave with the release of their new release, titled, “Find Me (Marco Polo)”. On the latest collaboration, the two execute a familiar formula of catchy mid-tempo rhyme over trendy sing-a-long vocals. “Find Me” tells the story of young, fly, and flashy star living the lavish life of blowing money fast and poppin’ bottle nights. Words of encouragement, motivation, and positivity make the track another radio-friendly hit by the up-and-coming star. This third collaboration follow-up the two’s previous hits, “R.I.P.” and “Hurry”. Gromo is an undeniable talent who has a unique sound and more »

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Stream Chris2pher New EP, ‘Interlude’

As Atlanta continues to have a strong foothold in today’s music, more and more fresh face are coming out of The A to the top of the charts like the newest sensation Chris2pher. With his breakout single, “One Reason” rallying an impressive fanbase, the up-and-coming drops a five-track body of work to formally introduce himself to Hip Hop, properly-titled, Interlude. For his first time, Chris2pher sticks to the winning format of impressive wordplay, catchy regional lingo, and charm. Along with “One Reason”, Chris2pher accompanies the lead with strong collection including breakout tracks, “Young N*$$#” and “W/Luv”. A great first impression more »

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Ysteeze – “Balling”

Southern Hip Hop has been enjoying the spotlight as of late and YSTEEZE is one of the next promising leaders of the new Southern school. Since stepping foot in the game, Ysteeze has quickly demonstrated himself to be a multifaceted artist who conveys witty lyricism and charismatic rhyming structures. Following the release of his album “Slave,” Ysteeze returns with his new single “Balling” off his upcoming “Slave 2” which will be released this Summer 2019. “Balling” by Ysteeze is available now via Brodyx2.

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Memphis Superstar Trub Drops New Song at the “Top”

Standing out has always been a priority for TRUB. His style is different, his sound his different; add that to the undeniable hustle and you’ve got the secret to success. The Memphis, TN born rapper found a niche for his music early. In the world of hip-hop where sex, drugs, and negativity are the norm, TRUB wanted to give a new perspective. His first step was relocating to Atlanta to put in the much-needed work to elevate his career. Those investments led him to work with some of the industries largest names including Juicy J, Project Pat, Bruno Mars, Future, Gorilla more »

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RTD FROST – “Non Stop” Ft. Tee Grizzley & Sada Baby

Today RTD Frost releases the audio to his new single, “Non Stop” featuring Tee Grizzley and Sada Baby.  Repping North Coumbus’s Joyce Avenue, this self made entrepreneur was recently released from a five year prison bid and hit the ground running.  “See to be certified you have to be able to walk out of any door in life. That’s what makes a man more dangerous in life, being able to walk out of any door. Meaning, I can talk music with you right now, I can talk politics, and I can tell you some street shit,” RTD Frost explained. “Knowledge is power. I really come more »

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Jack Bruno – Can’t Stop Lying

LA based multi-talented artist Jack Bruno drops a new song “Can’t Stop Lying.” The track is from his upcoming project Put Your Name On It available later this month. Fans can catch Bruno currently on tour opening up dates for Lil Pump and Lil Skies Tour across the US. On this new anthem, Bruno combines his winning style of singing and rapping over an infectious head-nodding track. Check it out below.

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Asoh Black! Drops Hot “Foolie” Video

Asoh Black! premiered the video for his hit single “Foolie,” a few days ago, after teasing the release for months to much anticipation. The futuristic, fantastical video highlights Asoh’s trademark Brooklyn swagger, while showcasing his braggadocious lyricism and dynamic energy. “I felt like the fans were getting too much of my calm side,” he says. “So I needed to remind them I’m the type of artist that stays electrified and “Foolie” is the perfect record for that.” The video, directed by Cooper Davis –who also directed “Joy” and “My Bounce” for Asoh — solidifies Asoh’s art direction and musical stylings more »

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New Collab, B Free & Diggy Simmons Star in “All Mine” Video

Off his new Lost in Paradise EP, Detroit-native B Free links with New York’s Diggy Simmons, the two were introduced by Big Sean’s best friend Earlly Mac, and decided to get on a song together. For your listening pleasure, they present, “All Mine”. Both artists recorded the single together in Los Angeles, CA. For the video, Diggy flew out to Detroit, where they shot the video, and he helped with the radio promo of the single “All Mine”. The single was produced by PGF and the video was directed by Nick Margetic. According to B Free, “Sometimes collaborations can feel more »

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Miami Jumpmann B. Drops “Young Nigga” Anthem Video

“Young Nigga”is becoming an anthem in Miami. Jumpmann B’s flow puts listeners in mind of other Miami rappers like Kodak Black. The song was produced by Keith Beats. The track and video infectious, with B’s melodic flow. “When I made Young Nigga all I could really think about is how I’m living my life. I was mainly inspired by how much my hood, family, and my niggas show love.” Born Jeffrey Morey Jones, raised in the city of Miami Gardens, Florida. A lover of basketball, Jeffrey developed his jump shot, and the nickname “Jumping Bean” evolved into his rap name more »

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Rising Star Zavy Defines Himself on New Single, “Rain”

Following the success of previous releases, “VVS” and “Flex Like Zavy”, Orange County-native Xavier Young, better known by his stage name Zavy keeps the momentum going with a new song, “Rain”. For the new track, Zavy dives deep into his emotions and tell the story of his come up including doubt, fear, and self-confidence. When asked about the track, the rising star response: “People always have something to say whether it be negative or positive but I don’t pay attention to any of that. When I say I make it “rain”, I’m not talking money. I’m speaking more in terms more »

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Stream North Carolina’s Garcia Vega New Single, “Bruce Leroy”

Garcia Vega just dropped his new single, “Bruce Leroy.” Vega’s music embodies the hustle and grit from streets of North Carolina never told before. The Rapper/Producer is quickly rising above the ranks of Carolina MC’s. Stay on the look out for the “Bruce Leroy” visuals. He is also working on a new record with Da Baby called, “Look At God.” Stream the new single, “Bruce Leroy” now courtesy of Spotify.

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Watch Rizzo Richie New Video, “Check Up”

Following up on his Young Chop collab, “Need Some Mo,” Chicago’s Rizzo Richie wraps up his late 2018 EP, Honolulu, with one last visual, “Check Up.” In the video, Rizzo shows you exactly what happens when that edible kicks in as he wakes up in the middle of nowhere. After getting his bearings, he lyrically flexes over Banks The Genius’ production. “The instrumental was initially made for Juice WRLD,” Rizzo Richie explains. “Who didn’t do anything with it, but when Banks let me hear it I instantly took to it. It had a summer Island feel to it, and I more »

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New Orleans’ Big Choo x GameOva Skip x Bruce Dillon Drop New Single, “WHY”

Coming from New Orleans, LA, Bruce Dillon has been influenced musically by talent emerging from his city, like Hot Boyz and Juvenile. His new single, “Why”, is produced by Beat Demons with additional help from Raj Smoov and Blaza the Beat Contractor. Those producers are known for their work with Lil Wayne and Big Freedia. The single features Gameova Skip and the popular Big Choo. The single is becoming an anthem in New Orleans and Bruce Dillon is now ready to share it outside of his hometown. Stream “Why” by the New Orleans trio now.

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Chris Lane Talks About Mental Health on “Puppet”

Jaz-O, who’s known as Jay-Z’s mentor, returns with a track he produced for the emerging emcee, Chris Lane about the awareness of mental health, creatively-titled, “Puppet.” Lane’s inspiration behind the song is based on mental health. We have a nation of people being controlled and enslaved through the mind. Chris Lane wanted to bring awareness to how these negative thoughts that are coming at us through media, television, commercial, etc. are destroying our kids and adults. People are committing suicide and harmful acts due to the lack of attention to this disease. Stream Chris Lane New Single, “Puppet”.

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Stream Tae Snap’s New Project, ‘OG and a Palm Tree’

Venice, California recording artist Tae Snap links up with the talented act Myke T for an electrifying 12-track new project, properly-titled, OG and a Palm Tree. Ready to make his global debut, Tae Snap delivers a catchy, energetic, and outstanding body of work with high anticipation of what will come from the rising star the rest of 2019. For more on Tae Snap, follow the new artist on Instagram for daily updates. OG and a Palm Tree is available now via Ocean Grown Music Group. Stream “OG and a Palm Tree” now on Spotify.

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Shoddy Boi – “You Aint Stopping Me”

Hailing from Akron, Ohio, up-and-coming Shoddy Boi tells his inspiring story on the new single, “You Ain’t Stopping Me”. In the video, Shoddy Boi displays his rise from nothing with a pocket full of lent and a dream. Slick wordplay, concrete punchlines, and a promising appeal, Shoddy Boi proves he is ready to follow in his idols’ footsteps. “You Ain’t Stopping Me” is off Shoddy’s latest project, Grit Rich or Die Tryin. Get familiar with the uprising today in the new video. Shoddy Boi’s Grit Rich or Die Tryin is available now.

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Bitter Bones Dropped a New Track, “Where Were You”

Bitter Bones is an artist that is looking to make a major impact on pop culture..His style and sound are so different from what we are hearing today, its flat out mind blowing. What he is bringing to the music industry will affect lives on some many different levels. We are seriously looking at greatness unfold right before our eyes. The name of the record that he is promoting is “Where Were You” and its something to listening to for real. Stream “Where Were You” Now.

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Mega Ran & Vee Tha Rula Come Together For, “Catch 22”

Arizona’s heavyweights connect on a new banger. Vee Tha Rula, who is signed with Kid Ink’s Alumni banner, connects with “nerdcore” OG Mega Ran to spit some bars over a slick beat by up and comer G1. The result is…flames. Ahead of the release, Mega Ran is heading to Vegas this weekend to host Ring Of Honor’s 17th Anniversary show, then Treefort Music Festival in Boise, then the UK run, then on tour with fellow nerdcore rappers MC Lars, MC Frontalot and Schäffer The Darklord on the Mt. Nerdcore Tour. The run kicks off on April 30 in Fargo, North more »

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Ceschi Ramos Drops Interesting New Single, “Sad Fat Luck”

The title “Sad, Fat Luck” comes from a joke photo Ceschi sent to his musical partner Factor Chandelier from a jacuzzi in a posh hotel room above Times Square in March 2017. The photo titled “Sad, Fat Boy” was shot in a room provided to him by an infamous (ex)hacker friend who decided that Ceschi needed a break from the stress that came from ending a six-year relationship. 2018 brought an almost monthly stream of friend deaths for Ramos, and the “Sad, Fat Luck” EP was still sitting in the vaults while he toured perpetually to financially maintain his record more »

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