Jackson, Tennessee host home to a slew of rising talent such as Calvin Ross, Yung Elo and today’s artist, DaTBoYZEL. As part of ZeL&MiKey, the pair took there talents all the way to Nashville’s America’s got Talent audition in 2012. Now, Z3L has emerged as a solo entity and more explosive as ever. He recently released his debut album by the name of “Datboy” that features CA$H, 2j, M.I.N.D. and the aforementioned, Calvin Ross. The project … Continue reading
Brooklyn artist Chase Asè delivers “Hitlist”, his epic sounding, high energy debut produced by Baltimore’s Ezr0 Marei. The New Yorker shows his outstanding aggression and confidence in himself. “Hitlist” is a deliverance of hard-hitting lyrics with a melodic undertone. Coming from the trenches of Brooklyn, it’s likely that dreaming big isn’t something common but for Chase, nothing is far fetched. Check the single out below.
Fa$t Life is still going full speed with his latest visual, “Nun”. In order to create your best work, sometimes it requires elevating to a higher plateau. The fast rising Atlanta artist is doing just that on this DY of the 808 Mafia-produced hit. “Young a$$ nigga, doing old man numbers” is one of the many quoteables delivered as he unleashes a fury of punchlines and thought provoking lyrics over the driving 808 laced instrumental. … Continue reading
Recently, BBC (Russia) traveled to New Orleans to learn more about rising rapper Alfred Banks. During the interview, Banks talks about his current journey to success, becoming homeless as well as the untimely death of his oldest brother Orlandas and how this tragic event inspired his EP “A Beautiful Prelude” and more. “I want to make the idea of mental illness ok to rap about.” – Alfred Banks.
St. Paul’s DB Tha Rasta reps for the Midwest heavy in “Hottest In The City”, a new visual directed by Dontell Antonio. This song will appear on DB’s upcoming “Being Broke Iz Not An Option” EP.
Jersey artist Driftee (PKA Adrift Da Belle) makes a candid reappearance to the music scene with her Teejay Suplx-produced hater anthem, “Y U Mad?!!!”.
With his third indie release, Shyne On Me leads a soulful journey through the inner- city streets of Washington, DC. The witty wordplay and soulful melodies that make up “Soul Of The City II” give the listener a “best of both worlds” experience. With Gospel and Neo-Soul influences, Shyne breaks open Hip Hop’s barriers and welcomes a diverse audience of music lovers. Listen to the full single below.
Rising Atlanta artist Fa$t Life continues to impress with quality material as with his latest single “Nun”, produced by DY of the 808 Mafia. “Young a$$ nigga, doing old man numbers” is one of the many quoteables delivered on the single as he proceeds to unleash a fury of punchlines and thought provoking lyrics over the driving 808 laced instrumental. Listen below and stay tuned for his “199X” to drop.
Spokane, Washington dual effort Certified Outfit presents the official video for “Down 2 Ride”, featuring chorus assistance from King Sonny. An ideal record for late night cruising, Swindle and Church exercise potent wordplay over a saucy West Coast themed instrumental, also self-produced by Church. With high expectations already set within their circle, Certified lands a one-two punch with the accompanying video presentation. Landoe for Vivid Visual Films utilizes a dusky skyline to open the visual … Continue reading
The Collab King, Taiyamo Denku, is back with a brand new video for the Big Twins and Urban Legend assisted “Where We Live” featuring a Jazz infused production handled by CDM owner/producer, Dcypha. Full of classic old school flare, the rhyming trifecta provide a well balanced variety of lyricism speaking about urban city living in Milwaukee and Queensbridge. Though those two areas are the focal point of the song, “Where We Live” details urban ways … Continue reading