King Kade, from Boston, drops off his new song “Paranoid” featuring Rikki Blu. The song is produced by Derrick Ingram and the cover art was made by Saint Visuals.
[WiLL]iam._.Pittman has returned with his new SEFG Ent release entitled, “The Loop“.
Smart Mouth Records drops the new visual for JB‘s “Fell Out of Love“. This record is from JB’s who is riding high off og the release of his project THE BEST KEPT SECRET II: LOVER’S EDITION.
“Good” is the lead single from Ozay Moore‘s forthcoming release In the Wake of O (Illect Recordings). Production is handled by Stro Elliot of The Roots.
Cincinnati, Ohio-bred, Austin-based rapper and songwriter 2K! presents the single for “Free At Last!?”. When asked about the inspiration behind the song, 2K! said, “Free At Last is an expression of the pain I’ve felt, and how long it’s taken me to get my craft to the point it’s at.”
Tee-Wyla and Illect Recordings are excited to share an 11 track instrumental hip-hop Journey with you. It’s recommended for fans of beat tapes and producers like J. Dilla, Freddie Joachim, L’Orange, Mndsgn, Thes One, Birocratic and others.
Gospel’s unique city soul artist, Shyne On Me returns with a seasonal treat titled, Barmonies: The Long Fall. The Fall- themed project makes a metaphorical twist on the season of “Fall” and our human nature to “fall” to the temptations of sin. Shyne On Me openly confesses his struggles and shortcomings in a versatile display of musical artistry throughout his latest full-length project.
Bronx, New York emcee G.C. a.k.a. Godz Chyld presents the FlashBeats-produced music video for “Rock & Roll“, featuring Snyder Scribez. “Rock & Roll” is from the Things Ain’t What They Seem, his new EP featuring a guest appearance from Snyder Scribez and production from Flash Beats, Tone Jonez, NYC Bangers, D’artizt, Dreamlife and OSYM.
Lynn, MA artist, Toniii [formerly Tony Moreaux] after a short hiatus opens up the new year strong with the self-produced single “Anything Goes“. With his uninhibited lyrics and delivery they offset the catchy, melodious hook perfectly on this cut, creating a balance for the dark production style.
C.Shreve the Professor just released a new video from his Daddy Love To Rap album for the song “Downhill”. Shreve said that he and QWYK came up with the idea to challenge themselves to shoot, edit, and release a video all within 24 hours. While they took a little longer than originally planned to complete the final edit for “Downhill”, the end result is something rawly original and completely different from any of the other videos that FTO has previously released.