After a long hiatus, NEPA artist, Jared Xavier returns to the scene with a nostalgic freestyle that promises to keep your head bobbin’. The freestyle is just a freestyle to keep the fans at bay while he works on this forthcoming project, The Love is Rare.
Eso Tre and Subz are L.A. duo Substance Abuse, presenting the RCKLSS ABNDN-directed music video for the Waes One and Philm One-produced single “Bridges”, featuring Aceyalone of Freestyle Fellowship.
The Mighty Capeech drops some new fire with “Opportunity” from his forthcoming ep. Showing no remorse and staying true to the streets he delivers the hustlers aesthetic of making money and trying to staying alive.
Fresh off the momentum and well-deserved hype of his first single “Fuckin Wit P“, Mr2theP drops his follow-up single,“Natural“, an updated boom bap masterpiece from his new EP, Island Fever. Produced by Darren Vegas and featuring cuts from DJ Prolific.
Cloak the Scribe follows up the release of his debut album Dreams of a Giant with the release of his video for “Wake Up“.
“Desperation” is a dark and brooding, boom-bap Hip-Hop song detailing and dealing with the notion of desperation as an artist, produced by Eligh of Living Legends.
Sly Da’ Schola is currently behind bars, having been sentenced to 6 months in jail after getting into a fight with a group of frat kids. But that won’t stop him from reaching through the walls that separate him from the rest of the world right now. His project Be Back In 6 was created in order to keep his buzz going while he serves those 6 months.
Fresh from his recent “Psych Ward Flow” freestyle, Reflective Music artist D2G takes the mellow approach with his latest. Paying tribute to the city’s most notable ferris wheel, with narrative from fellow Petty Gang Chicago member and Blok Club DJ’s own DJ EL.
Alexander the Don‘s new single “Where Did You Go” is picking up momentum. Get on board with the movement and take a listen!