Digi Drizz – ‘Lookout’ ft Ramadan

Digi Drizz and Ramadan release their new visual for the melodic ‘Lookout’ single that was produced by Jouce Money. This film was shot and directed by Caleb Edens, a creative director who has most recently worked with G Eazy, Dexter and more. The visual was shot in the hometown of Meriden, CT and reached over 35k views over the course of just two days! These artists are set to drop more visuals, in approach to their mixtape on the way. Let us know your thoughts below: 




Jordan Caesar Drops Off New Single ‘Bedroom’

In the song ‘Bedroom’, Jordan explores a realm of intensity with a girl who he was once intimate with. There is evidently some emotion that he holds towards her, but there’s something off about it. This is not your typical love song, as piercing lyrics as dark as night are scattered throughout the single. With a guitar groove that sets the mood of the night and chilling lyrics to match it’s definitely a masterpiece from beginning to end. Take a listen:

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SBEEZ Drops Off ‘Flashy’ Debut Single | @Sbeezlh

The California heartbreak rockstar SBEEZ drops off “Flashy” his debut visual for his designer anthem over a Snooza instrumental. The visual shows off his style with more drip than your favorite mainstream artist, directed by Seth Wiltz Films.

The song talks about how his mom says he should take it slow but he cant stop buying designer clothes and fucking bad bitches. Let us know what you think of this saucey track below!


Soduh – ‘Bad Views’ | @Zoduh

Northeast Baltimore aka The Swamp is home to rising star Soduh. Spinning personal tales in a deep gravelly tone, the rapper is committed to shining a light on his city in a major way.

Bad Views is the first single from Soduh’s project “The Crocodile” which is available on all platforms. The video is a multi-layered tribute to the city of Baltimore. “I just wanted to show our culture. From the way we walk, talk, the chicken boxes we eat, to the beautiful neighborhoods where the most ugliest things happen in,” says Soduh.