Since first coming on the scene, Richie Wess has been known to work with a slew of artists including Rick Ross, Kevin Gates, and OG Maco. Following the release of his latest project Lord Finesse back in July, the South Florida native shoots the official video for his Fat Joe-assisted cut, “Cha-Ching.”
After tapping on Toronto’s own Tory Lanez for the original version earlier this year, Mr. Papers calls on Remy Ma for an updated version of his latest single, “Celine.” Produced by 808Godz, Remy Ma and Tory Lanez kick off the record with their signature flows, while Mr. Papers brings the record home with a list of his accolades, his woman dressing just the way he likes it, and never believing he’d get to where he is now.
Making a name for himself outside his child’s mother, Lil Kim, Mr. Papers treats us to a banger that is sure to ring off in the club. The record is set to appear on his forthcoming project, ‘Transitions.’
Stream below and be sure to purchase the record on iTunes.
After dropping the video to TLC-sampled cut, “Man-Eater” earlier last month, Cali Luv has returned with her brand new mixtape, Homage. Composed with a rendition of her own R&B mixtape collection sampling classic music from the 90’s, the self-made singer-songwriter takes inspiration from Aaliyah, TLC, Mary J. Blige, and more.
Stream the 10-track effort below.
Biography: Cali is of Panamanian and Black-American decent. Originally from California residing in NYC an all-around California girl who has always embraced her Latin culture. At the age of 11 she joined a gospel group who had intentions on crossing over into R&B, unfortunately, the group split. Raised by her single mother, until her family went from just from 4 to 7 after her eighth-grade graduation, Cali left the Inland Empire at having to conform to life growing up in Oakland.
Once she experienced everything Oakland had to offer her, she then ventured off at the tender age of 18 to New York City alone, to chase her dreams. Residing in Uptown NYC in 2008, Cali was introduced to (then porn star) Heather Hunter and Treach (of Naughty by Nature) she was then asked to be a part of a rap group they were starting up. Cali gave it a try but didn’t feel it was an appropriate fit and declined the offer. In 2009, Cali met Huddy 6 of Harlem World and was then introduced to Cam’ron whom gave her the name ‘Cali’ and was also interested in her becoming a rapper. Knowing rap music wasn’t her passion, she began working at her singing career later that year and appeared on Camron & Vado’s Boss of all Bosses project.
In July 2017, Cali Luv composed an R&B mixtape collection of classic R&B music from the 90’s called, Homage. Cali is now a self-made singer-songwriter. Stay tuned for the release of her new videos and EP coming your way
22 year old, Yonkers artist & producer SavtheGenius releases his video for his self-produced single “LITTY.”
Hailing from New York by way of California, R&B songstress Cali (a name that was given by Dipset founder, Cam’ron)finally found her footing in the industry back in ’09 singing on Vado’s Boss of all Bosses mixtape. Promoting her latest release project, “Homage,” were Cali composed a rendition of her own R&B mixtape collection of classic music from the 90’s, the self-made singer-songwriter delivers to us the visual to her latest single, “Man-Eater” where she samples TLC’s 1999-single, “No Scrubs.”
On the latest episode of King Boe Christ‘s podcast, the Long Island native interviews a scammer, where we get the dish on how he started scamming, why he does it, the difference between drug dealers back in the day and millennial drug dealers, King Boe Christ almost getting scammed on camera, and much more.
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Interview with a scammer. I say that to say this live. https://t.co/7kFEbn5FEE
— King Boe Christ ♚ (@KingBoeChrist) July 27, 2017
Tapping on the services of Fred The Godson who’s dropping his Gordo mixtape next month, D.E.O.N. Young treats us to a brand new track where he samples TLC’s 1999-Fanmail-LP cut, “No Scrubs.” Encouraging the guys in the club to get that girl a drink, Deon has his eye on a girl of his own over the jaegoofficial-produced cut.
Stream the track below.
At the top of the summer, Boston rapper Jay Gatz dropped his singles “Watchu Need” and “Pink Prayer.” After taking a month off, the 24-year old returns with a brand new visual for his latest offering, “Side Peace.” With production handled by Ayydot, the record takes a journey from the point of view of the side dude to the woman’s significant other that is locked up.
Watch the visual shot by Matt Arnold above.
Hailing from Philadelphia, PA., 21-year-old rapper Alex Catrambone liberates with a brand new offering titled, “Yeezy Season.” With assistance from Andrew Meoray, this duo is ready to get to success by any means necessary.
Stream “Yeezy Season” below.
Ish Williams releases a new song titled, “Chasin.” This marks the Jersey rapper’s first release since “Pull Up” some months ago. With this new single, Ish grabs producers Army Zenn and Kenif Muse for a chilled-out hustler’s anthem. Getting money with friends, and “leveling up,” it seems like the $outh$ide native is more focused than ever. Listen to “Chasin” below, and revisit his Sonia’s Son project here.