Prestigious – “Money Making Mitch (Video)”


Cleveland rising hype, Prestigious, drops off his new duo of releases with the new single, accompanied by the official visual, “Money Making Mitch.”
Inspired by the hip-hop culture classic, Paid In Full, Prestigious puts his own new school feel in the official new video which visualizes the come up, pitfalls, and success that the life of a hustler provides.
Prestigious floats over the beat with ease, dropping dope punchlines and witty bars throughout. This music video is the perfect way to pay homage to the movie and culture, while bringing something new to the table.

Watch the official video for, “Money Making Mitch,” below, and listen to more music from Prestigious via SoundCloud.

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Klee Magor – “Lunch Money” [Lyric Video]

The latest single by Toronto’s own Klee Magor is about hustling and getting paid. Making money and living better, earning bread… hence “Lunch Money”. The lyric video gives the audience a better chance to understand Klee‘s lyrics and will be followed by an official video soon.

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Twitter: @RivieraRegime
Facebook: @Klee.Magor
Instagram: @Klee_Magor

Lena Jackson – End Of The Tunnel [feat. Maestra]

Lena Jackson is an underground hip-hop artist and poet from Raleigh, NC. Primarily born and raised in a poverty stricken area, Lena grew up with music as her focal point of comfort, with writing as her therapy. Jackson started penning poetry as a child, but later became intrigued by cypher sessions she would see in school cafeterias in her early teens. She eventually learned to interchange poetry stanzas for rap bars, and found pleasure in both spoken word and cypher rapping. Her influences include Nas, MC Lyte, Outkast, Missy Elliot, and Bone Thugs & Harmony.

Lena’s goal with her upcoming “Darkness Brim” [EP] is to display her verbal skill-set on darker topics not typically discussed in mainstream hip-hop, issues such as poverty, domestic violence and mental illness. “End Of The Tunnel” is a laid back hip-hop sanguine of despair and hope, laced with intense bars about fear and heartbreak, featuring Maestra. She delivers lyrics and mellifluous melodies, while production is handled by P.A.T Junior. “Darkness Brim” EP is out March 30th, with a guest appearance from Precyce Politix.

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Jo$e Rivera feat. Curtis Williams & TC Hitz – Another Day

Jo$e Rivera releases a new track “Another Day” featuring Atlanta bred artist Curtis Williams and TC Hitz. The Panamanian descent emcee is currently working on his upcoming project Becoming Legendary II (Dreams Never Die) that will feature acts such as Mickey Factz, Creole Devine and more. Check out the Blue Clown-produced single below.

Twitter: @RealJoseRivera @ThatBoyCurtis @TCHitz84

WAV3Pop – Burning Bridges

Pivoting off the success of their previous releases, WAV3POP releases the first audio release from their upcoming project entitled Island coming soon. Produced by the guys, they credit this new sound to their bond and overall music chemistry. When asked about the inspiration behind this song title WAV3POP had this to say: “People say don’t burn bridges, we burn the bad ones.”

Twitter: @WAV3Pop

KXNG Crooked – “Kane Street” (Ode To Big Daddy Kane)

“Kane Street” is inspired by hip-hop icon Big Daddy Kane’s classic single “Smooth Operator” and it feels like its 1989 all over again. KXNG Crooked and Jonathan Hay assembled a big team for “Kane Street” which includes  Mike Smith, Ranna Royce, Toon, The Visionary And The Architect, DJ Manipulator, Louie Gonz, King Graint, Mani Ajami and Benny Reid.

“Kane Street” is taken from the forthcoming The Hoodlum Ball LP that will be released on 4-20-18 and also features Twista, Conway, Riff Raff, MC Eiht, Cyhi The Prynce and more.

 

Devin Koi – 1 Up

The latest artist creating a buzz not only in his city of Jacksonville, FL but also in the surrounding areas, is no other than Devin Koi. Already being being dubbed as the new Bryson Tiller with music that exceeds any and all expectations of the young Jacksonville, Florida native, it’s easy to see why he’s so revered. Dropping out of high school his junior year to fully pursue his music career has been in his words, “the best decision I’ve ever made.” With his newest single “1 Up” setting the bar for this years rookie artist, it’s clear to see why he maybe a big threat in the game. And at the age of 20, his future is unpredictable, but his presence in the music industry will be no short of colossal.

Twitter: @DevinKoi