It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Minnesota artist, Dom Milli…
Listen to, “Ball Out,” below and check out more music from Dom Milli via SoundCloud.
Hip Hop personality Mouse Jones is widely known for his brash yet genuine takes on everything pertaining to music and popular culture. While still the host of his irreverent comedy podcast “HeManWomanHatersClub,” Mouse recently inked a deal with BET and launched new brand new visual podcast series titled “I’ll Apologize Later” on BET’s Youtube channel. Thus far his guests have included actor/singer Mack Wilds and G.O.O.D. Music’s Desiigner. This week, Mouse welcomes rapper and Love And Hip Hop’s Nya Lee.
“On This week of “I’ll Apologize Later,” Mouse Jones has guest Nya Lee! Mouse talks about which rapper looks like he should be fixing phones instead of rapping, why he tells a hip-hop legend to hold that L and gives Nya Lee some unwanted feedback on her bars Nya Lee also discusses Cardi B beef. Whatever he says… he’ll apologize later!”
Stayed tuned for the producer’s ‘Tony Fontana’ album to drop real soon.
Akbar V is the hardest female MC to come out of Atlanta and she’s unapologetic about it – and her men troubles – in her new video to her single ‘Thug Me Like This’ featuring K. Michelle. Since the struggle is a way of life and the streets practically raised her, Akbar V’s cinderella story is more like a sequel to ‘Set It Off’ – with a superstar outcome.
The Cleveland Avenue native and R&B songstress, and close friend, K. Michelle join forces to defend their hearts and share their issues via FaceTime as they do in real life. As Michelle takes flight on the chorus, V deals with infidelity and trust with the perfect cameo by Quality Control artist Kollision.
Accompanying Akbar V’s powerhouse delivery and pretty smile comes a lot of female: barz, massive freestyles and that good #BigMamaTalk! With the streets buzzing and a new single releasing with 21 Savage next week, Akbar V is on fire and she’s not letting up!
Born Samuel Stewart II, but popularly known by his stage name, Young Vet, North Carolina rapper Vet has proven himself as a rising star to watch in 2018. Already racking up features and cosigns from hip-hop veterans Styles P and Cassidy on tracks such as “Quit Lying” and “Let That Boy Cook,” Vet is well on his way. Given the name Young Vet for his progressive and mature mindset which seemed to set him light years ahead of his peers, the rapper is creating his own lane and commandeering the respect of hip hop’s best and brightest, following the release of his 2016 project, Veterans Days, Veterans Affair hosted by DJ Iceberg, DJ Pretty Boy Tank and DJ Wade Banner.
Originally born in Cincinnati, OH prior to relocating to Raleigh, NC with his family, Vet got turned on to music at a very young age by a close family relative who introduced him to number of lyricists such as Nas, Wu-Tang Clan, Mobb Deep, Cassidy, Jeezy, and others who quickly became some of his biggest musical influences. Impressed with the level of storytelling by these artists, Vet began to take his own craft seriously and by the time he hit high-school, telling stories and writing raps was an all-consuming passion. However, it wasn’t until after a brief stint at North Carolina A&T State University and a hiatus from music, that he decided in 2015 following the birth of his daughter that he was seriously going to pursue music.
In late 2016 following his reemergence back on the scene, Vet and Cassidy connected on Twitter and immediately developed a mutual respect for one another. So much so the two decided to link up for Young Vet’s single “Let that Boy Cook” featuring the Philly rapper. Inspired and floored by fans response to the track, the duo connected once again in March of 2017 and shot the visuals for the banger featuring the rappers walking down various New York City blocks to capture the essence of the gritty street track.
The rapper is now hard at work on his upcoming EP due out this spring, and is excited more than ever to create new music that transcends trends, is timeless as well as honest for fans.Vet is off to a quick start in the new year, and has already dropped his brand new record, “I Don’t Understand,” produced by Araabmuzik. Stay tuned
Surfacing from South Florida, Hip-Hop artist Tony Hood has quickly become a sought after artist to work with for some of the industry’s biggest names, bringing a fresh new sound to the scene. Tony Hood speaks for the hustlers, the have not’s, and those who don’t stop at being told no. He is the voice of the people making something out of nothing. Only the real can relate.
Born in Guyana, much of Tony Hood’s music is influenced by Hip Hop and Caribbean cultures. His music is a unique mixture of Hip Hop and R&B, combined making it a genre he calls #HOODNB. At a young age he moved to Brooklyn and later to Florida, accounting for his diverse musical range. Tony began recording original music he himself wrote and composed, a completely self-sufficient artist and producer in its rarity. He already boasts a resume of high profile work, including singles with the likes of Young Dolph, Gunplay, Mystikal, K-Camp, T.Rone and Que.
Despite his success so far, Tony Hood continuously strives to raise the bar. His first studio album self-titled ‘Let It Rock’ is available on all platforms now. Stay tuned for what more he has in store.
This record is my “hangover” anthem! Self-produced, I want people to catch that vibe of when they went too hard the night before. #LastNightWasMadReal –Tony Hood
While PRhyme (DJ Premier & Royce 5’9”) achieved many milestones with their debut collaborative effort, the iconic duo’s follow-up PRhyme 2, which was released on 3-16-18 further cemented the ambitious group’s artistic legacy.
PRhyme 2 debuted at #1 on the iTunes Hip-Hop Chart and #2 on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart, the projects second single, “Rock It,” has been predominantly featured on ESPN’s SportsCenter and they delivered an unforgettable performance of “Flirt” featuring 2 Chainz on the Jimmy Fallon Show.
The fans demanded it, so today Premier and Royce announced via an exclusive news premiere with Complex that they are going to take PRhyme on the road for a not to be missed seven-city tour run which will kick off on May 30th in Philadelphia and concludes on June 15th in Los Angeles.
“I look forward to getting back on the road and touring the country with Preem as PRhyme” Royce asserted. “We had so much fun making this album and having the ability to share our vision with the world via our one of a kind live show is a great reward.” Further, DJ Premier added “PRhyme 2 brings another chapter of a unique union of what me and Royce present when we form our legacies together as PRhyme. It’s only right to double up both projects and light the fuse.”
In addition to announcing their new tour, PRhyme is also releasing the release date for the vinyl release (Double Vinyl Album) of PRhyme 2 along with the Instrumental Album; both of which will be released on 4-20-18 and are available for pre-order.
PRhyme 2 Tour Dates:
5-30-18- Philadelphia, PA (TLA)
5-31-18- Boston, MA (Paradise)
6-2-18- Washington, DC (Howard Theater)
6-5-18- New York, NY (Highline)
6-7-18- Detroit, MI (St. Andrews)
6-14-18- San Francisco, CA (Slims)
6-15-18- Los Angeles, CA (El Rey)
Freddie Gibbs, G Perico and Mozzy team up for a new single called “Colors,” produced by League Of Starz.
Swae taps his brother Slim Jxmmi for his latest single, “Guatemala.”