Houston, Texas is the home to the Hoodkats – members of Hoodkat Music Group (HKMG), to be exact. And HKMG is home to several up and comers, including the young spitter who goes by the name of Yung Wood Winnin – and winning is just what he plans to do for the rest of 2018 and beyond.
This lively artist/songwriter serves the important role of breadwinner in his family, so it was only right that he link up with Breadman, HKMG’s head honcho. Together with the rest of the HKMG family, Yung Wood Winnin is carefully plotting his next move, which includes the release of new music and visuals, all under the HKMG umbrella.
“4rm Nothin”, consists of 7 tracks reflective of Tate228’s personal life experiences through vivid imagery. The project features “$ipp,” a collaboration with Hustle Gang’s Dopeboy Ra and will be available on iTunes, SoundCloud, & Youtube thats out now.
Eman Got Dough has been working hard the last 6 months to prep critics and fans alike for the release of ‘Under The Influence,’ his most impressive body of work to date. Spearheaded by singles “Money Thru The Roof” featuring Hoodrich Pablo Juan and the Carl Paul-produced “Digital Dash,” the 12-track project plays out like an auto-tuned rollercoaster and serves as a precursor to a handful of records the Florida native is going to release with Future‘s brother Freebandz Casino later this year.
Give the cohesive collection of songs a listen after the break and purchase it via iTuneshere. I’ve also included his WSHH-liberated video for “Digital Dash!”
Hip Hop artist, Money Man, has officially released his latest project ‘6 Hours 2‘. This new project is the second installment of his highly acclaimed 6 Hours mixtape series, featuring 12 new tracks without features. His latest single, Exotic, is on this tape alongside of various other tracks that talk about finance, growth, energy and more.
6 Hours 2 is available now on all mixtape platforms (Spinrilla, Mixtapes, LiveMixtapes, etc.).
Houston rapper, EDF arrives with new a single “Burbs“ featuring production from Platinum Hands. The record sets the pace on what we can expect from E‘s upcoming project, “Westheimer Superstar“ set to release from Original Playa Records later this summer. “Westheimer Superstar“ will include appearances from GLC and Stalley.
Toronto’s Rome is an artist in every sense of the word. He got his name from an early fascination with Greek and Roman mythology. Keeping that in mind, it’s no surprise that classical Renaissance art has always been his greatest inspiration.
In a time where music is lazy and hip hop acts would rather be known as “Rockstars”, Rome takes pride in being a rapper. This frustration is displayed in his new single “All In”, where he vents on the lowering standards of lyricism in hip hop. Rome continues to draw inspiration from classic rap albums to shape the sound of tomorrow. While speaking on “All In”, Rome says “Fuck that mumble music this is Renaissance Rap.”
The video was directed by Samureye Films and sees Rome take some creative shots at some of the rappers he believes are degrading the genre.
His upcoming EP release “Renaissance Rap” will be released very soon. Be on the look out for more new music and videos from Rome!
Atlanta-based singer/song-writer Kody returns with the official music video for his single, “Time To Waste.” A perfect blend of modern day pop and soul, the record finds Kody clearing out his schedule for that special someone. Watch the care-free Brandon Crawford-directed clip below, and support on iTunes here.
Dee Goodz is back with a new video entitled, “Baddies” off the upcoming “Flave Factory” project set to drop June 22nd on all platforms.
The song is produced by Memphis superstar producer, Tay Keith who is known for Blocboy & Drake’s “Look Alive” and many other current hits from the likes of Blac Youngsta, Moneybagg Yo, Lil Baby, Wiz Khalifa and more.
Dee definitely gives us a banger for the summer with this hit record. Click the pic below to watch the full music video.
Coca Vango is coming off the release of his latest project Motivational Purposes Only in February. Following a video for “Yesterday (Remix),” the Atlanta native is back with another visual for the Derez De’Shon-assisted “Fake Love.” Directed by BPace Productions.