New Orleans’ Codac Releases Remix to Bounce Hit “N.O. Chick

New Orleans artist Codac releases the video for the remix to his catchy new hit single, “N.O. Chick”, featuring Keedy Black and S-8ighty. Codac delivered a classic bounce record New Orleans is best known for, and it’s guaranteed to make you dance. In the visual, you’ll find some of Nawlins beauties twerking to the infectious single, while getting a glimpse of the beautiful city. The record has already gotten over 60,000 spins and is quickly becoming the new anthem around Louisiana and surrounding areas. Check out the single, and stay tuned, as this record is sure to catch national attention.

Twitter: @Codac504

Tron Pheiffer’s “Uzi Shrug” is a Throwback To Soulful Rap

Tron Pheiffer‘s “Uzishrug” is a heartwarming exhibition of the nostalgic soul-sample rap that millennial’s grew up on, with punchlines flying and melodies ablaze. The addition of featured artists S.AI.NT and Von B round out a varied mix of flows that is mystifying as it is electric, pulling you into a world of rap that’s sorely missed.

BIO:
Tron Pheiffer is a product of Houma, Louisiana. The little known town near the Gulf Coast of Mexico doesn’t enjoy a huge hip hop community, but the absence of hip hop culture only makes Tron Pheiffer hungrier in his mission of making a name for himself while putting the city on his back. His deep voice and southern twang gives his flow and lyrism added layers, creating an explosive combination that cuts through his choice of abstract sound selections.

Tron Pheiffer released his first album Androided via Bandcamp in October of 2013. The album reflects what makes Tron a special rapper; he is able to create an atmosphere with his music. His sound selection ranges from soulful to experimental. Accompanying each sound is a specific flow and tempo in his rapping, that fits the mood of each specific track. He displays incredible storytelling abilities riding a J.Cole beat in the conscious rap song “brown pyrate” then follows it up with the energetic song “carmine”, a record that would light up dance floors at the club.

The following year Tron Pheiffer follows up with Heroine Chic, a avant garde production that further establishes his unique sound including hidden gems such as “blahzay” and “flours” featuring his counterpart Xris Bolden, who together form the hip hop group BLKRSE.

Social Media:

Twitter:@tronpheiffer
Featured artist S.AI.NT Twitter: @s_ai_nt

Atlanta’s CKENT Returns With 2 Visuals, “Fe Fi Fo Fum” x “Not Goin”

Atlanta transplant CKENT returns to the scene with not one, but two new videos in preparation of his upcoming project, “93 Gas 2”. Today he releases the visual treatments for featured records, “Fe Fi Fo Fum” (produced by Dolan Beatz), and “Not Goin” (produced by Trapmoneymelo). In both of the videos, CKENT gives us a glimpse of his trap star lifestyle, while delivering catchy flows over fire production.

Fe Fi Fo Fum

Not Goin

Twitter: @222CKENT

Rising Atlanta Artist NAJEE ALIVE New Track “Ickis”

“Ickis” is the newest record from NAJEE ALIVE, a Harlem native currently residing in Atlanta. The self produced song is the first release of a new line of work from the artist/producer. Take a listen to “Ickis” and experience a fraction of what NAJEE ALIVE has in store for this season and beyond. STA¥A£!VE™

Twitter & IG: @NAJEEALIVE

Melomanfrank – “Da 4200way” [Video]

A group out of NAWF Atlanta called RGM a new video from one of their artist named Melomanfrank. Here’s a new video from his single titled “Da 4200way.”

Twitter 
@melomanfrank @regimemajor
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Instagram @melomankfrank @regimemajoratl
 

Atlanta Newcomer Big Dawg Delivers “Popping Out The Pan”

Atlanta’s Big Dawg delivers with an instant hit titled “Popping Out The Pan”. The single is a gritty club banger with a catchy hook, akin to those that put Atlanta on the map to begin with. Featuring Otto Rokket and Jizzle, they give us solid rhymes, along with dope production by TriggaMan. This street anthem is sure to grab your attention from start to finish. Take a listen to “Popping Out The Pan”, and look forward to more from Big Dawg in the coming weeks.

Twitter: @wamgangbigdawg

Mari Feat. Ameen Spade – “Master of The Craft” (Music Video)

“Master of the Craft” is a song by Mari So Dope featuring Ameen Spade. This song was produced by Smoke Dawg and the video shot in Saint Petersburg, FL by Andres Osorio. Watch the shotByODre-directed clip below, and support on iTunes here.
Stay tuned for more releases from the Local Muzik collective!

Twitter:
@LocalMari
@AmeenSpade

Rostrum Records Artist Caleb Brown Delivers First Single From New Sonny Digital Produced EP

Over the course of the last two years, Baton Rouge-bred artist Caleb Brown has established himself as “One To Watch,” not only coming from his state or region, but rather emerging as one of the great early talents of his generation. The release of his fifth EP, BROWNproduced entirely by multi-platinum producer Sonny Digital, will serve to solidify that reputation. The 5-track project is slated for a July 20 release via Rostrum Records and will mark Caleb Brown’s second release of 2018, with the first being the Social Experiment Series.
On Friday, June 29th, Caleb Brown offered fans their first look at the new EP via the release of the project’s first song, “Die A Legend” (Click here to listen on Soundcloud). The hard-hitting song, which has garnered nearly 5,000 streams in three days, is the perfect marriage of Caleb’s laid back yet aggressive lyrics and Sonny Digitals heavy drum beat; distinctive sounds that, in the end, is a departure from what both artist and producer have created in the past. While Caleb’s tone makes it clear that he is intent on doing exactly what the title says, “Die A Legend,” still offers a level of vulnerability as he details a myriad of obstacles trying to keep him from that goal.
For BROWN, the duo exchanged and sharpened ideas for songs over the course of eight months. The end result is five sinister hip-hop bangers. Caleb Brown may sound like he is having fun as he hungers for personal success, with his punchy hooks and a pit stop at a strip club. But a closer listen reveals how he is also wrestling with thoughts of infidelity (“Player’s Club”), addiction (“American Bulldozer”) and depression. “I don’t want to live if death is all I think about,” he confesses in “Wanted,” a song where he grants a closer look at his inner psyche.
“When I was diagnosed [as bipolar], I started looking at myself different,” Brown says. “When they tell you that everything you like is a result of an illness, it’s a mindfuck.”
Recruiting only three collaborators on the project, Spacejam Bob on “MOB” and Childish Major and Jose Xavier on “Wanted,” Caleb Brown delivers a courageously transparent project that shows his ability to fully embrace all facets of his personality through his art, while still creating a project that is palatable and relatable to listeners across the world.

Social Media:

Instagram: @calebbrwnn
Twitter: @thecalebbrown
Facebook: calebbrwnn