Like Water For Hangovers is the third full-length LP from MC Bravado, Baltimore’s favorite Rapper/English Teacher. The 16 song project was produced entirely by Militant Marxman, another member of Bravado’s Cypher Junkies collective. The album showcases a marriage of Marxman’s golden era crate alchemy and dusty sensibilities with MC B’s ever-varying sense of cadence and stylistic punches. Brought to you by Soulspazm, featuring Statik Selektah and many more, Like Water For Hangovers is the epitome of “Old School, New School need to know this” and can be found wherever you stream or download music.
Ilektro Man releases a new album demonstrating a new Hip-Hop sound that is beginning to gain popularity on the East Coast of the United States of America.
There is a new Hip-Hop musical style on the East Coast. The sound began developing in The Bronx, New York in 2014 by producers’ Ilektro Man, Lucky 5ive also known as Klash & TRN Beats, which are the first producers’ that began selling beats within the five Boroughs of New York City. Eventually, the sound ended up spreading to Washington D.C., parts of New Jersey & Philadelphiaafter the founding producers’ began selling their beats to music artists’ from those
Although Khyri is usually known for his rapping, on this song he displays his ability to flow and croon over this Brian Jai production. “Energy” is a song that puts you in focus, perfect for the late night and early morning. Directed by Khyri himself he gives us that late night vibe, dark, seductive and mysterious. Watch how you speak on his name, Khyri is here to stay. Originally from South Carolina, now based in CT/NYC ; Khyri posses that southern style and voice, while also being able to display subtle but potent lyricism. Khyri has taken his time to perfect his craft since starting his journey in Hip-Hop at the age 11. Not only is Khyri a well-rounded artist vocally, being able to croon, change flows, and display real lyricism; he also his a well-rounded producer. On his latest project “Fire” he produced over 60% of it himself. Khyri is some everyone should keep there eyes and ears out for. Follow Khyri https://mobile.twitter.com/khyri_k1 https://www.instagram.com/khyri_k
Connecticut Singer/Songwriter Jeans Shepherd makes his music debut dropping off his new record “Burden” with production being handled by Muse, The record brings a blend of neosoul, jazzy, smooth feel to it, with jeans vocals and smooth raps flowing perfectly over the soulful joint, Jeans is ready to touch plenty of hearts and plans to consistently make music for his loved ones and beautiful souls in the music world, Jeans brings a different type of diverse talent to the music scene at the perfect time, Stream his new song “burden” below.
Philadelphia recording artist, KIR, is still riding the success of his buzzing street single, “Trauma,” but returns today with a fresh joint titled “Number.” With string-driven production from Decicco, KIR unleashes a fiery energy as he reflects on life in the streets and meetings with labels.
“Charlie’s Line” follows the breakout success of Melii’s debut music video for “Icey.” Released in March, the AWGE-directed video for “Icey” just passed one million views and the track was recently added to Spotify’s hit-making playlist, “Most Necessary.” Additionally, the track has been in heavy rotation by New York’s biggest DJs including Ebro, Funk Flex, DJ Enuff, and both Rihanna and Kylie Jenner have played the track in various social media posts. After signing with Interscope in December of 2017 and earning cosigns from the likes of HotNewHipHop, Lyrical Lemonade and The Source, Melii is showing why she “may be the most exciting young artist the city has seen this year.” (DJ Booth)
Last week, Melii sat down for an exclusive interview with Peter Rosenberg on Complex’s new late-night talk show, “Open Late”. Watch the full interview here.
This is a vibe for those who’ve always known they were destined for greatness! West Coast bounce, a little Southern flow, mixed with B’s East Coast bars & punchlines = can’t miss banger. Featuring production from Synesthetic Nation.
After hearing SKZIY‘s “Bag” single in the studio, Dave East immediately decided to jump on the track. We now have the in-studio music video for the remix, shot by director Samuel Walcott. Trading boastful rhymes over the flute-driven production, SKZIY and Dave East prove to have an undeniable chemistry on their first collaboration.
Watch the visual below, and revisit SKZIY’s NOT 4 YOU DONT LISTEN project here.