Tommie King releases his latest single, “Last 24.” The record features extremely witty lyrics and an undeniably catchy beat produced by The Kontrabandz. “Last 24” serves as Tommie’s second release of 2018. Be sure to look out for more heat from Tommie King coming this year.
Rugby Wild of the independent record label, Good Vibe Crew, is releasing his newest single, “Avenue”, as a nod to hip-hop in the Spring. This mellow, head-nodding track serves as the perfect tune for vibing out no matter what coast you’re on. Rugby Wild says, “Avenue is my idea of a perfect day where it seems like nothing matters.” Coming off the success of his earlier releases like “Scuffs”, “Chevy”, and “Topanga”, Rugby Wild wanted to release a track that would seamlessly carry through the Spring season and have his followers ready for a Summer anthem.
Along with the single’s release is a music video that helps capture the essence of “Avenue” and showcase Rugby Wild’s personal energy through a city backdrop with his friends. Filmed in Newark, NJ, the visual offers a glimpse into Rugby’s life and how he and his friends would typically hang out in the streets of the East Coast.
Up and coming artist, John Creasy, drops his six track project titled POWER. Creasy enlists Enrichment for the production on the whole set of sounds, as the producer brings some dope and raw instrumentals for the project. POWER has features from Benny the Butcher (“Best Friends”) Sauce Heist (“Hate”) and Jamal Gasol (“If”) as John Creasy tackles the three other tracks on his own.
4:21 BEST FRIENDS FT BENNY THE BUTCHER
7:24 CITY IS MINE
10:42 HATE FT SAUCE HEIST
13:46 IF FT JAMAL GASOL
17:04 POWER TRIP
Long Island’s Brodie Fresh returns after a long hiatus, with a brand-new visual for his freestyle ‘East Of Ye’ produced by Big Duke. Brodie has been absent from the scene for quite some time, but it seems the popular stranger has been working harder than ever behind the scenes.
As of late he’s been previewing some pretty big records off his upcoming project ‘Lost & Found’ and even announced a Tory Lanez collaboration. With an onslaught of new content coming, Brodie is set to make 2018 the year he has been waiting for!
After taking a brief hiatus, Western PA rapper Wakai Neito is back with new music for the fans in the form of his “Wild Mixes.” Formerly known as Young Nate, the 412 upstart has taken on a new moniker that speaks to his team’s love for anime and Japanimation.
“I’ve just been working waiting for the next project to drop March 30th,” Wakai Neito explained. “So this Summer is going to be crazy. It’s a project with 16 songs, all remixes – they are called my ‘Wild Mixes.'”
Pushing his #GetMoneyAttitude movement and backed by label head Ron McCrae of Steel City Records, Wakai Neito has the muscle behind him to ensure that his music is heard in the local markets and across the internet.
“I don’t think I’m going to drop any more official projects until next year, just songs and visuals with all my production and my team. I can’t say too much but we are just working on building more of a promo buzz right now and then we are going to expand from there,” Wakai Neito said.
Choosing to work primarily with SkywalkaBeatz and Hitmaker as his producers, fans can expect that Wakei Neito has found his stride with his new music and sense of artistry.
After torching the SOBS stage in Manhattan a few weeks prior, Elijah from Bedstuy gets busy with the new single “Fuck It.” After a two year hiatus from the music scene, “Fuck It” brings Elijah to the forefront of preaching about being yourself. Forget everybody and their feelings and start focusing on you and your time by following your intuition and heart.
Danny Delavie’s emotional single off his “High Tide” EP, “Break Interlude” expresses Danny’s conflicting combination of self doubt and glimmers of hope, as he battles to balance the struggles of life, and trying to hold his mental stability together.
Produced by Australian based Instrumentalist, KRAZNOV, along with Co-Production by Patt Kelly & Delavie himself, “Break Interlude” brings an array of textures and emotions to the record that are further complimented by Danny’s raw energy and execution.
In the stop motion animation for “Break Interlude”, Danny is trapped in a nightmare as he struggles to “break” barriers and move forward, constantly getting tangled up at the hands of his own perception.
“The idea for the video came from me once experiencing a pretty intense sleep paralysis. At the time, I was pretty stressed out in life, & I felt stuck. I definitely felt like I was holding myself back mentally. I knew it was a battle against me and my own mind and that I had to overcome myself and work hard to be where I want to be.” -Danny Delavie
With animation by abstract stop motion artist Piripinghi, the raw visuals matched with the unique concept make for an interesting representation of Delavie’s interlude!
Millyz is back with his new project Blanco available now via Spotify. Featuring production from Money Montage (Dave East, Rich The Kid, Dizzy Wright & Styles P), Pyro Beats (Nipsey Hussle & NBA Youngboy) and more, the project continues to prove Boston’s own Millyz is here to stay!
Last week, Chris Webby released “Raw Thoughts III” and today, he follows up with a new visual as the latest installment of #WebbyWednesday. Chris links with fellow Connecticut MC, Anoyd, for the official video to their collab, “2001.” The JP On The Track-produced record was shot in 3 days and directed by ROOK.