Philadelphia’s A.V.A‘s releases his new, Andrew Meoray-produced, single “Our Side”. The song establishes a higher level of confidence and embodies a proclamation of dominance. It takes a firm stand against those who once doubted with quotable lyrics such as; “Used to little bro me now you lookin like the little homie, tell me how it feel now? / Have your little moment you can tell em that you know me dawg, tell me how it feel now?”. The chorus/hook provides a catchy melody that can be sung in admiration of ones self worth. The song is complemented by airy-tunes and low synths allowing A.V.A to dance around the beat introducing new flows throughout.
Bizz-E Blaze has been quiet for some time now since his strong project offering with ‘The SCUMUP’. Blaze looks to start off the new year heavy as always and has quite a decorated vault to unleash for his fans and new comers.
As strides have been made for the past few months, eMeX has returned with some heavily pleasing ear-candy for us to enjoy. Submerge yourself in the seductive vibes of the Andre.On.Beat produced record- “Strobe Lights” -as eMeX takes us to the slow-wind session of the gentleman’s club. Strobe Lights features Bravo Network’s “Thicker Than Water” TV star, Cyrene Lovette, and will be the first single to release from his cliff-hanging concept album slated to drop this month. Keep your ears open for the ride as the PHGLife General enthralls us with his forthcoming music.
Albee Al continues to rise up out of New Jersey and expand across the nation. Michael Myers is officially back as Albee Al delivers a gritty new visual to his highly appraised record titled, “Michael Myers Back”. The fans and public can always relate to a sense of reality, Albee Al keeps it 3000%, Albee delivers real life stories, concerns and problems that continue to build up in the talented emcee. Albee Al hasn’t seemed to miss yet, delivering quality record after record, be on the lookout for his highly anticipated upcoming project slated for a release date later this month.
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Cali Cvsh delivers some brand new vibes for 2017. Entering the year with no losses, his latest effort is a celebratory something out of nothing record. This offering is appropriately titled “NINETY NINE WINS”, we can clearly hear a confident optimistic perspective. Plenty of memorable lyrics including “AMG rims on the benz, got my money pregnant with twins” over a perfectly executed beat that feels like a critical postseason win from the opening riff. There is no wonder why the boy boy Cali Cvsh is kicking of the year with this one. Keep an eye out for the official RE-LAUNCH of the EP trilogy on all digital music retailers. The collection includes all three, six song EP’s, they will be available mid JAN. 2017.
Hailing from Bronx, NY, HG Locks had himself quite a year in 2016, releasing his Mixtape “Wake Up Kall” back in June to much fanfare. Looking to double down on the momentum he’s built, HG Locks recruits fellow The Bronx native Swave for his brand new single “Handle That.” Produced by Navé Monjo, the hard-hitting track finds the pair trading melodic bars while asserting their footing in the game.
The momentum surrounding Axel Leon has been continually rising since releasing new material in 2016. As of late, the New York City native has had outstanding freestyle performances on the Funk Flex show, DJ Enuff’s The Hot Box as well as Sway In The Morning. The appearances further raised his clout, and with the new year in full swing, Axel looks to double down on his momentum with the release of his brand new cut titled “Frontline.” Give it a listen. Be on the lookout for his forthcoming project titled “Rich Port 2.”
The Demon$ are a Hip Hop Duo from the northern section of Philadelphia that is on the rise. They’re music showcase they’re hellish flows, dope beat selection, Vicious rhyme schemes.Growing up in the North Philadelphia area with inspirations from native groups Ram Squad, Major Figgas , & State Property The Demon$ have still managed to bring their own style to Hip hop while paying homage to those that paved the way.