L.A. Based Rapper, Lucas Roth Brings The Party Back to Hip-Hop with New Single, “Whole Thang”

Lucas Roth drops new single, “Whole Thang”; a hip-hop track with big slapping bass sure to bring out the party in all of us.  Lucas has roots in Detroit, but after making the move to Los Angeles to pursue his hip-hop career, a whole new world has opened up; one where some bangin’ parties just seem to be the norm.

Lucas Roth says he’s all about bringing the party back to hip-hop, and that is precisely what “Whole Thang” is all about.  His lyrics reflect an influence from the Cali party lifestyle by embracing drugs, sex, parties and good times. The hook, “That’s my whole thang, Cali life can’t complain, got my drank, got my weed, got a couple other treats,” is not only catchy but perfectly captures the Cali influenced mentality of Lucas.  Paired with a classic, up-tempo hip-hop beat and the end result is the perfect party tune.

“Whole Thang” is a drastic change-up from Lucas Roth’s past singles like “Heart of Gold.”  However, with other artists like Lil’ Dicky and Yung Gravy rising in popularity, Lucas will continue to have an audience perfect for his party influenced approach to hip-hop.

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Sacramento, CA artists Weirdoze New EP ‘THE ULTIMATE BOY BAND’

Sacramento, CA artists Weirdoze are true to their name. They’re weird as hell, but they make some amazing, yet painfully slept-on music. Following the release of their debut mixtape, ‘Not Normal’ in the fall of 2017, the 5 and 1/2 members are back with a new project they’re proud to present as THE ULTIMATE BOY BAND EP. When asked to speak on their new release, the Weirdoze said…

“We just want to be a boy band because they look cool, honestly. When Justin Timberlake was in N’SYNC, that spoke to us. Have you seen The Backstreet Boys? You can’t get any better than that, but we’re going to try.”

You can stream the project everywhere now, and if you’re looking for the popular entry-point into their music, cue up the EP’s single “Counterfeit” featuring Nate Curry.

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Landon Wordswell & Surebert – The Numbers Game

New duo, DJ Surebert and MC Landon Wordswell, are releasing the first official single from their forthcoming album, “The Numbers Game.” “The Numbers Game” isn’t just the title track, but reveals the ideas and spirit of the album. Michael Bernier brought a subtle reggae touch to the song adding to Surebert’s steely production and Wordswell’s rapid-fire rasp. Landon drew inspiration for the record from Michelle Alexander’s thought-provoking and critically acclaimed book, “The New Jim Crow.” Her ideas and influence are found both in Landon’s lyrical work and his live shows. Conceptually, the album weaves together stories of people affected by “The Numbers Game,” a never-ending cycle of discrimination and economic woes in the United States.
The Emcee has stated, “Corruption is everywhere. The schools, the mass incarceration systems, the justice systems, the hospitals. Every bit of our lives is being manipulated in the name of oppression. Classism is real. Racism is real. We are the culmination of America’s biggest fears and guilts. It’s not something to just talk about. It’s something to be about. Especially as an artist.”
Landon Worsdwell has hit the road often this year with the likes of Talib Kweli and Skyzoo. He’s been the frequent tour partner of Blackalicious’ own Gift of Gab and last year performed with The Legendary Artifacts on a European run as well as a tour with One Be Lo (Binary Star). The Emcee has his sights set on embarking on international travel even more to push the music and the message of “The Numbers Game.”
The Numbers Game is a Dual Project fully produced by Surebert (Portland, OR) and mixed and mastered by Landon’s trusted team of Carl Roe and D-Sane of Seattle, WA.
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Marijuana Advocate and Akron Born, California Based Hip-Hop Artist Stoney Dudebro Releases New Single “Fake Friends”

California based Hip-Hop artist Stoney Dudbro takes sharp aim at the phonies and fakes on the Adot the God produced and Chase LA assisted “Fake Friends.”

Listen/Share “Fake Friends”: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/67VYaIHC02sMMoHZvEcEfg?si=iE9nshi8S-223hjcLazXZA
Lyric video: https://youtu.be/aJUnLXEfjq4


Stoney Dudebro is a 28 year old male rapper born in Cleveland, OH and raised in Akron, who is giving his dreams of becoming an influential rapper a second chance after a six year hiatus. During that six year hiatus he focused on graduating from college, finding a career, strengthening his relationship with his high school sweetheart and eventually marrying her, and getting a promotion with relocation to California – which brings us here.


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JAG and Problem Release “Far From Me”

The year 2018 has been nonstop for JAG, while he headlined The Roxy Theater, completed the west coast leg of Cozz’s Effected Tour, and the success of his “Kapernick Effect” visual. The South Central native releases the follow-up single to “That’s Mine” with a brand new release titled “Far From Me,” which features fellow LA artist Problem. The pair hold no punches as they swap bars atop the Jordan Manswell-produced effort! 

The details surrounding the July-anticipated EP release are still mum, with JAG making the project’s official announcement in coming weeks. The project is set to include features from Trey Songz, Ty Dolla $ign, Gizzle, Bizness Boi, and Jordon Manswell. For now, give “Far From Me” a spin!

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The Bad Tenants – Never Enough

Enough is enough, it’s time to give The Bad Tenants the attention they deserve. The Seattle blues hop trio has turned up the temperature with their new single “Never Enough.” Is it summer yet? Because this is an absolute HEATER!
The song, which features the driving production of Devin Kain, takes listeners on a ride packed with sharp-witted lyricism, deft cuts, and haunting harmonies that begs the question: What is your breaking point?
Whatever your limit is, this is your new theme song to stand up, fight back and take over. Stream The Bad Tenants latest and great “Never Enough” below via Spotify, Apple Music, or Soundcloud!

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Signed to 9:19 Music Group, rapper Dephree is being called iconic and legendary after one of his antics hit national news. Dephree achieved “legendary” status on Wednesday, June 27th, when he shut down the 110 Freeway in Downtown Los Angeles, wearing nothing but his boxers and noted Ewing shoes. Dephree scaled and adorned the Wilshire Blvd exit sign with environmental protest banners while dancing, freestyle rapping, spreading awareness, taking vape breaks, and even evading police capture for nearly three hours. To complete his mission, Dephree blessed the nation with an epic backflip off the freeway sign onto an inflatable mattress landing.

One reporter described it as a “backflip into eternity.”

Although a nuisance to many stuck in traffic on the freeway, the internet and even some commuters have found Dephree enchanting and heroic.

A Spectator tweeted, “Dephree is the superhero America deserves right now.”
Another tweet said, “You’re a living legend.”

One commuter tweeted, “…not fun, but I’ll forgive you, because of the backflip ending.”

Having a prominent following alongside several hip hop publications, Dephree called upon his 9:19 Music Group colleagues to aid in the use of his platform to breed awareness to the smoggiest city in the nation through his passion- music. Shortly after Dephree’s freeway protest, he released a song produced by King Graint called “Man on Freeway Sign” featuring Jenvoix and Gunny H.

Regardless of how you perceive the stunt, this 29-year-old rap artist has ingeniously found a way to spread his stance against pollution on an illustrious scale. Immediately prompting the freeway protest, Dephree and his music producer King Graint released a music video furthering his cause in a humorous and genuinely fun, loving manner. From gliding on a scooter down Skid Row with pizza, to playing a game of tag with strippers, the attention-grabbing visuals hold the same messages that Dephree protested atop the 110 Freeway.

Dephree is a living representation of living your life to the fullest…with a passion…and for a cause!


Buzzing LA-based rapper Stockz Releases “38 Special” Visual

Stockz is holding a loaded clip of visuals for 2018, but this time he’s presenting “38 Special” Shot by @ZacharyBurnett & Edited by @DustinStanek. Stockz enlisted Bay Area’s own Ekzakt for the aggressive production that complements the dominant lyrics like: “I don’t do runner-up I gotta run it, dog.”

38 Special is one of the many visual to come from Stockz in 2018, invest in Stockz.

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