2 Chainz is back with a video for his recent Drake and Quavo collaboration “Bigger Than You.” Produced by Murda Beatz & !llmind.
Phresher rose to fame with his breakout single, “Wait A Minute” in 2016 and intends to reach greater heights with the release of “100K.” The visual bounces between scenes of Phresher and company tossing cash, dancing, and letting loose in a graffiti-filled warehouse.
Memphis Artist and Los Angeles Resident Young Trap comes with a catchy and fiery club smash “Fuck Love”, which has a popping West Coast uptempo and he brings none other than West Coast Rap Icon Too Short along for the ride!
Young Trap shows his writing ability and his ability in delivering a crafty club single, obviously garnering a major head turn from Music legend Too Short, clearly this song and vibe is dope, and Too Shorts legacy only heightens the songs hit worthy potential.
The video is fly and flashy, Young Trap shows his prep game for the club, all the while hitting the club and hollering at the ladies on the way! After some successful Bay Area parking lot pimpin, Young Trap knocks a baddie and takes her to the telly, and runs into Too Short in the elevator on some player shit, and the rest is history!
Mentored by the likes of hip hop luminaries such as Yasiin Bey, Lupe Fiasco and Grammy winning producer Chad Hugo of The Neptunes, West Coast rapper Jallal is destined to become a forerunner in the realm of rap music. With his highly anticipated upcoming album Untold Truth, it’s apparent that Jallal is strategically positioned to reach the highest levels of success in the music business.
In the summer of 2017, Jallal dropped his mixtape Off The Radar to great acclaim. Off The Radar flaunted production from Chad Hugo as well as guest verses from a who’s who of Urban music: Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz, BJ The Chicago Kid, Ne-Yo, T-Pain and Lil Wayne. The accolades and featured posts poured in from celebrated media outlets, boosting his social media following to over 1 million fans on both Facebook and Instagram.
Coming out of Columbus, Ohio, producer Tha Audio Unit (credits include: Fabolous and Jeremih) and MC Dominique Larue come together for the important single “Fix Me.” The video sees Larue getting personal with her mental health struggles and the dependency on drugs to fix her issues. The almost hypnotic production from Tha Audio Unit provides the canvas for Larue to spit bars like: “…so they give me these drugs I don’t love/makes me numb and I’m tipsy.“
SDOMINIQUE LARUE TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM “I’M SMILING BECAUSE I HATE EVERYTHING” ON SEPTEMBER 21ST.
Tristan Dunn is quickly becoming one of the leading frontrunners of trap rap’s resurgence. He’s good friends with Waka Flocka and, recently, turned down a lucrative deal with Brick Squad so he can focus on building his own brand, Murder Solves Everything (MSE). He’s not looking for any cheat codes or quick claims to fame – he’s building something organically. How many people do you know that do it this way today?
His latest, “G UNIT” is a celebration of early aughts gangster. The infamous collective G-Unit led the game in older days thanks to their authenticity and mafioso brand made clear in their music and their movements. Dunn shows his appreciation through a trap anthem that sounds deliciously nostalgic, bringing the early 2000s back around. Dunn’s on his way with startling force.
Destiny Cashma a rising star with a very unique sound. Destiny Cashma is here with a brand new video for her standout track, “Lonesome Shit” which is produced by Mike Kalombo. The track finds the ATL resident embracing being a loner. Matter fact she calls this the Loners Anthem. She brings something fresh and something colorful, providing a contagious new effort in the process.
Stream Link : http://smarturl.it/IncognitoDC
Brooklyn-bred hip-hop duo Smif-N-Wessun – consisting of partners in rhyme, Steele and Tek – illuminated the Tiny Desk with their signature, 80-proof poetry: straight, no chaser. Their music, inspired by their gritty and pre-gentrified Bedford-Stuyvesant and Brownsville neighborhoods, offers the vocabulary of veterans who survived the grimy streets. These original members of the Duck Down Records group Boot Camp Clik represent quintessential ’90s true-school hip-hop from the bedrock, when Timberland boots were standard issue. Backing Steele and Tek for the first time is D.C.’s own Black Alley band.
Smif-N-Wessun set things off with their classic debut single “Bucktown,” an ode to their native Brooklyn, which uses their love for lyrical clapbacks as an allegory for overcoming the violence-ridden reality of their wonder years. Their undeniable Gemini chemistry – clearly the byproduct of a 20-plus year friendship – is on full display. Throughout the performance, the two emcees dance, share easy banter and express their spiritual connection to the music they’ve created over the years.
Things climax when the two perform “Stand Strong,” another favorite from their debut album Dah Shinin’. Anchored by the mantra, “I never ran / never will,” the tune receives a refreshing update, courtesy of Black Alley. Driven by the live interpolation of their Beatminerz-produced tracks, the music decries the struggles of late-stage capitalism and the plight of the disenfranchised. It’s a revelation of love, life, and brotherhood in an era when the antiheroes were really just the ones cunning enough to avoid becoming victims. That survivor’s drive is personified when Steele lets his guard down during the performance and gifts the audience a little boogie, while referring to the “holy ghost” that has come over him. The set concludes with an exclusive premiere of “One Time,” from their forthcoming album, The All, which is produced by 9th Wonder.
Also now available is the official lead-single, “Let It Go,” from Smif-N-Wessun’s The All. “Let It Go” is produced by 9th Wonder. The All will be released this fall and is entirely produced by 9th Wonder & The Soul Council.
“Let It Go” Fanlink: http://smarturl.it/snwletitgo
“Balenciaga” is the designer dreams coming from Detroit’s own, Julian LaHood. Julian weighs in with his ode to women and designer brands, as they are both a staple in his life. Join him as he makes his designer wishes come true. Link:
Check out Bee Nova’s latest video for single, “Raw”. Upon first listen, Wu-Tang Clan fans will immediately recognize the hat tip to producer RZA and the late ODB. The beat has a mystery to it and the intro is long enough for you to wonder what kind of vibe Bee Nova will choose. Bee flow is grown and sexy – reminiscent of those smooth femcees from the 90s. Think Ladybug from Digable Plants – but with a razor sharp edge. Her sensuous delivery will leave you wanting to hear more.
Raw was produced by Yondo. Video was directed by Lighthou5e. Raw is released by Slique Records.
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