Marc Payne – “Best That Can Happen (Video)”


Los Angeles artist, Marc Payne, takes us into one of his dreams for his official visual for, “Best That Can Happen.”

Produced by @PoundGotIt, and directed by @Derfmania, the video takes place down the street where the famed, ‘Next Friday,’ was shot.

With the message that anyone can get touched, even if they move away from the hood, have their back against the wall, and their luck at all odds – in the end, the west coast rapper just wants to know, “What’s The Best That Can Happen?”

Watch the official video below!

Twitter: 
@MrMarcPayne

Maurion – “Crypto (Video)”


“South Central LA native, Maurion, shares his most recent single, “Crypto,” with producer, Joe Hodges.

Maurion tells a harmonized story on how his moves in the street and money are untraceable over a dark, hard hitting Joe Hodges produced cut.

Check out the visuals below, and be sure to follow Maurion and Joe for more new music.”

Twitter: 
@MaurionH
@joehodgesmusic

Lavish Mack Ft. Malcolm Anthony – “Popstar (Prod. By 4KEYS)”


It’s always a record when these two get together!

Once again rapper, Lavish Mack, and longtime friend and producer, 4Keys, link up for a new banger titled, “Popstar.”

The energetic hitter also features up and coming emcee, Malcolm Anthony.

Check out, “Popstar,” below and more music from Lavish Mack via SoundCloud.

Twitter: 
@THELAVISHMACK
@_MalcolmAnthony
@real4keys 

Sean Cole – “Day In The Life Above Diamonds (Hollywood Edition)”


Los Angeles artist, Sean Cole, continues to make big waves in hip-hop as he shares with us another day in the life VLOG as he explores Hollywood and does a dope performance at one of Wiz Khalifa’s recent shows.

Check out the new video below and make sure to stayed tuned for new music on the way via Sean Cole’s SoundCloud.

www.seancoleworld.com

Twitter: 
@loveseancole

King and Blast – “Outkast”


Up and coming duo, King and Blast, share a new record titled, “Outkast.”

Describing their music as a wave of its own, their new single, “Outkast,” comes off somewhat gritty with hard hitting and catchy lyrics from both artists.

Paying homage to one of hip-hops most infamous duo Outkast, King and Blast are set to be one of this years promising rap teams to say the least.

Check out the official single below and make sure to listen to more King and Blast via SoundCloud.

Twitter:
@KingandBlast