Albemarle, North Carolina is turning up the heat with Black Prince aka Jay Black. In anticipation to the forthcoming cd “Project Royalty”, Black Prince drops club banger “Ah Fool”. Based on the title, I was expecting a twerk type record, yet Black Prince took a different approach and hit us with some trap. Check it out and be on the lookout for more singles and the full album release, soon to hit the streets.
Lawrenceville native, Shmoked Out is here with banging new single “Thum Thuu It”. “THUM THUU IT” is causing a major stir and Shmoked Out is in the clubs getting it to the fans and djs. You can expect him to have the VIP lit with big bottles and Shmoke .
If you think you got a real bankroll…join the #thumthuuitchallenge on Instagram. We all love flexxin anyway, so let’s flex with the perfect soundtrack.
He looks forward to working with the best producers in the city, & who better than Metro Boomin & Hot New Comer “Cook That Shit Up Quay” Quay Global. As far as rappers Money Man, Gunna , Lil Baby, and his top choice, Nip Hussle.
If “Thum Thuu It” can serve as a premonition, we are about to see some crazy collaborations and nothin but bops from Shmoked Out!
Atlanta, GA: On the rise artist, Toon releases a new single titled “Only”, that needs to be added to all playlists and mixtapes that features club bangers. “Only” starts off with in your face lyrics and a pounding beat that gets you singing along by time the chorus comes on. If you are anything like me you’ve come across at least one or two people that feels as if they are the ONLY ones to do something, well, if you have, Toon provides them the response they deserve and need. Press play, add the track to your collection, and checkout his entire “Undecided” mixtape, hosted by DJ Chill Will by visiting LiveMixtapes.
Big36oz aka Baby Psych, is a young rapper out of Atlanta, GA; by way of Allen Temple and the entire MLK area, moved out of his mother’s house and turned to the streets at the age of 15. Big36oz got his street name from his big brother and himself running around doing the craziest things when they were little. Big36oz also wants to “help our younger generations grow & not follow one another, but to teach each other”, as well as to find a better way out the streets.
Big36oz does not want to limit his music to a certain demographic because he aims to touch everyone, from music that can get you moving in the club to music that can touch your heart at home.
Hr has done songs with various artists and although working with various artists, Big36oz only uses one producer, his Finesse Beats. Currently Big36oz has two projects out; TRUDETAILS, BricksGiving, and the forthcoming tape called “BrickFlair”, which Big36oz intends to satisfy his current fans and generate new fans.
Big36oz has dropped “HONGKONG” in the meantime, which was a track that came out of nowhere. He was in the studio working the beat and rapping about our country’s people.
Detroit born and raised, A’riah is a rising star ready to take Detroit’s music scene to the next level.
Together, A’riah’s explosive rap skills paired with A Wil Management are delivering much needed change to the current state of music affairs. This dynamic duo is responsible for creating the music that our city has been waiting to hear.
At A Wil management, the philosophy is simple, “where there’s a Wil, there’s a way”. A’riah doesn’t just rap, but with every verse, she is living proof that a tough past does not determine one’s future, but it makes the road to success much more interesting.
Her music tells the story of a young expressive artist that has channeled the events from her life, both good, and bad in a way that ensures that her voice will be heard by many. She grew up writing about the negative and sad experiences in her life as an outlet, and even sang to her mother to make her smile. As she grew older, those around her encouraged her to share her skills with the world.
On her road to the top A’riah hopes that her music can influence others in the same ways that music has inspired her, and to be a source of inspiration for those who may find themselves listening to her music.
A’riah first video feature was JKT’s “She Say She Not a Freak” shot in Detroit mi downtown at the White House directed by Delicious in 2016, and it was one of her favorite experiences, thanks to the guidance of Delicious. My next video was made men how my life played out. shot in Detroit mi featuring Herbie rich In 2016.
Young Ripstarr and Rip the Streets Ent. drops a cinematic visual “Came from The Block” directed by H2 Creative Concepts. Young Ripstarr uses this video to give an inside look as to where it all started from, Miami-Dade County’s infamous neighborhood, Overtown. Young Ripstarr details his upbringing, struggles, and gives us the similarities that many young black men go through to get through life.