B Shaw – “Shaw Lyfe Vol.1: Shaw x Bumpin (Prod. By TyyBumpin) (EP)”

It’s always dope when artists and producers team up for full collab projects to create a collective sound of their own.

This time around, Mississippi native, ShawLyfe, and Atlanta based producer, TyyBumpin, link for their official new project, Shaw X Bumpin. 

Stream and download the official mixtape below via MyMixtapez and check out more music from ShawLyfe via SoundCloud.

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Shaw X Bumpin (EP)
MyMixtapez Album Link:
 https://mxtpz.me/a/131995

Twitter: 
@popitoffshaw__
@TyyBumpin

Big Josh – “If You Only Knew (EP)”

Mississippi native, Big Josh, releases his newest EP, If You Only Knew.

Featuring 5 original tracks, Big Josh tells a relatable story in the most lyrical way possible in this new feel-good project.

Stream and download the official, If You Only Knew, mixtape via Spinrilla below.

Twitter: 
@BigJosh601 

Vitamin Cea – “Humble (Freestyle)”


Mississippi’s own, Vitamin Cea, comes off her short hiatus by dropping an unexpected remix to Kendrick Lamar’s hit, “Humble.”

The southern bell comes off more aggressive than usual in her new rendition and just reminds us how versatile and talented of an artist she really is.

Check out Vitamin Cea’s official, “Humble,” freestyle below.

Twitter:
@theVitaminCea 

Elias M. Powers Ft. Vitamin Cea – “Rave”


Houston representer, Elias M. Powers, shares a new summer joint titled, “Rave.”

The fun single features fellow Mississippi rising artist, Vitamin Cea.

Check out the official single below and make sure to listen to more music from Elias via SoundCloud.

Twitter:
@AndTheArk 
@theVitaminCea 

Mississippi native devMaccc New EP “four.twenty”

Born and raised in the birthplace of America’s music, Mississippi native devMaccc is an aspiring Hip-Hop artist with a completely different sound you wouldn’t expect to hear.

Inspired by artists of various genres such as Frank Sinatra, John Coltrane, J. Cole, Logic, Lauryn Hill, Anthony Hamilton, and many more.

Raised by his single mother in the rural town of Florence, the southern teachings of his family that were instilled in him are somewhat expressed throughout his lyrics.

At the age of 7, he found an interest in music with the help of his father supplying him with multiple records by his childhood idol Bow Wow aka Shad Moss. Growing up , he began to appreciate the

southern pioneers of hip hop which included his hometown hero David Banner, Lil Flip, T.I, and more.Struggling with depression caused by his mother’s battle with breast cancer, he began to find an

outlet. Music. Performing in middle school, high school, & community talent shows, he began to get a buzz around his name. After the deaths of his grandparents and reoccurrence of his mother’s cancer,

Maccc began to free his emotional self. He found himself writing less about materialistic items and more about family, ex-girlfriends, aspirations, and his spirit animal.. the wolf.

Throughout the years, he has paid close attention to the music that is displayed to the youth throughout his home state. His mission is not to drive the nicest car or have the baddest tea model,

but to uplift the generation with conscious, positive, & relatable messages. And he wants to do it all in Mississippi.Since releasing his debut project “Euphoria” in February, he has been performing

nonstop throughout Mississippi.Now Maccc is currently working with various Mississippi artist such as Quavius Black, D. Horton, DavateLiv3, & Josh Waters, pushing a movement across their

“new Mississippi” homeland.

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Dolla Black – “Wait For It”


Mississippi bred emcee, Dolla Black, shares his newest offering, “Wait For It.”

Still fresh off his, Black Friday, project, Dolla continues to bless us as he drops off new heat.

Stayed tuned for the official, “Wait For It,” visual dropping soon, and check out more from Dolla Black via www.DollaBlackBDE.com and SoundCloud.

Twitter:
@DollaBlackBDE