Young Niyah goes hard in the video for her newly released first single “Hit Em”, which she wrote and co-produced with the talented producer Fydo Young. Niyah enlist famous Mother, Tamika Scott of Xscape, and music mogul, Johnnie Cabbell in the video, giving her thast official ATL stamp of approval every new artist dreams of.
Niyah hops out of her helicopter and is escorted across the field by her bodyguards. “I hate braggin’ but you can when you got it.” Throughout the video, Young Niyah is flexing on everybody. Watch out for her because she’s bossing up.
SpitFireHipHop.com announces the launch of a new apparel line. We as a company, pride ourselves on providing a platform to independent artists who may not have the machine behind them. SpitFireHipHop is a platform unlike many others out there does not require a payment from artist to be featured. We believe we have found a way to continue provide a service to artists, absolutely free.
“We are thrilled to announce that we have launched SpitFireHipHop Apparel. The line initially will include t-shirts, tank tops, hoodies, caps and beanies, says Founder and CEO of SpitFireHipHop LLC, Jimy Lincoln. “Our passion is to provide a vehicle to indie artists and newcomers to Hip Hop. Our apparel line will allow us to be seen not just on blog posts but on the backs of Hip Hop artists and fans of Hip Hop around the world.”
“The line comes with an array of designs – and we look forward to adding more products in the near future.”
SpitFireHipHop.com has been providing indie and newcomers to Hip Hop a platform to showcase their talents since 2011. The brand is growing stronger and becoming one of the more popular in Hip Hop. To learn more about the new apparel line visit the website at shop.spitfirehiphop.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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Listen to Trillion’s new single, “Light It Up” below which was mix and mastered by Patchwerk Studios own, Luther Banks.
Trillion is an artist from Decatur, Georgia whose music is a reflection of real-life experiences. His sound is a combination of southern slang and punctual lyricism. Trillion credits the likes of Outkast, Ludacris, and Playa Fly as some of his influences.
Trillion released his debut project, The Transition earlier this year hosted by DJ Swamp Izzo and featured appearances from Jose Guapo on his previous single, “Rarri” and the late Yung Mazi on “Holding”. The project was executive produced by Street Empire.
The Transition is a combination of emotions such as betrayal, love, disappointment, money, injustices, and family which represent chapters of Trillion’s life.
Trillion hopes to use his voice and position as a leader to deliver positive messages to his community.
“My ultimate goal is to be a living testimony to all the people who strive to take control over their lives when it seems as if nothing is going right and to show people that any negative situation can be turned into a positive situation when you get focused and create a plan, you will then achieve your dreams and gain your hearts desires”. (Trillion)
Boston rapper Born ditches the colder temperatures of his hometown for the tropical paradise of the Dominican Republic for his new single and video, “Hot Topic,” featuring Quavo (of Migos).
The island-themed track finds Born (of famed Boston duo G. Dot & Born) continuing to play to his strengths, particularly his ability to craft bangers of all types. With “Hot Topic,” he’s a bit more on the low-key and chilled-out tip. And he embraces that relaxed vibe while sharing vocal duties with Quavo, who again proves he is the reigning king of the ad-lib game.
In the video for “Hot Topic,” the two are just as natural on screen as they are in the studio. With director Starlyn Javier capturing their exploits, Born and Quavo dive headfirst into extravagance during their time spent in the DR. This includes making their way through the tropical scenery, hanging with an abundance of attractive women (they being the song’s actual topic), and ballin’ out in a crazy-beautiful mansion.
“Hot Topic” is now available through all major digital retailers for stream and download, via EMPIRE Distribution. Be sure to peep Born’s most recent project, ‘Born Flexin’,’ which has amassed over half a million streams on SoundCloud.
• Artist: Born
• Title: Hot Topic
• Featuring: Quavo (of Migos)
• Produced by: Dun Deal
• Directed by: Starlyn Javier
• Release Date: Feb. 03, 2017
• Label: Rich & Fly Records
• Lyrics (Genius): https://genius.com/Born-hot-topic-lyrics
Just Because is #5 off Zoe Vendetta & Cae Cartier joint mixtape, No More Talking. The track features 3400 Migo Gang.
No More Talking is a collab mixtape from blood brothers Zoe Vendetta & Cae Cartier from East Atlanta. Zoe is the older brother and creator of the mantra #FuckAFriendLifestyle, while Cae is the laid back ambitious emcee.
Both have the same interest in music and are the voice of the youth and hope to make noise in the music industry with their debut mixtape.
The 10 track project showcases their versatility and details stories of coming from the bottom and building their name from the ground up.
No More Talking will feature appearances from Yung Booke and CosaNostra Kidd and will be hosted by the latest edition of Hoodrich DJs, DJ Yungrel, DJ Kobyroc, & Tezhoodrich.
“Act Up” is the official single from the project and the music video will be releasing the top of 2017.
D Mayo or Money Makin Mayo is a Hip Hop artist from East Atlanta, Moreland Avenue. Mayo was raised on principles such as hustling without asking for handouts and show and prove to earn respect. The music business and streets go hand in hand as they both require the same input and output. The word “Mayo” means money which is the everyday motivation and end goal for the emcee.
D Mayo is not only a musician but is also a businessman and founder of a clothing line called Go Lyfe (Go Live Young Forever), a brand for entrepreneurs and go getters who know the importance of going after anything you want in life.
100% Mayo is the title of D Mayo’s debut project and will be hosted by Greg Street & Black Bill Gates and will feature production from long time friends, Cassius Jay, Zaytoven & Young Treja. D Mayo wants to encourage listeners to do something positive and work hard for anything you want in life.
In a recent trip to Dominican Republic for a video shoot, Lalaa Shepard of The Progress Report caught up with one third of the Migos, Quavo to discuss their record, “Bad & Boujee” going number 1 after Danny Glover shout them out during the Golden Globes!
“Hot Topic” Born FT Quavo prod. By Dun Deal music video coming soon!