Brooklyn’s own, LOE Addé, drops his first self-directed visual for this TLC sampled hitter titled, “Separate Luv.”
Watch the official video below, and be sure to check out more music from LOE Addé via SoundCloud.
Brooklyn artist, Sim The SiRe, drops his official debut single, “Higher.”
“Higher,” combines whimsical melodies, lyrical poetry and a heavy bass to create an intoxicating vibe perfect for its 4/20 relesse date.
Take a journey with Sim The SiRe as he uses this musical parable to tackle themes of addiction, depression and spiritual upliftement.
Check out, “Higher,” below, and more music from Sim The SiRe via SoundCloud.
As Sure Shot’s own solo effort – The Designer Tapes Volume 1 – gets ready to hits the masses, the Amityville MC enlists his Dunbar partner Bunchy Cartier & Rap’s New Generation signee UFO Fev for “Da Munny.” Brought to life by Theme Music Josh production, a mainstay for Dunbar (see any prior Dunbar / Sure Shot releases), the engineering efforts of Craig “Semi” Mitchell (think “Panda”, anything current from Jim Jones, Trav MBB, etc), & the beautiful director work from Mastermind Media. Collecting all three artists entourage in a room for the occasion of letting their audience know straight up – we don’t take breaks (from da munny)!
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Republic Records and east coast representative, Blackway, drops his highly anticipated new club anthem with Gucci Mane and DJ Battle titled, “That Fast.”
You can stream Blackway’s latest release, “That Fast,” via all major streaming outlets, here.
Check it out below.
Already a fixture on the New York music scene, Queens native Mike Classic looks to up the ante with his latest visual for “Woosah.” Directed by RonalD Reid, the clip finds the singer-rapper handling some unfinished business alongside a female companion. The track, which is produced by KAui, was released almost one year ago and went viral after Bryson Tiller posted the tune on social media. From there it was off to the races as Mike Classic eventually collaborated with the likes of French Montana and Jadakiss, while also garnering spins on New York radio stations Hot 97, Power 105 and internationally via Ebro on Beats1. Currently, “Woosah,” has garnered 1.6M streams across all platforms.
Mike Classic had this to say about the visual: “With this video I wanted to embody nonjudgmental love, and pure vibes. We tend to see people only skin deep, not knowing that change is a possibility with the proper people and proper surroundings. Sometimes all it takes is a conversation, sometimes a night out – in this case, a rhythm you can kickback & relax too. Woosah…
After blessing us with Covenant Governments’ own Sensei Feng Xhui’s recent project, Bow To The Sensei, The Covenant Government camp releases a set of 4 new songs including: “Lock it” from King Friction (a lost track from, Look At God, album); “We On,” from incarcerated member, Mula; and both “ZENergy Freestyle,” and “Melenated Medley,” from Sensei Feng Xhui.
The east coast team plans to keep the heat coming throughout the year, and as you can see as they stay busy in the lab, that they most definitely won’t disappoint.
Check out the 4 new singles below, and make sure to stay tuned for more new music from the Cov Gov camp on the way!
Since the success of his first 2017 single, “Kisha”, released via social influencer ItsBizkit’s resources, Pharaoh Da Gawd from Long Island has spent the last two quarters getting some new music crafted for a full length project to give to the people this year. The young creative gets busy on a J. Cole instrumental of famed proportions; “Neighbors.” Listen in now!
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WRITE UP: Making sure he keeps momentum as his next visual readies itslef (the Jaquae-assisted “Girl Official”), Empire-distributed recording artist Cherp gets back on his bully for his core audience for the loosie titled “Don’t Say My Name.” Stream or purchase the Elmira, New York MC’s single now on iTunes!