Mach-Hommy Supplies All Your Nutritional Needs With New Installment Of “Dollar Menu 4′

Mach-Hommy releases a new installment from his Dollar Menu. The Dollar Menu 4 project,jk the protagonists are joined by a few other chefs, which gives the menu added variety, with no loss of integrity.  In addition to Mach-Hommy and Tha God Fahim, the new project also features Your Old Droog, Big Cheeko, and JuJu Gotti, with fresh instrumentals from Sadhu Gold, Tha God Fahim and Fortes.   

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Rising Rapper One Fame New Track “Something In The Air”

South Side Chicago’s own One Fame has relocated to a new city but has maintained the hustle that has brought his notoriety up to par. Living within the rough streets of Chicago tied in with his past life experience, has motivated One Fame to tell his story, his way! Describing his most notable sounds would be a blend of his own melodic soul vibe with a little bit of trap. 



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Harlem Rapper Trips SOG Drops “I Can See It” Video

Harlem native Trips SOG rise is a testament to consistency and perseverance. Having released a catalog of music as part of the SquareOff collective, Trips’ talents have led him on tour with the likes of Meek Mill and MGK, while also collaborating with the likes of Teyana Taylor, Corey Gunz, and ASAP Rocky. The latter whom Trips produced a track on Rocky’s breakthrough debut album. The constant workhorse, Trips has been in the lab putting together new material and now he unveils his brand new visual for the single “I Can See It.” Produced by Lvrboy and Directed by Trips and Diego Vara, the track lives on his project “Rewards,” which is a continuation of his previous release “Risk.”

Twitter: @TRIPSSOG

New Jersey’s Rapper Mvntana New Project “Made Men”

Newark artist Mvntana‘s highly anticipated Made Men delivers listeners versatility and range. From sampling well-known melodies to changing his flow, Mvntana showcases his talent while telling his story. The theme of combatting adversity with music is introduced to us in the first track and remains prevalent throughout the album. While Mvntana raps about his regrets and shortcomings atop a wide range of sounds from drill to R&B-laden instrumentals.

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IG: @mvn.tana 

Twitter: @mvntana

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