M3LO Capone Speaks of Trials in New Track, ”Vindictive” 

For Chicago- based artist M3LO Capone, coming out the trenches of south Englewood has been story of his life. Growing up wasn’t easy for him – he’s experienced losing close friends to being a victim of police brutality. This year, Capone translates his pain and struggles in his latest mixtape, “All Gas, No Breaks”, a collection of tracks that share his story to those who can relate to living through tough, life- changing situations that have been brought upon them. 

The Chicago native shares with us that going through tough situations for years as a young boy, he’s been able to find a way to translate his thoughts and motions to hardcore street tracks that are relatable to those who know what he’s talking about. His ultimate goal is to get others to relate to his story and be motivated to get out of the trenches and make a name for themselves. Capone tells us, “ I plan to connect with people everywhere and have longevity when it comes to this game, having a career that pays well and will open the doors for other lanes in life.”

In his latest track, “Vindictive” along with intense visuals, M3LO Capone expresses how it’s now his turn to get back what was taken from him and he’s pretty bold about it, too.

C Wells Drops New “Smokers” Video

C Wells Provides The Vibes While Rolling Around LA In “Smokers” Video Single

Returning off a strong release, C Wells is back with a splash after finding himself on television and all over the internet. The young artist looks to show the finer things in life as he enjoys some shopping and good weather during his time in sunny California. Take a deeper look into the visual concept and watch as C Wells receives private calls throughout the day that might just lead to the end of his last night in LA. “Smokers” is an eye-catching visual that will have you entertained throughout as C Wells looks to make some noise with his follow up single. 

C Wells states, “At the time that I wrote smokers i was caught in a space where I was either taking myself too serious or not serious at all. Also at this time I’m dealing with fall outs, & rumors I had refused to address that’s why you hear lines like “I can’t let nobody else control my wave” & “too much threats & rumors been put on my name” these were feelings I was actually feeling but wanted to have fun expressing them it’s my way of letting my process be like therapy. 

He goes on to say, “When Me, Swaggy & J Black were shooting the video for “Smokers” all I knew was I wanted a plot twist to the video. I had to think to myself “What have I not shown my audience before ?” and what do you know the saying To Live & Die In LA came to mind then my idea came to life.”

Produced by Well Collected and Shot By Swaggyr, “Smokers” is a must watch and C Wells is certainly an artist to be on the lookout for going forward.

Social Media: @LiveFamousWells 

John Fifth Releases Visuals For “Lil John”


Miami native John Fifth is locally recognized as being a talented artist/producer around his way and now that the new year is in full swing, he looks to up the ante for his musical pursuits with the release of his forthcoming project “A Story By John Fifth.” Today he unveils the official visual for his lead single “Lil John,” which is a creative homage to Youngbloodz & Lil John’s early 2000’s hit “Damn. Directed by Ali Dope, the visual finds John Fifth stopping through various neighborhoods in New York City.

#NewVideo: Regular – Jumpshooters

The duo of Xavi and Dre, collectively known as Jumpshooters are ushering a new era of California Hip Hop apart from the street and ratchet themes that have been so prevalent in that region. Hailing from Mid-City and The Jungles, they grew up on opposites of the track, Blood and Crip neighborhoods respectively, but later connected through their shared Jamaican heritage and from there, Xavi and Dre began working on crafting their own unique sound. Now, with years of hard work on their resume, the Jumpshooters are ready to bring their style to the masses with the release of their Scholastic Vision-directed visual for “Regular.” In the clip, which serves as their lead single, the duo takes listeners through a day-in-the-life in Los Angeles, showcasing their flashy lifestyle that might be over the top for some, but the norm for them. The Marz produced track will appear on their debut project “A Very Good Mixtape,” which is slated for release this Winter via Priority Records Distribution.


Madison Jay – My Day 2 Come (Shot. JK Media)

Madison Jay returns with the 5th visual release off his critically acclaimed debut album ‘Return Of The Gap” with a homage to his hometown of Raleigh, NC in impeccable fashion. Madison runs thru the city reminiscing on his humble beginnings draped County! apparel. Shouting out out local artists, local sports teams and enjoying good times with family. This is the anthem for the city of Raleigh (919) and for anyone’s who’s ever been looked at as an underdog.

Mike Classic – Woosah

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 97Power 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…

Supa Ju – Food Stamps [Music Video]

Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, Supa Ju is a driven, passionate and charismatic with a unique approach to his blend of hip-hop

His sound is all about connecting with listeners through massive doses of energy, memorable hooks, and witty lyricism. His flow echoes greats such as Outkast, Drake, Eminem or Hopsin, while his melodic sensibility blinks an eye to Miguel, The Weeknd or Frank Ocean, just to mention  a few.

Don’t miss the upcoming EP release, “RISE”! scheduled for 2017.


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