West coast lyricist Shawn Chrystopher drops his summer project, "SummerLove". You can slap this at any BBQ, pool party, ride down Pacific Coast Highway, its just a breezy flow.
I don't know much about Nikkiyah, but what I do know is that this girl is extremely talented. She has a voice remnant to the late Amy Winehouse but manages to hone her own sound. She simply got my attention through twitter and all I did was hit play.... The South Carolina singer/songwriter is on the verge of something promising, be on the lookout for her 17-track mixtape "sheBLACKOUT" dropping June 10th. Nikkiyah is best described in a four letter word, DOPE!!!!?>
Late Nostalgic Boulevard, an EP by Kansas City, MO artist Watts the Future (@wattsthefuture) & Raleigh, NC producer Ace Dizzy (@acedizzyflow).
Era Hardaway presents "Classic" the album. This album introduces that good ol' hip hop sound infused with modern day era hip hop, no pun intended. Dope production and fresh versus make for a classic if you ask me!
One of Oakland, CA's finest, Miss Darling Bonnie a female lyricist with an innocent glow but a firery delivery. Darling Bonnie's latest mixtape, "Vintage" proves just that. She was once part of a music duo, but now pursuing her rise to solo success. Check her out...
Up and coming new artist Aness showcases her talents as singer-songwriter making mesmerizing melodies and bold lyrics over neck breaking hip hop beats. Each track has it's own unique personality and story, showing the diverse sound of this up and coming artist. I think Aness may have that "It" factor, she has that authentic sound that taps you into another musical element.
After earning SPIN magazine’s “Best Rap Album of 2011″ title with their ‘Stepbrothers’ project, Don Trip and Starlito are back it with their latest release, ‘Stepbrothers 2,’ which dropped today (Oct. 15). To help promote the new album, the southern duo has announced a 15-date tour kicking off tomorrow (Oct. 16) in Jacksonville, FL.
Ready to take in the crowd reaction to their ‘Step Brothers’ follow up, Don Trip says, “For me, I felt like it was a brand new project, and not a part 2 so to speak.” He continued, “We needed it to be bigger; treat it like an album and not a mixtape. It took more preparation.” And here it is...
Detroit native Adam Reverie shoots the Steez his latest project, "Father Son Brother Friend" a complete project equipped with grade A production, dope hooks, and Rev's aggressive, sometimes scrappy, and crafty flow. Over the past few months we dropped "Sin Sometime" and "Testify" two banging tracks from the album. I have to say, "What My Mama Told Me" maybe my new favorite. If you haven't heard Rev get off, this album will make you a believer. The album is LEGIT!!