Boosie Badazz just released his new mixtape, “Every Ghetto, Every City”, and here’s one of the standout tracks, “Lotta Respect” featuring Migos, and produced by Metro Boomin and Sonny Digital.
East Oakland emcee Chippass of the the NhT Boyz is back with his 2nd installment of his Chippass Jones series. Serving as a fitting sequel to the first project, Chippass Jones 2 is full of hard beats and plenty of lyricism. If you like what you hear, but sure to support the project with an iTunes purchase.
Atlanta newcomer Maui Max drops off his new single, “OG” produced by Ron Shaw. Definitely refreshing to hear this, because its different from the same ol same that we’ve been hearing around Atlanta. This is dope though, give it a listen.
Feel this voice! Niecy Blues has dropped “After While” referencing her incline in the inflexible music industry. Strong words and intense voice show us a side of Blues’s personal discoveries. Unstoppable and major, Neicy Blues is immune to the minor growing pains of artistry. So, definitely expect some new tunes from this innovative beauty this summer!
Raz presents a unique and powerful vocal performance titled “All In My Mind”. Take a dark cinematic trip into the mind of Raz Simone. Baby Jesus available for free download April 7th on razsimone.com.
Future drops the official video for his popular single “Commas”, directed by Motion Family. This is the first video from Future I’ve actually enjoyed. Good shit.
Philadelphia artist Chynna Rogers lets us have a little taste of what’s to come on “Wax”. Flow on point as always, Rogers taps Langsta Lang for a hypnotizing beat. Prepare for more from the lady MC, her talent is “Made in Chynna” and it is undeniable.
Blvck London ft. Crit Morris are disturbing the current. Fresh track “New Wave” shows growth and versatility from London. Not confirmed but there should be a new EP on the way. Expect more from Blvck London in 2015!
Dallas native Hyndrix has just released an extensive project. “Mr. Perfect” provides smooth beats mixed with articulations of times past, present, and inclinations of the future. As a dare…try “Marlboro” or “Ice Cream”. Hyndrix’s style is unexampled, there is no artist that compares. Twelve tracks, See for yourself!