Ree$e Drillz – Well Worthy


Hailing from Harlem, USA, Ree$e Drillz has been tucked away in the studio and now has finally released his debut project titled “Well Worthy.” The 11-track set features contributions from and 9Eleven Beats, Captain Beats and AraabMuzik. Boasting an array of musical stylings, listeners can expect everything from boom bap of rap’s golden era, as well as tracks that lift their sample from the soulful sounds of the 60s.

Mixtape: Jaeson Green – “A P.O.M.E.”

Having been drawn to music at a young age, Jaeson’s knack for melodic hooks and seemingly effortlessly crafted verses are able to captivate the listener the moment the project starts. Green’s new body of work includes 10 new tracks that you can play from start to finish, with standout singles like “X,” which Jaeson has provided the official optics for along with the release of his new project A. P.O.M.E (A Piece of Me).

Kris Tru – Never @KrisTru803

South Carolina native Kris Tru is back again with another new release as he continues to prepare for his new project dropping at the end of the year. Today the Carolina upstart comes with a loosie titled “Never”, and as usual, he doesn’t disppoint lyrically. Kris has bars for days, so give it a listen and prepare for more to come.

AFE Union-“Spring Break” @CeeSpitz

Cee$pitz & Don Munchie, half of the group “Afe Union” get deep and direct on “Spring Break”. Inspiration from “Just A Dog” by Big Moe has these Houston artists holding back zero bars. Coming straight for the lady fruit, Cee$pitz and Munchie must be added to the “Play No Games” playlist alongside classics like “Some Cut” but Trillville. Stepping away from the trap mentality for some lovin’ is never frowned upon within the hip hop scene. “Spring Break” is available for download now on iTunes! To get a peek of other music from “Afe Union” check them out at

Shaun Peace-“Southside” @SCP13

Chicago release “Southside” from rapper Shaun Peace is lyrically combative. Putting the last touches on his rocket, Peace is about to take off.  Sharing the production credit, Shaun Peace and Wise Gui sample to create an antagonizing beat. “Southside” featuring Super Dakario tackles post-graduate hardships, peer pressures and the urge to break out of monotony. Peace is clear on the track, regardless of any persons typical personality or their accomplishments, they still have that alter ego, “Southside”. Follow Shaun Peace for new music releases and updates.