Larry June is back and gives us “F’d Up My Leg”, which uses absurd humor akin to Maco’s breakthrough hit, “U Guessed It,” with a hook that blames an excess of bands for causing Larry a leg injury. His personality is dope. Check it out.
Philly newcomer Rich Rokket is currently prepping the release of his new project A.W.N.L. Vol. 1, and to kick thing off Rich Rokket recruits Tracy T for the club friendly single “V.I.P”. Give it a listen.
Pittsburgh artist Palermo Stone is back at it, and today gives us his new video for “Legends Never Die”. This is featured on his “The 2nd Coming” album, and is definitely worth a listen.
Durham, North Carolina native Danny Blaze continues his Tuesday freestyle series, this time giving us “Game Six”, a remix to Future’s infamous “March Madness” record. On the freestyle, Danny compares himself to Lebron James and his decision to leave Cleveland and head to Miami Heat for a chance to win big. He creates a parallel between this situation and his decision to leave his former former hip hop duo, The Koolest, in hopes of breaking ground. Give it a listen.
Cam Major is back with new music today called “No Love”, produced by fellow Atlanta native AvOlanche. Cam talks about the relationships rappers have with women and the potential fallout that can come with it. Give it a listen below.
This has been in rotation on MTV Jams for a few days now, but in case you missed it, here’s the official video for Scotty ATL’s “Keith Sweat” single, featuring Big K.R.I.T., Goldy and London Jae.
New Jersey native Chaos returns with his newest video, as he connecting with R&B songstress Sammi J for “Fell”. This will appear on Chaos’ Clearing All Doubt mixtape, which is set to drop later this year.
Track: E.Nos – Loose Lighters
One week after rocking the stage at Craze Fest, Chicago emcee E. Nos decides to drop his 5-track EP titled, “Loose Lighters,” featuring his standout singles “Airplane Mode,” “Flame Up,” and “WorkaholiQ.” In just over 17 minutes, E. Nos delivers an EP full of crafty flows, braggadocious raps, and addictive hooks that will have you craving more from the emcee.
E. Nos starts off his Loose Lighters EP with his electrifying single, “Flame Up,” showing his ability to craft some of the most memorable flows coming out the Chicago music scene. Followed up by “Airplane Mode,” “Fvck Is You Saying,” and “WorkaholiQ,” E. Nos closes up the EP with an introspective track titled, “Hold Me Down,” reflecting on family, women, and proving his doubters wrong. Overall, Loose Lighters will have you hooked from the start, proving that E.
Nos is someone you have to get familiar with. Don’t snooze. Make sure to check out the EP