“Int’l Campaign”, the production collective by Money Montage & Rich Frvr, release their first single entitled “First Of The Month”, featuring Rich the Kid, Lamb$, Dougie F, and Kenny Turnup. This will be on their upcoming project “In Case You Were Wondering…” which will feature OG Maco, Key!, Dave East, and more.
Coming off a nice buzz from his Fetty Wap featured “Check”, BreakDay Ent. recording artist Driive released only a snippet of his follow up record “My Night” a few weeks back. Now the Mississippi new comer has released the full version of his energetic single produced by Johnnyboy.
Detroit emcee Nametag Alexander releases the official video for his single “A.L.A.R” (A Loop And Rap). At the end, you’ll hear a snippet of his upcoming new single “Paper” dropping May 22nd.
Atlanta rapper Ralo releases the new visual for his single “Can’t Lie” featuring Future. Directed by FreeBandz Films and shot in “The Bluff” and on location in Atlanta, Ralo tells the truth about his life, things he has been through and some of the illusions about him that others have.
Atlanta rising star Clay James is back with a new video for “100 Bars”, which was featured on his “Kickin Pimpin” EP out now.
Scotty ATL drops the official Video for his buzzing new single “Cloud IX”, produced by Dj Toomp and shot by Rashid from London, which was also premiered on MTV. Cameos by Big Gipp (Goodie Mob), Jazzy Mcbee (Streetz 94.5 ATL Radio), Dj Aaries, and more.
Nucci Reyo recently launched the first non-profit music label in the history of the industry called The White Flag Movement. The idea stemmed from Nucci Reyo’s passion to combat the impact that being exposed to negative music and violent themes has on communities at large. All of the music, concerts, and merchandise from The White Flag Movement will be free to the public. In conjunction with Universal Records, The White Flag Movement has secured a distribution deal that will allow the music to be “purchased” in stores and online at no cost to the consumer.
To kick things off, the first song released under the new imprint is titled “Follow Me,” which repurposes Aly-Us’ 1996 single of the same name.
Queens, NY emcee Chris Jones may not be on your radar yet but after a few spins of his new EP, Keys 2 Success, which is produced entirely by LandoBeats (Troy Ave – Bricks In My Backpack 3 & BSB Vol 3), Trae Tha Truth & Franc Grams, you will surely see the talent he has to offer.
Maejor continues on with his succession of First Of The Month series with the release of his video, “We Ready”. In the visual, Maej sets his sight on hometown of Detroit to tell his story like never before. Check it out.