Michigan indie rapper De$igner steps up to the plate with “B.O.B.” Focusing on the money has long been a rap mantra, and De$igner sticks to the basics. Reppin’ TSP, De$igner lets nothing interrupt his grind and his earnings. Listen now and for more info on De$igner follow him for updates.
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 www.knowtheunion.com.
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.
Killa Kyleon creates a movie for “10 Bands”, the latest freestyle video from his #30Days30Deaths series, released over the summer.
Darryl J teams up with Sy Ari Da Kid for his new street single “Liter”. The song is set to appear on his “Kentucky Kush 3” mixtape dropping on October 3rd via LiveMixtapes. It will be hosted by MuzikFene & DJ Murph.
Brooklyn based MC Cife Man has been a fixture on the New York City underground music scene and continues to carve out his lane in the process. Releasing his a slew of mixtapes over the past for years, he elevates his progression by releasing the Caged Cubez visual for “Path to Glory.” The audio is lifted from his “More Fire,” mixtape was released earlier this year.
Track: Hi-Tone – 100 Years
Following the success of his “Did Dat” Remix featuring Lil Boosie and his more recent “Hate On Me” video, DB Tha Rasta is back with something special for the ladies. The St. Paul, Minnesota native flexes his romantic notions with a Summer-friendly vibe on “Slide Threw” produced by Lexi Banks.
South Carolina natives Bandough Boomin and Taylor Boy release their new collaborative single “Feelin This Way”, that’s sure to make some noise if given the chance. Both artists give us mellow, yet catchy verses that make the song a hit. Lookout for Taylor Boy’s “Hold Ya Nose” project before the year ends.