Ron Car releases a new video for his single “Tommy Hilfiger” from his new mixtape No Love. The young MC takes us back to a 90’s street feel, directly correlating his love of urban music and his success and correlating that directly to Tommy Hilfiger’s rise and fall in urban culture and tying the career arch’s together using the back-drop of his native Pittsburgh.
Still reeling from his placement on TDE artist Jay Rock’s new album, New Zealand-born, Los Angeles-based producer SmokeyGotBeatz presents the third installment of his #WestCoastWednesday series “Live From Crenshaw PT. 2”. This track features up and coming West Coast MC Blaison Maven, and will appear on Smokey’s upcoming project Coke, Cigarettes & Chicken: The Beat Tape.
Rich The Kid chooses “Expensive” as the latest cut to receive a visual from his Flexin On Purpose mixtape. Produced by Harry Fraud.
California DOEBOii59 is back with a new video for his single “Gangsta” featuring DoeBoy079, YoungFace and Blaq Fuego (those names are difficult). Be on the lookout for his mixtape coming soon.
Atlanta’s CKENT drops the visual for his single “Practice What I Preach”, directed by MMIW. Also, lookout for CKENT this week at A3C, which starts tomorrow.
Trent Smith delivers a visual for his “Homecoming” record which is a dedication to his seed. Check it out below.
Check out DMV Collective Music Movement Artists Kadeem The Producer and Projex new single “Dance” with hitting production from upcoming DMV producer Troy Train. This song is the first single off KP and Projex upcoming EP which is set to drop later this year.
Mack 10’s son, District 21, returns today with a new single entitled “Pictures”. The song will be featured on the Cali newcomer’s upcoming project “Drugtowns” coming soon.
Killa Kyleon and video director David Stunts keep it gritty as they take on “Breathe Easy” from Jay-Z’s The Blueprint album. “Breathe Easy” appears on Killa Kyleon’s summer freestyle compilation, #30Days30Deaths
South Carolina native Kris Tru is back again with some new material, this time a song dedicated to his hometown called “My City”. In light of the tragic flooding that went down in cities across South Carolina this past weekend, Kris wrote this record to talk about what’s going on, and the devastation the floods have caused. Lookout for his “WhoThaFuckIsKrisTru?” mixtape dropping at the end of the month.