Detroit artist Acapella returns with new music called “Everybody Is A Rapper”, which is true. My mom’s probably secretly a rapper. This one wil will definitely have you thinking.
New Video: MedafORACLE – Ventilation
medafORACLE migrated from the east coast to Phoenix, AZ in 2003. Known for his witty punch lines, complicated rhyme scheme and trickery word play, he mixes this into songs containing substance and content. This is what separates him from other emcees. He uses this to create a balance between the real world and entertainment. Not only known as an emcee but also a producer and engineer, he strives to be an influence for the local artist in his state, region and ultimately worldwide. Being raised on the late 80’s and 90’s era of Hip Hop, he has had the blessed opportunity to share the stage with some of his influences and legends from that same era such as, Pharoahe Monch, De La Soul, The Alcoholics, Talib Kweli, Aceyalone and One Belo just to name a few.
Raised mostly by his mother after losing his father at age ten to gun violence, he has had a passion to use his gift of writing music to educate younger listeners. Focusing on real life situations he has been through, witnessed or could have experienced, he paints these very portraits with his song writing abilities. medafORACLE’s love for Hip Hop was conceived during his conception and with his love and talents combined he hopes to utilize this as an engine to drive the youth’s inspiration.
Though Hip Hop’s purity hasn’t flourished in the mainstream world, he is aware that it is alive and well and proves this in every song he writes. Do yourself a favor and get familiar with the name “medafORACLE
DB Tha Rasta shows love to his homies who have passed away and who are currently incarcerated with “Pour Sum Liquor” produced by JR Hitmaker. Through his lyrics, DB touches on how he feels about how far he has come with his career, and how it saddens him that a few of his loved ones aren’t here to share with him.
Aaron Knight had a tremendous start to his campaign with the premiere of his single “OG” via The Fader. Subsequently, the track was picked up by virtually every major outlet and has garnered him great reviews from fans and critics alike. Looking to pick up right where he left off, the Sunnyside, Queens, NY native returns with his follow up single titled “Roll It.” Produced by Bangerz845, the bouncy cut finds Aaron Knight showcasing his melodic strengths and is sure to be yet another fan favorite.
Following the release of their Freddie Gibbs assisted single, “Trap House Jumpin,” Pimpin Pen and K.Paul, the Country Cousins, have dropped the official video for “Up 2 Somethin.” Shot entirely in their hometown of Austin, TX, Country Cousins embrace the South’s signature uniqueness. Featuring an identifiable Drake sample “Up 2 Somethin” appears on Country Cousins’ DJ Smallz hosted “Country Kingz” mixtape coming this Fall.
For most rappers, image is everything and an expensive ride is a rights of passage. For Dee-1 however, life is just fine with his old faithful Honda 4-door. In the official video for “No Car Note” (Directed by: Tommy Talley), Dee-1 and his young co-stars celebrate the extra money that they don’t have to worry about annoying car payments.
“I want people to know that you should never buy a fancy car just to “fit in” if it causes you to live above your means,” says Dee-1, who for the first time ever, has given people with “regular cars” their very own anthem.
Seattle songwriter Ryan Caraveo presents the ominous visual for “Grim Reaper” produced by Teal Douville. We follow Caraveo through the streets on an average night as he speaks on feelings of alienation while an unlikely visitor stalks him at every turn… “Grim Reaper” appears on Ryan Caraveo’s upcoming project Maybe They Were Wrong, which is slated for release on 12/1.
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