JR Castro Ft. Pusha T – M.O.B

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JR Castro delivers another gem with “M.O.B.” Here he connects with Pusha T to give you a true story of trust, love and heartbreak. Produced by DJ Camper (Jay Z, Nicki Minaj, Big Sean), “M.O.B” again shows why the Timbaland stamped Las Vegas native is poised to have a huge breakout and become a must needed fixture in today’s R&B. Look for Castro’s forthcoming mixtape “You” to drop December 2015 executive produced by Timbo The King.

Track: Matty Tosca And G-Wreck – Goin Up Remix Featuring Maino | @MattyToscaLTN @GWreck22

Track: Matty Tosca And G-Wreck – Goin Up Remix Featuring Maino

Matty Tosca And G-Wreck - Goin Up Remix Featuring Maino
Matty Tosca And G-Wreck – Goin Up Remix Featuring Maino

Matty Tosca is from Brooklyn, NYC. He has been recording music for many years and has worked with many big names, such as Shaka Adres, Kendrick Lamar, Ryan Leslie and more. Matty Tosca was introduced to G-Wreck through their manager, “AD The GOD”. G-Wreck is a young up & coming artist hailing out of Newark, NJ. Together they create a refreshing new sound combining hip-hop, rap and r&b that fits yet stands out in with today’s trap-rap driven scene. Their collaborative project titled, 12.13.14, is titled after the date they recorded it. This was the first date they ever recorded together and with both being organic artists they created an entire project within a 12 hour session. The project is available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify & more. They recently released the first visual for the record, “Everything’s A Go” featuring Fred The Godson 

The 20/20 Project – Tapes And Crates @2020Crew

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Five years after releasing their debut EP Employees of the Year in 2010, Toronto rap group The 20/20 Project is back with their new album simply titled, Tapes and Crates. This project is very well put together, and full of original and fire production. Throughout the 6-track EP, The 20/20 Project reveal not only their talent as individuals and a group, but reinforce the notion that ‘boom bap’ music will never die.’