Portland native Infinit returns today to release new Word-produced sounds from his forthcoming EP, Made A Way. “Change” takes a motivational look at navigating life as Infinit takes inspiration from the one and only Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to help bolster his message. Check out www.infinit-music.com for more on the quickly ascending emcee. “Change” is available now on iTunes.
The StressGods have truly made a mark over the last several months. The duo, consisting of Mo’Haze and Steve Ricks, are ascending off the release of the Mr. Cheeks-assisted single “How We Do,” as well as their diamond-inspired effort, “Sierra Leone,” which came produced by Sonny Digital.
All of their hardwork now culminates with their debut album GodSpeed — a story following two kids traveling across the country between Los Angeles, Atlanta, and New York, as they reflect on the journey they’ve endured and the lifestyle they chose to live. Aside from contributions from Mr. Cheeks and Sonny Digital, singer-songwriter Lorine Chia adds her talents to the LP, as well as New York producer Ryan James York. GodSpeed is a vessel that takes you through the worlds of sound, vision, art, and life from the perspective of the StressGods as they embark on a musical excursion to find out exactly where the world will take them.
New Video: Dre Polo – Juice
Born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona Deandrea Thompson also known as Dre Polo has always had a passion for music. At the age of 10 he wrote his first rap song; now at age 25 years old with 5 albums under him, he is ready to share his craft to the world. This is one of the dopest videos he has dropped to date. This kid might just be Arizona’s Hip Hop Rookie Of The Year! Watch the video and comment below.
M.Riich takes it to the gritty side of L.A. in his Dontell Antonio-directed visual for “Check”, an ode to the days before money hit the bank produced by Kush2x.
New York Rapper L.O embraces his Haitian roots with his new single “Bel Begay”. After releasing his mixtape “Crew World Order” alongside Tazzy B, the Nu Money Gang affiliate L.O has remained active as he continues to remain consistent with new music.
Hailing from Los Angeles by way of Texas, Stoppa shuts down LA’s Chinatown district in his new visual for “Daily.” Coined as the new voice of Houston, Stoppa sends fans on a visual trip as he embraces the dark, Hip Hop, melody-infused sound he has become most known for. “Daily” takes listeners on a journey through a typical night in Stoppa’s world as he shares who he is, where he’s going, and the new heights he intends to reach. Stoppa also addresses copycats who follow in his footsteps without giving due credit.
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