Gone Wallace returns with a new single called “Sweet Chin Music”, produced by Japanese producer, ΔKTR. Gone wants to lyrically tell us what it’s like to be in his city.
“Reality raps” is something that alot of artists in today’s growing game lack. Most people speak of a life that they themselves do not live, and so they perpetrate the lives of others. VA native, Roni Raxx, however, is the complete opposite from those type of artists. His latest video drop, “Tame Myself” featuring fellow native, Parklyfe, serves as a sneak peak into the life they really lead as they grind hard and flex harder.
Fresh off the release of the controversial post-apocalyptic concept album, Resistant Society, the transatlantic duo, Rapper Tony Wilson (New Orleans) and London Producer Lalya (correctly spelled L-A-L-Y-A) Pars, bring you the dance floor smash, “Work for It.”
Brooklyn newcomer Trev Mulah unveils his visual for the high energy single “Hop Out.” Keep a lookout for his forthcoming project “Mulah World” set for release soon.
Cincinnati representative Lantana drops off his new mixtape More To Go along with a video for one of the standout tracks “Can You Relate”. The project comes equipped with 13 new tracks with production from Akeem Wells, DJ Korbit, Mick, Autumn, Staks Da Producer, DB Exclusive, Wonder & Charlie Horse.
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.
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