Boosie is back with a new visual for his “No Juice” single, which is featured on his “Life After Death Row” mixtape out now.
Chicago native Chase Chill gives us his new single, “Broke Boys” produced by Don Robb. After making an appearance on Lil Bibby’s “Free Crack” mixtape, Chase is looking to build his buzz this year. Give it a listen below.
In honor of the NCAA tournament still in effect (my Kentucky squad is killin it, by the way), Future delivers the official video for his “March Madness” single. This is featured on his “56 Nights” project out now.
Cincinnati talented emcee Sleep is back and releases a new visual for his “Orion’s Belt” record. He delivers dopeness as usual, he’s never disappointed. Talented lyricist that deserves to be checked out.
Camden, NJ native, Rell Rock just released a cinematic visual for her stand-out single, ‘You Won’t,’ which appeared on her Black Diamond project. With some mellow production from Zone Beatz, Rell uses the track to slay the competition and remind doubters that they couldn’t walk a day in her shoes.
Charlotte’s Deniro Farrar and Supreme team up again to create a dark visual for his track “Tired” along with Director Mike Marsco. This appears on his “Rebirth” EP.
Detroit’s Adam Reverie is back with new music titled “Detroit Muscle”, which will be featured on his forthcoming project “The West Side Rev Project” dropping May 5th. Adam flexes his Detroit muscle all over this track, reminding everyone of his lyrical talents. Give it a listen below.
Connor Cassidy releases his latest offering, “Framework” featuring fellow Boston native Kyle Bent. Good stuff, check it out below.
eMeX makes a return with the release of “Gettin’ By.” This smooth, soulful offering carries a nice vocal sample that plays in the background as eMeX flows effortlessly. The Baltimore lyricist & producer tREEts team up for a solid release. Give it a listen.
#TASTEMAKERTUESDAYS FEATURED TASTEMAKER: Rell Cash – Rellito’s Way
Milwaukee’s RELL CA$H drops his 2nd project TRVPCV$H this past Friday hosted by GrandHustle’s DJ MLK. Rell says this project puts me in the “trap” genre. I want people to understand where I came from as a person, and an artist, and most importantly it displays the growth. As hip hop artists we all pretty much telling the same stories, how we tell them is what sets us apart. I’m showing a different side of me by giving my audience more than hip hop by going right into trap production. Versatility is what I’m giving my maint audience while pulling the trap audiences as well. I gave you a preview with Make It Work. Now check out the whole project and my video Rellito’s Way.