Erick Lottary – “Ctrl + Alt + Del”

The artist formally known as Lotta has returned with new music. Covering Pusha-T’s Jay-Z assisted single “Drug Dealers Anonymous”, the North Carolina emcee takes you on a journey through his past detailing his rise in the rap game. The mixture of the hard-hitting beats and his laid back flow make for a dynamic hit that sounds like it was made for a scene in a Hollywood film. Now going by a more personal moniker, Erick Lottary is currently working on a new project that both new and core listeners will surely love.

Charles Jenkins – “Winning”

For his newest release, Charles has teamed up with Grammy Award winning producer Warren Campbell (Kanye West, R. Kelly, Snoop Dogg) for “Winning.” Now accompanied by a summery lyric visual, Jenkins inspiring single takes on new life as it delivers warm, affirming energy. “I wanted to lift people up with a different sound and spread some #positiveair on the the radio airwaves and social media,” says Jenkins who is pastor of Fellowship Chicago, a historic church in Chicago, IL.

Video: LouiVon – G’Shit @reallouivon

New Orleans native LouiVon returns this week with the official video for his standout record “G’Shit”, which is featured on his latest project “Never Say Never”. In the visual, which LouiVon also directed, you’ll find him dressed in all black mafia style, showing us what it’s like to actually be on some G’Shit. Check it out below.

#TheProgressReport: Drumma Boy Talks Music, Life, & Secrets To Success!

“If you haven’t made it to a certain level yet in your career, it means that you haven’t completed the work done necessary.”
In a recent interview with super producer Drumma Boy, he recalls childhood memories of having the likes of Isaac Hayes play music with his parents in his home; Discusses what motivates him and how he has yet to reach his prime; Entrepreneurship and 2016 goals of generating multiple revenue streams – doing movie scores, successful sparkling liquor, Phresh Phamily & producer emoji pack; Speaks on his hometown of Memphis being underrated musically; Speaks on working with Yo Gotti and Young Dolph since day one and the importance of consistency and determination; Speaks on people only knowing Juicy J from Taylor Gang as opposed to Three 6 Mafia; Describes how time is the number one sacrifice in the music industry and the importance of knowing how to stay in the studio instead of going to the clubs; Partnering with strippers to make money and getting music played in clubs & more!
Drumma Boy has produced Plies & T- Pain “Shawty”, Pastor Troy’s “Pop That Pussy”, Young Jeezy’s “White Girl” & “Put On”, Rocko’s “Umma Do Me”,  Birdman’s “Money To Blow”, 2 Chainz “Riding Around & Getting It”, Migos “Look At My Dab”, Gucci Mane’s “All My Children” & many more classics.
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