Loot brings us the visual for his single “What I Stand For”, from his upcoming Swear 2 Squad mixtape. The song was produced by Yung Coke, and the video was directed by J Taylor.
Newcomer Yaphiet drops his latest visual for “Missing You”, featuring Beronica Zelaya. year Yaphiet will be dropping his long awaited debut album “GiNA: Season One,” a take on the 90’s sitcom show “Martin” written and
produced in its entirety by Yaphiet. It’s a story about a player falling in love, with each song acting as an episode to the season.
Brookyln native Cris Cain releases his latest offering, “C.O.K.E.”, which will be featured on his upcoming debut mixtape, “Cris Cain America”.
Lyrics on deck. Brown conveys her message clearly in “Tell Me”. Unchanged and unique. This NEW music from LA artist Rene Brown demands you listen. A favorite in my playlist.
This is a sound you should witness! Goonie. This production and McKenzie’s verses are distinct. SC. Natural talent plus more time could only mean he is aging gorgeously. Def have to hear the new music he has to release.
Bowtye is heavy with the jammage on L.S.D. This 2014 production is obviously influenced by today’s most vital producers. Can you pick em out? Creating the entire project, this SC native is definitely onto something with his Ep. New music for 2015 is necessary immediately.
Grand Hustle’s Young Dro is back at it, and today gives us his new single called “We In Da City”. Dro has always been underrated, but this ain’t it. Well, I guess this is good because it sounds like everything else in Atlanta. Like, this isn’t even him, he doesn’t have to do this, but OK.
The Sauce Factory, which is consisting of Rizzoo, Sauce Walka, and Rodji Diego, drop off their latest visual for “So Amazin”. This is featured on the “In Sauce We Trust” mixtape out now.