Stream: Jeezy – Trap Or Die 3


YEEEESSSS! YES! YEEEEEEESSSSSSSS! If you know me, then you know today’s a holiday because it’s Trap Or Die 3 day! My nigga Jeezy delivered another classic, for real.

His leading single, “Going Crazy” featuring French Montana is a smash of course, and he also gets a banger with a Chris Brown feature, and there’s even a contribution from the late Bankroll Fresh before he passed. I’m tellin’ ya’ll, this is that good ole Jeezy we love. Take a listen below and then purchase it, right in time for the weekend.

New Video: Preme Dibiasi – Holiday Featuring Styles P | @Preme_Dibiasi

New Video: Preme Dibiasi – Holiday Featuring Styles P

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Cleveland Ohio HipHop Artist Preme Dibiasi releases a visual to his single “Holiday” featuring Styles P. From burning and selling his own music the song quickly rose to prominence locally. Always the hustler, Preme began booking his own venues, often producing sold out shows. Through that effort and consistency he has since become a well-known hitmaker on the Midwest music scene, collaborating with many notable artists/producers both regionally and nationally; releasing a string of mixtapes in the process.

The success of those projects have lead to his booking at shows with everyone from Gucci Mane to Dej Loaf during Z1.079’s White Out. Since forming his own label (Born Leaders Music Group), Preme has strung together a run of national successes with the release of both the runaway club hit “Buss It Down ft Pooh Gutta & K-Stylis” and it’s follow-up “Drippin” with DJ Ryan Wolf. While traveling promoting those records, Preme still managed to feed his growing fanbase with the now classic Kingpin Dreams 2 (anchored by the soulful “Touch The Sky”, with the legendary Scarface).

His latest releases, “Kodak” featuring Cool Amerika and “Holiday”, again have the streets buzzing in anticipation of his next release tentatively titled “Zone Talk”. With the project complete and a Fall 16′ tour in the works, Preme’s rise appears to be just beginning. Buy the single on itunes today.

1Shot Dealz – “Time To Kill”


Spanish Harlem lyricist 1Shot Dealz presents “Time To Kill” produced by 808 Mafia, which will appear on his upcoming original mixtape Real Talk, No Talk via his own Ryder Music imprint. The vibrant songwriter has been on tour with DMX, and will be releasing new visuals from the project soon.

TruthCity – “Everything Black”

Police brutality has been a constant discussion in homes across America. Innocent black men and women are beaten, wrongfully accused and even murdered for all to see. As many police officers walk free from their crimes, the anger and rage has been translated via Hip-Hop. Silence can no longer be an action and with this in mind, a quiet TruthCity let’s loose his thoughts alongside No Suh Foster and Wordspit The Illest in his declaration of war on “Everything Black”. TruthCity calls out appropriation and murders, and asks for justice or blood.

Binky Bandz – Up Now


Pittsburgh’s rising star Binky Bandz drops a new single called “Up Now” from his upcoming Born To Be A King mixtape hosted by Traps-N-Trunks & DJ Worm. Produced by Slick LaFlare.

Video: Greazy Duzit – Spit Polish @greazyduzit412

Pittsburgh native Greazy Duzit releases the new visual for his latest single “Spit Polish”, directed by David Newbury. The educational lyrical emcee is not your average spitter, although he might come off that way. He’s a round the way guy with skewed and at times jaded lenses, at the same time can flow with the best of them, being influenced by some of the greatest hip hop will ever see. Check out “Spit Polish”, which will also be featured on his upcoming new EP “Hell With The Lid Off”, which is due to drop November 11th.

Video: Dropz – Since 97 @stroudizzle

Berkeley, California native Dropz, who got an early start writing and producing in his middle aged teenaged years, premieres the visual for his latest single “Since 97”, which he also produced. This is a taste of what to expect to come from the youngin when he drops his mixtape, “1997” on 11/1.