After 6 months of building his “Moment of Truth” tour and “Artist to Artist Kickback” series, TruthCity is back with new music. “The Family” sees TruthCity breaking out of his usually friendly demeanor to give a stern warning to his foes, frenemies and all those in between. Over bouncy yet sinister production from Yung Lan complete with audio clips from both Tupac and Kanye West, TruthCity manages to even make boasts and threats catchy.
In his visual for “Run Up a Check”, Purpose shares a day in his life with some behind-the-scenes action in Miami, including sound checks, fan meet-n-greets, photo shoots, studio time and more.
Alan Riddle, better known as Passport Gift to his fans, is marking his territory in the music industry. With a work ethic like no other, the emcee delivers his new single “Note To Self” which reflects on his recent experiences on his musical journey as an artist. This Parks produced track will be featured on his No Expiration EP which is set to be released in the Fall.
Chicago’s Henny B releases a new record called “Ca$h”, featuring frequent collaborator CassoBvndz. I think Henny could make some noise..
I introduce to ya’ll SheBloggin newcomer DJ-V, and I’m introducing ya’ll cuz from now on whenever he releases something it’ll be posted. In other words, I dig him! Today he gives us his latest offering titled “Sick Sauce”, and I’d say it’s similar to that horrorcore that Three Six introduced us to a while ago. The song is very dark, but I fuck with it and I think a lot of ya’ll will too. Give it a listen.
New Orleans native LouiVon is back and releases the visual for his bouncy record “Paperwork”, produced by Nard & B, and shot by Educate.or. LouiVon meets a girl in a hotel, gets her to the room, and eventually asks what she’ll do for that “Paperwork”. The record is definitely for the strip clubs, and has that New Orleans flavor all over it. LouiVon is working so be on the lookout for more to come.
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