Video: Parable vs Mac Soto – Too Much (Live Version)

Parable vs. Mac Soto recreate a track off of their recently released debut EP and provide witty, intricate visuals to match. Trying to bring some fun and humor into hip-hop, the duo show us their interpretation of the motto work hard play hard, splitting shots between Mac Soto’s personal practice space and Parable’s time on the Vans Warped Tour. “Too Much” is originally produced by South Florida heavy-hitter Miami Beat Wave and incorporates a smooth, chill sound with a boom-bap bounce, while Parable and Mac Soto express candid and blunt lyrics of aspiring for too much. The live version is produced by Mac Soto. Their debut EP is currently available at all major online retailers.

Mixtape: Young Dolph – Shittin On The Industry


Young Dolph has made the most of 2015, releasing multiple projects including High Class Street Music 5 (The Plug Best Friend) in February and 16 Zips in July. Keeping his foot on the gas, the South Memphis Kingpin makes it a triad of mixtapes with his new aptly-titled effort, Shittin On The Industry. The 12-track project comes packed with production from the likes of Mike Will Made-It, Zaytoven, TM88, Cassius Jay, and Izze The Producer, along with features from T.I. and fellow Paper Route Empire artists Bino and Jay Fizzle.

Video: Leni B – Worth It

Chicago bred artist Leni B is truly a multi-layered talent, being well versed in songwriting, producing, rapping and audio engineering. Looking to take his talents to new heights, Leni B unveils the visual for his latest effort titled “Worth It.” The track, which is produced and mixed by Leni himself, finds him lamenting about his encounters with the opposite sex.

Mixtape: Bleed Valentine – “Ko$t of Fame” (Hosted by DJ Drama)

With a cosign from DJ Drama, Detroit native Bleed Valentine releases a 12-track mixtape equipped with additions from the likes of Rocko, Tyga, and more. After delivering a raw visual for “Menace 2 Society” over the summer, Bleed proves that he’s not limited to just one infectious single by providing other standout tracks including “Foreign” and “Ruby In The Rough.” The new mixtape not only serves as a window into Bleed Valentine’s life in the Motor City, but it simultaneously doubles as his introduction to the rap game.

Video: Nino Khayyam – I Serve The Base

Brooklyn’s Nino Khayyam has been on a roll since releasing his “Cocaine & Caviar” mixtape earlier this year, unveiling eye popping visuals for tracks such as “Movie,” and “F.W.N.” The MCs tunes are equally up to par as his records have been gaining grounded on mix show playlists across the northeastern US. Today, Nino takes his talents to NYC’s Starlets gentleman’s club for his 20 bottle birthday gala in his latest clip for “I Serve The Base.”

Immerze – No Feelings

Continuing his new freestyles series #OFF (Oreo Flow Fridays), Immerze follows up recent releases “Moon Roof” and “Ryder Music” to come through with a freestyle over PARTYNEXTDOOR’s “No Feelings.” Taking on a more aggressive delivery than normal, similarly to that of Travis Scott who was originally featured on the track, Immerze’s comes through with a cold and dark approach to the track.

Velous – Sex And The City @velousmusic

Velous, producer of Kanye’s “All Day” record now leaks his own single titled “Sex And The City”, which of course he also produced. The track was first played by Boi-1da on Drake’s OVO Sound Radio last weekend, prompting Velous to leak the record himself at the behest of listeners. The full CDQ version will be available on “The Disco,” which is slated for release soon.