Valdrin Lamont is an artist I’m familiar with, and today he submits “Up Till 5″ for #TastemakerTuesdays. Dope shit, but I’ll let Mr. Roper be the judge.
Los Angeles resident Akil Ali submits his latest single, “Thank God” for Tastemaker Tuesdays today. Akil, who’s originally from Houston, is very confident in his capablities (as he should be) so give him a listen below.
Here’s some quality material from Detroit based rapper Adam Reverie. Not very new, but definitely one that deserves a Tastemaker Tuesday entry.
Kicking off #TastemakerTuesdays today is an up and comer out of Atlanta named Granddad Woolly, who’s delivering a record called “I Dare You” featuring Pawz One. Check it out.
For the second installment of #TastemakerTuesdays, our featured tastemaker is Randy Roper. Randy is a very well-respected figure in the hip hop community, especially around the Carolinas. He’s one of the only ones to break out of the Carolinas and make a name for himself, which he did first by becoming the music editor for Ozone Magazine.
Today, he’s the business manager and co-founder of Million Dollar Dreamz, Operations Manager for Est. 1985 Talent & Repertoire, Associate Editor over at Exclusiveaccess.net, and also owns his own site, RandyRoper.com. You might also know him from his previous blog, WritersBlockMedia.net.
Long story short, everyone who knows him knows he’s someone to know. Does that make sense?
Here’s some new music from Rich Homie Quan, produced by KC Da Beatmonster. Eh, not really feelin it. I assume this wasn’t meant to be a record that was gonna travel.
Baltimore artist YGG Tay releases his new mixtape, “Rich Before Rap”. The tape comes with 16 tracks that feature work from the likes of Young, Scooter, Metro Boomin, TM88, London On Da Track, Aubz of Mike WiLL’s EarDrummers, and more.
Migos and Bobby Shmurda are getting ready to release a new joint project called “Shmigo Gang”, and we got one of the records featured from Rich The Kid, and now we get “Computers” from Migos and Bobby Shmurda.
Detroit artist Willy J Peso makes his first appearance of 2015 with the release of his new record “401 E To Toronto” which is a dedication to all of the supporters in the great city of Toronto. Grammy nominated DrewsThatDude provides the production.
Migos and Bobby Shmurda are getting ready to release a new joint project, and today they drop a few of the gems featured. First up is Rich The Kid’s “What You Talmbout”, produced by Murda.