Video: Corey Finesse – Vagabond

As he gears up for the release of his forthcoming debut album “God’s Plan,” former GS9 member Corey Finesse looks to carve out his own lane. Inking a deal with NuLa Entertainment, the Brooklyn native brings his street aesthetic to the forefront while also showcasing his musicality. Having already amassed a growing fanbase from his prior work, Corey Finesse is ready to flood the market with brand new material. The first offering from his campaign is the visual for the high energy single “Vagabond,” which finds him flanked by his NuLa comrades. “Vagabond” is currently available on iTunes and for all things Corey Finesse and NuLa Ent, visit

Velous – Flipmode

Coming off a year which saw him make guest appearances on highly popular records alongside the likes of Fabolous, Rick Ross, Tyga, Jeremih and more, Velous has also raised his level of clout by producing hits for various artists including the much talked about Kanye West record “All Day,” which helped Velous snag two Grammy nominations. Shifting gears into artist mode, the Kingston, NY native released singles “Sex And The City” and “Flex Wit You,” featuring his Coke Boy brethren French Montana, both of which have helped him win over more fans to add to his cult following. As he gears up for the release of his forthcoming debut album “The Disco,” Velous blesses listeners with a brand new high energy self-produced cut titled “Flipmode.”

Young Buck feat. Young Dolph & Starlito – Streets Sour

Young Buck was recently sentenced to 7 months in prison, but that isn’t stopping him for releasing new music. Today the Cashville native teams up with Young Dolph and Starlito on “Streets Sour”, a new song that will be featured on the upcoming Strictly 4 The Traps N Trunks (Free Young Buck Edition Pt. 2) mixtape. Produced by Bandplay.

Video: Lantana – More To Go

Lantana preps us for his More To Go project dropping August 25th with a new visual for the mixtape title track. This is the first of a 4 video series as the Cincinnati native builds more momentum for the project. Directed by Bangout Films.

New Music: Steve Roxx – Trappin’ | @IamSteveRoxx

New Music: Steve Roxx – Trappin’

New Music: Steve Roxx - Trappin'

Emerging R&B artist Steve Roxx returns with a new single “Trappin”!  The song looks at the ever changing image young women choose to get noticed through social media.  With so many social media models and men sliding into their DM’s, social media is the new Trap!  Fresh off his critically acclaimed debut EP, “Down 2 Earth” the South Carolina R&B Artist of The Year is poised to have a big end to 2016!  Steve Roxx is in the studio putting the finishing touches on his new EP, “Down 2 Earth 2′ with his in-house production team “The Nukez”!  Co-Written By Steve Roxx and The Nukez, “Trappin” will give a glimpse into the new direction and music to come from this amazing Artist/Writer/Dancer!  

Video: Kris Tru – Still Ridin Dirty @KrisTru803

South Carolina native Kris Tru releases the visual for his well received record “Still Ridin Dirty”, which is featured on his “Southan Comfort” album out now. Lookout for his next project “Players Paradise” dropping next month.

New Video: B The Big Dawg – Where Ya Been | @bthebigdawg

New Video: B The Big Dawg – Where Ya Been

New Video: B The Big Dawg – Where Ya Been

B the BIG DAWG (formerly known as LIL B) is an artist/C.E.O. of his own independent record label (Hard Head 4Life Ent., LLC). Born on the near eastside of Indianapolis, Indiana, he was raised by his wonderful mom in a poverty-stricken neighborbood called “Brookside,” where drug dealing, murder and prostitution were normal. B used those negative factors as motivation to be a positive role model for his younger brother and sister. By the tender age of 13, he was the man of the house, often helping his mother pay the rent and other bills. His passion for music began at the age of 15 when he released his 1st CD, “Thug Brothaz,” with a group of friends from the neighborhood. His first official album, “Grind B4U $hine,” was released independently in 2006 and was an instant classic not just in Naptown, but throughout the Midwest. It was followed by “Tha Ghetto Been Good 2 Me,” “Not A Play Thang” with the Bizness Boyz and “4 Trappers Not Rappers” with Man Man Marley. In 2014, he won The People’s Choice Award from the Indy Urban Music Awards (The Peoples Champ!). Along with back to back XXL Magazine features, tons of radio play and new videos circulating, his latest project, “Yung.Ghetto.$tar,” has major labels constantly calling his great management team about a record deal. However, he still chooses to remain independent and be his own boss. If you’re looking for high quality street music from an artist with undisputed street cred, you got it here with Indiana’s own “B the BIG DAWG”!