Pennsylvania artist JKJ releases his long-awaited new album, “Internal Warfare”. The emcee exhibits strong, lyrical flows along with dope punchlines all over the album. What I appreciate the most about this project is his consistency to speak about realness; what’s really going on in his life and what he experiences. You could feel his heart beating on each track. Give it a listen below, then purchase it here.
Having already released two albums as a part of The Juggaknots hip-hop trio, New York MC Queen Herawin steps out on her own with the unveiling of visuals for “Return of The G.”
Here’s some new new from Nikko Lafre’ featuring Johnny Rain called “TTINM”. This will live on Nikko Lafré’s forthcoming EP titled, ‘Troubled Soul: Blame The City’, which will be released independently through Nikko’s newly launched imprint label the GOLDROSE COLLECTIVE.
Named after Michael Jackson’s classic record, “Human Nature” was an unfinished record from OG Maco’s “OG Maco EP”. Brooklyn native, ReQ Cartier adds own lyrics to the freeverse.
Minnesota native T.O.N.Y. has been dropping content at a rapid pace and today he decides to kick off #ToneTuesdays which will include a compilation of freestyles, original records and videos. To kick off the series T.O.N.Y. recruits dope lyricist Skip Grandz and Bullet Brak and they trade bars over the classic “Whot Shot Ya” instrumental.
Here’s another one from a South Carolina artist, this time from City P, giving us the official video for his “Forever” single.
South Carolina native Just Rich Gates is back with new music titled “Wu Tang Bricks”, produced by 808 Mafia.
Chicago emcee Howie Stackz delivers his latest single titled “Food Chain” featuring Corey Simpson. Let’s see what our featured tastemaker has to say about this one.
Florida artist CaesarCmK releases the official video for his latest single, “Murda She Wrote”. His “Maximel” project drops this Friday.
From WLPWR (@WLPWR):
The song concept on this one is cool. The recording could be better in my opinion. Lots of high end hiss prior to the lyrics coming on, sounds like a recording and mixing issue. The video is ok as well, far to many cuts for my liking. The record just feels a little dated to me.