Another one of Atlanta's rising stars Rich The Kid releases new music today called "Clientele" featuring Coke Boys artist Chinx Drugz. This is his follow-up offering to his hit single "Jumpin Like Jordan".
Dipset artist Tito Green releases the visual for his track "Life Goes On", produced by Virus Beats. Tito's been on a hiatus for 4 or so years, due to the passing on his mother in 2009. Glad to see him bounce back.
Recently freed rapper Lil Boosie will be speaking live today at a press conference in New Orleans at 2pm, and you can watch it right here! He's answering questions from the media and most importantly, his fans. Watch the stream below.
Kentucky emcee and Arrival 3 artist Devine Carama drops another track today off of his new EP "The Dream Walker" available for download now. This one's called "Keepers Of The Boom Bap" and is produced by Andrew Lopez. Here's what Devine had to say about the track:
"I feel like there are few artists left still trying to keep that golden era boom bap sound alive while also pushing the music forward. I'd like to think I'm one of those MCs."
Atlanta rising star Scotty ATL is back at it with a new visual for his track "Round Dis MFkr", produced by Sledgren. This is jammin. Scotty never disappoints, and gets better every time I hear him. He's one to keep an eye on, I think this might just be his year.
Slip N Slide singer Sebastian Mikael is back with the official video for his latest single "Forever". He's talented. If you're not familiar with him yet, please watch the video.
For some reason, I knew this was coming. Here's a new record from C-Murder and recently freed Lil Boosie called "Came 2 Da Can". This is the first offering from their forthcoming collaborative project, "Penitentiary Chances".
Houston newcomer Jamie Hancock releases a new track titled "Drunk", a smooth cut produced by Carnage. This will be featured on his upcoming EP, "Alpha" coming soon.
Chicago emcee Mic Terror drops off his latest offering, "N.W.G.". Mic Terror offers a brutally honest take on Chicago, gun violence, and the media’s portrayal of the intersections. I lot of people might not like this, but it's needed.
“Look out your window, you see anyone? Oh, there go Chief Keef, then well we better run, I saw him on TV shoot people for fun, I saw it Fox News & CNN once, you know the news don’t deceive anyone, you know the news gonna keep it 100.”