Scotty ATL releases his highly anticipated mixtape today, "Spaghetti Junction" hosted by DJ Burn One, DJ Scream, and DJ Mike Mars. The new tape comes with 15 new tracks, and guest appearances from Big Gipp, Bun B, Doe B, Starlito, Young Dolph, B.o.B and more. This is a solid project, a must listen.
South Carolina artist Mantiz premieres his highly anticipated new single today titled "She Say", featuring fellow SC native Jetsonmade, who killed the hook. The single was also produced by Mantiz, and will be appearing on his forthcoming EP, "#ThankYouForListening" which he plans to drop later this year around the holidays. This is a certified hit record, press play and hear it for yourself.
Keyshia Cole keeps the visuals coming, and today we get one for her track "Remember Pt. 2", which is featured on her upcoming "Point Of No Return" album.
Famsquad teams up with Taylor Gang's Tuki Carter for "I Get It". The Keeynote produced track is the official followup to their "Vegas Lights" single. Be on the lookout for the "I Get It" visuals this winter and Famsquad's project "Sport Coat Music" drops spring 2015.
Maejor Ali is back at it and releases the official video for his single "Me And My Team" featuring Trey Songz and Kid Ink, which was also premiered on BET's 106 & Park yesterday. Shot by The Visuals. That boy talented.
After the recent release of his project Champion, hosted by Adrian Swish and featuring the likes of Dizzy Wright, CyHi The Prynce, Pac Div and Dorrough, Denver-based artist Supreme Ace has retured with the first video release of the project for the track, "Just A Dream".
After being fed up with countless unofficial remixes, hip hop's latest sensation Dej Loaf liberates the official remix, which features Remy Ma and Ty Dolla Sign. The video has been shot and should be hitting the net soon.
Philly rapper Jay Griffy gives us some new music today, simply titled "Loaded". Jay Griffy, who originally hails from The Bronx, gave a dope delivery on the EDM-ish production.
Here's some new music from Rich The Kid (no surprise here) called "Trap Still Jumpin", produced by Metro Boomin and Murda. I actually like Rich, but all of his music is starting to run together.
Detroit artist Retro Awesome releases his new visual for "PWL", which stands for Pills Weed & Liquor, I'm sure ya'll already had that one figured out though. The production on this one is beautiful, don't really think the content matched the sound, but again the production...yaassss. Somebody tell him to let me get that instrumental doe.