Ace Hood drops some bars over Kanye West’s “2 Words” instrumental, renaming it "Lyrical Exercise". And what a lyrical exercise it was. You nuccas better quit sleeping on Ace.
Following the Atlanta remix with T.I. and Young Jeezy, Atlanta-based rapper Que releases the official remix for the club banger "OG Bobby Johnson", featuring Snoop Dogg, A$AP Ferg and Pusha T. Que's Atlantic debut, Who Is Que? EP, is set to release in March.
Fresh off of his debut mixtape titled "Pour A Player Up," Grilly has been hard at work in the studio with the Block Beattaz Production Crew working on his new release that is slated to arrive this year. Today Grilly links up Zilla on a brand new track titled "OG Stories".
MMG's boss Rick Ross stays at it and today releases the official video for his track "Nobody" featuring French Montana, and an intro from Diddy. His new album "Mastermind" will be hitting stores March 4th.
Atlanta's Young Thug and Bloody Jay, better known as Black Portland, release another track called "Parade". This too will be appearing on their upcoming "Black Portland" mixtape. Both them nuccas locked up right now.
Philly up and comers 88 are back with their latest offering "Bussin". The track will be featured on the upcoming project, "Still Up Thinking" dropping March 6th. This is haaaaaard. Love it.
Houston artist Onehunnidt releases new music today called "Frienenemies". The song is a reconnection with producer Big Boy Beats who produced "Werk" from Onehunnidt's 2012 Houston Press Award best mixtape Keep It 100. Dj Discipline provides superb Scratch work and Onehunnidt details his experience with fake friends, otherwise known as Frienemies.
It's that time again, here's my 2014 picks for dope blogs to submit to. Ya'll know I rock with the indies hard, and I try to help ya'll out in every way possible. I'm not a selfish blogger, I wanna make sure you all get to know other blogs that share my compassion for indie artists and show love as well. Plus, this is kinda my way of showing love to the other blogs. We don't always do that, because the blog game is competitive, but I do appreciate the blogs that post a lot of indie material. I've always felt that we have a responsibility to place indie artists on our sites, and not just "known" indie artists, but ones might only have 17 YouTube views, or 20 Soundcloud plays. I mean, what's the purpose of having a hip hop blog if you're not trying to introduce your viewers to new talent? Although I know there are several other blogs that do post indie artists material, these are just some I rock with, that I know support the independents, and have some dope content.
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We are down to our last few days in February and before it's too late, Houston emcee Killa Kyleon sparks a revolution with his new Trill Gates produced track "Black History Month".
Detroit born, Baltimore raised artist Results creates a brand new anthem with his energetic track "I Got It". This one has potential, the hook is catchy too.