Kembe X shows no signs of slowing down as he “resurrects dope shit” with this new track titled “Psykles” featuring Zacari. Newz provides a mellow and catchy backdrop for Kembe to spit some insightful verses about escaping some of his darker thoughts. Hit play below and enjoy!
Kembe’s new project, Talk Back, is coming soon!
Pittsburgh rapper Kidd Keem, who now calls Atlanta home, returns today after a brief hiatus from music. Coming back with a strong offering entitled ‘Couldn’t Wait‘, sit down and vibe out to this relaxed track below.
Coming off a successful project, Tino returns today with a brand new single entitled “Sho’ll Know”, which just premiered via UHTN. With fellow St. Louis native hip hop artist Arshad Goods lending an assisting verse, this record completely embodies what it means to be from St. Louis and the pride they carry. It showcases the culture in every way — from accents to daily activities, to the mindset of the people who live there. Tino does an amazing job of elevating St. Louis and its rap game to new heights. Give it a spin and let us know how you’re rocking with it!
Luom, better known as his stage name of Bronko, was born in Vietnam. Quite an odd place for hip-hop passion to sprout, but none-the-less. Arriving in the states at the age of a ripe 1 year old, Minnesota was his new home. Music came naturally to Bronco, as his uncle who was more similar to a father role in his life, was actually a performer in a local band. Fast forward a decade and a half, and Bronko is now releasing music as his own self-seeking artist. Today, his new single “Flex” was made public, so sit back and give it a spin!
15 year old Louisiana native Kelly Jenene is an aspiring singer/songwriter who was inspired by her late Father. Today she releases her first ever single titled “Katrina” which is a dedication to anyone who was affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Cincinnatti up start Yung Double drops off the official visual for “Geeky,” which is the follow up to his Gucci Mane Featured single “Scale.”
The Weeknd’s new album is officially out! Stream the album below and/or purchase it via iTunes here.
MistaRogers revisits his DJ Drama-hosted mixtape to visualize “I Know.” Dying To Live is available via DatPiff.
Minnesota native DB Tha Rasta reps his indie GMA Entertainment imprint with the visual for “Hate On Me,” produced by Canadian beatsmith Blasian Beats. Directed by Dontell Antonio. Additionally, you will find the stream for DB’s recently released “Did Dat” featuring Boosie Badazz.
Yung T and K-Reid make up the rap duo Greenline, hailing from Brooklyn and South Bronx respectively, these two aspiring emcees have a lot to prove and aren’t afraid of carrying the torch as the next up out of NYC. Today we are introduced to their brand new mixtape titled “Un4gettable” a feature-less project that includes production from Dreamville’s KQuick and Co Kayn. “Un4gettable” shows that both Yung T & K-Reid are true lyricist’s, entertainers and stars in the making. Make sure you stream the project after the jump. Read More