Johnny Cinco drops the official visual for “Crew X 2″ taken from his recent I Swear mixtape.
Dave East drops some bars over Nas’s “Last Words” song which can be taken from the very slept on Nastradamus album. Hit the jump for the stream Read More
Ca$h Out gets a beat full of base on his latest record “We Ball” courtesy of TM88 & Southside.
One of my favorite Detroit lyricist Ty Farris is back today with a new smooth single titled “VSOP Hennessy” that is produced by Nascent. This is just a loosie until Farris drops his new Trox produced project this spring.
HG Locks reps Big Bronx to the fullest with his latest single “Caesar”.
Following on from the mammoth success of their debut single ‘Straight Outta Line,‘ the Belgian/French duo Both are back with an even bigger dance anthem in ‘The Longest of Goodbyes.’ Their debut single was a radio smash across Europe, setting the blogosphere alight and in the process racking up 1m Youtube views and over 2.5m Spotify streams.
Their second offering is another dancefloor destroyer packed full with emotion, a combination inspired by the music of legendary producers Roger Sanchez and Eric Morillo. It’s this mix of massive club beats and impassioned vocals that embodies what Both is about; the coming together of man and machine.
Brielle drops off her new single “Thin Ice” and was produced by Grammy nominated producer Femdouble and Olubunmi G$ol Afolabi
After releasing the remix to SZA’s “Babylon” a few months ago, Toronto upstart Nyce Brown has captured the attention of not only his city, but those outside of it too. Coming in as a new voice in R&B, Nyce Brown has liberated a 6-track EP that meddles in smooth vocals and sultry baselines, as well as production from Kyle Justice, Devid Neale and AndreOnBeat. From the sensual “Screamin'” and “Lay It Down” to the romantic “Need Your Love” and “Prince of Hearts,” Nyce Brown paints a picture etched in love and the essence of true R&B.
Independent artist Dmo has put together the visuals for his latest record “Jeremiah 29:11″, directed by Niko Rodriguez of Technical Basis. An introspective conversation with the most high in scenic San Francisco, CA. Take a journey with Dmo as he vents through song.
Rick Ross and Fat Trel jump on Jersey up-start Fetty Wap’s booming single “Trap Queen”.