With Rich Gang’s RHQ and Thugger Thugger helmed mixtape Tha Tour Part 1 still in rotation, the pair drops a new one called “Chainsaw Massacre” just in time for the spooky holiday. Check it out below.
“OTFTM (Over Time For The Money)” is a song that has been getting top 10 requested on Sirius XM and radio stations in the Rocky Mountain Region of the US. Top Flite Empire, the rap group from Denver Colorado is unlike many due to the diversity of their music and its members. With a white frontman who sings as much as he raps (Johny Rocketz), a caucasian Cajun rapper (Hypnautic) who is the most popular independent artist in Colorado, and a black rapper (King Tef) from Colorado Springs who beat two different forms of life threatening rare cancers, the group’s music is as diverse as they are. Check the video out above.
Florida singer-songwriter Villz isn’t for the weak of heart. Leaning on heartbreak to inspire all of his songs, the alternative R&B artist bears his soul through melody and song. On his first single “4:20am”, Villz demonstrated strength and vulnerability. Utilizing raw emotion like he does so well, Villz doesn’t shortchange the honesty on his follow-up single either. “Appreciation” provides another glimpse into the singer’s life over a winding electric guitar that accentuates his poignant vocals. The single, co-produced by Mike Ewing and King Malcolm, will be featured on Villz’s upcoming album Till The End of Summer.
Following the release of his official single, the club ready “Want To (I.D.W.T.F.I.W.T.)“, Detroit artist Off-Rip returns with the intent to showcase his lyrical ability even more with the uncompromising track “Bars 2.0″. The Frost isRAD-directed flick features Off-Rip along with fellow Detroit rappers Stackdough, D-Rick, and Franchize as they go bar for bar, showcasing their impressive, gritty lyricism. This track will live on Off-Rip’s upcoming sophomore release Don’t Show Up When I Blow Up, hosted by Big Sean’s official deejay, DJ Mo Beatz, due later this year.
With his new single already available on iTunes, Zach Farlow heads to magic city with Young Thug in the new “For Me” visuals. While we wait for a new project, check out Zach’s latest project The Great Escape.
Newark’s own continues his #ChaoticFridays series with “My Moment.” This series will lead up the the release of Chaos’ new project Never Change 2, which is coming soon.
King Koke E is a multi-faceted artist, producer, and speaker who has his sights set on changing the face of the game by breathing life back into hip hop with elite skill, and an unmatched midwest style. From his forthcoming effort, The Beat BEAST volume one: Genesis, he presents his boastful new record “Star” featuring fellow East Coast native Rush. Check out Koke’s new single below.
Last week JAY.B offered up a collaboration with Chavis Chandler titled “Coffee & Cigarettes”. This week, along with the help of director Tremaine Edwards, the K-Zoo rapper provides high quality accompanying visuals for the already released Talen Ted-produced single, “Take It Home,” which will find a home on his upcoming project. Shot in the streets of his hometown, the concept of the video is simple, yet it manages to captivate the viewer with the great execution of visual effects. Midnight Music is on the way.
To follow the release of “Money, Money, Money”, J Money is joined by Young Dolph on his new Zaytoven-produced single. “Get It In” finds the Atlanta natives focused on their guap once again and they make it very clear that they will get it in by any means necessary.
24-year-old Long Island rapper DEPO is fresh off the release of his new 8-track EP Never Be The Same, which came with features from the likes of MIMS, Jerry Robinson, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Lem Payne Jr., as well as a few others. Today, DEPO wastes no time as he turns right back around with the unveiling of the official video for the title track.