Kollosus previously delivered the audio for “Spend It In Cash” and a visual for “Campaign” and now things come full circle with the release of Proper Etiquette. It’s clear that Kollosus aimed to feed the streets with his new product and that’s exactly what he did. Stream Proper Etiquette and watch the “Spend It In Cash” video below.
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.
If you want to move or just get some positive feeling vibes in your system, then the group swapped out of Indiana has something for you. “Breathe” is a translucent, upbeat single that allows you to indulge in the best of several types of music. Listen to the new track below.
D.C. resident and OY Boyz rep Boobe is back and this time he has a new visual locked and loaded. “Ill Nigga Alert” is a boisterous new single that finds Boobe rapping about a lifestyle that many wish they had. Oyminati is coming soon.
DJ Burn will be the executive producer of Will’s forthcoming project Black Americana. Before we get anymore new audio from the tape, we get a chance to see the official video for “Interest,” which Will released the audio for just last week.
MistaRogers had provided us with Dying To Live — a mixtape hosted by DJ Drama — within the last month. Today, he serves up the latest official single from the project titled “Like You” featuring Ty Dolla $ign.
After hitting the e-streets with the audio for his club-ready track in July, Shawty Pimpin returns with Pream-O riding shotgun for the new video for his latest single.
Hefna Gwap returns today with no one, but two new pieces of content, which includes his fresh new tape and a new video for “Yung Serva.” The project comes excessively produced by TM88 and it also includes production from the Atlanta producer. This marks the beginning of an era for Hefna Gwap and it shows he’s here to stay. Check the goods after the jump.
If you’re not familiar with Bleed Valentine then now is as great of a time as ever. The Detroit native unloads a grimy street single titled “Menace 2 Society,” which shows love to the classic movie from the 90’s. Kost Of Fame is on the way.