American Pharaoh is a compilation hat series with a plethora of styles and designs to be released annually. Influenced by the Jordan Brand sneaker line and inspired by fashion icons such as Hubert Givenchy, Alexander McQueen, and Pierre Balmain. It’s more than luxury, its a lifestyle..
With top of the line production from V. Don, P.G. returns with brand new visuals from his most recent project Ventilation. The Connecticut rhymer loves his hometown and knows it just as well as anyone else, but he’s been constantly looking for a way out to help encourage personal growth. Before taking a deep breath, “Waiting To Exhell” describes the adversary P.G. encounters on a day to day basis, while also serving as his way of telling us he wants to exit hell. This new visual is for anyone that can appreciate a realistically themed music with an honest approach.
Blahz Martell aka Blahzay Blahzay gives Brooklyn a brand new anthem. “OMG BKLYN” shares Blahz’s love and pride for Brooklyn and is a celebration of the richness in talent hailing from the city. The single puts the lens on the diversity of BK and like a lot of the hoods, Brooklyn is a product of urban renewal. Blahz is able to showcase the current transformation with a touch of classic made new. Check out the visuals above.
0017th just dropped his latest single entitled “Ali.” With crazy metaphors, Jets affiliated producer Nesby Phips, Jay Jones, Reem, and the label’s front running artist, Hollygrove Mikey, flaunt their lyrical deftness while paying homage to boxing legend Muhammad Ali. The track is produced by KC and features Kango on the hook. Continuing the momentum of his two breakout songs, “GOD” and “Donald Sterling,” “Ali” will be featured on Hollygrove Mikey’s Ca$hius Clay tape, which is expected later this year.
As he continues to build his fan base and garner new listeners’ attention after his 2013 mixtape release of No Patience, The On Dek Ent representative and Philadelphia native, City Rominiecki, drops off the official visuals for his latest single. “Thirsty Thursday” which can be purchased on iTunes now, but today the Philly Spielberg and Syndicate Media-directed flick brings everything full circle.
Da Big Fella’s new mixtape Fatz Sinatra, presented by The Board Administration and Overdose Ent., has finally touched down. Just like the late, great Frank Sinatra, Fatz has been doing it his own way, slowly putting this project together piece by piece and it culminates with a 15-track mixtape packed with appearances from Wale, French Montana, Killa Kyleon, Shy Glizzy, Phil Adé, Beat Billionaire, and several others. Stream the project below.
Houston native Boston George has been in the kitchen whipping up his next element of greatness. Hot off of the heels of Drug War, Boston releases this highly anticipated Trappin In Traffic project. The verbal Picasso paints a master piece with each set of lyrics laid on each track. Hosted DJ Drama and DJ Mr. Rogers, each track on #TNT intricately provides details related to his life experiences, which tend to make each listener feel as if they were with him for the ride. Features come from Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Slim Thug, and labelmate Marcus Manchild. Check out the project after the break!
Philadelphia artist-on-the-rise Reese Chubbs resurfaces with a flick for his anti-snitch themed track “Five-O.” The hard hitting single fills us in on Reese’s understanding of his environment and people trying to get him caught up, especially those talking recklessly over the phone. A snippet of this first showed up on Reese’s recently released mixtape 96 Months. Directed by Itchy House Films.
The 4th of July is almost upon us and there’s going to be wild pool parties across America. Tomorrow will not only mark our independence as a country, but Batch will also be releasing his new project Just Getting Started. Before we get the project in full, peep the visuals for “Her” above.
As Houston’s own Boston George prepares for the release of his upcoming project, he connects with Super Producer T.A. to cook up “KILO.” The raw joint will find a home on his soon-to-be-released DJ Drama and DJ Mr. Rogers-hosted mixtape Trappin’ In Traffic. Boston George’s project will come packed with features from Jeezy, Rick Ross, Slim Thug, and Marcus Manchild. Check it out below.