After the success of NWNM1 (New Week, New Money Vol. 1), The Connecticut MC, Danny Evans follows up with NWNM2 remixing current songs and introducing original records this time around, Danny is determined to show his consistency and growth with this new project.
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Yeah, so Tyga dropped “Fuk Wat They Talkin Bout” yesterday & its received mixed reviews. In my simplest opinion, this dude could have been WAY bigger than a lot of rappers now. Had he made the right business moves & stayed quiet, he would be a Rap Giant. I’m not really going to listen to this, so maybe you’ll enjoy this tape (lol) but someone call me when Black Thoughts Tyga is back.
With a gritty, street, yet real and identifiable sound, Bronx Bomber, Haddy Racks exhibits that feel the game is critically lacking. On his latest mixtape, Respect The Come Up, you’ll hear Mr. RackdUp go in on some of your favorite classics, from old to new, which only displays his versatility as an artist. He isn’t just a local rapper following a trend. Haddy is consistent and feels strongly about his craft and the Rackd Up movement, which is something you will unquestionably hear in his music. His cadence and delivery are just 2 of the dope elements he brings to Hip-Hop and one of the reasons the people should pay attention and remember the name.
Massachusetts native Eskay links with Freeband Gang affiliate DJ Plugg, to put together the mixtape Don’t Try This At Home. “Kizle” made a name for himself as a producer and DJ in 2014, producing for Atlanta icons Migos, Rich the Kid, Soulja Boy, OJ Da Juiceman, K Camp, Chicago rapper’s Fredo Santana, and Chief Keef. Eskay channels the 2008 Atlanta mixtape aesthetic from the skits, to the OJ Da Juiceman check in. On this tape he mixes it up with hipster trap, fashion, and casual sex all culminating in a 25 track project that includes self-produced and engineered songs, beats from DJ Plugg, a feature from QC label member Rich the Kid. Make sure to look for the graphic- but uptempo melodic R&B songs on this one!
(Vancouver, BC) Over the past few months, Vancouver spitter Immerze has been releasing singles in preparation for this moment – the release of his EP Room Two Twenty-One. Following the release of singles like “Skyway Bridge” and “Vanessa,” Immerze joins forces with MFTHM (Mike F. The Hitman) and Chef Byer to drop the 6-track collaborative project. Laced with melodic deliveries, hypnotizing hooks and strong drums and bass-heavy synths, the three artists collaborate in only the best way possible – one that invites you to ‘Room Two Twenty-One.’
Baltimore emcee Jay Verze is a really dope artist coming from a city not really known for having a bubbling hip-hop scene. Today Verze delivers his new 7 track project entitled, The Vintage EP: 1995, with features from Shwaze Collins, Mack Scott & Jitta On The Track along with a bulk of production from Rip Knoxx.
This is a solid project from Jay Verze and I think he puts himself into the category of rappers to look out for from Baltimore. Check out the project in full above.
Yesterday I was delivered an impressive piece of work coming out of Oklahoma City. I’ve been following Livid Color on Twitter for some time now & I’m finally seeing him drop steady tunes. I present to you, Epiconscious. I’ve decided to name off some of my favorite songs off the project & go into detail about them.
First we have, Cause & Effect & the tune is probably the heaviest on the project. It was also included as one of the singles for the project. I truly believe L U X U R Y & Livid Color did a number on this one. From the hi hats to Livid’s flow, the track is just put together well.
My Second favorite would have to be, Off The Grid. The mellow, soothing introduction of the song makes me feel like I’m off the grid. This song would have to be the most relatable song on the project. I would recommend you to listen to the lyrics carefully & the song will give you a mental mirror. Once again, put together extremely well.
Then we have, Waves. This track is something for my designated smokers out there. I guarantee if you listen to this high, you’ll literally feel the beat. Dreamy yet slaps you back to reality with every snare. It’s like Livid Color took to his name on this one but over a smooth ass beat.
With those being my top three favorites off the project, I recommend you give it a chance. The tape is well put together & the production choice is superb. Livid does his thing lyrically & doesn’t fail one bit. Theres not much art coming out of Oklahoma City & with the right push as well as investments, this dude can take himself to another level. OKC stand up.
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.
Tino is one of the Lou’s most talented emerging artists, bringing a new consciousness and story to St. Louis rap. His roots in music date all the way back to age 9 when he first walked into a studio and heard an emcee lay a track. He wrote his first song that year, and has let St. Louis culture grow within him ever since.
After a long journey of creating sounds with friends and experimenting with styles, #ClockWatching is Tino’s debut solo project. It truly showcases “his” sound, a genuine representation of St. Louis, its people and what the city means to the world. Tino sets out to make the “feeling” of the Lou present through his effervescent lyrics and enrapturing flow.
Don’t waste any time, get to #ClockWatching…