Silk The Prince releases “For The Money” as his latest single. The South Carolina talent continues to show us his versatility & this auto-tune packed tune is a smooth offering.
YG and Ty ventured out to Australia for a short stint and this is what happened lol.
Produced by Wanderlust, “BLZRD” is a speaker-knocking track that acts as the latest teaser for King Rosè’s upcoming, yet-to-be-titled project. He lays down some intricate verses as Jamie Jermaine plays the role of the featured crooner. Rosè also flexes his autotuned pipes on this joint, rounding out the track nicely.
Job Jetson, a Milwaukee emcee, has only two singles out but is already started to make a solid name for himself. Sounding like a combination of Drake and Kirko Bangz, Job has piqued interest from countless of media outlets and the peers that surround him –being featured on outlets such as AshleyOutrageous, potholesinmyblog, and much more.
After dropping his Celestial EP nearly 2 months ago, Pittsburgh emcee Tairey has been remaining relatively quiet. Today he breaks the silence and drops a new track entitled ‘The Peak’. Teaming up with in house producer Sam Conturo, the rapper welcomes himself back to the game in a big way.
UHTN favorite TOPE is back today with a dope new track entitled “BBS.”
Kelow remained quiet for the greater part of 2014, not dropping any singles and only lending a few feature verses. Today she returns triumphantly with a sharp new song titled “Finna,” produced by Beat Da Knocker. It acts as the first taste of her upcoming Amethyst Stoner
Javon Johnson’s Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is a poetic journey through his mind and memories while growing up in Houston, and delves into the struggles he’s faced internally and externally. The Rarehouse Music Group rep enlists producers Jason Carey, MikeWavs and ItsContour to provide the canvas for this album, meshing them into a nice, seven-track project.
Brad Hester returns with a cinematic-like single entitled “Sin City,” which pays homage to the black-and-white thriller of the same name. Addressing his weaknesses and strengths, Brad maintains his prowess as a candid lyricist. The Bronx emcee lays down two verses and sings the chorus on this MJ Nichols production in an effort to show his authority in the vivid world he has created for himself.
After dropping his Biggie assisted track Revitalized, New York rhyme-slayer LuCkii brings his cultivated verbs to life with these dope new visuals.