Friday, March 7, 2014
Dope Future sends the track "Amped Up" by Jay Griffy and features Philly legend Gillie Da Kid. The track is produced by the Pogue Brothers and mixed by Mar'z Muzik.
GFCNY sends the track Lac Lac by Big K.R.I.T. featuring A$AP Ferg.
The track is produced by the man himself. Stream & Download below!!!
NREG announces the release of the highly-anticipated music video for underground hip-hop group 40 Akerz’s lead single “Tokyo” (produced by SMKA). 40 Akerz has been rocking sold-out crowds across the nation in preparation for the release of their album, “ 3 Days”, which will be available in Spring 2014.
***Thanks to SMKA for sending***
Seattle rapper Fleeta Partee presents the Notework-directed music video for "DirtyRugz", the Bean One-produced single from Fleeta's new album LifeMuzik Deux.
***Thanks to Dunn Deal Promotions for sending***
In preparation for his second studio album Cadillactica, GFCNY sends the track "Wolf On Wallstreet" by Big K.R.I.T.. The track is produced by Big K.R.I.T. himself and Childish Major, the ambient-trap maestro best known for Rocko's haunting "U.O.E.N.O.".
N-Crowd Entertainment sends the mixtape "Yung Brehh's Party" by Takticz.
All songs are produced by N8 the Gr8.
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Invoking memories of early Andre 3000 and comparisons to wunderkinds King Krule and Chance The Rapper, prodigious 17 year Raury looks set to enter 2014 with a splash with debut single God's Whisper. The East Atlanta based artist/songwriter/producer has created a truly spellbinding introduction, crafting a track that bristles with youthful defiance from the outset and peaks intrigue throughout. A welcome diversion from the Trap scene that currently dominates Atlanta.
God’s Whisper straddles genre, taking influences from Folk Alternative Hip Hop and World Music to create something truly unique. God's Whisper is taken from Raury’s debut EP Indigo Child.
***Thanks to GFCNY for sending***
Mello Music Group sends the visual "Sound Of The Weapon (9th Wonder Remix)" by Chicago emcee Verbal Kent, from the album "Sound of the Weapon".
The video is directed by Chip Beasley.