KevinNottingham.com is proud to present K.I.C.K. P.U.S.H, the all new LP from One Be Lo. The Binary Star emcee’s new solo album is produced entirely by The Autocons and includes guest appearances by Ro Spit & Kodac.
After recently cracking the Billboard “Top 100” chart with his latest release, “God Save the King” Copywrite delivers his latest video, “Workahol” (track produced by Stu Bangas).
OG RON C teamed up with A$AP ROCKY and the A$AP MOB to put together an exclusive release of Live Love Purple [Chopped Not Slopped]. The tape features all the records in Rocky’s original Live Love A$AP tape with some added freestyles from other A$AP recording artists and remixes.
Behind-the-scenes footage of Iron Solomon’s first visit to Austin for this year’s SXSW Festival. Follow him as he performs at various showcases and chops it up with some of his peers, including Slaughterhouse, Machine Gun Kelly, A$AP Rocky, Paul Wall, XV, Chiddy Bang, Danny Brown, Mr. MFN eXquire and more.
Not so much hip hop but Dekk, Luck-One’s producer, is half of Shadows on Stars and Chi Duly has worked with Luck as well. So you guys are familiar with their work.
Houston buzzmaker Hollywood FLOSS has hooked up with Chris Rockaway to bring listeners his latest street song, Kill It. The song features thumping drums and signature menacing melodies from underground up-and-comer FLOSS & Rockaway.
Sha Stimuli presents ”Sallie Mae” the new single from The Chills. Produced by G14 Productions.
Got a couple of new tracks from the collective out of Chicago. “Dream Chaser” by September 6th. Tragedy Tha Beast – Audemar (MEstyle).
Told y’all to watch for the Kid Daytona! Grey Goose x Rising Icons (NYC) highlights emerging artist/emcee The Kid Daytona with a night on the town with friends: “Peter Rosenberg (HOT 97), Model Jordana Matute, Nightlife Socialite Donny Gleam enjoying a night out at White Noise NYC while enjoying the world’s best tasting vodka Grey […]
Right now I'm kicking myself for not going to SXSW this year. Lunice is probably my favorite new artist in any genre. I'm not the biggest fan of electronic, but it just keeps growing. Lunice's music is the most successful blend of electronic and hip hop I've heard to date. I'll try and post more of his work, but I suggest you immediately look him up. After this set, he's here to stay.