Fresh off of the Simple Mobile: Simply Nothing Tour opening for Wale, Miami native Bizzy Crook drops the highly anticipated visual to “Departed” off of his latest mixtape gifted to his fans on his birthday: “Coming To America”. The video features a special appearance from Fat Trel.
“The Change Up” is the 3rd release from The Battery (Jurny Big & Peace 586) and is releasing Tuesday March 3rd via Illect Recordings. Pre-order on iTunes and get 2 songs instantly. The project melds Jurny’s heavy lyricism, and challenging content, over hard hitting Peace 586 production. The guest list is stacked with familiar names […]
This is nice! I’ve always been a fan of Wale and I hope this album is big as it can be. This one sounds like it could be on the radio all of the time, and while I don’t listen to the radio…ever…, I hope it is. He’s got Usher taking a break from his […]
Before dropping his upcoming debut album Wise & Weeded, Seattle’s Cam The Mac is surprising everyone with a brand new mixtape Chef Killa, which will feature a handful of freestyles over some of the most current hit instrumentals including Drake’s “0 to 100″, Yo Gotti’s “Everybody” + MOOR. The first serving from Chef Killa, scheduled to drop mid-March is Cam’s stab […]
Mod Sun is a Minnesota-based rapper and songwriter, who’s dynamic debut album Look Up is due out March 10 on Rostrum Records. After a slew of buzzed-about mixtapes and EPs released between 2009 and 2012, Look Up will be the buzzing rapper’s first official full-length. The album includes feel-good singles”Never Quit” ft. Travis Barker and “Howlin’ At The Moon.”
Following up on last week’s release of “Ready”, Alex Wiley returns again this week with new music from this forthcoming mixtape. The new song, “Right Right” features Wiley’s fellow Village Crew member, Kembe X, and production from West Coast duo, Hippie Sabotage.
Khimera Records proudly presents “Another Time”, another release off of Monty C. Benjamin’s highly anticipated album, “Carpe Diem”. This time he is trading bars back and forth with Khimera label mate 222 over a smooth instrumental.