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Ty Farris – Feel Nothing ft. Kid Vishis [Video] Prod. Trox

November 30, 2016 by


Detroit artist Ty Farris link ups with Kid Vishis for “Feel Nothing,” the first official release from the upcoming collaborative albumRoom39, produced entirely by Portland producer Trox (50 Cent, Ab-Soul). First discovered by the late, great Proof, of D12, after battling his way through the streets of the D, Ty Farris has long been known as a hidden gem of the […]

Romaro Franceswa – Mirrors [Album]

November 23, 2016 by


There is always going to be a struggle within ourselves to react or to rest. In times like this we must not blame others for their choices but instead evaluate ourselves. Take a look in the Mirror and ask what you can do to not only make a difference, but be the difference. These 9 songs […]

Aminé – Baba [Song]

November 17, 2016 by


Portland’s Aminé certainly grabbed my, and a whole lot other peoples’, attention with “Caorline.” Now we have a follow-up, “baba.”

Malitia Malimob – The People’s King [Song]

November 16, 2016 by


In the past year a new wave of Somali hip hop has emerged primarily getting attention in Toronto. Based out of Seattle, while representing the struggle worldwide from Toronto to Somalia, Malitia Malimob continues to speak for the voiceless. Back with new music, The People’s King starts with an intro paying respect to Sizzlac aka The Realest […]

Nacho Picasso – AntiHero Vol. 1 [Album]

November 12, 2016 by


“I’ve kinda always been regarded as a villain, but I’ve evolved a lot since my early days, and I understand the universe way more now than I did when I first got in the game. AntiHero represents that. Songs like “Lizard King Jr.” show my weird, paranoid conspiracy theorist side while displaying my unorthodox wordplay and drugged […]

Raz Simone – My Ex Callin [Song ]

November 10, 2016 by


I have this Ex who won’t stop. She loves being a victim and she couldn’t tell the truth if her life depended on it, so this beat spoke to me as I was in the studio and she kept calling and texting. As a person who has a lot of moves that are publicly documented, […]

Cool Nutz – Have A Dream [Video]

October 28, 2016 by


“I wanted to stay working and not have this sideline me from my current and future ambitions of continuing to make quality contributions as one of the leaders of the NW Hip Hop scene,” Cool Nutz told HipHop DX.