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Hollywood Floss, Rob Jay &Roderick Vonn – Just Let Me Know (Song)

October 14, 2012 by


Houston-based rappers Hollywood Floss, Roderick Vonn and RobJay are pleased to release “Just Let Me Know,” the first single release on The Art Life Collective. With a gritty backbeat and and witty lyrical references, the song is a great addition to the talented rappers’ rep. Not to mention an addicting hook that is difficult to expel from […]

“Da” What’s New (Videos)

September 17, 2012 by


Lots of visual stimulation here from the likes of Son-Ray, Skyzoo, Rob Jay, Butch Vega, Cool Nutz, Da Camp, Baiyu and a lot of other great artists.

FDR – The Inauguration (EP)

August 25, 2012 by


Houston-based rappers Hollywood Floss, D-Risha and Rob Jay are pleased to release the collaborative EP –  FDR: The Inauguration.

Hollywood Floss – The Come Up (Song)

August 20, 2012 by


” ‘The Come UP’ the second single on Houston-based rapper Hollywood Floss‘ upcoming collaborative EP, F.D.R.- The Inauguration (F: Floss, D: D-Risha and R: Rob Jay), is a great display of the artists’ lyrical talents.  The verses in this song detail the struggles each MC has faced in the music industry, with an aim for, “listeners […]

F.D.R. – Toe 2 Toe (Song)

August 6, 2012 by


Houston based rappers Hollywood Floss, D Risha, Rob Jay are gearing up to release their collaborative EP as F.D.R. – The Inauguration on Aug. 14th. Here is the first single from the F.D.R. project, “Toe 2 Toe” produced by Sweet Valley High.

Rob Jay – Rap Phenomenon

April 29, 2011 by


Houston emcee Rob Jay has linked up with to release his latest mixtape, Rap Phenomenon. The project features 10 tracks.  Assisting Rob on the mic are Bee Ardoin, Young Gentleman, J.B. da Poet, King James and Real Talc. Production duties are handled by Smitty Soul, Black Metaphor, Jettymasstyr, Chris Rockaway and Rodney Smalls.

Hollywood FLOSS – Verbal Slaughter ft. ROB JAY, HASH BROWN, JOHN DEW, & KIDD THE GREAT

July 5, 2010 by


#8 to Watch For, Hollywood FLOSS just sent over this Houston rap cypher featuring some Southern homies. “…The stereotype that the south cant rap or put together lyrics should be dead!”