OKC representer Josh Sallee gives us his latest single, R.I.P. to Regret, which can be found off of his upcoming project Probable Flaws. That project will be released on March 26th, so be on the lookout.
Our boy Ess Vee passes along a new joint, produced by Jerz & The Fatman. Give it a listen, folks:
Zak Downtown takes Brooklyn based indie band Emil & Friends’ song “C.U.P.I.D” and flips into a perfect hip-hop track for valentine’s day.
Our boy K-Bunz of the RLES drops a little something on us to set off the weekend. Give it a listen now!!
There’s a fine line between being a traditional rapper and being a true artist in the craft of creating quality music! Rickie Jacobs is no stranger to slaughtering beats with his rappin’ abilities but on this Clay Hillman produced record, Rickie Jacobs showcases his true talents in artistry! Live Epic is slated to drop this […]
Another track off our forthcoming project “The Collage.” Black EL waxes poetic on the uncertainty of life and the power of choice over a sparse beat from Durkin.
Our friend DP just posted up the new music video from up and coming artist/producer Gliffics. I caught wind of his music this past Fall and definitely dig what he’s doing.
OZ’s title track is the first drop off of their second mixtape “Two Fly”. If you can’t already tell from the ad libs, the duo spits over Timbaland’s song “Beep Beep” off of Timbaland and Magoo’s Welcome to Our World album. Sonya graces the first verse and sings the hook, while Alexander delivers a laid […]
“Paradise” is the first music video to be released from M.i’s upcoming album The Coldplay Sessions. Full project on the 21st, folks. 2/21/12
Here Chicago spitter Lungz makes his return to releasing high quality music with a powerful track entitled, “From The Faucet,” produced by DM8. Look for additional tunes in the coming week.
There was a viral video of these guys in the lab making this song last week, but now we have the final product in the form of “What Goes Up.” Thanks to Sav for the hook up.
KD spits a little guest verse for Philly up and comer Privaledge. NBA players rapping; you decide if he can rhyme or not: