“Model women and designer jeans.” Denver emcee Supreme Ace has been in the game for years, and he’s ready to make waves once again with his anthemic new release, “Overdo It.” Featuring Atlanta’s very own OG Maco and fellow Denver native Trev Rich, the new single features ominous production by Purps of 808 Mafia. The . . .
The high energy OG Maco links up with QC label mate, Offset, for “Ticket.” It’s an aggressive trap record that the Atlanta rapper has become well known for. Stream the Dolan-produced track below.
OG Maco links with Scott Storch to create an 808 and key-driven track, “Worried.” OG Maco heads in the melodic direction for this cut and seems to ride Storch’s vibe well. Listen below. The things that bring true happiness are already within you. — #LIVELIF3 (@OGMaco) February 7, 2017
OG Maco is back and he returns with a new project entitled For Scott which was inspired by Maco’s admiration for Kid Cudi, who’s real name is Scott for those who take a while to click on. It’s refreshing to see an artist openly admit his inspiration from another artist. You can dive into the . . .
Before his debut full length album, Children Of The Rage drops, OG Maco delivers a new 7 track EP entitled BLVCK PHIL COLLINS. Weighing in with zero guest features, Maco has more room to shine over production from the likes of DJ Snake, Hush, Heroes X Villains and a few others. Stream the project below . . .
BJ The Chicago Kid brings the old school R&B flavor with new track “That Girl”. Taking a back seat from his soul fuelled vocals, Mr Kid relaxes on this one letting the 80s R&B sample and 808s take centre stage. Adding the hip-hop element to the summery hit is Atlanta’s very own OG Maco. The . . .
A new track by OG Maco featuring Quavo, “Good Gracious” dropped just recently. Produced by Deko, “Good Gracious” tells the story of the both rappers. The title refers to the statement one would use to describe both OG Maco and Quavo’s journey to becoming successful rappers. Stream “Good Gracious” below.
“Full Tank,” the first song off of OG Maco’s new mixtape, I Made This Shit Before You Guessed It, is produced by Archibald Slim and features Holis Mason and Theo Ferragamo. Much different than OG Maco’s hit “You Guessed It,” “Full Tank” offers a more in depth view into Maco’s lyrical abilities. The chorus, ‘I . . .
Lately, Florida hitmaker T-Pain has been on a bit of a music releasing spree. As we await his next album, Stoicville: The Phoenix, he plans to deliver a mixtape hosted by DJ Drama titled, The Iron Way, dropping March 27th. The latest song shared with us is the aggressive, boastful, and boisterous “Wait A Minute”. This . . .
EarthGang‘s “The F Bomb” is about not giving a [redacted] about anything, so who better to grab for the remix than Mr. YOU GUESSED IT himself? That’s OG Maco, to be precise. EarthGang keeps things fun, as always. Look for this remix to be featured on the Atlanta duo’s forthcoming Torba EP. EarthGang’s Shallow Graves . . .
Audio Push and OG Maco keep things light and fun with “Heavy,” a new release produced by Ducko Mcfli, Hit-Boy, and Hazebanga. Dynamic production, emphatic verses, and a memorable chorus carry this record from start to finish. It’s hard to not feel the energy. Stream “Heavy” below.
Before “Jungle,” Cubby made waves with his dynamic production on the opening track for Rome Fortune’s Small VVorld project. Cubby’s latest lives up to its name, thanks to a lush and adventurous soundbed that really makes us feel like we’re in a jungle teeming with life. Rome and OG Maco both fit in well with . . .
Rome Fortune has been putting out quality new material at an admirably prolific rate as of late. A video for the OG Maco-featuring “Four Seasons” is the latest drop. “Four Seasons” was originally featured on Small VVorld, Rome’s new album that released this week. The visuals capture Rome’s unique artistry in comical fashion, featuring Rome . . .
With the growing diversity and sub-genres in hip hop today, you would think that we would have just as much diversity in the type of artists as the music. One alarming thing that I find lacking is the presence of more female emcees in the top tier. Besides Nicki Minaj, are there any other women that . . .
Hot off the release of his fantastic project Missed Calls — one of the best projects of the year so far — Philly’s Tunji Ige has dropped a gift in the form of the Missed Calls single “War.” This is not just another music video — this is one of the silkiest, smoothest, and creative . . .