Murph and DRE Films hit Colombia for “Home Coming” In 2017, Murph delivered his Position of Power EP. The Broward County rapper has been bringing it to life via visuals since then. After its release, Murph and his go-to videographer DRE Films headed to Colombia’s Caribbean coast with a mission to create a three-part film inspired by . . .
Zoey Dollaz continues the promo for his M’ap Boule EP with a “One of One” music video. With Uncle Luke at the helm of direction, he partners with Future to bring us dynamic visuals for the project. Watch below.
G-Scott drops a video for “Time” which is the first in a series of visuals that together will make up a short film for his new album. “The song itself is about feeling like I don’t have time to play games with my dream now. The visual set the perfect stage for us to play . . .
GNA has some fun and puts her own spin on Brandy‘s “I Wanna Be Down.” She cites Brandy as one of her favorite voices in music and feels like it’s only right to pay homage. The remix is produced by Toronto’s T-NYC and it’s inspired by the 90s and the uniqueness behind Brandy’s smooth low . . .
Listen to Mir Fontane’s “New Friends” ft. Kodie Shane Mir Fontane definitely had an impressive year in 2017. His lyrics have acted as a magnifying glass on the jungle known as Camden, and with the help of director Nicholas Stafford Briggs, Fontane took us on a tour through his city, revealing the inspiration for many of . . .
Listen to Vinny Virgo’s “Run It” Vinny Virgo is back at it with is latest drop, “Run It.” He makes good on his promise to share the first single of his upcoming album with fans. The gloomy lead and knocking bass line create the perfect soundscape for him to spit his potent verses. In an . . .
Rochester, New York’s Pounds gives us a personal look into his hometown with his “Francis Ford” music video. The VHS-produced track lives on the rapper’s October release, Rules and Parameters, that further demonstrates his skill and tendency for delivering lyrically vivid mafioso style rap. The New York rapper is conflicted not just on the track, but in . . .
New Jersey trio, Vars City, set us up with the “Party With Me” single in October. Now, they’re back with matching visuals. The group turns things up at a hype house party surrounded by pretty ladies. Watch the Nice-directed video below.
London born, LA based Mr. Williams drops his first official single “The Wknd” off of his forthcoming EP These Days. It’s a laid back song that speaks to the care free nature of most young pop artists and the two days of freedom before you have to clock in on Monday morning. Williams is all . . .
Producer/ Musician/ DJ, Junia-T drops the music video for “Finally” ft. SABRE. This song and video is a pre-release in anticipation of Junia’s upcoming album Studio Monk, announced by the producer earlier this new year. Further details are TBA. Watch the Brian Gregory-directed video for the Garrett Hoy-produced track below. Be sure to catch Junia-T on the road DJ’ing . . .
Harlem rapper, Dave East, is back with part 2 of his Paranoia series. After dropping his Paranoia: A True Story EP last year, Dave East returns with the project’s second edition, Paranoia 2. The 15-track album includes features from Tory Lanez, T.I., Lloyd Banks, Marsha Ambrosius, and more. Stream Paranoia 2 EP below and download your copy from iTunes.
New York’s PENPALS hits me with their latest track, “Trip to Peru.” The three man collective (consisting of emcee’s Cynic the Apache and Rapswell, with Squires handling production) puts a clever spin on the classic game show, Wheel of Fortune. To date, they’ve made waves in the NYC underground and elsewhere with several ill projects, like . . .
New York’s RRose RRome and Maino and come together for a heavily east coast styled song over Lil Kim‘s “No Time.” Enjoy this street ready joint produced by GQ Beats below.
Crown Marquiss & Bucky Malone collab for W.M.H.B.M. project Florida’s Crown Marquiss teams up with Virginia’s Bucky Malone for a surprise mixtape titled W.M.H.B.M. which stands for “We Make Hits By Mistake.” We’ll let you all be the judge of that. The longtime friends have proven to be very consistent with their respective music in 2017. . . .
Stream Phlow’s “Pre Flux Freestyles” Nigerian artist, Phlowetry, drops a Hip-Hop medley over some classic instrumentals. Starting off with “Hennessy,” she shows her true amazonian nature over the classic “Don’t Look Any Further” backdrop, she then switches to a laid back flow on a smoothed out version of Mobb Deep‘s “Shook Ones” before wrapping it up . . .