Justin Snow recently took a break from the boards to hit the booth and record his first official solo effort. Entitled “W.O.W” (White On White), the Kamoshun-produced song lives up to it’s name, highlighting the record’s melody-driven instrumentation. As an added bonus, the HD quality track was mixed and mastered by BET Award-winning duo Cool . . .
Mannywellz is back, following the launch of his breakout summer single “Gotta Know.” Unveiling a new mash up, inspired by Chance The Rapper’s “Blessings” and Jon Bellion’s “Guillotine,” the Maryland-based producer/singer flexes air tight production skills and soothing vocals . Stream “Blessings” below.
In conjunction with the release of The Great Depression, DMV spitter Big Flock recently released the SnaxBeats-produced “Black KKK.” Spearheaded by some signature bars from 2016 XXL Freshman 21 Savage, the track serves as the perfect example of what fans can expect to hear on the well rounded body of work. Flock tells Noisey, “my life inspired . . .
Multitalented Virginia Beach artist JBdaPilot delivers “Don’t Worry” just in time for Nextflix & Chill season. A change of pace from his “Follow The Flow” release featuring Sky Zoo back in May, the track showcases JB’s versatility; highlighting his rapping and singing abilities. Stream “Don’t Worry” below.
Andrew Meoray holds nothing back on his self-produced loosie, “On My Life.” Detailing the day-day grind to make it to the top, the high-energy cut serves as yet another example of why the talented upstart is one to keep on your radar. The 22 year old multi-talented artist has worked with the likes of Kevin Gates, Tory . . .
HD reminds us to “Stay Ready (On Me)” with some help from Black Migo Gang frontman Young Scooter. The bass heavy track serves as the first release from the Oakland natives forthcoming body of work, The O.N.E. – Originality Nothing Else. Slated for release September 30th, the project is set to include features from southern collectives Freebandz, . . .
IYKZ liberates his new BZGD-produced audio contribution “KILO.” Last seen seeking guidance in the visual for “Pray For Me,” the Hackney based recording artist looks to reach new heights with his latest effort. Prophesying greatness for the seasoned emcee, the soft lullaby plays underneath screeching sirens and an onslaught of beats that together create a backdrop . . .
DC native Yusha Assad returns with a hard-hitting new single called “Circus.” The KC-produced record cleverly addresses the hard hitting topics of drug abuse and negative role models constantly being praised by the media. Yusha’s high energy delivery hits home over the instrumental’s haunting melodies. Stream “Circus” below.
Parkway unloads “Selfish,” the second leak off his yet to be titled EP. Nikko Bunkin & D March handled production duties for the airy cut, while multi-artist Flash Frequency can be credited for the songs abstract art direction. The Northern Virginia native dropped off his debut single, “Hold Up,” back in May. Stream “Selfish” below.
Chicago native Kembe X revisits his Talk Back project and releases the animated visual for “Oxygen.” The clip uniquely grabs viewers attention, while Kembe delivers thought provoking, personal lyrics over top of Bentley Hazelwood‘s impressive production. Watch the Christopher Han and Yellow Nguyen-directed video for “Oxygen” below.
Maxx P enlists “Moolah” rapper Young Greatness for “Lifestyle.” The melodic yet aggressive cut was produce by Hershey Blakk and serves as a preview of what to expect from the New Orleans rapper’s forthcoming body of work, The Marquis Larue Story II. Stream “Lifestyle” below.
A.CHAL revisits his Welcome To GAZI project and unloads the visual for “Round Whippin.” Max Vatblé directs the black and white clip, which finds the Los Angeles native going for a hallucinatory ride. Watch the video for “Round Whippin” below.
Rich The Kid taps Quality Control label mate Skippa Da Flippa for “Stay Focused.” Produced by Young Lan, the head nodding cut will be featured on the 5th installment of Rich & Migos‘ Streets On Lock series. Stream “Stay Focused” below.
Pennsylvania pistol Hardo unloads the CatchRec-directed video for “Make Her Leave.” The record was produced by Cardo and will be his upcoming Trapnati 2 project. The song has a definitively tense vibe to it, due in no small part to Cardo’s ominous production. The video itself? Let’s just say that Hardo knows how to have a good time. Watch . . .
Shorty ropes in frequent collaborator Kidd Kidd and NOLA legend Juvenile for his latest release, “I Might.” Produced by KC, the record serves as the second single off Shorty & Kidd Kidd’s forthcoming joint LP, You’re Welcome. Listen below via Hot 97.