itsADOLLA is a 21-year old artist from East Orlando, who just released his freshman mixtape titled “Witness” executive produced by TCMG. More production on the tape comes from The Speaker Knockerz before his tragic death. Currently, “Plug 2.0″ featuring OG Maco and Father got the streets on fire with it’s catchy hook and plug lingo. itsADOLLA’s debut mixtape also boasts features from industry artists such as Gunplay, King Los to Speaker Knockers, iLoveMakonnen and many more!
Cleveland artist Ray Jr. is well known in his city, with even LeBron James using Ray’s new track “Same Crew” as his official entrance music during the Cavaliers’ home games. Looking to spread his name across the country in the song’s video, the EST 19XX artist hits L.A., Detroit, Chicago and Miami with his crew, showcasing the love he gets from state to state. Check out the “Same Crew” video after the jump.
New Jersey native Tdot iLLDude has been garnering a buzz since linking with producer Cardiak and developing their Heartfelt Music imprint. Now based out of L.A., Tdot recently dropped his new single “Feeling Myself,” and it’s quickly got so much attention, even Meek Mill has been tweeting and captioning pictures with the lyrics. Check out its video below.
R&B/Pop artist and San Diego native Abrina just dropped her highly anticipated, debut EP ‘My Playground.’ From the turn-up hits like “Actin Up” and “Fallback, Pt. 2″ to her feel-good tracks “Blowin” and “Fire”, the project is sure to have something for everyone to enjoy! You can check out the trailer below and get the EP HERE
If you don’t know Jay IDK, you better get acquainted because the up-start emcee is showing growth with every release and building his fan base exponentially. The DMV native returns to his boom-bap roots via his brand new MarcNfinit produced cut appropriately titled “Hungry”. Listen below.
As he continues to gear up for the release of his forthcoming Indica Winter project, Virginia native Young FP decides to re-visit his well received Sativa Summer EP and liberate the Martin Tucker directed visual for laid back cut “Wanna C U”. Watch below.