Check out the visual for Teri Legato’s “American Renegade” – watch below.
El Barrio’s Merse links up with Fly Dantoni for the visual of his track “Tumbao.” This one is an Xpensive Glass Film directed by Pablo S. Watch below.
Check out the visual for Stax “Ain’t Never” produced by CeeFab and co-starring Jhonni Blaze. Listen below.
Produkt returns with new visual “SPIC”, the opening track off his recent mixtape (EP) in-con-SPIC-u-ous. On the record he raps about trying to make it in gritty streets of New York, dealing with his own inner demons and avoiding the pitfalls surrounding him of people looking down on his people.
RRose RRome is a name you might want to familiarize yourself with because the Brooklyn bred emcee is on a mission to claim his spot. Having already worked with a who’s who of artists within the game, RRose RRome is gearing up to release his next project titled “Take This Serious 2.0”. The Project features Sheek Louch, Uncle Murda, Styles P, Skyzoo and more. While he is putting the finishing touches on the project Check out the new Video From RRose RRome called “Got Em’ Goin” Produced by Former NCAA/NBA Star Moe Ager!
Georgia artist, Static Spaz, liberates his first single “Hyperbolic Time Chamber”. Paying homage to Outkast’s 1996 single ATLiens, Static leaves track listeners asking “what more you want from me?”
The Kid Dyno-produced track is set to appear on Spaz’s upcoming mixtape “In Shodd We Trust”, which is set to drop December 1st.
After Tdot Illdude’s success with his records “Take Me Under” , “Feeling Myself” & “All Good” he is now releasing a new record “We Do It (7-11)” available for free download to his fans and blogs. Already on rotation throughout the weekend on Shade 45 you can expect to hear “We Do It (7-11)” on his debut project “From The Depths” coming soon !
N.O. Corleone releases the follow up track to “Brooklyn” entitled “Sutter Ave Nightmares 2” ft Stonie Corleone from his highly anticipated project “Tales From East New York”. Here N.O. Corleone brings you to his block, Sutter ave and gives the listener an birds eye view with his words.
“New 88 Records” is the Movement, “Spades” is the Artist, “B*tches Like You” is the Hit Single. This is exactly what’s missing, a record that rocks in the club, a joint that the women love, and something that still hard for the streets. So check out this video, because this record is moving out here.