Brooklyn emcee Rrose Rrome has been making quite a name for himself as of late. Today the Brooklynite lets loose a new visual for his single Money Holla Ft. Styles P, with special cameos from Jadakiss & Sheek of the Lox. Ladies and gents be prepared because Rrose Rrome plans to be here for a while.
What would happen if you mixed Television Theme songs with a bunch of hungry artists & producers? Well, you would get a new EP of course called “CHANGE THE CHANNEL”. Local-Mu12is a collective of talented Artists & Producers from around the world, founded by Fokis in 2012. The collective lets loose a Free EP that is conceptual and entertaining. It is a breath of fresh air, a project meant to entertain and satisfy the listener who is tired of the same old thing. The project features some of Local-Mu12′ past members but also includes some new ones. Zebulon who resides in Ohio, is a red headed spitting machine, Jay Crenshaw out of VA is the sharp lyrical type & Zerry Ziggz of CO has that Stoner, Bone Thugs n Harmony sound to him. Mix it all together and you get pure freshness in the form of a new EP. Now sit back, relax and enjoy the show.
Here is the official music video to the lead single “Light Work” from Phoenix, Arizona MC, Sincerely Collins, featuring Strange Music’s own Rittz & Funk Volume’s Jarren Benton. The song is from the upcoming album Destroyer which will be released 2-16-15 via Bootleg Kev & Collins’ ‘Better Different Music Group’ imprint.
After hitting a host of blogs with their songs, “Anything Goes,” “I’m Dat Nigga”, and the track “3 Man Weave,” your favorite New York heavyweights are back with the video to “3 Man Weave” ft Fred the Godson. King Bo and Russ Blade are pushing their album King Bo and Russ Blade Vol 2: Supply and Demand which is currently available on DatPiff.
Here is the official music video for Broadway Dice’s “No Games” record featuring Lyric Lee & D Loko. The record was produced by WayneOnDaStix. This was on his mixtape titled The Heist hosted by DJ Malc Geez.
Since his triumphant emergence from the underground battle rap scene in his early teens, 26 year old Quake Matthews has made a name for himself branded by breakneck beats and unadulterated lyricism. The Nova Scotia native’s raspy voice and raw emotion has made for a signature sound and a captivating listening experience, giving him a broad appeal that spans audiences. The award-winning emcee just released his fourth studio album, Rap Music, and is gearing up for a Canadian tour this spring.
Yonkers own Tony Moxberg freestyles over the classic Mobb Deep song “Get Away” and displays the real NY grind that goes happens on a daily basis in the city that never sleeps. If you want this and more get that “New York Times” mixtape.