New York City’s new hip-hop powerhouse, BredBrotha$, release the official visuals for single “One Hundred” featuring Lord Eitel, AB Regor and Lyrivelli. The single comes from their debut album, “In Time”, which was recorded in New York’s legendary Premier Studios. “In Time” is now available everywhere.
Niko Suave balls out with his entourage and tell his ops to “Cut It Out.” Watch below.
Bronx collective Rowdy Boyz deliver their new mixtape ‘Black Hoody’ for stream and download. The group, made up of four New York artists, worked up ten records in total featuring production from the likes of Myles & Reefa, Rick Steel, Thesuperiors, Vinny Idol, and others.
Rising artist Chi’Codez has been making a lot of noise online and he is here with his latest visual release titled “Watch Ya Mouf”. This visual is also a fan favorite single off of his “Power, Death & Dreamz” mixtape. Stay tuned for more releases from the up and coming creative.
As the second music video to appear since 18 year old Kyle Bent’s debut album release with Denver’s homegrown Made in the Shade Records, “Myself” follows a clear trend in adding a visionary and perspective-changing view to his music. As Boston’s newest premier source of hip-hop, and following the inspired footsteps of artists like Joey Bada$$, Lupe Fiasco, and Chance the Rapper, Kyle’s latest video aims to change the way people think about music and the world.
Rising artist Nikko Savage is one of the most consistent and unique artists out there. He has a lot going on right now and he has decided to drop a project titled “Parallel”. Stay tuned for a lot more releases coming up in the future. Listen below.
Inspired by hip hop icons The Beastie Boys, D.prince & Rose Hart offer up their 2nd visual; the DJ 5Alive produced joint “Do Me” taken their EP #LNDNY available now. Listen below.
Check out the first official single “Church Girl (Good Thing)” off the upcoming project from hip hop artist IAMGrace. She expresses her values and what she believes a Church Girl/Good Thing is. Listen below.
Young Hoolyo drops back to back joints, this time around he drops this one called “Counting Up.” Listen below.