In the continuation of promoting my 'The Arrival 3' project, today we're releasing Continental GT's popular track, "Label Me". My boy killed the wordplay, incorporating every hip hop label in the track. Killed it. Check it out, and if you haven't yet, check out 'The Arrival 3' here.
Houston native Q. Guyton gives us his take on A$AP Nast and Method Man’s underground hit "Trillmatic". This is featured on his current mixtape, "Reduction".
Here's a new one from DJ Lil Keem and Cash Out called "Where Ya Trap At?". This will be featured on DJ Lil Keem and Black Bill Gates upcoming mixtape, "Fresh Out The Kitchen".
Jacksonville, Alabama newcomer Blake Graham drops off a new offering titled "Water". Not much information was provided, so not sure where this song is appearing, but he seems to be an artist to keep an eye on.
I'm sure most of you God awful 90s babies won't be familiar with this incredibly talented man, but Steven Russell Harts was the lead singer of legendary RnB group, Troop. They had the hit singles, "Spread My Wings", "Sweet November", "Mamacita", and "All I Do" just to name a few. I'm so glad to say he's still at it, and today releases the official video for his latest single, "Shelter", which appears on his latest album, "The Wedding Singer". I was very little girl when they came out, but I was sooo in love with them growing up. To this day, every time I hear "Spread My Wings", or "Sweet November" my heart melts. Anywho, check out his visual below.
Trinidad James is the latest rapper to create a track inspired by the situation in Ferguson. Today he gives us "Mr. Officer", produced by Key Wane. Here's what he had to add:
I feel like we are all fighting to stay alive. Not just from the Police but just from each other. In my opinion kids see more of US killing US than the police killing US. So I CHALLENGE YOU AMERICA! EVEN THE WORLD! to value each other.....US.
Fame School links up with fellow New York artist, Manolo Rose for their official video for their track " Where Ya Manners At ", an instant favorite from the debut project "Level Up".
Fresh off of his 'The Arrival 3' feature, Kentucky emcee Devine Carama is back at it with a new controversial single called "Satan Radio 66.6 FM". On the single, he addresses the imbalance of urban radio today. Always something that should be addressed, in my opinion. This is the first single off of his forthcoming "Believing In Forever" album slated to drop October 27th.
Congrats are in order for Atlanta artist ILOVEMAKONNEN, who just signed with Drake's OVO Sound imprint.
There was some speculation that this would be coming after Drake hopped on Makonnen's "Tuesday" track a few weeks ago. He's been making noise for a while on the underground scene, and somehow Drake heard him, and it was a wrap after that. Congrats to him though, he's a dope ass artist. To catch up on his previous music, in case you're not to familiar with him, check out his Soundcloud page here.
FreeBandz newest signee and Chicago native Zona Man drops his new single “Zona Man”, produced by 808 Mafia’s Southside. His new mixtape No Advance is coming soon. Sounds like he'll be making some noise in the coming months.