Chicago duo Art Gang release new music called "That's What We On". Their sound is southern, and even though this is the first song I've ever heard from them, they seem like they have a knack for making catchy music that the new generation would like.
Private Club members Jamaal Davis and Van Solo release a dope new track with an old school feel called "Stunna", produced by MatthausBeatz. That beat is funky, love it.
Wiz and Spitta link to shoot their first visual off of their collaborative project, "Live In Concert" for "Toast".
Boy Gucci ain't playin. Today he releases another visual, this time for "Guwop" featuring Trinidad James. Lmao, I love Gooch, but I die laughing everytime I hear this. Him rapping fast...lmaooooo
Brooklyn femcee Dante releases her latest visual for "Walk It". This is my first time coming across her, but she's nice. She's got a smooth flow, and her delivery is polished. I think she's one to look out for.
New track from Young Buck & Tha City Paper’s upcoming digital album G.A.S. Pt. 2 due out May 27th on iTunes. Buck's sounding real good, I almost forgot how dope he is.
UK singer-songwriter Richard Osborne delivers the official visual to “Just Leave”, taken from his sophomore E.P "Late Night Thoughts", which was released back in January. Dope song, and the visual is very professional.
Spitta decides to shoot a visual for the title track to his latest mixtape, "New Jet City". I hope to see him turn up a little more this year.
Ludacris continues his #IDGAFFridays series and releases more new music today called "Speak Into The Mic", produced by Mike Will Made It. This one's for the clubs.
Waka releases his latest body of work, "DuFlocka Rant Halftime Show" (he kills me with the titles). Features guest appearances from Young Scooter, Eldorado Red, Bloody Jay and more. I wish Waka would stick with his original sound.