Newcomer Blake Banks drops his latest track "Since Junior High", produced by Dame Grease and featuring Gucci Mane. Also featured is B. Cashuel hailing from Gary, IN, who resurrects the sound and style of a young Mac Dre. Be on the lookout for Blake's debut project "SHAMELE$$".
Arizona rapper Penny The Great links up with super director Michael Cardoza, to create a visual for his new single "Hotboxin" which is off of his upcoming project "You Can All Die Now".
Future releases his highly anticipated mixtape, "Monster" executive produced by Metro Boomin, and hosted by DJ Esco. The tape features 16 new tracks, a guest appearance from Lil Wayne, and production from Metro Boomin, TM88, DJ Plugg, Southside, Bobby Kritical, and more.
DJ Starks releases the video for his latest single, "Where It At?" featuring fellow Brooklyn native, Life Dutchee. Cameos in the visual include rappers Wiz Khalifa, Smoke Dza, as well as NBA Superstars Lance Stephenson, Sebastian Telfair, and pro Boxer Curtis “Showtime” Stevens.
MMG's Rockie Fresh is back at it, and gives us the official video for his track "Hesistate". Not sure what this is featured on, if anything, but its good to see him active again.
Atlanta's Sy Ari Da Kid is back, and today delivers the visual for his record, "Forgiven" produced by BuddahSPK. The video was shot here in Atlanta by Major League Films. Love the track.
South Carolina artist links up with Atlanta star Scotty ATL to deliver the official video for their collab, "SND", which was produced by DJ Burn One. Stadium P's new album "IND 2" is coming soon.
Here's a new one from newcomer Gerb The Point Guard called "Watch Me Turn Up" featuring Young Scooter, Jimi Nu, and...Gucci Mane. I mean what the hell, how is this nucca recording while still locked up?
Tre' Crowell is back again this week for another release simply called "Destiny". This smooth track will be featured on his upcoming EP, "13" slated to be released in December.
Sigh, not sure why Juvenile decided to make this mistake, but he's decided to sign to Cash Money again. The first go round was a success, obviously, but now that Cash Money has become known to sign artists just for tax breaks and not to actually put them out, I don't think this was a good move. But, I sure hope he gets the proper push he deserves.