RAW Papers decided to put together a cypher, and rounded up CJ Fly, Nitty Scott MC, Chris Webby, and Smoke DZA. Very nice, Nitty most definitely did her thang. She was probably my favorite.
Heartbreak Mellz returns with his second single 'The Way You Are' which is off his recently released "Heart Of A Champion" album. On this single Mellz raps over a soulful beat as he speaks directly to the woman he loves and vows to give her is all no matter the circumstance. That's what I'm talkin bout.
Atlanta artist is back at it with a new visual for his track, "Business Is Personal", shot by the good folks over at HipHopSince1987. The track is featured on his latest mixtape, "Ultrasound 2: The Birth", which can be downloaded here.
Champagne Chu (formerly Young Chu) links with fellow Kentucky emcees Devine Carama and Deacon The Villain (of The Cunninglynguists) for a record titled "Hands Up". The track was inspired by the tragedy in Ferguson and the unlawful death of Mike Brown. I'm glad to know that some haven't forgotten about it yet, and of course I'm loving the fact that they're from my home state. Each emcee delivered strong and witty lyricism and a very necessary message. Ya'll represented the crib well, fellas. Killed it.
South Carolina newcomer Quelle The Prophet drops off his latest offering titled 'It's Not Unusual'. This is my first time listening to him, but he's got nice delivery, and he was definitely speaking some truth.
I wish Game would stop with the excessive features...anywho, Game gives us some new music today called "Really", and recruits features from Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz, Soulja Boy, and T.I. This will be appearing on his upcoming album "Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf" dropping October 4th.
Virginia newcomer Y Double S drops off his latest single, "Money Out The Dirt" featuring Young Money Yawn and produced by The VIPs. He's gotta new project on the way.
What a wonderful way to wake up this morning, seeing new Kendrick Lamar in my inbox! Looks like my boy is ready to get back to it. Here's his new single "i", which features a sample of The Isley Brothers' "That Lady". This is beautiful right here, much needed refreshment for hip hop. There's nothing better than preaching self love.
Phoenix, AZ rapper and Sony RED artist Judge Da Boss returns with the official visuals for his latest single "Hell Yeah." The track is nice, love the beat.
Brooklyn native Jak Nik has been working on a new EP titled "New Jak City" which is a quick 5 song project that features classic instrumentals we all loved at one point. The first leak of the project is over Nas' classic 'Hate Me Now' beat. Listen below.