Baltimore artist The Holy Karon is back with new music today, and as usual, he delivers his trademark "dark" sound. This one's called "Mourn", and is produced by Smitty The BG.
YG links with Lil Wayne, Rich Homie Quan, Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj to shoot the official video for the remix to his hit single, "My Nigga". The visual also features cameos from Jeezy, Lil Durk, Ty Dolla $ign and more. YG's "My Krazy Life" is scheduled to be released March 18th.
Here's some new music from Orlando up and comer Sin Grey called "Cathedral Walls", which he also produced. This will be appearing on his forthcoming EP, "Victory For The Losers" which he's currently still working on.
Richard Osborne is back once again, this time with visuals for the title track of his New EP 'Nothing Personal'. The Video see's the return of Director Adam Templeman, who worked on Richard's previous video 'Just Leave'. The release date for the EP is TBC, but expected before the first quarter ends.
Philly-bred crew 88 releases their latest single, "Stunna (How It Feel)", and they're paying homage to Birdman. This will be appearing on their upcoming mixtape, "Still Up Thinking", which is scheduled to be released March 6th.
G.O.O.D. Music artist CyHi The Prynce gives us another new visual, this time for his track "Huey", which is dedicated to civil rights activist Huey P Newton. This will be appearing on his upcoming mixtape, "Black History Project", which is due to be released February 24th.
Here's a new record from a talented artist out of NYC named Elijah Black, and he teams up with Tan Brown for "Lucid Loving". Substantial music, I love it. Check it out below.
Alley Boy is back with a new mixtape, the highly anticipated "Alley Shakur: The Soul Of A Runaway Slave". The project comes with 21 new tracks, and guest features from Trey Songz, Trouble, Doe B, Kevin Gates, Rocko, Starlito and more. Alley gets better with each project he releases. This whole is tough, all the way through.
Now isn't this ironic...The Gooch decides to add a verse to Rick Ross and Jeezy's single "War Ready". I don't get it, so he puts a verse on his enemy's track? OK Gucci. He's still locked up, by the way.
Detroit emcee MAHD releases the official video for his track "Red Lipstick". The vintage themed, black and white filtered video gives fans a great visual experience. Watching MAHD perform with his band in a suit is something new from all other videos he has released. "Red Lipstick" is a fun song geared toward empowering women and self confidence.