Fresh off his recent summer tour dates at Toronto’s NXNE and the Brooklyn HipHop Festival. Kydd Jones returns with a new track off of Grind Life Film’s self-titled EP. The track, “Nothing On Me,” was co-produced by Kydd and frequent production collaborator Keef from Dallas.
Toronto’s own Terrell Morris is determined to turn some heads with the release of his new project “On Y Va” (meaning “Let’s Go” in French).
Terrell worked closely with buzzing producer Eric Dingus on the project, and he nabs some features from the likes of Deniro Farrar, among others. Additional production comes from BiirdxLahghost, Trini, Brent Love and Holyday.
After the successful release of Ventilation back in February, Connecticut’s own Da Kidd P.G. has offered us numerous loose singles since, while gearing up for his next full length effort.
The latest addition to P.G.’s discography comes with a soundscape provided by Canadian producer Superville, who has produced for the likes of Freddie Gibbs, BJ The Chicago Kid, SonReal, Slick Pulla, and more.
“Best In The City” is a smooth, soulful track that finds P.G. and Cambatta expressing their stance on who the best rhymers in New Haven, CT really are.
Aziz and Ground Up have teamed up for the third single and music video from A3C Volume 4, “Spark One.”
The video was directed by Dan Centrone and shows the pack of MCs enjoying one of their favorite pastimes. “Spark One” was produced by Teddy Roxpin.
Balimore MC OG Dutch Master returns after the impressive Blue Light District mixtape which came in at number 6 of Baltimores Top 10 2013 Albums (Via City Paper) with the official release of his new visuals “Middle Fingers” which is on his new mixtape In Da Streets 2 Da Industry which is scheduled to release on the internet in 2 weeks.
For this week’s #westwednesdays J. West drops a verse on Vancouver electro rock artist St. Graye’s track Night’s Long. The track was originally a Remix done by Norwegian producer Soft Boy, and now officially has the hip hop remix treatment courtesy of J. West.
With every new Wednesday J. West has showcased his diversity, from classic boom bap track like W Still High, to trap bangers like 100, even on this Electro Rock track J. West finds himself right home and delivers a smooth 16.