Virginia artist, Tokyo Trendz releases his latest single, “HiLows” produced by Gabe Niles. The track sounds funky yet eerie but can be so pleasing to the ears.
Trendz does a great job rhyming on the track as well as singing a bit. Watch Trendz as he, “rides through space with the top down on the spaceship”.
Lusive, a rhyming Bronx native, turned up the heat with his new song entitled “Ain’t In My Way.” The song contains content relative to the Hip Hop culture as Lusive states the situations haters thrive on when the ambitious ones of the world hit minor bumps in the road.
Dedication and hard work is exhibited in his lyricism as he expresses his sole importance on money. His nonchalant emotions towards others opinions dominates the track showcasing Lusive’s independence and ultimate composure.
Emmit James recently moved from the Midwest to Los Angeles to follow his dreams in music and fashion. His cross country journey inspired the lead single Coming Back, from his forthcoming Hunger Pains EP (#HPEP).
The song is an ode to the humble beginnings that James left behind in order to take a risk on moving to the entertainment hub of the world in LA.
Coming Back is produced by the Milwaukee jazz and hip hop specialist Klassik.
As Memphis up-and-comer Tre Ez prepares for the April 14th drop date of his Bigg V and Bigga Rankin hosted project, “1st 48″, he unleashes this follow-up to his “Credit Score” remix featuring Trina.
Rocko just happened to be in the same studio as Tre and Co on da Track were laying this down out and felt compelled to chime in. The two go in on anyone not up to their standard of swag, ensuring the terminally uncool remain in the haters section.
The newest release from New York artist Josh Jacobs comes in the form of a music video that visualizes two songs off his recently released album Before and After: The Re-Up.
The new video comes to us as Josh Jacobs prepares for his upcoming effort #WhoIsJoshJacobs?, which will arrive this summer.
Initially titled “Hands Clean”, Lou Napkinss drops another exciting track, off of his debut mixtape, #4PcLouLou.