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In January, Chicago emcee Astonish shook the Chicago music scene with his alluring single, “Get Away.” Easily cementing himself as another wordsmith piercing his way through the Chicago music scene.
Today, Astonish decided to release his first visual off his upcoming mixtape, The Who Tape. Directed by Reap, “Still Dope” finds Astonish in the backwoods spitting bars over the eerie production from Born Ready.
Expect more music from Astonish soon as The Who Tape is set to release this summer.
The Little Rock, Arkansas collective known as The Young Gods of America just released their new single, “Leash”. The group is made up of Goon Des Garcons, Fresco Grey, Cool Chris and Reggie Gold.
Both Goon Des Garcons and Fresco Grey are members of Foredise Records and will be releasing solo efforts of their own later this year.
Chicago native Geremy Webster aka Gee Get Money is the definition of versatility. He can sing, rap, dance, and act. Yes he can act. Gee Get Money has made a few appearances on national television in a New Era commercial and the television series “Chicago Fire” and “Empire”.
Today Gee Get Money makes his way into the headlines with his latest release, “All I Wanted”. This money anthem depicts Geremy’s incessant reach for that mula. With a crafty flow and hook that makes you want to shout word for word, this song definitely has a club banger feel.
The eerie up-tempo beat was produced by Panacho Beats. With the weather getting warmer and warmer these days, expect some more heat from this raising artist.
New Jersey/Philadelphia-based producer & rapper Ryan Stone releases his new instrumental hip-hop album, “XXI.”
Standing out as more than just a beat tape, “XXI” follows a concept and harkens a deeper meaning through instrumentals. Introspection, love, and life find their home on many of the tracks on this project.
“XXI” depicts an instrumental narrative of the main character going for a late night drive on his 21st birthday. Through highs and lows, twists and turns, listeners weave through thumping drums, soulful samples, and jazzy accents.
New York City collective Da YoungFellaz consist of Bronx emcee Jay Storm & Brooklyn native Sho-Biz, both emcees value the true artistry of Hip-Hop and they aren’t afraid to embrace it in their rhymes.
Today we are blessed with the duos new mixtape, The New York Times, consisting of 13 tracks this a great soundtrack for the summer as both rhyme slayers infuse sounds of new and old to deliver a project with plenty of replay value.
Keeping the features to a minimum Da YoungFellaz call on L. Michele, Sal Capone, Crome, DeVo D. & Kami for verses and the production is handled in large part by Bravestarr, HitmakerDot & Andre Keys.