John River resurfaces with “Hope City II,” the first visual that serves as a bridge to “The Storm,” his upcoming sophomore release. The track title comes as a follow-up to “Hope City” originally released on “The Calm.”
The Canadian born showcases the growth of not only his sound, but also the shift in the sound of the city as a whole.
The video is set in various areas of Mississauga, Canada. John River, a 20-year-old delivering an intricate narrative of his experiences and encounters as well as a merciful reminder to the non-believers – you underestimated greatly. “Hope City II” was directed by Trayne Adjei.
Toronto-born, Trinidadian/Guyanese-blooded rapper/producer King Reign (Rhyme Energy In God’s Nature) presents the self-directed music video for “Happylaidback”, the Gameboy-produced single from Sincere, Reign’s new album out now also featuring production from Gameboy, Rich Kidd, Pro Logic, Darp Malone, and Reign himself.
Solomonilla once again enlists Guru Media Group to help bring his track “Drugz” to life. It’s a bass-bumping track that not only features his hard-hitting, in-your-face style of rap, but also has some nice singing from the rising Maryland emcee.
His upcoming EP Miami in March (MIM) is without an exact release date currently, but will be out soon.
Houston’s own Cal calls upon E Bodi for his latest video, shot in the beautiful city he now calls home.
“I Ain’t Lyin” appears on Cal’s ‘Feels Like Home’ album and was produced by Bruce Bang. Video directed by Trill Art Prevost.
“What to Believe” is Boston, Massachusetts based independent hip-hop artist, Ofure’s, first single off his upcoming project “Trend America.” Ofure represents Dream B.I.G Music Group (Dream Beyond Ignorant Gestures), which he is the primary artist of.
What to Believe portrays Ofure’s mindset as he gears up to introduce himself and his upcoming project Trend America to the world. While some see the value in the glamour we commonly depict of major artists today, Ofure is giving that stigma a reset, presenting important matters around family, friends, life, death, knowledge and perseverance.
Through this record, he is setting the expectation straight that no matter what path he takes, these come first. In this video, Ofure blends his concepts with abstract, cultural imagery. Here he express himself showing out his true emcee mannerisms performing his introspective single amongst a mic.
The music video is produced by Jared Hancock Surefire Creative Studios and Directed by Bojan Vanovac of Surefire Creative Studios.
Off of Boogz recently released project “C.O.O.L. 2“.