4/20 arrived with a special gift from Chicago’s super group Pivot Gang. On a day tributed to all marijuana smokers, MFn Melo dedicated his latest release to the person who makes it all possible, your friendly neighborhood supplier.
Melo links up with Anthony Pavel and fellow Pivoter Saba to give you an ode to the plug titled, “Dae Dae’s On The Way”, for this weeks #MFnMonday. Melo once again shines over the production from Saba, delivering some of his slickest bars as of yet and crafting a soulful masterpiece. This is the last single to be released off Melo’s debut mixtape, Melodramatics.
Cincinnati hip hop acts Kenny Bryant and Hapless have teamed up to bring us a visual for their collaboration on “I’ll Quit Smoking”. The struggles, and victories, of being a stoner are well documented on the fun track.
Lowkey is the newest single from New Jersey based Hip Hop artist Gio Martin. Gio represents the Tri State Area musical collective Dedicated Music Tribe. Enjoy this upbeat track produced by Keezy that any artist on the come up can relate too.
Every artist has moments where they have to isolate themselves from the outside world including friends and family. The classic questions “Where you at” or “Where you been” are part of our daily lives so the next time you find yourself in a situation like that, just tell them “I been chillin’ Lowkey”.
“Soarse Spoken always makes a resurgence with his music whenever he feels the need to utilize this creative outlet. On his latest single “Her (v2)”, the avant garde rapper explores heartbreak and touches on the healing process that is inevitable to survive at the end of any strained relationship.
Love and Hip-Hop have always gone together, and this superbly Aches produced down-tempo banger is Soarse’s take on the subject. Download the free song and look out for the official video coming soon.”
Kaymbo Shines moved to Atlanta from Montreal, a couple years ago after inking a management/publishing deal with B.Rich’s ‘Defient’.
He then released his first single ‘Good To Me’ on top 40 radio in his home country (Canada), detailing the first moments after he received the call that his mom suffered a severe stroke that left her in coma for a few hours and her miraculous road to recovery.
Now as a free agent, he’s back with “Crazy” a catchy song about the ups and downs of relationships, which will surely allow him to continue his run on radio south of the border.