G.O. says: “The storyline of Dreamin’ revolves around the journey of an illegal immigrant to America. Being Hispanic, G.O. shows the contrast between a dream that many immigrants like his parents had or have, visually, and his own dream, lyrically; but at the same time, shows the similarity of the two through the magnitude of struggle and importance based off of what these two completely different dreams represent to two completely different people. “
Brooklyn based MC JoeyG. gears up the release of his forthcoming project “NOSPACE” by releasing an intense, turn’t up new single titled “WHAT TO CALL IT”.
Backed by hard-hitting production from STREETRUNNER, listen as the NYC spitter takes us on a journey down to Miami, for a TURN UP that is so intense, he can’t even describe how he’s feeling. “WHAT TO CALL IT” serves as the latest single off of JoeyG.’s “NOSPACE”, set to drop this Friday (9/25/15).
Most hip-‐hop fans will likely recognize the Seattle native through one of his many aliases, known as Young TH in State of the Artist, or as his alter ego Thadwick Tristen Trevor III on “The Adventures in a Helluvastate” project. Thaddeus David demonstrates how he continues to be a maven at his craft.
Throughout his longtime involvement in the Seattle hip-‐hop scene, he has dropped an impressive amount of projects as a solo artist, earning recognition by XXL magazine as one of “The New New -‐ 15 Seattle rappers you should know”.
With their street buzz rising and as the summer comes to an end, M.U.L.A Society wastes no time coming together to deliver another video which again showcases their regular day to day.
On the block chilling in the Bushwick part of Brooklyn, Ly Mula accompanied by Chase PESO shares their thoughts about hood love and the streets foul play. Video Directed By TyMooreMula.
23-year-old View announces the release of his new track ‘Lace’.
Moving away from his darker productions, ‘Lace’ demonstrates a more mellow side to View’s inventory of emotive atmospheres. With an alternative hip-hop beat that verges on trappy, and featuring softly cooed vocals from fellow Finns and electropop duo LCMDF, ‘Lace’ is a smooth, downtempo track that truly showcases his musical prowess.
The climactic and moody accompanying video explores the same themes as the song, illustrating the emotional struggle between the lead character’s introspective dark side and his own self-image.
With Compton back on the world stage, it’s no surprise that a shared alliance to L.A.’s TDE camp between SmokeyGotBeatz and West Coast Legend MC Eiht would result in a dope new ode to the hub city.
The New Zealand-born, Los Angeles-based producer presents ‘Big Bad CPT’ as a part of the popular #WestCoastWednesday series, combining sinister West Coast funk with hard drums and a ’90s-inspired string section – a hallmark of SmokeyGotBeatz upcoming project ‘Coke, Cigarettes & Chicken: The Beat Tape.’
Freak Trix Records is proud to present Reatch aka Fabian Beringer, the German 17 year old electronic/bass-music producer from Hannover. Reatch is dropping a sick remix of Rafii’s Original mix ‘Alone’.
Despite his young age Reatch showcases expressive and remarkable melodies with a creative sound design. He participates in a string of incredible young talents to emerge from the depths of the European scene.
‘Live For You’ is the lead single to Presha J’s forthcoming EP ‘Traveller’s Guide’ and is his first piece of music since 2013′s ‘Throw It In The Air’, and comes a decade after his debut EP ‘Changes’. Presha J’s ‘Live For You’ video was directed by Dvisionairr, the track itself was produced by Smylee.