“Busy” is an energetic party record coming from NYC based recording artist/producer, BOY FACE. The dance record - which made its debut in Sweden & Spain - features Soca artist, Kevin Lyttle, who adds a Caribbean touch to the electric concoction of sounds produced by Wolffman. BOY FACE describes this record as “energetic Hip hop meets Carnival - meets EDM.” The eclectic mix of elements from the various genres of music on this particular record is just a hint of the versatility FACE brings to his music.
With a headlining stage at SXSW on the way, Billie Band$ from Austin, Texas gets busy with his newest single to keep the first quarter moving along - "Moment." Vocals from fellow South, Texas creative Doli VooDoo, Billie raps about why it's his time now before it's too late. get in tune!
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Hailing from Providence, RI, Chyna Vonne delivers her latest effort “Run Forrest.” Chyna’s bars are icy and self-assured with the powerhouse femcee deflecting the haters at every corner. She flaunts her certified credentials through witty wordplay and a gutsy aura that takes listeners back to that classic era of hip-hop. “Run Forrest” comes off of The UnExpected 2: Return of A Queen which is set to drop in 2017.
Maryland based rapper AUNZ makes his stand alone feature on Fat $tackz's new single “Meditate”. AUNZ isn’t new to this game, hailing originally from Norfolk,VA but gaining his grass roots in Oxon Hill, Maryland. AUNZ has been in and out of the music scene since the passing of his grandmother but this new feature solidifies the young MC’s potential as a standout Maryland artist.
The single boasts a heavy trap vibe that’s backed up by futuristic bass effortlessly put together by producer, 30 Roc. As for AUNZ's delivery, it’s uniquely his own. His voice stands out from the clutter and resonates well with the style of Hip Hop he creates.
The video was shot in Atlanta.
Named as one of the "6 Rappers in Atlanta to Watch For," along with artists like Raury and K Camp, Supakali, has remained consistent these past few years. Today, he gifts us with a new video.
The 27 year old Atlanta native has been a familiar name in the city's Hip Hop circuit as well in New York City. Today, he's turning heads with his latest visual, "Come Up." In the video, Kali takes us on a retrospect of his life and the adversity he's still facing daily. He paints a picture with his words over a simple yet intoxicating Trap inspired beat. Kali's consistency in putting out quality material has landed him on sites such as VIBE, The Source, XXL Magazine, Respect Mag, Karen Civil, Hot 93.7 radio play, and more. The "Come Up" is pre-approved as an anthem that individuals can relate to as they pursue their own personal "come up," whatever it may be. Video production is credited to Distortion Films and the song is produced by Cash Money Ap.
Dyme-A-Duzin finished his year strong in 2016. Sustaining the momentum from Q4, Brooklyn’s rising star dropped off “Ghetto Olympics” to start the new year off. Now, halfway through Black History Month, Dyme drops a new video - recently premiered by 2DopeBoyz - for his single, “Corner Boyz.” If it sounds familiar, it’s because the single was actually teased in the last video he released for “That Chicken (Remix)” featuring Fabolous in Fall ’16.
The video, directed by Eli Salcedo, stars a young Dyme (played by Josh Phillips) who receives good ole’ maternal advice from his mama: “Donovan, don’t you be messin’ with those boys on the corner!” Throughout the video, shots of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, are seen, as the young Dyme walks through his own hood, passing corners and witnessing various activities in the streets. Even though he comes in contact with these things, his point-of-view and direction is molded by his mother’s core values and wisdom. And he soon realizes that the streets isn’t where he wants to be.