Black Republic presents #theCODProject featuring Cholo Jones & Mel Yung. Now you may have heard of Decatur in the introductory class to Metro Atlanta, but it really is a world of its own. A deeper look begins here:
One of my personal favorites off his project Now or Never, Ceeze held off on releasing visuals due to all the heavy promo from the majors in 4th. With the lane clear, he makes his run for a fair share of the market in music coming out the South Side.
Ralo has steadily improved with every release or collaboration. His growth is definitely one of the more positive story lines in hip hop. As the number of future stars we are losing far outweighs the number of those escaping the perils of the street life. He isn’t known for inorganic features, which gives a realer feel to most of his releases. Now its time for us to digest the latest main course, Diary of the Streets 3! Continue reading Ralo drops ‘Diary of the Streets 3′
This has quickly become my favorite song from Richy, who’s life and career has been full of highlights and struggles. One thing he didn’t do, even after his life-threatening accident, was stop. If this song is any indication of the music he has yet to release, then we are glad he didn’t. Continue reading VIDEO: Runway Richy – “Win”
Chill vibes that I’ve been looking for. Actually, this is an introduction to the Memphis-bred talent for me, and I will be checking for more later this morning. Continue reading Jon Waltz – Backstreets
Kap is keeping it consistent but keeps it concise with only 10 tracks as he returns with Real Migo Shxt 4. Featuring Lil’ Uzi Vert, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Lil’ Baby, and more. Continue reading Kap G drops ‘Real Migo Shxt 4′
Everybody out here feeling the void of new music that can actually stick around. Sure artists are releasing material daily, but what is actually “sticking”? Sticking out or sticking around? Money Mu is sticking out with this one, its been out since January and I heard it last week.
Blac Youngsta killed it with this one, as the ant-man sized version of himself visits Diamond Club in Atlanta. Him being vertically challenged doesn’t stop him one bit, so what’s your excuse? Be sure to check us out every Wednesday at 1715 Northside Drive.
Spotted over at Dirty Glove, Fat Trel DC hooks up with Yowda from the emerging scene and culture of Vegas (beyond the partying/gambling) to create a project called Fat & Ugly, also featured below. Continue reading VIDEO: Fat Trel “No Warning Shots” Ft. Yowda