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Video: @YoungPrettyNYC "Fuck Ya Thoughts" (@JadaSosa)


Video: Young Pretty "Fuck Ya Thoughts"

Courtesy Jada Sosa.

Please take a moment to review the very talented Hip Hop artist and Street Diplomacy affiliate "Young Pretty" emerging out of South Jamaica, Queens, NY.



Follow Young Pretty on Twitter @YoungPrettyNYC.
Video: June Marx f/ @LostCauze, @ChiefKamachi - "Gargoyles"


Video: June Marx f/ Reef, Chief Kamachi - "Gargoyles"

Courtesy Naomi.

From the album "Seven Trumpets Sound" featuring Reef the Lost Cauze, UG of Cella Dwellas, Chief Kamachi & more.

"Black Gold" by Q Dot - Black History Month (@Tredmarks)


"Black Gold" by Q Dot - Black History Month Track

Courtesy Maurice T.

I just wanted to share this new track Q Dot created for Black History Month. Hope you enjoy it. The song is real personal and shows his roots.

Audio: @GreazyGreg x Dremur x @SigNif: What I'm Told (@KevinNottingham)


Audio: Greg Grease x Dremur x SigNif: What I'm Told

Courtesy Kevin Nottingham.

"We decided to reach out to the homie maticulous to see if he had any production he wanted to throw at the Certified fresH posse cut, he hit us with one beat and everyone knew that was the one, the beat was titled "What I'm Told" already and that's the concept the emcees decided to go with! DJ Just Nine then came into the fold to lay down some ill cuts making "What I'm Told" the Certified fresH cut you hear today! This was a lot of fun for ya boy and I'm definitely looking forward to doing more of these Certified fresH cuts in the future." -- Jeremiah

Audio: Matty Da Kidd - Rollin (@itsmdk)


Audio: Matty Da Kidd - Rollin

Courtesy Kaine.

Matthew Reaves, Better known as "Matty Da Kidd". 18 Year old artist repping the DMV, located in Richmond,VA. Member of the team BUTTRWRLD. Recently dropped his best project yet #SALUTEDAKIDD.

Video: Bill Ortiz f/ @SmashRockwell - "We Are What We Are"


Video: Bill Ortiz f/ Casual - "We Are What We Are"

Courtesy Nik @ Ballin PR.

A longstanding member of the Santana band, Bill Ortiz is proud to present a music video for the song “We Are What We Are” from his new full-length release Highest Wish. This new video features Casual from the legendary hip hop crew Hieroglyphics and was filmed entirely on locations in San Francisco and Oakland. This video is the first music video from Highest Wish and is both visually engaging and maintains the spiritual message that is embodied in all of Bill’s music.

Audio: @GoneWallace - "High Renaissance II"


Audio: Gone Wallace - "High Renaissance II"

Courtesy Sean W.

I just wanted to reiterate that I'm a huge fan of your site and would love it if you would consider reviewing or posting my latest project.

Video: @DAREAL_8Ball - "Harlem Shake"


Video: 8Ball - "Harlem Shake"

Courtesy Chris @ E1.

8Ball gives you his "Harlem Shake."

Video: @MarzLovejoy - "DOLO" (@MacMediaPromo)


Video: Marz Lovejoy - "DOLO"

Courtesy Matt B.

As she prepares her debut album, one of the West Coast’s most promising new artists, Marz Lovejoy, has linked up with director GRVTY to film a set of visuals, accompanying her latest track,"DOLO." The video illustrates Marz's uniquely exuberant personality and coincides with the track's independent nature.

New Mixtape - @BlackDaveNYC "Stay Black" (@MacMediaPromo)


New Mixtape - Black Dave "Stay Black"

Courtesy Matt B.

Buzzing New York rapper Black Dave this week drops off his new mixtape, aptly titled Stay Black, as an urge to remain true to yourself. We've already received a taste from the tape, as we now note feature assistance from Meech of Flatbush Zombies, Lil Mouse and more throughout the set. In addition to the fresh project drop-off, the skater-turned-rapper has also let loose a new visual today for "Muthaf*ck My Enemies" directed by Jason Ano (i.e. Rocky's Purple Swag).


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