Jackson, MS, emcee, Dojo Seven is intelligent, but he’s by no means an academician. He’s charismatic, but too rebellious for politics. His music expresses the dichotomy of formal educational training and urban (aka “hood”) southern sensibilities. It’s concurrently young in spirit and old and wisdom. Some say he sounds like Big Sean mixed with Mystikal mixed with J. Cole mixed with Wiz Khalifa... Maybe. Check it out and see for yourself.
Raised in Montreal, where Hip Hop has yet to find an established and thriving setting in the music industry, this talented lyricist has persevered in giving his city a reinvigorating voice. Along with his skill, talent and hard work; Feezy Da Main Man possesses a charming personality that captures the genuine interest of music lovers with his sense of uniqueness mixed with his slick flows and jaw-dropping metaphors.
The track, entitled "Pot Roast," is the latest single from Portland artist Aviel's upcoming project, Chapter One. The song also features Portland artists Kegro (on the second verse) and Karess (on the final verse).
Raised in the Castle Hill section of the Bronx, Produkt was no stranger to the poverty and violence plaguing his community. While his older siblings found refuge in the explosion of the gang culture of the mid 90s, he found his tranquility in making money. After running in the streets, it was finally music that sent him on the straight and narrow.
I'd like to introduce myself. My name is MCMF and I am a emcee/producer based out of Hackettstown, NJ. My latest self produced effort, Lost In The World, fuses a sample and synth fused track with a melodic but monotone sing flow.
Whether it’s in the club or in the classroom, Matt Patterson has the luck you want with the ladies. He may spend money on the shoes, clothes, and cars, but you can bet he doesn’t have to do the same with the opposite sex. Joined by KQuick, "Whoa" comes off of Patterson’s FreEP, Back in Business, which is now available.
Dropping his new single ‘I Do It For My City’, Canadian hip hop artist T-Money is proud to share with fans his latest music video directed by Jeremy Thibodeau in support of his anthem for his hometown of Montreal aka Real City!!