Video: M.A.K. - "Home of the Free (Mr. President)"
Courtesy Nathan C.
After the release of his latest club banger ft. Gucci Mane, M.A.K. comes back with a statement. Based on his personal experience and the collective experiences of his peers, he sends a message about injustice while showing you side of him you have never seen. Check out this track "Home of The Free (Mr. President)" off his sophomore album "Say Somethin'", due to release later this month.
Ca$his keeps the momentum going with yet another new release off his upcoming "County Hound 2" album. Grab the new track titled "Hi" produced by Rikanatti & R&D below and check in for more new music on the way soon!
The first single from STLGLD (Moe Pope & The Arcitype) features Moe doing what he does best, rapping honestly about his life, music culture, and his ever-evolving place in it. True schooler’s may notice cameos from friends and collaborators including C Rayz Walz, Dua Boakye (of Bad Rabbits), and Black El, among others.
New HomeTeam Music "Sept 23rd" - by Youngin da SP. Recently featured on the last HomeTeam MixTape "EastBound and Townt vol. 2 Youngin da SP touches on deeper points of his life while reflecting on his carries and the levels of success he plans to reach in his life time, Swaggin & BackPackin pt.2.
It's one of those videos that an artist always wanted to do, but never got the chance, so this has been a special project for Dave. Dave wanted to do a day-in-the life portrayal, paying tribute to the music videos of the early 90s, with the classic cameo-filled summer vibe approach. Sharing a mutual love for the 90s era, we decided to continue with the same look and feel of "Motherfuck My Enemies!", which was an homage to 1995 KIDS.
Audio: Ron Rico f/ Rapper Big Pooh, Skyzoo & Tony V "Can I"
Courtesy Matt B.
Artist/Producer Ron Rico drops the second single, “Can I,” from his forthcoming EP which is due to be released this fall. "Can I" features Rapper Big Pooh, Skyzoo and Tony V for a well balanced mix of substance and content over a smooth track.
Kingdom Come - Jon Mercure, Chris Blount, Lyrikill
Courtesy Chuck Jones.
New Orleans collaboration with Eupham Music's reunited trio--producer/emcee Jon Mercure, verbal butcher Chris Blount and sneaker champ Lyrikill. Produced by Jon Mercure who has worked with Dip Set as well as Ski Beats/Jet Life. Available for free download.