Biz 3: First Time For Everything pays tribute to the late ATL rapper Bankroll Fresh who is featured on the track "GIT". Showcasing his penchant for combining heavy low end with moody melodies, live instrumentation and bringing out the best in his collaborators, 1st has crafted a breakout body of work. His brand new video for "The Meaning", directed by John Rawl & JMP, is a tastefully shot visual depicting a reflective 1st within artful interiors and even features the classic 'Back To The Future' Delorean along with a guest appearance by Madzilla.
Video: Hop Cashay - "Don't Judge" (dir. Da Inphamus Amadeus)
HC: Hop Cashay drops another Video off his highly braised mixtape "Liquor Stores And Churches" this video featured Statuzz as the tell a tale of everyday struggles and the ups and downs giving you a real look in to what the struggle is really like check the video now!
Joe: Brooklyn-born recording artist G Sepp is a versatile rapper who has worked with the likes of producer Rico Beats (50 Cent, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne) and director Mazi O (French Montana, Lil Kim, Wu Tang). Now transplanted in Los Angeles, G Sepp looks to elevate his game even further and he has plenty of music in the chamber ready to be unloaded.
Platformz: Aside from the release of Deep Space Soul in 2012 as a part of The Day Laborers, John Reilly has kept relatively quiet on the music tip. While most fans expect (and demand) to hear music on a consistent basis, many fail to acknowledge that their favorite artists are human, and have to deal with personal issues on a daily basis.
Biz 3: Classixx is back this week with another song from their forthcoming sophomore album Faraway Reach, out June 3rd via Innovative Leisure. This time the duo has linked with Passion Pit for "Safe Inside", stream below and share.
A.T.: Hailing from Chicago’s Southside, Montana Of 300 adopted the Rap God alias to represent both his status in the genre and his faith. “I felt like I could possibly be the best rapper that ever rapped,” he told Passion of the Weiss of an early intuition, adding “I got me, I got my brain, and I got God. My lyrics is way more potent than everybody else that’s out right now.” A 2016 XXL Freshmen nominee, Montana Of 300 recently spoke with Fuse‘s FM TV detailing his experience meeting with Kanye West and Rick Rubin, telling fans to “expect the unexpected.” 18 months since the release of his 2014 break-through project Cursed With a Blessing, Montana Of 300’s Fire in the Church is now available and releases alongside the "FGE Cypher Pt. 2" video.