Toussaint Morrison, whose free mixtape, Toussaint Morrison is Not My Homeboy, ranked #1 on one of RapReviews’ year end top ten lists, is prepping his next three albums. In anticipation of this he’s launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise some funds. The campaign has a myriad of offers for supporters including everything from albums and t-shirts, to coffee shop meet-ups and personal chauffeur service. Check out Toussaint explaining it all at the following link: Toussaint Morrison: Mixtape 3.0.
From guest appearing on dozens of Thizz Nation Albums and mixtapes, to working with West Coast Rap legends and well known Hip-Hop producers; The Dragons and Gorilla Pits come together to bring you the long awaited album as THE MONSTA SQUAD. A project reflecting their lives and involvement in the Rap game, as well as addressing issues in the community and world at large.
As Hip-Hop progressed in the past decade, these artists are sure to give you the feeling of the true definition. Having released their Smoke House Chronicles Vol.1 (The Dragons) as well as The Street Album (Gorilla Pits) in 2010, both buzzing with countless phenomenal guest appearances, The Dragons and Pits decided to share more of their own music by having less features this time around. Remy R.E.D, XSF (Excessive), K-Loc, Tone Bone, and Kra-Z- K, all hailing from San Leandro, Ca, and determined to put their city on the map, have nothing but their best to share.
Also two new tracks produced by The Audible Doctor dropped recently, A Mobb Deep, Infamous Mobb, Big Noyd compilation EP dropped recently which features production by The Audible Doctor. Check out "Keep Getting That Paper (Audible Doctor Remix)" Feat. Mobb Deep and Rapper Noyd & cop the EP below!
Stream "Keep Getting That Paper (Audible Doctor Remix)" Feat. Mobb Deep & Rapper Noyd HERE
@IamShizzie is getting ready to release another project titled "#RedInk". The 11 track project with features from artist like "S.B The Real Souljaboy", Matinee Grizz, LeeBoy, Stunt City & many more! The young up and coming artist from Boston, Shizzie decided to name his project "#Redink" for two reasons.
First, it is his favorite color, but second and more importantly he views himself as the correction to what is wrong with music today. Every bar spit was written as if he wrote a final essay in red. Being heavily influenced by West Coast sounds, Shizzie decided to bring out West Coast style production for this album for his East Coast delivary. "#Redink" will be released on February 1st and is sure to be a classic as well as a trending topic!
Video: Lyriciss - "Get It & Go" (dir. Chop N Shoot Films)
Courtesy Langston S.
Watch the new music video from Lyriciss "Get It & Go". Filmed in DC, the video chronicles the hustles of a young man in the city just trying to get by and provide for his family. "Get It & Go" is produced by Soulful! with cuts by DMC champion by DJ I-Dee and can be found on his recently released The Balance EP: Money.
MP3: Knowledge Medina f/ Co$$ - "Can You Let Me Be" (prod. Numonics)
Courtesy Nancy B.
With Knowledge Medina and Numonics' "Never Enough" EP dropping on Feb 7th, the South Florida duo combines forces with Leimert Park's Co$$ for "Can You Let Me Be". Knowledge and Co$$ trade verses about the realities of street life in their respective cities backed by a gritty guitar driven instrumental from Numonics.
Knowledge Medina x Numonics - Never Enough [EP], presented by DJBooth & IMKING, will be released Feb 7th and includes features from Reks, J NiCS, Co$$ and Jon The Barber.
Knowledge Medina ft. Co$$ - Can You Let Me Be (Prod. Numonics)
BBU, the four-man Chicago-based group of rappers Jasson Perez, Epic, Illekt, and DJ Esquire, is excited to release their new single, "The Hood." The track, featuring GLC and produced by Classick, is taken from BBU's forthcoming bell hooks mixtape, presented by Mad Decent and mixed by DJ Benzi, which will be released February 14th via Mishka Records.
While "The Hood," doesn't embody the same Juke-inspired sound of previous singles, the track continues the group's knack for blending the unexpected, bringing together the Windy City's old and new guard. "GLC is the homie, and a legend in Chicago hip-hop," says Epic. "We feel blessed to be on a track with him," adds Jasson, noting that GLC's unique brand of "ism" is a perfect fit for the song. "But really, it's about community, about building a movement."
Video: Big Hud - "Cause I'm Good At It" (dir. Jeff Adair)
Courtesy RBC Records.
"The track is produced by J-Plymp & can be found on Big Hud release "The Benchmark". Make sure you follow @big_hud on twitter & also make sure you like his facebook fan page. Thanks for all your support, it is greatly appreciated."