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Audio: Lil-Yo - "I'm Outta Here" (@LILYO2016TEXAS)


Audio: Lil-Yo - "I'm Outta Here"

Matt: Lil-Yo from Lufkin, Texas releases his new street single, "I'm Outta Here," from his upcoming album, Hoop, Rap or Trap, on Center World Media. Lil-Yo was musically influenced by hip-hop greats like Ludacris and Lil' Boosie" who helped shape his lyrical flow and now he’s ready to take the Hip-Hop community by storm with “I’m Outta Here.”

Audio: @DenverWaze @DJKtone @ProjectPatHCP - "Locked and Loaded" (@rRAPpromo)


Audio: Waze f/ DJ Ktone, Project Pat - "Locked and Loaded"

RRP: Denver emcee Waze linked up with Southern rap legend Project Pat and DJ Ktone for his new banger, "Locked And Loaded." The track is produced by TC Crook.

Video: Fettuccine P - "Package Rolling" (@FlyLikeDove)


Video: Fettuccine P - "Package Rolling"

Dove: In his Staxx Paysos-directed video "Package Rolling", Fetti P chronicles his lifestyle over the vibrant RC-produced track. Meanwhile, "That's The Way We Roll" serves hard-hitting vocals worthy of bumping with the top down. Watch and listen below!

Video: @SirMichaelRocks - "How Are You So Calm"


Video: Sir Michael Rocks - "How Are You So Calm"

Matt: Sir Michael Rocks released the second installment of his Populair EP series, Populair Part 2 on 4-8-2016. Populair Part 2 features seven new tracks (no guest features) from Sir Michael Rocks and today he releases the latest visual, “How Are You So Calm,” from the project via an exclusive premiere with Karen Civil.

Video: @J57 - "Plan A"


Video: J57 - "Plan A"

J: Wanted to send over the 2nd video from my free solo album "I'm the J57" LP which is out now via my lable FiveSe7en Music!

Video: Redman Praises @HaddyRacks on Sway's #FridayFireCypher


Video: Redman Praises Haddy Racks on Sway's #FridayFireCypher

Dove: Haddy Racks is preparing for the June 10 release of his debut album Resumé with a new vlog series and some key appearances. Last Friday, the Bronx lyricist hit the Sway in the Morning show on SiriusXM Shade 45 with Jack Thriller, Redman and Milly Miyagi, taking on Sway's #FridayFireCypher with powerful bars.

Video: Deep (@2HungryBros) - "Graham Crackers" @HiPNOTT


Video: Deep (2 Hungry Bros.) - "Graham Crackers"

HiPNOTT: The good folks at The Element Tree, namely, Serringe of Android Space, heard "Graham Crackers" and baked a funky short. "Graham Crackers" is a song off Deep of the 2 Hungry Bros' beat album, Bushwick Beatfeed.

Audio: @ApathyDGZ @BunBTrillOG @TwistaGMG - "Moses"


Audio: Apathy f/ Bun B, Twista - "Moses"

Trevor: Having experienced firsthand what it's like to start independently from the dirt, then be entrenched in a major label contract during the peak of hip hop's commercial success, to touring alongside RIAA certified diamond-selling mega rockstars - Apathy's knowledge and wittiness on the subject spills out to be pure audio gold. This project represents those of us not willing to compromise our artistry for fame and money. Can we shake on that? CD, cassette and vinyl include original cover art illustration by Dave Quiggle.

Video: @Classixx @TPain - "Whatever I Want" (@Biz3)


Video: Classixx & T-Pain - "Whatever I Want"

Biz 3: Classixx have released the official video for "Whatever I Want" feat. T-Pain in partnership with GoPro's Director's Program, ahead of the duo's sophomore album Faraway Reach out June 3rd on Innovative Leisure. Director Daniel Pappas enlisted Morrissey fans from all over East Los Angeles to put a modern spin on this shot-for-shot remake of The Smiths' iconic video "Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before."

Audio: @YoungSirDMV - "Monsta" (@TonePMusic @JoeBayer)


Audio: Young Sir - "Monsta" (prod. Tone P)

Joe: Hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, Young Sir has been building quite the name for himself throughout the DMV. Looking to scale his reach and expand well beyond his region, the 25-year-old rapper will be releasing a brand new EP this year.


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