JGPR: Anaheim, CA DJ/Producer inDJnous has dropped a soulful hip-hop banger this morning! “You Sound” is a jazzy and head-nodding track laced with exceptional bars from west-coast lyrical great, Blu and Brooklynati’s own Tanya Morgan (Von Pea & Donwill).
Dove: Louisville's PJ Gifted goes in over Future and Young Thug's "No Cap" as he rolls through NYC in this K.Forbez-directed visual. This freestyle appears on PJ Gifted's Free Dubs mixtape, which is out now.
BSR: Chicago wordsmith Verbal Kent (Ugly Heroes) and Spanish-German beat maker Superior have joined forces. The resulting full-length album “Half My Life” is set for release via Below System Records. Known for his mixture of verbal gymnastics with humor and everyday pathos, Verbal Kent delivers what might be among his most personal rhymes.
D: Kitchener, Ontario-based producer, Pro-Logic unleashes two bangin' remixes of "League Of Legends" - the first official single from Dan-e-o's milestone-celebrating fourth album, "Dear Hip Hop: 20 Years Later".
OSIYM: OSIYM’s latest project which is scheduled for release in mid-2018, is entirely produced by Bevstmode producer Zepfire who is known for his work with the likes of Big Sean, G-Easy, Roy Woods and Jimmy Prime.
Biz 3: British-Zimbabwean artist KWAYE has released his latest single "Jasmine", out now via Mind of a Genius. The track follows recent track "Lost In My Boots", a hauntingly poignant acknowledge-ment of the pain, sense of betrayal and heartache suffered by your partner if you were to break up with them.
Audio: Koffee and Kush Show Ep 3 w/ Black Bill Gates
Ms. RC: The Koffee and Kush Podcast is up and running. Join DJ Black Bill Gates, DJ Cube, Jef Jon Sin and The Rap Juggernaut as they sit down to discuss what hot and what’s not what’s hip and happening right now over a pot of Koffee and a gang of Kush.
ANOC: Met on the benches of the Conservatory of RENNES (Brittany, France), the members of the Trio WHITE FROM BLACK deliver a first project, deeply alive, with multiple influences. Merging Jazz and Hip-Hop, inspired by Armenian folklore and African music, the compositions of Michael Vigneron are as much, work on sound material as invitation to travel.