Los Angeles based artist Spooky Bands is ending the month of July with his euphoric lovesick anthem "Xanny Beby." Produced by Boston-area act Booch X Holy, "Xanny Beby" utilizes a slow-rolling rhythmic approach, as Spooky belts out pain and anguished filled lyrics via a myriad of his melody laden cadences. Stream "Xanny Beby" below, and additionally revisit Spooky Bands Need 4 Speed EP, as well.
Philadelphia born-and-raised upcoming producer Sallis Flow recently released a new mixtape collaboration called "JELLIS" ft. rising SossHouse artist Big Jelly. The 8-track collective is full of hard-hitting, upbeat, alternative-trap instrumentals all created by SF, as Jelly covers them with his distinctive flow. Although "JELLIS" is Sallis Flow's debut project, you may recognize Big Jelly's name from his project released this year, called "The Wolf of Peachtree" produced by P
Rising independent artist Chavo and Republic Records signee Coi Leray come together for a sibling collaboration with the release of their new track “American Deli,” produced by Pierre Bourne. It’s not everyday, or often at all, that hip-hop comes across a big brother/little sister combo. The song is moreover a tongue-in-cheek title that plays on the name of a popular Atlanta, GA based food chain ironically called American Deli. As the hard-hitting instrumental passes, Coi and
Singer/Songwriter JC, who previously worked with artists like Diddy, Future, and Rick Ross, among others, has joined forces with Chicago frontrunner Calboy for their new uplifting hustle anthem "Skyscrapin." Though the track was originally written to be pitched for placement on an album by JC's songwriting company No.2 Pencil Muzic LLC, his management team quickly realized the potential of the track and maneuvered a connection with the "Envy Me" rapper for a feature. Equipped
Amid Covid-19, Bounce Beat Black is handling the current landscape “Catastrophe” as something that is a part of life with a new single and video. Through the track and visuals, Black is portrayed in a relationship where both feelings are hurt and seen as hurt. Betrayal has always been humanity’s breaking point and Black’s sonically melodic lyrics perfectly illustrate the medium. As the second single off his upcoming project, Black had a couple of words to state. “Regardless o
Dade County native Maine Laveau aka FlyGodMC recently released a new visual for a song called "Judas" which has already organically garnered over 20,000 views via Youtube. FlyGodMC has been performing since the early age of 8 years old, so transitioning into an artist was natural. FlyGodMC also recently released a visual for "Blessed U" with over 180,000 views, and counting. Hard work pays off, and FlyGodMC keeps that in mind as his audience continues to grow. To stream the "
Not only is the city of Columbia home to many renowned colleges and universities (USC, Columbia College, and Benedict College). It is the home of rising rap artist Benji Pedro. In celebration of his birthday, The ‘YUNG’ artist just released a video to his single “Intro (30 Days)”. The song paired with the visuals give new listeners insight to Benji Pedro’s life as a money maker and card swiper. Shot by film director Camera Ricoo and produced by Vahnii, the opening scene prese
San Antonio natives and now Los Angeles-based hip-hop group Minus Gravity have officially released the video for their song "BRO." The group, which consists of Mic Apollo, Sir Blaze, and Rob Will are determined and ambitious to share their abilities with the world. The new song showcases the trio's ability to combine their talents and apply a blend of infectious R&B/hip-hop sounds to any melody. The new song and music video is out now on all streaming platforms and is the sum
wp:paragraph wp:paragraph Omaha-based artist/producer hybrid Absolut-P has recruited fellow rapper Tarzan for their new visceral rhetorical banger "WWDD (What Would Drake Do)." Handling both the production and the lucid hook work on the track, Absolut-P splits a verse with Tarzan as the pair glide the entrancing beat quintessentially rapping away any traces of anxiety and or sobriety as Absolut-P rap-sings "Drink a little bit, think a little bit, then I'm alright." "WWDD" is
Virginia native and R&B savant IA.M Metric releases a beautiful new single titled “W.I.G.B.,” which immaculate the efforts of him as an ascending artist. Accompanied by a melodic beat, Metric voices carry heartfelt lyrics with smooth vocals to create an anthem dedicated to treating women better. In the style of 6lack and Rod Wave, Metric soulfully blends his vocals with modern production aesthetics on “W.I.G.B.” Metric also shows rapping prowess with an excellent series of ba