Aday

Coming on the beat (sampled from G-Unit’s “They Talked About Jesus”) straight murdering these weak rappers. Detroit mc Aday wastes no time addressing them as such in this joint “R.I.P”. With her dynamic delivery and lyrics like “b**ch I’m Candy Crush I drop hoes in threes”. Each bar would feel like a smack to the face to all her…

Gats

Letting his competitors know that he came to get it on this track produced by Wrathmatics from his mixtape “HEELtv”. Tampa, Fl rapper Gats goes in on  this song titled “Vintage” ,which is a perfect title for the attitude of this song. Throughout the track he explains how he is ahead of his competition. So he doesn’t care…

Duece Da God

After being full of life this weekend, New Jersey rapper Duece Da God serenades us with this joint titled “Weekday Blues” with R&B vibes produced by Ignorvnce. Coming from his latest project “Get Me Out Here”. In this track Duece’s flow has a hard core tone but still groovy as he gives an outlook on his way…

Ali Tomineek

In the midst of summer Phoenix artist Ali Tomineek cools us off with a groovy track from his mixtape “I Aint Sorry” titled “Young Boy”. With smooth vocals from E. Cornell, a little trap house “yup” on a 90s kind of beat and Ali’s mellow flow this song will “make you want to groove can’t sit still”…

Darrion Parker

Representing the city of Palm Bay. Florida rapper Darrion Parker is ruthless in this track produced by Forest Fire aptly titled “No Pity”. In each bar he spits he warns his competition not to come for him. With dope lines like “incinerating when ever I spit,who ever been flowing evaporate quick”. Any enemies will definitely…

Young Giantz

Bringing a new feel good joint , sounding like something yo daddy used to play while switching lanes. L.A.’s  Young Giantz gives us our groove back in this song “Fly High”. In these brother’s bars Duece Mac and Bigg Joe West illustrate the culture of Cali through the beauty of cars in the west. Describing the…

Lil Kevis

Giving a perspective of his street life in this song titled “All I Ask”. Tampa, FL rapper Lil Kevis expresses in his situations dealing with family, friends and his street surroundings he has to question for his people to keep it real. Turning to the studio to shed light on his street situations (streetuations) in this…

Deau X. Boy

If you don’t want to hear another song on the radio with the typical speech of “big bands homie every time I hit the spot I f**ked yo b**ch lets all key this I cop these bricks there go the cops look at my wrist, look at my wrist, look at my wrist “. It’s recommended you listen…

Quindon Johnson

Telling a story of an artist and your friendly neighborhood bongos man. Rantoul, IL artist Quindon Johnson is bringing us a laid back track, produced by Grant Evans from his mix tape “Warm is Out”. In this song we go through a conversation between Quindon and the bongos man.Starting in the smooth catchy chorus basically…

Aceroglyphics

Have you wondered if anyone was making real music anymore? So is Michigan City, IN artist Aceroglyphics. In this track from his mix tape “Conscious Thoughts & Abstract Memories” he expresses in his bars he’s not spitting the retired money, cars, hoes line. He definitely put his heart and soul behind these lyrics with his 90’s…