GNS Goldennick drops “Money and Gucci,” one part old-school and one part Trap. “If you ain’t talkin’ damn money, i don’t wanna talk to you.”
Reptile the Hustler’s “Jungle in the Streets” is a real-life tale of the struggle for young black men to thrive and survive.
Maz Michigan’s “Most of the Time” shines a light on both his formidable lyrical skills as well as a creative and psychedelic production style.
Bruce Buddah’s “Light Supersedes Darkness” is a wild psychedelic ride covering everything from a bad trip to a whacked-out job interview.
From its ambient piano moods, Hip-hop groove and dark and bluesy guitar solo, Vidal’s “The Devil’s Eyes” is an adventurous song that defies classification.
Darlington, South Carolina rapper and producer SC is back in 2020 with the expanded and remixed, “Shock Combat HD.” 21 tracks stylistically spanning the history of R&B and Hip-Hop
Reniery’s “La Lucha” is a Hip-hop track about overcoming adversity, rising above hardship and being the best version of oneself.
Los Angeles’ Capo Corleone is a multi-talented king of all media. His latest single, “Paid” with B. Gullie is an ode to payday.
In addition to his skills as a musician and boxer, Joshua Michael is a father and a hardworking man with Crohn’s Disease.
Junior Drummond’s “Hurricane” highlights his unique style, combining a hardcore technique with a stoner sense of humor. The single drops 5/15/20