To drop an album as personal as Adam Reverie’s “Soul Ties” EP is a feat that requires some honesty and self-reflecting. That is just what Adam does in his new video supporting the EP’s single “The Emancipation”. Watch as he takes us to his hometown of Detroit for a stunning night-shot clip.
Anime and hip-hop may not be the most obvious correlation, but it is one that has existed dating back to earlier examples like Wu Tang and others. Jackson, MS rhymesmith SilaS is taking the two concepts to a higher level in his new visual. Titled “Kage Level Freestyle”, the record itself see’s the Naruto-dressed MC unleashing some powerful bars. Check that out below.
Separating yourself from the norm is something that is ever important in music and life in general. For DMV natives Al Chike and Msanii they bring that concept to life on “HeavyVille Chronicles”. This EP clocks in at 8-tracks of energetic records that are sure to get you moving. Listen below and stay locked for more to come from both musicians in the future.
Ray Kincaid preps everyone for the release of his new project “Bizarre Arcade” with a sequel to his “Artistic Depression” standout Handshake. The thunderous single acts as the perfect introduction to his honest form of lyricism to anyone who may be new to him. Listen now.
D. Horton is back once more and using 2 Chainz’ single “Big Amount” as a canvas for his flows. This is just yet another teaser to his new EP which should be coming any day now.
As D. Horton preps for a new EP and A3C performance, he gives a brief look into the vibe of his live performance. Filmed by Rey Leubh, “Connection” catches the Mississippi MC releasing his inner thoughts on the performance arena from his own perspective. He has personally touted it as the “best rap show on Earth”, so find out why.
Varus Bell is making his way on the scene with a brand new release that shows a personal side to the rising artist. Teaming with Nevi Brandan, Varus touches on love in a track titled “Trust Issues”. The record is very introspective, speaking on a relationship that is failing due to past issues becoming mental roadblocks. Listen below and purchase on your favorite platforms like outlets like outlets like iTunes, Spinrilla, Amazon, and others.
Mississippi’s D. Horton returns with a familiar face in KTGotBeats for his latest offering. Titled “For Love”, the single is smooth slow burner which will instantly bring back memories of the 90’s from it’s sound to content. The production samples Tupac, and see’s the MC pondering on society as we know it and the things that have caused them to be structured this way. As D. Horton gears up for a September, 23rd release it’s clear he is focused and ...
Do you remember what you were doing 5 years ago? Rising rapper Quez Co’Dean does as he was at a serious lowpoint. Broke, teetering back between the streets and trying to stay straight, a newfound father, things were hard for Quez. That’s why today is such an important moment as his long-awaited “5 Years Later” mixtape marks his return to music. Listen as the artist reflects on the troubles in his life and how they have shaped him into who ...
The south is often associated with being much slower than it’s northern counterparts, but in the case of Moss Point, Mississippi’s Fatt Fisher he is showing that the streets are moving quickly and that he represents that side well. On his debut mixtape “Wealth, Weed & Women”, Fisher keeps the trap tunes plentiful while still addressing the ladies on singles like “Tonight” and “Staring” featuring Chad Cox. Throughout the 12-track tape the rising rapper makes an impression that can only ...
Mississippi’s Coast Stokes presents his “Journey To The Millions” mixtape. On the set the rapper pens hood-influenced rhymes in a manner that is quickly earning him praise throughout his region. Stream it now via Spinrilla and Livemixtapes and check out his visual for “Is It Wrong” below.
Relly Jade is back after her “Love Goat III” EP and bringing a stunning new visual. Directed by Jason Lindner, “Hustle” see’s Relly spitting some of her ever-poetic words over an instrumental inspired by 50 Cent. The visual also contains a surprising ending so be sure to watch til the end.