Atlanta hip hop duo Rae Sremmurd have released visuals for "Real Chill," a track featuring Kodak Black, from their recent SremmLife 2 album.
The house party themed video for "Real Chill" also features cameos from Slim Jxmmi and Swae Lee. You can watch the video here. The band also recently released a video for "Now That I Know," another song off of the same album.
"Real Chill" is the latest single off of SremmLife 2, which was released last August. The third single off of the album, "Black Beatles," has been Rae Sremmurd's biggest success so far, earning the duo and featured artist Gucci Mane their first #1 single on the Billboard chartRead more
“2016 is coming to an end, but the things we address in this song are no closer to ending,” reads the Nex God's opening statement for his latest magnum opus, “The Universe”.
Featured via K100 Radio's Dope New Music Alert, Atlanta-based hip-hop artist and producer Nex God rallies along fellow artists Blizm and JL to his cause—and the result falls nothing short of a collaborative masterpiece, both minimal and mellow, and yet supercharged with such volatile hooks and verses.
Synonymous to the initial statement, Nex God reminds listeners that although the year is at its end, individuals need maintain a sense of urgency, ever pushing towards eliminating such social maladies, such as the latter year's rise in police brutality as weRead more
Proving that one can endure even the toughest of times, Quentin Miller wraps up 2016 with a new five-track EP, following-up with his much-awaited debut album.
I'm sure many, if not most, of us are simply itching for the new year. If anything, the Atlanta emcee nods in sincere agreement, accounting a recent car accident, health issues, unwarranted assault, not to mention stumbling amidst the crossfire of the notorious Drake versus Meek Mill drama. Nevertheless, Miller chooses to mark the year's end with not simply one, but two new projects.
Released on Christmas Eve, Shredded Metal rallies feature artists, Jeremih, CJ Francis, and TheCoolIsMac, as well as producers Reno, Sky Sense, and 30Roc, in an ensemble rostering a cohesive introductoryRead more
Looking for new artists with classic hip-hop vibes? If so, then Kidd Called Quest just dropped the perfect mixtape.
Fueled with golden age sounds while coated with modern innoventions, Sampleholic 2 provides eighteen tracks, both throwbacks and newer ones, that offer the best of both worlds; Of course, mostly drifting towards a retrospective ambiance which the Rochester-based producer strives ever so persistently to provide—from the booming beats of “Gangstas And Hustlers” to the minimal “Five In The Mornin” which also features Scotty ATL.
The collective also rallies a multitude of artists ranging from both rising artists and veteran figures, such as Rapper Big Pooh, Averx, Souletric, Scotty ATL, Craig G, Pumpkinhead,Read more
As the lead MC for the jazz-infused Hip Hop trio, Wheelchair Sports Camp (WSC), Kalyn Heffernan is at the helm of an incredible ride. Recently signed to the Sage Francis-owned label, Strange Famous Records, the Denver-based group has just released its debut album, No Big Deal, which was produced by the late, great Ikey Owens, who had worked with everyone from Jack White and The Mars Volta to Look Daggers and Free Moral Agents. WSC just released one of Heffernan’s most personal singles from the record, “Hard Out Here From A Gimp,” a track that brilliantly illustrates the judgements and stares the 3’6” tall MC experiences on a daily basis. In the RAPstation interview, Heffernan discusses living in Denver, her writing process, Standing Rock,Read more
OptiMystic just dropped his latest music video “Madd Rush”, foreshadowing his much-awaited double album, Day of the Guiding Light/Followed By The Shadow.
The track rallies the likes of Onyx and JR alongside the Aussie rapper, and the result is nothing short of a high-voltage hardcore cranked to the max, complete with such energetic antics as depicted through said visual performance. The video was filmed in the land down under, particularly over a Loftwah Beatsmiff prodcution.
In terms of the album, Day Of The Guiding Light/Followed By The Shadow dons that of a two-disc package, capturing OptiMystic's distinct artistry, devoting both discs to embody the contrasting shades and personas of light and dark. One disc manifesRead more