The first official single from Beautiful Pimp 3 is finally here. Rome Fortune raised our blood pressure with Boo Mobile II and Leotard, both produced by Toro y Moi, along with remixes for Blicka Blicka. Now it’s time to get to the main event.
Jimi Tents is not going away anytime soon. He delivered his newest track, Should’ve Called Pt. 2, via Pigs and Plans on the Beats 1/Apple network last night. Part 1 was a huge fan favorite and it will be great to see where his journey leads him to. Recently it’s gotten him a placement with Footaction on a yet to be disclosed project. Stay tuned.
Buy Should’ve Called Pt. 2 on iTunes HERE
Slowly becoming one of our favorite Texas acts, Maxo Kream‘s descriptive tales paints the perfect picture each time. “Grannies” is no exception as he gives listeners a chance to understand his upbringing with his family in Houston including robberies, drug addictions, even witnessing his Uncle stabbing someone at the age of 6. But these are similar happenings black families go through as Granny were always the glue of the family. Stream below:
Aaron Cohen is someone new indie artist should take notes from. He’s been grinding for some years now and has built himself up to performing on tours and gaining attention overseas. With a new headlining show happening in Paris during his European tour, he also announces a new project “New Grunge City” along with releasing the new single “Cake Up.” Stream below:
Philly’s GrandeMarshall wastes no time and suffers no fools on “Stress,” his first new music since last winter’s My Brothers Keeper LP. This self-produced mission statement channels classic Rap City basement vibes with triumphant synth horns and Grande’s 20 below bars, setting the perfect tone for his upcoming RISK/REWARD EP on Fool’s Gold Records.
Pre-order Grande’s “RISK/REWARD” EP HERE
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Coming off of his 12th release to end 2016, Curren$y (shown above) is in the lab with a collaborative effort with Freddie Gibbs called “Fetti.” Gibbs, who was just acquitted of sexual assault, released “All Day” back in November but has been pretty quiet up until the unreleased cut called “Overtime” featuring Young Buck and Hit Skrewface hit the net. Listen to the track below and also download Spitta’s “12/30” HERE
SDotBraddy has done an exceptional job at building up his brand. Starting out as a teen who worked hard to express himself the best way he could has grown into a serious artist who’s identity matches and has further propelled his craftsmanship. “33177” is a strong representation of said direction and realization of who he is. Stream below:
On the 4th Anniversary of O.N.I.F.C., the Taylor Gang general drops 3 new tracks, Young Millionaires, Speech, and You Party. The Taylor Gang just gifted us with 6 new visuals from Wiz, Ty Dolla $ign, Tuki Carter, Berner, KH, and J.R. Donato so it must be the holiday spirit that has the gang in the giving spirit.