Sometimes taking a break is necessary to maintain balance and sanity. It is also said that absence should “cultivate an air of unpredictability”. Throughout his career, he’s produced a strong discography and has gained the respect of many. While using the 17th Law of Power to his advantage, Larry June returns with his new single, “Back Rappin“. Blessing a DVME production, the Bay Area artist steps in the booth and lays down an organic track smothered with his authentic adlibs. Take a few minutes to enjoy Larry June’s new record below.
Notoriously known for his bouncy flow and his arsenal of beats on his hard drive, Rich The Kid keeps the momentum rolling on his campaign by dropping off his new single, “Cookies & Sherbert“. Named after a pair of his favorite strands of cannabis, the Atlanta native delivers yet another dope record and is gearing up to finish the year with consecutive records. Grab your utensils and spark up to the new record below.
“Cookies & Sherbert” – Rich The Kid (Prod. By: Nard & B):
The foundation of Hip-Hop was built with lyrical ballads and messages reflecting the moral compass of the masses. In valiant efforts to bring forth a new era that requires new artists to use a pen and pad, Jay Dot Deep recruits Sy Ari & Quentin Miller for his new record/visuals, “Words From The Wise“. Directed By Dontell Antonio and produced by TEAUXNY, L’s and Sy Ari, the three emcee’s show off their strength in lyricism and challenges other artists to bring their “A game” in the booth. For those who believe “Hip-Hop” is dead, this record will give your ears the proper resuscitation. Enjoy the new visuals above.
Keeping the “Screws Day” tradition alive, DJ MuziSean releases his chopped not slopped version of F.L.Y‘s recent single, “It’s Whateva“. This record is the first single from the Stone Mountain trio’s resurrection and it’s definitely a hit record on all scales. Click the link below to enjoy this ode to H-Town’s notable creations.
“It’s Whateva” – F.L.Y. (Chopped & Screwed By: DJ MuziSean):
Side stepping all the negative connotations that are attached with being a stoner, Willy J Peso takes a lyrical approach to addressing the issues that plague the youth. On his record, “Indica“, the Detroit native expresses his point of view on his peers in his neighboring areas aren’t in suitable conditions to sprout to their full potential and the one way they cope with the nonsense is to inhale the relaxing herbs. This single is from one of his previous projects and puts things in perspective. Check out the SP Detroit productions above and click here to enjoy the “Indica” EP.