RetroI$Awesome – Vegeta (Prod. by laneocinco & Qorey)


RetroI$Awesome teams up with Bellflower, CA producers Laneo Cinco & Qorey to deliver “Vegeta”. This record can be appreciated by anime lovers as R$A name drops various characters from the beloved anime series, “Dragon Ball Z”. Catch RetroI$Awesome performing this record live along with a few of his other bangers in LA on Sept 3rd. Grab tickets here!



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Sophia Taylor – Don’t Ask feat. whatisdoms (Prod. by N-Soul)


Rising West African singer that resides in Atlanta Sohpia Taylor is back from her “Sophia’s Interlude” track . Her soft sound and melody can have you in a trance. She’s letting her past ex’s know, “Don’t Ask” her what she doing in her life. You lost out and now you have to watch!

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Lud Foe – “Very Hard” (Prod. By Kid Wond3r)


Lud Foe looks to be the industries next star, with a movement growing enormously, it is pretty hard to deny. The Chicago native seems to be holding Chicago down and the fans are with it, with videos in the millions and audio racking up plays, the name is soon to be everywhere. Today, Lud Foe drops off his latest hit titled, “Very Hard”. A catchy record produced by Kid Wond3r, Lud Foe glides across the track flaunting his wave and crew as he begins to take the throne of Chicago.

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Kenzie – Hotel Lobby (Prod. By E.Jacobs)

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Hats off and salute to upcoming VA/Atlanta spitter Kenzie who continues to progress as his “LyricalMinded” collective suggests. On his latest offering “Hotel Lobby,” Kenzie delivers with a triple threat flow, lyricism, flare and technique.

“Hotel Lobby” is a new slapper produced by Colorado native E.Jacobs who delivers well with a number that suits Kenzie’s style almost perfectly. The record gives off an old school East Coast vibe which Kenzie uses to his advantage as a conscious rapper. “Meet me in the hotel lobby bad bitches beside me, I’m tryna roll this weed up with real niggas around me,” Kenzie spits on the hook. A play on the tracks title, Kenzie spits he learned from Snoop to never beg his women to stay, instead possibly replacing them with one of those very women beside him.


This new joint from Kenzie is arguably one of his best yet as this serves as his first joint following up last month’s “Never Seen.” Producer E.Jacobs is also working on some new sounds, as he’s gearing up to release his first EP Tales From The Void in a few weeks.


Without further ado, hit that play button below, but not before you roll up a joint and kick back.