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St. Louis Rapper Rahli Releases Debut Project “Dellwood Market”

With a handful of burgeoning videos out and more on the way, St. Louis rapper, Rahli, takes advantage of the momentum, releasing his debut mixtape, Dellwood Market, available on all DSPs and mixtape platforms.
With a unique voice, style, and delivery, Rahli proves on Dellwood Market he’s not just a one-trick pony. On “Same Shit,” Rahli “alternates between gruffness and sweetness as he details a dead-end relationship from an outside perspective,”The Fader notes. This is vastly different than the energetic, “Perc 30,” which found success in the Triller community and “24 Hours,” a catchy collaboration with 1017 rapper Z Money, produced by the elusive Richie Souf. The Dellwood area rapper rounds out the project with introspective tracks like “Oooh Child,” and “Love For Tha Block,” evoking pain and exhibiting raw storytelling.
Fighting poverty, oppression, and generally finding his footing in one of the most dangerous environments in the United States, Rahli initially caught a break in 2016 with the regional summer song, “Born Bae Bae,” ultimately landing him a nod in Complex’s “Bout To Blow” feature series. Dellwood Market is evidence that Rahli has something to prove and this is just the beginning.. no slowing down in sight. Tracklist:

Rahli – Dellwood Market Listen here: http://smarturl.it/DellwoodMarket

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Breeze Dollaz – “Dear Summer (EP)”

East Coast emcee, Breeze Dollaz, tops off the season with a brand new 3-track project titled, Dear Summer.

We’re still anticipating new visuals to accompany the tape, as we know Breeze Dollaz doesn’t like to keep his fans waiting for the magic and constant hard work he puts in – in and out the studio…

What single would you like to see a video for first?

Let us know! In the meantime, checkout, Dear Summer, below! 

Twitter:
@BreezeDollaz

Wale Releases ‘Wow…That’s Crazy’ Album

Grammy-nominated rapper and actor Wale releases his anxiously awaited new album and first for Warner RecordsWow…That’s Crazy today. Get it HERE

Yesterday, Wale dropped a Great Gatsby themed video for his song celebrating women of color, “BGM.” Earlier this month, he paved the way for the album’s arrival with Love & Loyalty” [feat. Mannywellz]. Inciting critical praise, UPROXX dubbed it, “an upbeat, Nigerian Afropop-influenced dance song, and Essence touted it among, “Heavy Rotation: 6 Songs We Added To Our Playlist This Week.” Meanwhile, Billboard noted, “It’s just the beginning of an exciting fall for Wale. 

Wale set the stage for Wow… That’s Crazy with his biggest single in six years. The smash “On Chill” [feat. Jeremih] not only holds the #1 spot at Urban Radio and is certified gold status, but it also emerges as his “highest-charting Hot 100 entry since ‘Bad’ in 2013.” In less than three months, it played to an audience of 400 million-plus! Claiming real estate on prominent Hip-Hop and R&B playlists across all DSPs, it’s also inching close to 187 million total streams to date. Watch the Daniel CZ-directed music video HERE

Wale will perform “On Chill” [feat. Jeremih] on The Wendy Williams Show on October 15 and later that night, hip-hop journalist Elliott Wilson will interview Wale in front of a live audience for Wilson’s Tidal series, “CRWN.”  A live performance of new songs from the album will be featured on VEVO’s popular “CTRL Session” series. The media blitz continues with an ESPN takeover on October 16. Wale recently dropped by The Kelly Clarkson Show and The Real, showing a different side of himself in these candid conversations. 

You can catch Wale igniting venues across the country on the “Everything Is Fine” Tour. Amidst a series of sold-out dates, J Cole made a special appearance in North Carolina. See the full itinerary below and purchase tickets on Wale’s website www.walemusic.com.

Rising Hip-Hop Artist YB Debuts New Album Fire & Desire

Rising hip-hop artist YB debuts his new album Fire & Desire which features the popular singles “Clark Kent” and “My Shot.”

Fire & Desire takes listeners on a journey through the peaks and valleys of YB’s life since bursting onto the music scene in 2014 with his debut album Salvation. Each track is raw, honest and a clear depiction of his experiences. From songs like “Dear Soldiers” to “Worth It” YB is bold in his truth. As an advocate for youth empowerment, YB aims to uplift younger fans through the lyrical content heard on Fire & Desire.

The award winning hip-hop news site All Hip-Hop stated, “This [“My Shot”] is a pretty cool song.”

YB’s new album Fire & Desire is a reflection of the sentiments expressed by music enthusiast throughout the country. The 11-track project has the potential to surpass the success of his previous album God Still Has Soldiers 2 which peaked at #20 on the iTunes Christian & Gospel charts.

“The journey on this album included the mountaintops and valleys, states YB when asked about Fire & Desire. “I think expressing that side of the journey has become more crucial than ever before.”

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Griff/Scorcese Present Dream Team: A Stokely Hathaway Joint

Dream Team: A Stokely Hathaway Joint is a collaborative project from Chicago producer Jason Griff, Philadelphia Rapper Scorcese Lorde Jones, and wrestling manager and 1996 Source Award Winner Stokely Hathaway. Originally a commissioned mixtape, Dream Team morphed into a full-scale album, marrying our shared loved for dope samples, great raps, and obscure wrestling references. While Stokely has moved on to WWE/NXT (nka Malcolm Bivens), the project lives on through the same independent spirit that has made Stokely a PREMIERE talent in the pro wrestling industry. This album was created as a soundtrack of sorts for his management company – only champions need apply. Guest starring independent luminaries such as Vic Spencer, Mr. Lif, Zilla Rocca, Sauce Hei$t, Jamal Gasol, and Curly Castro, Dream Team is the money, the cars, the questionable business deals –  truly a Stokely Hathaway Joint! 

Dream Team: A Stokely Hathaway Joint: Bandcamp LinkSpotify LinkApple Music

Website: GriffxScorcese.Bandcamp.com
Social Media: (Twitter & Instagram): @JihadScorcese, @IamJasonGriff

Dark Lo’s New Album ‘American Made’ Now Available & New “Ripped Apart” Video Feat Benny The Butcher

Born and raised in Philadelphia, Dark Lo is best known for bringing his signature gritty delivery and street bars over smooth, soulful production.  Also known as “The Crook”, Dark Lo spent the majority of his young adult life in and out of prison.  It wasn’t until Lo met AR-AB that he turned his attention to hip hop.  

Despite always having a passion for music, AR-AB convinced Lo of his talent and he decided to take his craft to the next level.  Over the years, Dark Lo has released several acclaimed albums including The CrookSK TalesDarkaveli, and Ron Harvey Jr..  Most recently, Lo was named one of Complex’s ‘Underground Rappers You Should Know’ and teamed up with Harlem based producer V Don to bring you their collaborative album Timeless.

Now Lo is further cementing his place with the release of his new album, American Made, which is now available for streaming and features appearances from Benny The Butcher, AR-AB and production from V Don among others. 

After premiering the album’s lead-single single, “Ripped Apart,” featuring Benny The Butcher with Complex, today Lo releases the visual for The Butcher assisted single as well.    

Dark Lo’s American Made is now available to stream at your preferred DSP: http://smarturl.it/vt0k4h

Radamiz’s New Album ‘Nothing Changes If Nothing Changes’ Now Available Via Payday Records & New Lyric Video

“Bringing New York back” is a phrase to describe rappers restoring the grittiness of the ‘90s, steeped in lyricism and storytelling without compromising their sound for a mainstream hit. For Radamiz, a skilled battle rapper and artist from Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, he’s taken those core elements of hip-hop and modernized them, possessing a fresh, throwback flow. A hip-hop kid who grew up studying the lyrics of Jadakiss and Notorious B.I.G., as well as listened to Jay-Z, Eminem, D12, and G-Unit as he got older, Radamiz is the quintessential East Coast rapper.

Raised by Dominican-immigrant parents in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn’s Sumner Projects complex, 26-year-old MC Radamiz’s story is unlike a story told before. From being influenced to start rapping at the age of 12 outside of his first job packing groceries at a local supermarket, to highlights such as being declared as Hot 97’s East Coast “Who’s Next” artist and opening for the likes of of Kendrick Lamar, Rakim, A$AP Ferg, Talib Kweli, Mos Def, Action Bronson, Pro Era, Tunji Ige, Chuck Inglish, Smoke DZA, Vic Mensa, Smif-N-Wessun, Nitty Scott MC, and many more.  Radamiz has also been busy performing at venues all over NYC including SOB’s, Webster Hall, Santos Party House, YouTubeSpaceNY and a main stage performance at the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival. 

After premieres with Billboard, and HipHopDx for his Statik Selektah produced single “Fake Gucci” and a sold out album listening party, today, the Brooklyn native and one of XXL’s “15 New York Rappers to Look Out For”  releases his new album Nothing Changes If Nothing Changes via Payday Records. 

“This album deals with my insecurities and biggest strengths. It glorifies the trying times of the past as the walkway to self acceptance. It’s New York, it’s the Dominican Republic, it’s wherever I’ve called “home” Radamiz declares.  “Nothing Changes if Nothing Changes” is my attempt at immortality through music while facing my mortality now. Life is too short to not address the things that need to be changed to improve your overall circumstance and this album plays like the instruction manual on how to accept the past, face your present, and fine tune the arrival of an ideal future.”

Radamiz’s Nothing Changes If Nothing Changes album is now available to stream at your preferred DSP: https://ffm.to/ncnc

Watch Radamiz’s “Fake Gucci” Video (Prod. By Statik Selektah): https://youtu.be/hL_TWTsciB4

Social Media:
https://twitter.com/radamiz
https://www.instagram.com/radamiz/
https://www.facebook.com/radamiz/
https://soundcloud.com/radamiz

Virginia Rising Rapper Drew Famous New Album ‘MIA’

MIA” is Virginia rapper Drew Famous‘ third full-length release, following 2017’s “Yearbook” & 2018’s “800DASH” with producer 1995. The album has production credits from HighDefRazjah, Asaiah Ziv, & others, with features from frequent collaborators Parkboy PLAY & Levi Hinson. “MIA” was mixed & mastered by Kaleb Mitchell, with artwork designed by Parkboy PLAY & Kevin Hackett.


Twitter: @drewisfamous

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