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Chicago’s DooWop is a member of Chief Keef’s Glo Gang and he will release his new project, Cappin’ Ain’t Dead, on 7-19-19.
The album features appearances from Lil Uzi Vert, Chief Keef (who appears on four tracks) and Zaytoven who produces two tracks.
The album title, Cappin’ Ain’t Dead, and the projects lead-single Cap Flow” featuring Lil Uzi Vert and produced by Chief Keef are both a dedication to DooWop’s blood-brother Capo, who was gunned down in a drive-by shooting on Chicago’s South Side in 2015.
Chief Keef is fresh off the release of his most recent project, GloToven, which was entirely produced by Zaytoven and debuted at #2 on Apple’s Hip Hop chart.
“It’s a visual story of wanderlust with the first of two, one-shot music videos. We’ve matured and grown so much as a band, with both our touring experience and bringing a more raw + alternative sound. We’re looking forward to sharing part two of this video along with our upcoming album. Let this track be your good vibes summer mantra.” – Eden Warsaw
Da$h & V Don are two of the more compelling rising artists in Hip-Hop and today they released their new collaborative EP 5 Deadly Venoms!
V Don is a Harlem based producer known for his work with A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg, 2 Chainz, The Game & Dave East, while Da$h hails from Hackensack, NJ. Both have built their respective empires from the ground up with their own unique styles.
In particular, Da$h has captivated fans around the world with his lyrical “lifestyle rap” and charismatic performances. The young artist has trail-blazed his own path and is driven by an all or nothing attitude and his unwavering self-expression. In a saturated industry, Da$H maintains a sound completely his own, blending the themes of classic flamboyant flavor mixed with a modern twist of grittiness from day to day life experiences.
After a slew of projects over the years, Da$H & V Don have unified and collaborated to bring the masses a new project, 5 Deadly Venoms, which will also take them across the sea to Japan for a six-city promotional tour throughout East Asia. The projects only guest appearance is from Meechy Darko (of Flatbush Zombies & Beast Coast) who graces the standout single, “Fangs,” which was premiered by Complex.
“This project was a very organic process” V Don stated to Complex. “Each beat that V Don produced was a different style and it enabled me to viciously attack each track with different energies and cadences that complimented each one perfectly” Da$h commented to Complex.
Just a few weeks after separating from Warner Records, Phora reveals the title, artwork, and release date for his debut album as a newly independent entity. Titled Bury Me With Dead Roses, the Cali-based rap act will liberate the LP in its entirety on July 26th. In conjunction with project reveal comes the official video for “On My Way.” Once again tapping director 6th Element, the HD-clip is yet another visual reputation of Phora’s multifaceted abilities on and behind the camera. Phora on the upcoming LP: This album isn’t for me. This album is for everyone. We all love too hard and hurt. We all have demons. We all want to feel SOMETHING. We are all lost. But NEVER let your past hurt your future. Struggle inspires growth and change comes when we least expect it. I’ve learned that the beauty of being broken is knowing that one day, we will be fixed. All wounds heal and all scars fade with love.
Watch “On My Way” below and check out his previous drop “Forgive Me” | HERE. Bury Me With Dead Roses out soon!
Detroit star Sada Baby takes a trip out to the Bay to link up with rising star Ricky Styles for an in ya face new video called, “Caught A Body”. This release showcases both emcees raw creativity, and heavy hitting word play.
Directed by YT510 Filmz, the two new sensations address the haters with acts of violence and trendsetting rhymes. Playing off one another, Sada and Ricky impress with iced-out bars and designer fabrics. Don’t let the clothes fool you, the two are ready to get their hands dirty. The ethereal DJ Buddy Epps produced beat, takes their melodic flow to new heights.
Gritty, money motivating, and so much more, this visual is the perfect follow up to Styles’ previous effort, “Troublemaker.” As this is his best work to date, “Caught A Body” is scheduled to appear on his upcoming effort, White Lines.
If you enjoy this video, you will love Sada Baby’s new project, Bariter Bounty. This new project features guest appearances from Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Ashley Sorrell, and Drego to name a few. Press play below to get to know Sada Baby and Ricky Styles a little better.
Memphis rapper Young Trap is back with his new album “Hustle & Glow.” The album features: Boosie Badazz, Too $hort, with production from Drumma Boy, Dmac Too Bangin, and Ayoo Meco! Trap also released a documentary with the album that shows where he grew up and previews the music!
My new self-produced full-length album, SCORCHER, is my first real step into the world as a solo artist. With the exception of a few choice string parts, I wrote every lyric, played every instrument, and sang every vocal on this record. From the first demos through to the final mix, I was at the helm the whole way.
The album cover features a metal horse sculpture that is pieced together with random spare parts, scrap metal, and old tools. It was created by my dad, Cary Clarke, who is an incredible creative force. He didn’t necessarily set out to make a beautiful piece of art, he just didn’t know what to do with all of these small, useless odds and ends. It’s over five feet tall, and it lives outside in my parent’s garden. A bird made a nest in its chest cavity, and lays eggs there almost every year. This is symbolic of how I approach making my own music, bringing small pieces and influences together, from wherever I can find them, to try and make something beautiful. SCORCHER is named after a motorcycle my dad made when I was a teenager. It’s made out of spare parts that were just lying around our yard – a couple old bicycles, a lawnmower with the blade missing, and other odds and ends from broken pieces of machinery. It represents the same things the horse does, but SCORCHER sounds way cooler than METAL HORSE.
Duval county native, Trap Beckham, ignites the summer heat with a new project entitled “HEATWAVE,” and a new single from the project that is in the top 10 most added records on the urban radio airways. With production that includes Suede the Remix God, Scotty Music, Ekzakt, Kosine of Da Internz on the fourteen-track compilation from the multifaceted artist. Beckham ignited the project with the track entitled “Hit It” that features femcee legend Trina, Tokyo Jetz, and DJ Diggem. The song sparked a digital challenge that took over social media upon its release. Following this single, Trap released his latest track entitled “Sundress Season” which dropped on the first official day of summer 2019 featuring international beauty and entertainer, Amara La Negra. Beckham who charismatically continues to deliver trap-party anthems that goes viral worldwide, wanted to show more diversity with this new single that collides a Caribbean feel while keeping an urban twist. The visual premiered on BET Networks, Music Choice and digitally which moved the song into a rising position currently #8 on the radio airways. Talent including west coast legend, Too Short, Dallas native, Yella Beezy, and Mistah Fab amongst more are featured on “HEATWAVE.”
Known for his hard-hitting club records, Beckham is no stranger to making hits that trend and remain timeless. The Duval rapper continues to bring a twist to the traditional “trap” music with an infusion of a pop and dance feel behind the production. Trap’s new project direction is a focus that emulates the growth in his artistry while fueling a music catalogue that speaks diversity, great energy and a vibe on each record. “HEATWAVE” is currently available on all digital streaming platforms.
In a society where women are the top emerging business owners, entrepreneurs, and entertainers Project Girls Club couldn’t have picked a better time to reveal their movement. This diverse group of women includes some the industry’s most respected female artists, songwriters, radio personalities, business owners, actress and more. In an effort to provide a network for women, created by women, Project Girls Club is reminiscent of an entertainment sorority with beautiful and talented women who are all driven, passionate and supportive of each other.
Their latest achievement is the release of their very bossy summertime song “Heavy” featuring Mika Means, Shanell, Akbar V and D Woods. Mika Means is a successful singer and songwriter. Shanell is Young Money’s singer, songwriter and best kept secret. Akbar V is an up and coming rapper making her way into the mainstream on the latest season of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta. D Woods is a singer, actress and former member of Danity Kane. Their single “Heavy” is the perfect song that combines their four styles and shows that Project Girls Club is a new group of powerful, talented women that know how to have fun and make waves!
Chazo is a Hip-Hop artist/CEO from Harlem, New York. He is the owner of his own publishing company, Familyloyaltyoughtawin Music, which was founded in 2010. Since then, Chazo has grown as both a businessman and an artist. His newest release comes as a single titled “Money Make World Go Round.” Smooth vocals open the track, then Chazo takes things into a high note, before dropping into a slick and persistent flow that will have listeners sit up and take notice of why the buzzing emcee should be on everyone’s radar. “Money Make World Go Round” is streetwise lyrics provoking emotions and thoughts at it’s finest. Check it out below.