Pittsburgh Hip Hop artist & Army veteran, Crumbzilla will release his debut solo LP, SPC SKEATH, on 2-22-19 via global mainstay RBC Records and his brand new imprint Roger That Records.
Crumbzilla is best known for his work alongside the crews “Dope Means” and “Bilderburgh” whose previous works Government Funded and Speak Easy featured the likes of KXNG Crooked, Canibus, Planet Asia, Timbo King, Block Mc Cloud, Ras Kass and more.
SPC Skeath, Zilla’s debut solo LP boasts “Rise” featuring Rittz & “I Don’t Need That” featuring Blender while the 13-track album includes the likes of Slaughterhouse’s own KXNG Crooked, Wu-Tang’s Killah Priest, Slipknot’s own SID, C-Lance and more and was A&R’d by renowned A&R Matthew “M80” Markoff (Wu-Tang / C.O.B / The Winners / etc.)
You can expect much of Crumbzillas’ content to refer to financial struggles, relationship drama, drug use, the falling-out of friendships and the overall journey that we experience in an effort to accomplish our goals, face our fears, over-come obstacles and remain focused on the ultimate prize; regardless of our individuality.
SPC Skeath will be released on 2-22-2019 via RBC Records / Roger That Records.
Physical CD’s and Bundle packs are available now for SPC Skeath via www.creamrecordsunlimited.com and can be purchased and streamed at all DSP’s:
Coming off of their streak of media runs, super group S.O.xN.Y. (South to New York) has released their independent debut project entitled “ONLY Cool Kids Listen to Us” OCKLTU through 8am Exposure Media. This highly anticipated project features 14 unreleased tracks plus the hot single “Game On The Line” which has gained nearly 4k total streams/views online and aired on various NY radio outlets. Some industry insider favorites include “Fuego” ft. Qua Live who delivers an infectious chorus for the ladies and “S.O.xN.Y.” which features the North Carolina vocalist Josh James. One dangerously deep moment comes at the end of the project on “How you get it” when team member Smoke raps “They tried to kill me in my sleep, so I got sharp” the Staten Island native proclaims over the sampled classic instrumental.
each track displays diversity and a sense of chemistry found only in
those who have worked with each other for a lengthy duration; although
these young men only met via social media October of 2018. Each borough
within NY shines through in it’s own right, within this body of work and
each member carries a sense of leadership for their respective slice of
the big apple. In current times of mass killing, drug dealing, and trap
music saturation, these young men seem poised to bring originality,
skill, and a unique wave into their own lane of music.
Raised in Philadelphia, NYC, and Boston, Solemn is a producer and rapper, navigating through his own personal demons while sharing his story with the world. Today, we have Solemn’s latest release, “Nowhere I,” which premiered on I Am Hip Hop YouTube’s channel. “I wrote Nowhere I when I first quit Heroin three years ago. I was addicted to it and involved with a lot of shady people for about eight years. The song is just meant to share that feeling of isolation, not giving a fuck about anything, and anger,” Solemn shares with us.
A native son of Trenton, NJ, widely known as one of the most dangerous cities in America, Tuck has been entrenched in the trappings of the street life throughout his life and the realities reflect in his music. Today, he unveils the official music video for his single “When I Lost.” In the Quest God-directed clip, Tuck paints a very vivid picture of the hardship he has had to overcome in his life. Juxtaposed to other artists who fabricate their past and glamorize certain aspects of the street, Tuck speaks on his experiences while showing the pitfalls that isn’t often talked about on wax. Check out the visual for “When I Lost.”
Rolling Loud Festival artist Phresher releases his brand new single “All The Smoke.” The track is his first official single of 2019.
Brooklyn rapper Phresher sets the tone for 2019 with the release of his brand new single, “All The Smoke.” He discussed the track on the Sway in the Morning show, “This [song] should come with a disclaimer. This is me. I want all the smoke. This record tells you everything about my mentality and where I’m at.”
A few weeks ago, Phresher held an exclusive listening party for a packed audience at the VC House in Brooklyn where he provided an early listen to “All The Smoke.” On January 24th he premiered a teaser track called “My Buddy” with XXL Mag.
Phresher says, “The whole experience of ‘My Buddy’ was put into the world by a thought on getting back to what inspired me from the beginning — being around my team and doing it for the people around me who believe we could get off the block, and we made it happen.”
Mike Classic releases today his new video for “Insecurities” via RED MUSIC. The women empowering and body positive themed video, which is directed by Ronald Reid, addresses the different insecurities women endure due to society’s standards. The track appears on Mike Classic’s recently released EP If Only You Knew.Click here to watch. Mike Classic’s debut EP If Only You Knew features 7-tracks and production from MusicHustle, KAUISTOPPLAYIN, THE BREED and Remo Da Hitmaker. The EP showcases the rapper’s versatility with both his rapping and singing bringing a culmination of hustle and flow. Using R&B sensibilities, Mike creates an ideal mix of laid back, ride out tunes that do not stray too far from the corner. If Only You Knew follows the release of Mike’s buzz-worthy single “Woosah,” which has garnered nearly 3 million streams. BrysonTiller reposted the record on SoundCloud and Ebro premiered it to the masses via Beats1 Radio. Mike Classic has gained recognition while working with Billboard chart topping artists such as FrenchMontana and Jadakiss. Mike is a singer, songwriter & rapper hailing from Queens, NY, who is gradually pushing his way to notoriety, in hopes of revealing to the world exactly why he considers himself “Classic.” Mike Classic gained recognition while working with Billboard chart topping artists such as French Montana and Jadakiss. After hitting the road on a quick promotional tour, Mike was eager to get back into the studio. With the new EP, If Only You Knew, the rapper/singer shows the world what he has in store.
Lor Choc has released her project ‘Love is Love.’ Releasing right in the middle of “love season”, ‘Love is Love’ is Lor Choc’s second studio album. This 12-track project is not only full of catchy melodies and hard-hitting production, but it also shows the growth and evolution of Choc as a person and as an artist. Whether it’s the thought-provoking, message-driven tracks like “Go Far” and “Ride”, the sonically-pleasing, radio-ready bangers like “You And I” and “My All”, or the triumphant and inspirational jams like “How I Feel” — there’s something for each and every music lover on this project. From start to finish, Lor Choc paints a vivid picture of her version of love as where she comes from, “love” has all sorts of meanings.
Fresh off opening for Lil Baby at a sold out Philadelphia date, Nyeline blasts off her latest single, “Rockstar.” With spacey production courtesy of Johnny215, Nyeline delivers some boastful, fast-paced rhymes while further stamping her traprock style of music. You can find a stream link Nyeline’s “Rockstar” below.