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St. Louis MO natives, Robbo Brilliant and EJ Carter team up for a new Midwest anthem titled, “From the Lou” that also serves as a tribute for the late Michael Brown – the unarmed Black teen from Ferguson, MO in 2014.
The Lou” tells the story of what it’s like to reside in a city infested
with crime, drugs, and police killings. And how to rise above it. Part
of the filming for the video took place in Ferguson, as well.
His meteoric ascension aside, it’s miraculous that Conway is even still alive, much less the new face of Eminem’s Shady Records. After suffering a bullet to the back of the head in 2012, the gnarly incident changed the technical way he rhymed, prompting him to adopt an off balance, but commanding and exacting flow, which Conway employs to depict the autobiographical world he expertly raps about and lives in—and as he knows, the consequences of the game are brutal.
Griselda’s (Conway The Machine, Benny The Butcher & Westside Gunn) rise, both collectively and individually is palpable. From their inauspicious Buffalo roots, to signing with Eminem and Shady Records, the Griselda juggernaut has created a real and sustaining moment. That movement is unified, authentic, raw, unfiltered, vivid and raw. And there is no disputing that a real street ethos exists; one that has taken the music industry by storm.
Over the three volumes of his Everybody Is F.O.O.D.franchise, Conway’s credo has been you’ve got to eat what you kill and that’s how you get to where you’re going. Nothing personal, nothing friendly and no handshakes. Cold and calculated; that’s The Machine.
While we await Griselda to unleash their forthcoming group project for Shady Records (What Would Chine Gun Do which will be released in September) and Conway’s solo project for Shady Records (God Don’t Make Mistakes, which will be released in October and features the lead-single “Bang!” featuring Eminem), Conway recently announced his prelude project, Look What I Became…, which will be released by Griselda Records and is executive produced by Westside Gunn. To formally announce the project, Conway grabbed his Griselda brothers to join him on the projects lead-single, “Tito’s Back,” and today he returns with “Vino D” featuring Dave East, Jim Jones and El Camino. “Vino D” was exclusively premiered by Hypebeast.
“Westside Gunn actually came up with the title for the track. Vino D was one of my homies that lost his life, so we wanted to celebrate him and do something ill in his memory” Conway commented to Hypebeast. “It’s dope to collaborate with two of my homies in Capo and Dave East, and they also happen to be two of my favorite rappers. The homie JR Swiftz sent me the beat and it was insane and my lil bro El Camino laid a crazy hook for it; that gives it a summertime in the hood feel. Look What I Became… is a gift to all my day one fans and also my new fans to introduce them to this Griselda shit; and get them ready for the Shady debut God Don’t Make Mistakes.”
Look What I Became… will be released on 9-13-19 and features guest appearances and production from Benny The Butcher, Westside Gunn, Dave East, Jim Jones, Alchemist, Statik Selektah, DJ Muggs and Daringer.
Manhattan-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist is a Jazz
vocalist, ukulele aficionado and Johnny Mercer Foundation Award
recipient. Utilizing her musical talents, Evie writes and performs songs
that empower women, and sheds light on various issues. Her latest? A
musical perspective on Jeffrey Edward Epstein.
American financier turned convicted sex offender has been highly
publicized for all the wrong reasons. This past July, he was arrested on
federal charges for sex trafficking minors in Florida and New York. He was then found dead in his jail cell a month later.
Evie’s angelic tone is intertwined with a dash of sarcasm in her “Why, Jeffrey Edward Epstein?” performance video. “It’s not that we’re gonna miss you, but we’ve got some questions. Like who was complicit with you, in your massage sessions?”
Social Media: Instagram: @EvieJoyMusic (11.9K Followers)
Akhil Sesh’s latest video for “Amazing” recently premiered on Rolling Stone India and it’s proving to be his biggest visual yet. The exciting and smooth easy-going song finds the rapper exploring just how good life really is. He manuevers through the metallic autotuned landscape with ease, showing why he’s one of Detroit’s hottest up and comers.
Detroit’s Billionaire B has connected with Coach Joey and Cory Jones for a romantic ballad, “Rollin,” that is everything you can imagine when these three link-up. Cory Jones poignant vocals explore different manners of love as Billionaire B and Joseph McFashion bring in raps about their significant others.
Molly Brazy is launching her first project of 2019 with the sexually confident banger, “Wood,” pint-sized Detroit-based Molly Brazy wants to leave a lingering impression before the end of the year. Exploiting the double-entendre of “would” vs his “wood”, Molly gathers her girl gang for a choreographed function that takes place all over the city, including a parking garage, freeway underpass, park bench, and an alleyway. “Wood” the lead single off her newly announced album, Built To Last, due September 27th via EMPIRE.
Built To Last, an album full of rapid-fire cadences, confident girl-anthems, and melodic slappers. Built To Last follows the 2018 release of Queen Pin, which earned coverage from The FADER, Complex, HYPEBEAST, ELEVATOR and more. Built To Last features an appearance from Kash Doll, and production from Go Grizzly, Pooh Beatz, and more. Tracklist and artwork below.
kNERO Lapaé‘s self-produced and directed video, “Don’t Count,” was shot in downtown LA. The concept of the video is based on kNERO taking hostage of the so called “elite issues of the world” and deleting them from the society. Check it out below.
“City For Sale is a breakup album. A relationship album. Instead of a woman, it’s about my hometown…YOUR hometown…your old way of living. Growing apart from a place, from people, from who you once were. Because I’m from a currently gentrifying city that theme is on the surface of the album but the overall narrative is for any person that feels unfamiliar in a space that was currently familiar to them. This album is me finding my new comfort zone because I have to.
The City For Sale album is the first time I’ve produced an entire album on my own including making every beat. Even Donwill’s recent One Word No Spaces LP (which I’m credited as the producer) was co-produced and co-arranged by Donwill. That’s something we always wanted to do. City For Sale is another personal goal for me. I’ve been afraid to do an entire album alone until now….if this shit is wack it’s all my fault. With that said this is my calling card album. This is the one I will hopefully be known for when it’s all said and done.”
City For Sale features appearances from Homeboy Sandman, Donwill and Fresh Daily and to celebrate the release of his new album, Von releases a dual visual for the projects lead-single “Doorbell.”
Most may know Lou Williams as the silent assassin 3-time NBA 6th Man of the year off the LA Clippers… but he’s more than that. Lou Will has been breaking records on and off the court, dropping fire bars on his latest single, Rebound ft. vocalist Mitchelle’l, off his upcoming projectUnderground Goat. Underground Goat, to be released end of September, will be Lou’s 3rd released project and anticipated to be the best to date. In this visual, you will spot Lou and a love interest spending quality time after going through rough patches in their love life. Relatable to so many people, this track is one any person can vibe with.