Darnell Williams – “Coney Island”

Rising rap star Darnell Williams explores controversial topics using racy visuals in this provocative music video for his single “Coney Island,” designed in an 80’s MTV-style format that is best described as Britney Spears meets 2 Live Crew meets NWA. Williams, who started his career as a film director, now …

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So Loyal T2G – “Trap Talk”

Getting started with music as a way to kill time with friends, Carolina rapper So Loyal has been making music for roughly 3 years and now its finally starting to pay off. Gearing up for shows in South Carolina and Mississippi, So Loyal is ringing in the holiday season with …

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GRIZZ – “Hot Air Balloon”

GRIZZ is back with another knockout visual, this time for a brand-new track entitled “Hot Air Balloon.” It’s a moody, slow-burning cut that shows off his knack for melodies and his thoughtful lyricism, which all blends for a sharp track and visual overall. Stay tuned for more as he’s one …

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Jones – “Glory”

Florida’s hip-hop scene has built a reputation for booming bass and distorted 808s, but one of the newer names starting to bubble is taking on a whole other path sonically. Jones has been making noise down south for his potent rap style and knack for thoughtful lyrics, and he’s back …

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Will Wes – “Doggish Ways”

Bred in a small Louisiana town called Houma just an hour from New Orleans and few hours from Baton Rouge, self-described Trap/Pop rapper Will Wes is gaining widespread attention online for his counter culture look crossover appeal to his music. Sporting ear gauges, all black and tattoos across his face …

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[Album] Made Man – Made 4 It @Only1MadeMan

Atlanta continues to be the city dominating the hip hop/ rap industry and it doesn’t seem to show any signs of slowing down. Atlanta native rap artist Made Man is a prime example of the cities thriving music scene. With the release of his new project “Made 4 It“. Made Man delivers one powerful …

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[Video] @MistaKente ‘Black in America’

“Kente” was born November 16th in Albuquerque, NM,and shortly moved to West Memphis, AR . He started writing music at the age of 9. He was the youngest of three kids raised by a single mother, who struggled just to keep food on the table. At the age of 10 he …

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