Another One. Mixing a little sultry, fadedness, and a classic Nelly sample, Jitta On The Track has provided the ultimate weed tokin’ anthem, for stoners around to enjoy. Looping Nelly‘s, Ride With Me, Jitta is searching for his Mary Jane (both literally and figuratively) to accompany him on this L Ride, as he takes over the layered, bas filled production created by himself and Curt of The Young Boys .
Check out the Jitta On The Track’s self produced, latest offering L Ride.
Connecticut’s own Chris Webby is taking us on a lit stroll through the beach, partaking in 4/20 festivities, his own, peaceful way as he revamps Lana Del Ray‘s track. Webby made sure to provide us with a double dose in celebration, by delivering the mellow smoking testimony, and a collaborative smoking anthem. In the second ode to the unofficial national holiday, The CT repper teamed up with B- Real of Cyprus Hill , Demrick and Zacari, to describe their love for a certain strain of marijuana.
Listen to High By The Beach and Sativa, here.
Rising star, TroopBrand has let off a smooth hit with Saucin’. Filled with playful punchlines and venting, incase you wondering what a day in his life looks like. With a faint echo playing throughout the production, TroopBrand’s laid back, soothing flow is bound to draw you in one way or another.
Take a trip into Troopbrand‘s world, with Saucin‘ and kick off your spring/summer 16’ right with this anthem.
The beautifully, multi talented, Kali Uchis first blazed the scene with her 2015 project Por Vida, now she has returned with her smooth hit Only Girl, accompanied by Steve Lacy and Vince Staples. In the video for Only Girl, Kali brings you back into the 1960’s-70’s, securing her number one spot with a vintage look, as she has Lacey and Staples swooning for her love, regretting whatever damage they may have done.
Vince Staples adds the perfect twist to the track with his verse. Check out the fun and animated visuals , directed by Kali Uchis her self, behind Only Girl.
Consistency is Key, and Curren$y knows this all too well. In honor of every chiefers un-official national holiday, Spitta has added yet another project under his belt for 2016, while letting off the perfect soundtrack right on 4/20. Produced by Purp of the infamous 808 mafia, Curren$y has let off a short but sweet , 6 track piece with only one feature, MMG Boss Rick Ross.
Filled with bars influenced by women, vices, old school rides and getting lit, stream Bourbon Street Secrets. here.
CT’s own CRSLYRC, takes his talents to NYC in the official video behind his anthem Sea Rich. In the visuals CRSLYRC, tells a tale that many can relate to. We’re all trying to get to that end goal, a sea filled with riches. Watch as the CT native overlooks sky scrapers, while venting in his latest offering.
Follow the CRSLYRC on his grind, and check out the official video behind Sea Rich, here, featured on his latest project Raw Dawg.
Pro Era repper Kirk Knight, although taking over Europe on tour and pretty much selling out every spot he lands in, Knight has managed to deliver new heat. Rhyming over a warped production, Take That showcases Knight’s signature flow, while the Kreeper oozes out a few punchlines, while giving listeners a brief introduction, into his world.
Check out the latest from Kirk Knight, with Take That.
Writer: Adriela Batista
Money is the motive. With Buda and Grandz on a killer production, Dave East bangs out another hit with, Money! East asks the age old question, what would the world do without the Money? The Harlemite takes us through his hustle, grind and slip ups, while explaining what drives those around him to get to the green.
Listen to the latest offering from Dave East with Money.
Writer: Adriela Batista
Providing nothing but sultry sounds, On Cue has let go of a smooth joint bound to make connect lovers nation wide. In 3 AM, Cue tells a tale of two strangers, laying eyes upon each other and now he’s trying to make the rest of history. Professing his want for the lucky lady, Cue creates the ultimate love song, keeping Cuffin’ Season in full effect.
Listen to 3 AM, here (Although I don’t recommend hearing this at 3 AM, unless you have that special one already on speed dial).
Writer: Adriela Batista
Consistently delivering, whether solo or on a joint piece, D.R.A.M. has been on one since stepping on the scene. His melodic flow and fun bars makes the VA repper, a go to artist for feel good music. This time around he has linked up with another rising star Lil Yachty for an upbeat production venting on their beloved Broccoli.
Detailing their weedcapades, D.R.A.M. spits bars influenced by that good ol’ mary jane, while Yachty follows suit, adding his personal twist to the collab. Listen to the latest offering from D.R.A.M. featuring Lil Yachty on Broccolli.