Straight out of the 860, Yung Vice City links with New London crooner Craigy F for a collaboration made for the books. The fun, light hearted track is perfect to ride around too as Yung Vice City brings you in with a catchy chorus, before Craigy F, kills the track with his verse and swag.
With no further explanations, listen to Yung Vice City X Craigy F on I Can’t Explain:
The Dirty Water‘s own and Loty Fest performer, Alpo Lumpy is showing viewers how he stays afloat above all the madness coming out of his city. With a hand full of vices, Lumpy takes us all on a ride, venting on his struggles, hopes and dreams, all while showcasing his beloved hometown.
Check out one of Waterbury‘s finest MCees in the official video behind Can You Believe, off of his project, Holy Land 2, directed by Loopy Low:
If you were wondering how Bronx bomber Ichiromar were doing? Just swell! Drawing me in with their incredible performance during the 2016 Loty Fest, this dynamic duo not only deliver amazing stage presence, but also endless bars. This time around Ichiro steps up to the podium for a catchy freestyle, while Omar sits back. In the latest offering you are bound to get lost in the punchlines, and flow, floating over Drake‘s Still Here production.
Check out the freestyle from Ichiro, here:
Making noise, Loty Fest 2016 honorable mention Nino Scott is lighting the spot up with his latest offering featuring Pharoah Da Gawd. With a simple message, Scott & Pharoah are letting listeners in on a very special secret, ‘ If you thought they gave a f***….. they don’t’. This is definitely setting up to be a summer anthem!
Get familiar with Nino Scott on IDGAF
Creating the perfect pre-game anthem, Craigy F is making it known that it is still Ridge Season. With his melodic flow and a J. Correa production, The New London native does what he does best on the track, create a wave.
You can catch the CT repper performing his newest cuts on July 3rd at Pianos in NYC then ofcourse The Ridgefest July 8th! Till then, get familiar with the latest from Craigy F, with Dip Out:
Bringing light to up and coming CT artists, Hot 93.7 has gone on a much needed crusade to showcase the talent coming straight out of this small state! Filled with quality headliners including Dougie F, Dreezy, Nick Grant and amazing openers from the area, the crowd levitated during a special performance of New London‘s own, Craigy F.
With a crowd ready to watch him perform, I found myself gravitating towards Craigy F‘s set, due honestly to the hype literally surrounding him. New London was in the building as native and aux cord champ Relly On Smash, breezed through to show support. Of course, I was not disappointed with the performance. In my first recap of the event I was under a few special circumstances, being the wonderful person that I am I:
A. Forgot my camera memory card.. so
B. Had to gather footage on the always loyal IPhone.
Check out the short but sweet video recap of the event, highlighting Craigy F’s live performance of Puffy and My Ex, here:
He’s Back. Returning from a hiatus, CT’s own, Rick The Ruler has unleashed a banger over a layered production from Jahlil Beats! In this track, Rick gives fans what they’ve been longing while getting foreigners hip to his infamous, ever-evolving flow.
Listen to the latest from Rick Gatt on Mo $$$ as we anticipate a full project from the Waterbury, CT native!
Theres so much money going around, Joey Fatts cant keep count! With his Cut Throat army behind him, The West Coast repper is messing up the money count in the official video behind Count. Taking his talents through the street, Fatts lets his listeners in on what motivates him to get that green.
Check out the visuals behind Count, here:
The multitalented Chi-town repper, Kembe X is showing nothing less than excellence in his latest offering. The producer turned artist has been proving that he can not only cook up a mean production but also produces heat in his bars. Fresh off of touring Kembe blazes up the studio with this motivational anthem.
Listen to Kembe X on Excellence:
CT meets Harlem! New London repper Franc Grams has cooked up the perfect track jus in time for the Summer, linking up with Mass Appeal Record‘s latest signee Dave East, the two open up about vices and their favorite Summer time past times.
Vibe out to the smooth track produced by Lando Beats, featuring a special set of vocals from Ru Williams, to slow things down on Summer Time: