A Time And Place. CT native ANoyd is a lyrical missionary in his debut album A Time And Place. Taking listeners along his triumphant ride, the Pace Music Group repper displays honor, loyalty and faith through out all 11 songs. Check out our Top 5 tracks that made us rewind #ATAP back, here.
Small causes can have large effects and Ksubi Kay‘s latest offering The Ksubi Effect represents just that.
A Classic. Mixing old with new, Bristol’s own Trey Tuck links up with E.Alvin to encourage everybody to get off the wall, grab a partner and break someone’s back in Be With You.
Comfortable in his own company. CT repper Jango offers the perfect introduction to his music with his 7 track piece Alone By Choice.
A star in the making. New London’s own Craigy F is known to deliver star quality performances, so when he debuted his anticipated project Some Drugs and Some Love fans knew what they were going to get. Heart Breaks, haze and melodic outtakes.
The Team. CT natives MCMXCIV and Boss Don JT are paying homage to those that have always been down in their collaborative track Team.
On the Low. Rising star, LBO mixes grunge and rap in his latest offering Business On The Low.
Moon Child. CT repper Mooncha serves as a smooth criminal while revisiting a past production and bringing it to life in BETA.
An Explosive Mash Up. Ghetto Guitar is back at it again with another incredible cover, this time XO Tour Life gets an electric revamp by the CT musician.
The Takeover. CT repper Jiggie Joe unleashes 13 tracks of fury, keeping things simple and blunt in his latest offering The Jig Is Up.