Gas on the pedal with no where to go. DMV native Jade spews angelic vocals with a weary message in her latest offering Live Fast, Die Slow.
Flashy. CT repper 860 Vito and FL native LD, do nothing but stunt in their collaborative track, Flashin.
The possibilities are endless. Flawless 2 Wavey returns with a haunting hook and production to match in his latest piece, Possibilities.
Remorseful. New England native Joey Nato is apologetic in his latest visuals, My Bad.
Keeping the Faith, CT native Da$h Flash gathers an all star line up for his anticipated project Blessed.
For The Ladies. CT repper ANoyd slows things down in his latest track, Say So.
A Rapper’s Dream. Cooking up production crack (once again) is CT repper Basketball Jones. This time around the rising producer is paying homage to the late great James Brown in … Continue Reading Beats: Ba$ketball Jones – Man’s World
Don’t Do It. CT native Jonesy & Too Butta cook up a killer hook in their latest collaboration, Do It To Em.
Back On It. Recently taking over the 40 0z Bounce stage in New Haven, hosted by Brea Simone, 860 repper Lonny X celebrates with the release of his latest anthem, … Continue Reading Music: Lonny X – Back On My Bullsh**
The Wild, Wild, East. Fly Aint Free repper Red Carpet Rich, cooks up a track influenced by wranglers world wide, in Cowboy.
Loosies. 203 native $.F. is letting go of three smooth tracks, bringing listeners into some of his most trying moments in rough 15′.
A Quiet Storm. CT repper Dez Marly is living out his destiny, without any regrets and setting things in stone in his latest project, Hiatus.
The Prophecy. On the come up, CT reppers Josh Philly and Flash Bang unite on a gritty production by Red The Chef, dressed in all black ready to cause mayhem … Continue Reading Music: Josh Philly X Flash Bang – Too Turnt
An ATL Link. Doing the absolute most, Trap Phone Fetti enlists Famous Dex and Gangstalicious for a track that lives up to its name.
A demolition. Vee Skeeno is on a mission to expose frauds, and honor authenticity in his latest video behind Attacking The Clones.
A lyrical Assassin. Bristol’s own, Trey Tuck hops on a classic Pharoah Monche production, switching his gentleman demeanor for complete savagery in his take on Simon Says.