@Judahonthebeats Choose Wisely Video

Thursday, October 30, 2014

@dariuswolley - "Reminisce"

Darius Wolley was born in DC, raised in notoriously poverty-stricken Southeast and later in the college-town suburbs of College Park, Maryland. The dichotomy of his upbringing is reflected in his music as a songwriter and artist, which frequently juxtaposes edge and enlightenment. Although relatively new to industry ears, Darius is no stranger to music, creating songs that speak the truth of young America.

ARTIST.......The E.P. Package is BACK!!!!

@therealLakes @itsMDK - City on Lock

Sic Itur Ad Astra ("Thus do we reach the stars") – The Motto For Richmond, Capital City of Virginia.

To standout as an artist in today's turbulent Hip-Hop climate, full of purchased cosigns, backroom deals and other barriers against fresh innovation, there remain some acts worth their salt who won't need such maneuvers. Meet Dark Wave – a duo consisting of Richmond, Virginia natives Christopher Lakes and Matty.

Richmond has made a splash on the Hip-Hop map in times past. However, Dark Wave isn't resting on past rap glory as they seek to make their own unique impact on a scene constantly eager for the next big thing.

Christopher Lakes and Matty, soloists in their own right, have already crafted potent music on their own. Together, they usher in what they call their “Dark Sound” and there are few words that can explain. For the group, Dark Wave is more than just music, which is something the duo explains in detail.

“#DarkWave is our movement. We feel as if we're the voice for the youth and that we have the best upcoming project any artist has had. We want to make our stamp in the game and look forward to establishing our Dark Sound. We want to be remembered as a couple of the hardest working artists the industry has ever seen, in all aspects of the game.”

The Dark Sound is better experienced than heard. Ambient, aggressive, melodic, often all at once, the Dark Sound surrounds the listener and seizes upon their entire being. Dark Wave is confident that if their music is given a chance, it will raise your consciousness with immediacy.

Christopher Lakes and Matty have been working quietly behind the scenes to craft their best work. With youth and talent on their side, Dark Wave will undoubtedly shift the balance in their favor. While fans are force-fed mediocrity masked by big hooks and false features, Dark Wave takes a far more sincere approach with their art.

#DarkWave. Let it take you over but never under.

@Cerdafied_Muzik - Trust Me (Prod. Metro Boomin)

Diamond District - These Bammas (Free Download)


Inner Loop - Fly On Drugs - @innerloopbeats @scrillaventura @grussle @casitodelfresco

@TheRealMiStro New Karma feat. @SmokedOutLuger @TheyCallMeReal @Karmabeats_

Coming just a few weeks after his now life changing conversation with Roc Nation's God MC Jay Electronica during this years A3C Festival in Atlanta, rumored to have lead to multiple label offers for him and his MGM crew, Virginia native Mi$tro enlists super-producer turned rapper Lex Luger and label mate J-Real for his brand new Karma produced single "Movie".

Check out the fresh collaboration from the trio, which serves as the first leak from Lex and Mi$tro untitled collaborative EP dropping early next year, below. The Commonwealth 2 is out now!

@Dee_Rich - Come Correct feat. @BlackSunDMV Official Music Video & Single

@nizztown Long Weekend (Produced By C Ducketts)

Polo & Chuck: The Movie (Director's Cut Edition)

JS aka The Best presents the official full length Director's Cut edition of Polo & Chuck: The Movie. 
The 30 minute video takes you behind the scenes of the concert at the Howard Theatre and follows DJ Flexx, DC Don Juan, and JS aka The Best as they prepare for this special day. 
There are exclusive interviews with the families of both Polo and Chuck Brown, Mayor Vincent Gray, Andre "Whiteboy" Johnson, Tony Redz, Rev. Tony Lee, and many more.
Watch "Polo and Chuck: The Movie" below.

Lil' Mo - "Should've Never Let You Go" Lyric Video

Monday, October 27, 2014

ARTIS: The E.P. Package is BACK!!!!

@ZaeKinchen - rva video


Cayan is back at it again for the winter after releasing his full length project, District Of Caylumbia 3 earlier in the summer. This time though, things are a little different. Cayanaten features sole production from the in house Cap Life sound squad, Young Savior (Popular, City Slickin) and newcomer Spida The Coolie. This project has a unique and unified sound like no other.

"ADIDAS", produced by Spida The Coolie, finds a young man hustling to make ends meet in a materialistic world, with a conscious mind and nonchalant attitude. Ol Dirty Bastard vocals set the tones for the intro, intensifying the balance factor between being godly and getting it by any means.

There will be a video shoot in DC for this song this upcoming weekend. Expect the full project before the years end.

@KingMPCeQuenCe - 1996 (Produced by. CeQuenCe)

@ullnevanohiphop - "Mgntkfying glass perspective"

David Gibson DMV No Flex Zone(Remix)

Listen to David Gibson's remake of "No Flex Zone." The original was done by Rae Sremmurd. And who said, "Sequels are never as good as the original!?" You would disagree with that statement after listening to this track. David Gibson, an artist based out of Washington, D.C. definitely is reppin' his city well with this track!

Kid Cannibal releases beat tape

Wednesday, October 22, 2014


@aclassics @tomdelaybeats @brakefast - That Shit Right (Music Video)

Nightwriter is A-Class’s 3rd Brake Fast Records’ release, produced entirely by Tom Delay Beats.  Although the pair has worked closely together throughout the years, this is first time Class has spit exclusively on Tom Delay’s production for an entire project.

A-Class is a battle rap veteran who has consistently provided a stream of exceptional music, even before he stepped on the battle scene.  In the Grind Time and KOTD rings, he has faced the likes of Dizaster, Rone, Madness, Tantrum, and Sonny Bamboo.  He remains a fierce opponent in the battle circuit and continues to travel the world squaring up with some of the scene’s best.

The composition of the Nightwriter EP primarily documents A-Class’s experiences on the road and in between battles, much of it having been written during about his expeditions, as well as about them.  The progressive emcee continues to develop his customary free-flowing rhyme construction and unconventional flows around some catchy hooks, which is largely deviant from the unorthodox structure of Class’s previous recorded work.

Tom Delay Beats’ phonic background for the 7 song EP is expanse, ranging from bass heavy joints like “Bitch What You Talkin Bout” and “Kenny Lofton” to the funky-sounding sampling found on “Bus To NYC” and true school bangers like “Super Fat Laces”.  Tom Delay structures the overall sound of Nightwriter with clean, addictive melodies and heavy drums that allow A-Class to display his rhythmic abilities.