@Judahonthebeats Choose Wisely Video

Monday, September 19, 2016

@Playerz_World Presents Kyng Yale - Kyng Pen ( @DntScreamYALE )

Stunna Lorenzana - Hop In & Out The Whip Feat. Mak Cash

Steph Castrø - FBF Interlude

Maryland native and 'East$ide Golden' representative Steph Castrø returns to our ears with an infectious wave 'FBF interlude' Steph grabs fellow running mate 30 below for the production and the duo shines effortlessly to make a timeless vibe

Thursday, September 15, 2016

J.Bangz - Strip

Wordsmith - Some Random Freestyle Episode 1

@Jay_Wyse - Fear No Evil

JS aka The Best - Them Girls feat. Mr. Major [Official Video

@YushaAssad @KCDAPRODUCER - "Circus"

Following the release of his critically acclaimed 'With Great Care' series, Yusha Assad returns with his brand new single "Circus." Produced by KC (Drake, Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, Young Greatness etc.) the record cleverly addresses the hard hitting topics of drug abuse and negative role models praised by the media.

@jacobweche - Hot Sauce

Mid Atlantic @Ford Dealers Present @Substantial

@TheRealStyme and @RealKidOfficial - This Is The One Album

SmCity x Cookin' Soul - New History EP

Friday, September 9, 2016

SmokedBeat - The Solar Panel

'The Solar Panel'

Just to let you know that Millennium Jazz Music has released 'The Solar Panel', our biggest in-house project since 'The Gathering' LP in 2011. We wanted to release an album with a summer theme and we were so overwhelmed by the amount of submissions and the quality of the tracks that we decided to release it  as a cassette next to the already planned digital format.
We hope that this release will make the listener reminisce of past sunny days and be a soundtrack to sunny moments to come.

Michael Sneed's Lullaby for the "Children of the Ghetto"


Friday, September 2, 2016

@2ficmusic - "Tryna Make It"

J Scienide - Spike Nolan

@MayceCool - Connect

Life Sentence 3 (Documentary) 86 America

Buzzing independent Washington, DC hip hop artist, Lightshow, continues to improve over time. With the highly anticipated release of the third installment of the “Life Sentence” series on August 26th, Lightshow once again made an impactful buzz in the hip hop community.

The album features XXL Freshman Class 2016’s 21 Savage as well as A$AP MOB’s A$AP Ant and production by up and coming producers Yung Lan and Chris Beats. Within 24 hours of its release, the album ranked #7 on iTunes’ hip hop chart, going head to head with other notable favorites, DJ Khaled and Vince Staples. Less than one week after its release, the project continues to garner great reviews from fans and hip hop critics.

In this “Life Sentence 3” album, Lightshow tells stories about life experiences that readily identify with his listeners and others. There is a signature richness and power to the music that has this generation of hip hop fans discovering his qualities and reputation as an artist and a songwriter. This album represents the honest best of what hip hop can be and portrayed through the eyes of this rising young talent. It is unpretentious and, perhaps most of all, it is distinctly a testament to the struggles, hopes and aspirations of our generation and particularly that of young black men in America. The songs are about finding a way through a world that has become increasingly complex, challenging and at times even dangerous.

The cover art for the album is a further reflection of the meaningful lyrics in each song and of the overall Life Sentence message. The visual features two versions of the young artist - one as a prosecutor pleading a case and the other as a defendant in an orange jumpsuit – representing what could have been his “life sentence” in two different scenarios. The rest of the visual elements speak volumes as it echoes the social climate today.

A documentary was also made available online following the album’s release describing the historical context and showcasing the genius behind Lightshow. Check it out here. If that’s not enough, get your chance to see Lightshow perform live on stage this coming Friday, September 2nd at the historical Howard Theater, in Washington DC. Tickets are on sale now.

Southeast Slim @seslim202 - Like War (State of Emergency)