HOV is back with production by Swizz Beatz and Timbaland. Jay-Z drops “Open Letter” were he openly talks about his stake with the Nets, Roc Nation Sports, and his most recent trips to Havana, Cuba. The song is dope. Production is simple but is still pretty wild. And its Jay-Z so you know the lyrics are on point with a nasty flow.
KC’s own, Gee Watts drops his debut with Watts Up. An incredible project that showcases his lyrical ability, unique voice, storytelling ability, and proving he can handle his own on the Kendrick assisted “Watts Riot”. A perfect project to put in the whip and ride around with. This is April’s featured project of the month. We want to present to you, Gee Watts “Watts Up”.
Vega Heartbreak is back with Pregaming from his upcoming project “Student Loans”. Have a good weekend folks.
New single by J?Y-K from the upcoming mixtape FNMBG (Fear No Man But God)
.KOM (Kings Of The Mic) are a hip hop duo out of Michigan. Last week they released their most recent video, You Love Me?, which samples the lovely Jill Scott. It’s the first single off their upcoming EP titled, pHree Ep.
Rutgers University student and MC, Vinny Vintage releases #TheRoadToVibeCity. This is 15-track project is thought-provoking and is largely produced for thinking and reflecting in solitude on your best headphones.
“Super Saiyans” was pieced together by UK beatmaker Sourface. Sourface recruited Virginian Praverb the Wyse and North Carolinan Thee Tom Hardy for the soulful record. Not to mention some dope cuts by Dj Grazzhoppa. Nothing greater than international collabs. They always turn out dope.
Check out SmCity’s new project Dream Cemetery featuring guest appearances from The Kid Daytona, Maffew Ragazino, Maimounay Youssef and the legendary Last Poets. The deluxe version of Dream Cemetery is now available on iTunes with bonus tracks featuring Phil Ade, Oddisee and Skyzoo.
Connecticut MC, Rook, releases “Politic’n” a song about American politics and how he is affected by it.