Category : New Music

Kult Hiro feat. Megadon – “Rhyme Telepathy” | @donaldrcole

Kult Hiro and Canadian rapper Megadon gives to us visuals directed by Jim Swaffield of A Tribe Called Quest fame, paying an 8 & 16-bit tribute to 1992 CD-ROM technology. Teaming up as a contemporary DJ / emcee duo, they champion the sound of real rap reminiscent of the mid-1990s sample-based production, scratching, and imaginative lyricism. As Megadon is a rapper and videographer, Kult H...


Squeegie-O – “The Purge” | @itsobitch

After a 2 year hiatus, Staten Island artist Squeegie O returns with some fresh new music as he gives you nothing but outstanding wordplay and excellent delivery. On the new single "The Purge", Squeegie-O makes it clear hip hop is his and he's coming to take out anyone opposing him. With the grimey sounds provided by producer Khrimz, This record is sure enough certified boom bap to make your hea...


POBA – “G.O.A.T. Herder” | @iampoba

Shawn Théagene (aka POBA) is known as the Godfather and Pioneer of Brooklyn Bruk Up Dance Style and Culture Founding member of The Bed Stuy Veterans. POBA's earliest inspirations were dancehall and hip hop artists like Bounty Killa, Missy Elliot and Busta Rhymes. In 1994, at age 12, he received video tapes of dancehall bashment parties straight from Jamaica, featuring legendary dancers like Bo...


DV Alias Khryst – Music + Album Listening Party | @dvaliaskhryst @generaldv

The Father of Hip-Hop Soul, DV Alias Khryst, celebrates the launch of his brand new album, Music, with a release party being held at The Delancey, Wednesday, November 7th, 2018. The release party will include some special surprise guests in the building as well as a performance from Khryst, himself. Music, which was released in September, features a hefty 14 tracks and highlights multiple produ...


Noveliss – Cerebral Apex | @TheNoveliss

“I know I want to live off music, period. We want to quit our jobs and live off of what we love like every other dreamer, ever. I also want to just inspire people, if I can inspire then I’m doing my job.” - Noveliss Jarred Douglas, better known as Noveliss, is a Detroit spitter who is an active member of the Motor City’s Hip Hop quartet, Clear Soul Forces. An athlete, a father, a lyricist...


G. Huff feat. Smoke DZA – “Bills” | @GHuff330

After releasing a variety of albums and EPs over the past 7 years, Youngstown, Ohio native G.Huff recently released his single "Rakim Meets The D.O.C" which is currently the #1 most added song on college radio in 2018. The Ohio emcee is finishing up the fourth quarter strong and plans on releasing more before the year ends. After getting the attention of Snoop Dogg and DJ Premier with the singl...


King Noire – “Radiator (Steel & Stilettos)” | @KingNoire

We all (well, most of us) have heard of some adult movie stars crossing into the hip hop world, especially back in the 90s, when adult film legend heather Hunter, came out with "I Want It All Night Long", spitting some racy lyrics on wax. It was too much for my young, virgin ears back then, but now that I got grey hairs and a blown-out knee, I appreciate the track now more than ever. In the mil...


Bishop Apex – “Listen Dis” | @TheClergy

Youngstown hip hop collective, The Clergy, is putting Ohio on the map with their gritty style of hip hop. Up at bat is Clergy member Bishop Apex, taking out his aggression with his latest track, "Listen Dis", accompanied by inhouse producer DaBopman, the track includes a catchy hook with some head nodding and deep thinking beats, along for the ride with Bishop includes his squad members Kev Bless ...


Pearl Harba feat. Breana Marin – “Don’t Be Mad” | @pearlharba

Brooklyn's Pearl Harba has been giving the listeners quality hip hop since his Natural High album and he gives to us more boom bap candy for the ears (and the streets) with his new release "Don't Be Mad," a follow up from mid-summer banger, and now #1 college radio chart topper, "Overtime." Making another collaborative joint with vocalist and songwriter Breana Marin, "Don't Be Mad" speaks about...


BigBob feat. Hangman – “Why Cry” | @BigBobPattison @OPIUMPF

Pottersfield rapper, Hangman delivers a 0.45 caliber prose, heavily charged, dangerous and accurate on the new track "Why Cry", from the ESI studio. The song paints an apocalyptic vision of a looming technocracy with spirited and awakened lyricism. Hangman has gained a reputation linguistically, though scathing at times it is clear that his semantics are a force to be reckoned with. Music produ...


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