Buffalo upstart, Son of Tony, finally liberates his long-awaited project, “The Son and Father Tape 2.” The opening of the project sets the tone for the eleven tracks that follow. Between his unmistakeable tone to his rapid fire spitting, this project is ear candy for the truest of Hip Hop fundamentalists.…

Washington Heights’ own, Raze, returns with his latest offering, “Belly of the Beast.” The Rusty Mack produced record finds Raze delivering tough lyrics over smooth harmonies. Raze is looking to “raze the bar” in his home city when it comes to this Hip Hop music.

Felix Morton releases the first record off his upcoming EP, Pizza God. “Got It Goin” is packed with bars with production handled by Stupid Dope. This is just a taste of what to expect on Felix’s forthcoming project dropping soon.

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After a brief hiatus from the rap game, Long Island creative Kay Famous of the Noble clique pairs up with Queensbridge MC and Dave East-affiliate, Piif Jones, for the brand new anthem “New New York.” Get familiar!

Stream the single via iTunes.…

If “That Chicken” didn’t fill you up, Dyme-A-Duzin, is back and serving up more “Food For Thought.” On his latest single offering, the young Brooklyn spitta gives us a taste of what’s to come on his forthcoming album, “Crown Fried.”

“You can get the 2 piece, or you can get the biscuit.

NYC based recording artist/producer, BOY FACE, brings an array of international sounds on his Kevin Lyttle assisted single, “Busy.” The Wolffman produced single was first debuted in Sweden and Spain – and has finally made its way into the US. “The record is energetic Hip Hop meets Carnival, meets EDM,” says Face, while discussing the single.…

You’re Damned if You Do and Damned If You Don’t

You’re Damned if You Do and Damned If You Don’t
The idea of someone or something being the end all encompassing idea and being “right” is a myth. People want 100%. 100% or fail. No room for average or decent. Where releases only have ‘hype’ for a week, whatever catches our mental bandwidth ‘has’ to be worth it.

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Harlem’s own, Flyy Guy Fresh, drops off a new single produced by Ghxst, “Dough Out.” While the Uptown native got a lot of his early influences from the Golden Era of Hip Hop, Flyy Guyy has also learned to incorporate today’s hard-hitting, melody-driven, sounds and made it his own.

Blossom is a Celebration of the Underappreciated

Blossom is a Celebration of the Underappreciated

The fantastic debut of Melle Brown has a looming heart underneath all the tracks with many collaborators! Instrumental or with vocals, Bloom celebrates the alternative, under appreciated and breathes new life into them.

From her interview with Gal-dem magazine (which rings superbly truthful) – “I’ve put a lot of thought into melodies, chords and textures in each track; I’d love it to be the go-to EP when people want a balance between reflective, easy listening and turn up mode.”
Blossom doesn’t feel like an debut but rather a seasoned sophomore or a later project in someone’s career arc.
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Melle_Brown Premieres ‘So Into You’ from Blossom

Melle_Brown Premieres ‘So Into You’ from Blossom

The UK being a melting pot is nothing new at all. But it’s what each generation of artists do with the melting pot that make it new. Grime reverse vacuums from Garage, Garage reverse vacuums from the space of jungle music.…

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