Today, Harlem’s own NYM Lo releases his debut album The Big Horse. The 11-track project features the standout tracks “Speedin (Remix),” “7 Series” (feat. Smoke DZA & Kris Kasanova), “Fresh Prince Of BelAire” with production from Harry Fraud, Don D and 183rd Music. Stream NYMLO debut LP, The Big Horse, … Continue reading
After grinding for the past 17 years, Canadian producer Factor Chandelier has returned with a new solo album, Wisdom Teeth, his follow-up to 2016’s Factoria. The 11-track project features Freestyle Fellowship luminary Myka 9, Fake Four Inc. mastermind Ceschi Ramos, Astronautalis and Kay The Aquanaut, among others. As a bonus, he’s released a video for “The Gospel”featuring Ceschi, … Continue reading →
San Francisco musician Frak unveils his brand new body of work, Limewire ’03. Lacing each track with exceptional concepts, all stemming from the heavy album sampling of early 2000’s R&B records that bring up that y2k nostalgia. The project does a lot of touching basis on themes of tech accessibility … Continue reading →
Spec Kay, out of Roselle, NJ, is currently on the rise in the New Jersey and NYC Hip-Hop scene. In 2016, following the release of his sophomore album, XXV, Spec received a spotlight from Scottie Beam on her “Scottie’s Feedback,” receiving praise for his “Strange Dreams” record. To keep his buzz going, he returns with a … Continue reading →
THRAXXX unveils his 15-track album titled Heartthrob. With production credits from Kino Beats, Makavelee Beats, Corbb, Big Lo$ Beats, and THRAXXX himself, the project is wide-ranging in sound as the up-and-comer integrates his hip-hop context with experimental sounds. In addition to the the Heartthrob release, THRAXXX delivers a trippy visual … Continue reading →
Detroit is known for its rich history in all genres of music. Hip Hop is yet another extension of the vast umbrella of creative minds that make up the fabric of the city. Coming straight out of 199-now with “All N My Head”, Emile Vincent champions those that came before … Continue reading →
With passionate lyricism, Corr Kendricks’ music is genre-bending on his new album, Hardcorr. Inspired by years of hardship, Hardcorr captures Kendricks reflecting on the ups and downs in both his personal and business life. Stream the 17-track project below via Spotify, and support on iTunes here.
Blacka has finally released his album, A Part of My Story. The album reveals his pain and struggle, as it is inspired by tragedy in the life of Blacka. Listen to the anticipated and emotional offering now!
Raised in the City of Brother Love, Ryan Rose has now moved to Los Angeles to further her music career. Today, we receive Ryan Rose’s debut body of work, Different Now. The project title and cover art hint at Ryan’s transition from Philly to L.A., and how she chose to change her … Continue reading →
Damon Willard releases his album, U, a body of work that is focused on self-reflection. Willard said that, “In making this album I began to figure out my sound and started to express myself as the person I am when no ones around.” The album features Mir Fontane and Mark Battles.