New Orleans based emcee Mr. Tony drops off some fire new visuals to match his impressive vocal performance in “Memory”. Watch the video for “Memory” above and be sure to follow Mr. Tony on SoundCloud to stay up on all future releases.
Forest Watson officially breaks into the world of music with his debut single, “Zebra.” Produced by WH+Y, “Zebra” is an in-your-face cut that shows off his clever rhymes and knack for catchy hooks, all coming together for a great listen overall. Listen below.
Kam’Geez links up with director Matt Arnold to deliver his new visual single, “Momma Forgive Me.” Rhyming about his love for the streets, the Boston native knows his momma wouldn’t approve, but does what he has to do to survive.
St. Lucia based artist Luke breaks onto the RapReup pages with his new self-produced track “No Time”. Give a listen to “No Time” above and be sure to follow Luke on SoundCloud to stay up on all future releases.
Phoenix based emcee and Wake Up Show Alumni RoQy TyRaiD drops off his new video “Crown Me”. Inserting himself in such cult films as Black Dynamite, The Warriors, Akira and Bruce Lee’s Game of Death, RoQy does his patented, high-class barring out with the incredible wordplay and finesse we’ve grown … Continue reading →
Bronx based rapper Produkt links up with Justine Darcenne in new video for “Change The Frequency”. Watch “Change The Frequency” above and be sure to follow Produkt on SoundCloud to stay up on all new music.
Florida/Los Angeles artist Burden drops off some dope new visuals for his single “What Am I On”. Check out the video above and be sure to follow Burden on SoundCloud to stay up on all future releases.
Milwaukee-based hip hop artist Sydnee B makes his way onto our pages with his new Breana Marin-assisted jam “Good Thing”. Check out “Good Thing” above and be sure to follow Sydnee on SoundCloud to stay up on all future releases.
Portsmouth emcee Grave Leathers adds director to his repertoire as he presents the flick for “Internet Sensation”. The song was self-produced with aid from Frelli Parks. The sound can best be described as Halloween meets trap music. Throw in a trip to the local carnival and you have a formula … Continue reading →
Onji and Solomonilla team up for a smooth, slow-burning tune titled “Leave,” that shows off their unique styles, as they seamlessly mesh together for a knockout duo across the sleek production. Stay tuned for much more from these two, as well as more solo content.