“W.C.W” (Women Crush Wednesday) sees Motor City natives Page Kennedy and D12’s Kuniva throw shade at all that booty thirst on the Gram. The track appears on Page’s upcoming studio album, “Torn Pages” releasing courtesy of Empire Distribution on March 10th.
While millions know Page for his film and television roles in the likes of “Weeds”, “Backstrom”, “Desperate Housewives” and “Blue Mountain State”; this project will see Kennedy cast alongside a different set of characters like Kxng Crooked, Elzhi, King Los, Royce da 5’9 and Marsha Ambrosius.
He is also set to appear in the Warner Bros. film release, “Meg”, opposite Ruby Rose and Jason Statham which wrapped in New Zealand in November.
The multi-talented Dallas native known as Young Zack is bringing a wealth of experience and talent with the release of his latest album, “Desire To Be Better 2”. The fourteen track album features the melodically mellow single “Happy Feelings” along with an assortment of southern-styled productions. With a majority of the tracks produced by the emerging artist, Young Zack’s project is a solid representation of a versatile talent on the brink of success.
If you enjoyed what you just heard, you’ll definitely enjoy the “Desire to be Better 2” mixtape. Check that out below.
Mississippi Artist King YC is back with his mixtape “King YC For President” featuring “Right Back” with Hurricane Chris and “Lights On”, which is currently on the Top 100 Media base Urban charts. This was done one hundred percent out of King YC’s own pocket without any outside assistance. In addition, he has also managed to catch the attention of some of the Top 40 hip hop stations throughout the country. The Source Magazine has dubbed him one for the artists to watch with the “All Eyes on King YC” reference. YC has enlisted the services of some heavyweight producers in the game with Nard & B, Hitman and RawSmoov.
In 2011 he launched YC Entertainment, a full-service record label that has released many successful projects including his album “Finally Made It”, which was cover by national media and instantly got over a quarter million plays and views on Spotify and mixtape sites. The album also has many popular features including a club banger called “Work Ya Body” with Lil’ Flip. King YC is currently in the studio working on his next studio album “Definition of King”, which is slated to release in early 2017.
Singer/songwriter JPride soulfully breaks down some raw relationship rules in “Really Mean It”, produced by Ricky Rich. You can get the Mississippi native’s recent “December 1st” project now: JPride – “December 1st”
Street Strategic Entertainment presents the official video from Warren, Ohio native Kamikaze K Rob‘s hustler anthem, “Get Sum Moe”. The visual follows up his prior release, “I Don’t Believe You”, which debuted via Youtube this past July and has done an impressive number of views thus far. This blend of Midwest flow and Rock N Roll flare was produced by Alex Thomas of Nexus Sound Studio. Watch the video below and stay tuned for his forthcoming “Street Scriptures” mixtape to debut sometime in 2017.
Atlanta’s Alexis Ayaana travels to her mother’s birthplace of Barbados to film the official video behind the breezy single, “All My Love”. It’s pure paradise as Alexis’ intoxicating vocals shine over a Caribbean-inspired beat and you’ll be able to find this song on her upcoming project “Twenty One”, slated for release in January via GME / Empire.
DJ Paul brings Yelawolf out of his social hiatus along with Jon Connor for the moody “Get Away” visual, directed by Edward Crowe and David Hulbert. This song appears on the K.O.M.’s “Year of the Six” project, which is out now in two parts here: http://lnk.to/YotsPt1 and http://lnk.to/YotsPt2 via Scale-A-Ton / ONErpm.
Following a heated interview last week about Lil Wayne, his ghostwriters and the cost of fame, G-Unit’s Kidd Kidd is back and literally “On Some Shit” with his new visual. An introspective classic, the release contains all the elements that made listeners fall in love with the Kidd’s sound.
Sick and twisted bars liter the beat, while Kidd eloquently exposes the real and the fake. Raw, street lyricism and metaphorical bravado definite “On Some Shit”; an incredible follow up to his single Count On My Hand. Directed by New Orleans cinematographer Ralph Medina, the video is another dope drop from Kidd’s upcoming EP, “PEANUT From Mazant”, a long awaited diary of bars guaranteed to reveal the phonies and shine light on the things that go bump in the night.
Waco, Texas emcee CSikk premieres “Know Ya Wrong”, the first official visual from his forthcoming “Workaholics” album. Produced by YSM Beats, the rising southern spitter unleashes his feelings both thru audio and video. Tha Kidd-shot presentation is available below.