Georgia tag team conglomerate Cool Amerika drops a new video enticing the naysayers to “Get Your Hate On”, a cut found on their latest effort, “No Taxes 2”. Todd Uno lends his directing skills to this g’d up release, produced by Buddah Bless. Don’t be surprised if you hear this cut being played around a city near you. Give a view to Cool Amerika’s “Get Your Hate On”.
DB Tha Rasta douses Chedda Da Connect‘s smash hit with some Midwest seasoning on the remix to “Flicka Da Wrist”. The Minnesota native has been going overtime with nonstop releases while prepping the release of his “Being Broke Iz Not An Option Pt. 2” mixtape, slated to drop in the first quarter of 2016.
Houston, Texas native MDMC officially premieres the lead off single from his “Medicinal MuSick” mixtape titled “Mama Won’t Approve”. The budding talent is a plastic/ reconstructive surgeon by day and shadows as a songwriter, rapper and producer at night. For this particular release, MDMC contracts beat-miner Chemist to provide a lively and energetic instrumental that bolsters some clever production effects at the tail end. We find the young talent detailing true life events such as his family’s reaction to wanting to pursue music seriously and the obstacles one has to endure while pursuing your dreams. Purchase and stream MDMC’s “Mama Won’t Approve”.
New York recording artist Slimarous presents the follow up video to last year’s smash hit, “Mona Li$a”. This time, Slim switches gears from that previously released female friendly record into a new aged, New York Hip Hop vibe. On “PNBC”, the Big Apple alum exorcises the faint hearted in full on Catholic attire. Once again, Slim contracts high end film studio Illusive Media to bring “PNBC” to life thru vivid colors and smooth edits. The scene locations are on point as well, check out the basketball court scene where we find Slimarous alongside a bright red boombox as a court-side boxing match ensues. With a smooth instrumental provided by Twigg, chill out to Slimarous‘ latest, “PNBC”.
Hackettstown, New Jersey’s Just Bizarre makes weird being cool on his latest audio release, “Keep It G”. The Filipino Rap artist taps producer Justin Brown who provides a fantastic audio voyage for the ear. In the song, Bizzy invites listeners to be different and go against the grain while maintaining a very chill vibe. With a very catchy chorus, check out Just Bizarre’s “Keep It G”.
The Last Wordbender presents his three track EP alongside producer DJBrickrock entitled, “Love Is A TRAP!: The B-Side Remixes”. The Rockford, Illinois duo took three of their favorite songs from Wordbender’s debut album, “B-Side Love Songs” and recreated their structure by referencing the Trap sound of the South. Wordbender does an excellent job of using all the original lyrics of the songs and performs them in the tune of David Banner, Ludacris and others. It’s an even more of a delight when listening to the classic versions and there remixed counterparts. Available to stream below, check out The Last Wordbender in “Love Is A TRAP!: The B-Side Remixes”.
Check out the original songs that inspired the remixes.
California artist Keion Bell releases his debut single, “Beautiful Girls”, off his highly anticipated mixtape, “CLOUDED”. The song is a melodic tune meshed together with hard hitting lyrics that show a depiction of a summer fling followed by the woes of winter. “Beautiful Girls” is available for viewing below.
New York’s own Latasha Alcindor / L.A. premieres her latest cinematic for the Hip Hop headbanger, “Talk My Shit”. Producer PURP mans the boards for the production end. “Talk My Shit” is also from her ongoing DWS visual series, which debuted via Mass Appeal.
Recording artist Dee Day serves up a single tailored to his special lady friend on “She Made Me”. The New Orleans rapper supports the release with an accompanying video. The song will be featured on Double D’s forthcoming #72Dreams album.
“Frienemies”, we’ve all had experiences with them in life at some point. For those unfamiliar with the term, it’s used to describe a person that play pretends to be a friend but secretly plots on your demise. For New York emcee Prince Radio Ra, he knows the definition all to well. After witnessing a close friend result to violence over a woman who had left him brokenhearted and ultimately lead to a prison sentence, the gifted storyteller pens a warning to listeners to keep an open eye at all times stating, “I could be a friend or I could be an enemy”.
The video was shot in Queens, directed by Prince himself and filmed by Gradus Films. Peep the video and if you like what you see, stay tuned for the 2016 spring release of “L.O.V.E. (Loving on Violent Edge)”.