Vevo and Moneybagg Yo Release Performance Videos for “All Dat” and “Toxic”

Vevo announces Moneybagg Yo as the next artist in their Ctrl series. Ctrl highlights the work of hard-hitting, cutting-edge musicians making an impact in today’s music scene – both emerging and established. Shot in Vevo’s Brooklyn studio, Moneybagg Yo’s performance follow sessions from Rick Ross, Common, Rapsody, Jeezy, Jadakiss, Fabolous, A$AP Ferg and more.
Memphis rapper Moneybagg Yo brings grit and menace to his rhymes about street life. The prolific MC began releasing mixtapes in 2012, and became a regular fixture of the higher reaches of the Billboard 200 chart starting with his Top Five-charting Federal 3X in 2017.
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New Music: Rafayel – “DaVinci” | @TheRealRafayel

Despite Rafayel’s father’s lengthy criminal history, his family’s trials, and tribulations in coping with these circumstances, Rafayel is still capable of delivering a record to celebrate the upside of his musical journey and career. He does this with his single “DaVinci” off of his upcoming follow up project Family Affairs. As always, Rafayel executes with a clever approach to the song orchestrating it with a catchy hook, discussing cracking the code—a relentless pursuit in proving he’s one of the greatest songwriters of all time, and giving his audience yet another masterpiece of art in literature format with a commercial topic setting the tone for what’s yet to come. As much as we enjoyed his prior EP Leo Season, this seems to be the the project that picks up where Leo Season left off. No drop off in diversity, commercial appeal, image nor substance leaves us questioning what can’t this Dominican artist do. Check it out below.

New Music: SpTheGz Ft. Voice – “Birkin Girl” | @SpTheGz

Up and coming rap artist SpTheGz gives listeners an earful with the recent release of his Birkin Girl single featuring Voice, with another 4 exclusive tracks from the New York natives. As a newcomer on the scene, SpTheGZ puts his best foot forward, introducing his raw, authentic street style to the world and letting us know that he’s here to win.

His sound can be described as a mix of hip-hop, trap and alternative which are all presented on SoundCloud. Something else that adds to the sound is the heavy bass that emanates each track giving music lovers a treat in the headphones and in the car.

Highlights on the mixtape include the melodious, uptempo opener “Party Down” and the bouncy “Get Down Or Lay Down” that can be found on SpTheGz’s SoundCloud account, has a booming bassline, braggy flow and guest verses from Drummer Boy and SupaStarzz. Check out SpTheGz’ “Birkin Girl” below.

New Video: Henney Howell Ft. Kap G – “Billy Kid” | @HenneyHowell @TheRealKapG

Henney Howell was born James Howell in Jacksonville, North Carolina. In October of 2019, he dropped a single titled “Billy Kid” produced by Kid Ocean. The title Billy Kid comes from “Billy The Kid” the notorious outlaw, with his unorthodox flow and sharp punches on top of a stellar Kid Ocean production, Henney delivers with a hit. Kap G is featured on the song with a dope verse. From cloth talk to expensive jewelry flexing, Kap G delivers with an impressive flow. The video was shot and directed by Kings & Pharaohs Films, with additional footage shot by Pac Dinero, in front of the OutKast mural painted by JEKS, in Atlanta’s Little Five Point neighborhood.

@MEXCCO – “Richie Rich”

Recently West Coast rapper MEXCCO dropped his new single “Richie Rich” taken from his upcoming project, TRAPBOY.

Bred in the San Pedro area adjacent to Long Beach, MEXCCO got his start in music when he decided to leave the streets alone and take his music more seriously. Having grown up in a neighborhood where the Crips are the predominant gang, MEXCCO was seeking a new path, after several of his friends ended up dead or in jail. Well aware of the dangers in the streets having narrowly escaped several risky situations in his youth, MEXCCO decided to turn things around.

“Don’t come to LA if you ain’t prepared, it’s a crazy experience if you ain’t from out here. It’s our own little culture, but it’s all we knew and now with this music it’s a better way of life and we can expand our horizons. That’s the example I want show people and why my music so important. It goes way further than the trap and what all these rappers try to impersonate with all this music industry sh*t,” MEXCCO said.

Encouraged to rap by his friend and fellow Crip rapper AD, MEXCCO got his first hit song, “Gang Ties” ft Ashton Mathews, which made its way to Adam 22’s NoJumper channel on Youtube along with a host of other sites. MEXCCO also has songs with Mozzy, Shoreline Mafia, Mac P Dawg, AD, Squid Nice and more.

“Once Gang Ties with Ashton Matthews made it on No Jumper with Adam22 I knew I had to start taking this music more seriously. Then after that I dropped a song called TrapStar with Cypress Moreno and I’ve been making music ever since,” MEXCCO said. “My guy Phat Stax is from my main city and my hood and he is fighting some cases in the Feds right now. After he stopped I had to do it and pick up where he left off.”

Keeping the momentum going and continuing to develop his core fan base on the West-Coast, MEXCCO recently took the stage as part of a Red Bull’s Tapped In concert series.

“I just had a show at the Mayan with Red Bull and Cypress Moreno. I did a couple of songs that I have with him – it was just a fun experience and we drank lots of Red Bull and did our thing. I’m focused on doing more shows and getting a plaque. Of course I’d love to get a Grammy, but I just want to keep making music and keep making my fans happy.”

Aligned with Foundation 360 Management and managed personally by Jamie Forster, MEXCCO has been able to push his brand to the next level.

“My management team has helped me with studio time and different outlets and a whole bunch of other stuff.” MEXCCO explained. “TrapStar is my clothing I’m trying to support it has much as I can. It has its own meaning. It’s not just about selling drugs, it’s about selling a profit and it’s about doing what you do and it doesn’t have to be something illegal. I want everyone to wear it.”

@StuMoney757 – ‘East Virginia’

With the New Year upon us East Virginia rapper Stu Money keeps applying the pressure with the new project making sure the world knows about Norfolk and Virginia Beach, VA aka Shark City. Home to greats like Pharrell Williams, Timbaland, Missy Elliott, the Clipse and more, Virginia has always given Hip-Hop something special.

Enter rapper Stu Money and his new project East Virginia, the culmination of Stu Money’s career as a rapper thus far as he’s scrapped his way through the Eastern Virginia streets.

“I was born into music. It’s in my veins. I bleed this music sh*t ya dig! It’s really flourishing and I’m on of the up and coming leaders of the movement. Right now it’s Something In the Water like the Pharrell festival. For this project I got the best of Norfolk and East Virginia. My production is by Zeekovips and The Beachboyy.”

For the mixtape release party, Stu Money even had his own styrofoam cups with the East Virginia album printed on it. The buzz is real as Stu Money recently started spinning on local radio via WOWI 103 Jamz in Norfolk.

“This isn’t just about my record, this project stands for something. I’m trying to make sure we keep VA on the map in Hip-Hop,” Stu Money explained. “Right now I’m buzzing with the Ceiling Fan record produced by my family, the VIPS and the video is on WorldStar. We just did Art Basel to film my next release Old School. Now we got the DTLR/Coalition DJs promo tour of the South East, so we really looking to turns the corned and do this the right way.

New Music: Toxxx – “Ol Skool” | @T_O_Triple_X

Bronx, New York artist Toxxx releases his latest single “Ol Skool” under his indie record label ToxxxicView. The high elevating New York wordsmith is sure to turn heads with his extraordinaire delivery and witty wordplay on this classic tribute to Hip-Hop. The single has already received overwhelming feedback and publication with more than 40k streams online.

The Bronx raised artist gives tribute and pays homage to some of the golden era arists, songs and lables of Hip- Hop. Toxxx brings it back with a throwback approach over a classic style beat with striking bass, drums, and a grungy melodic vibe produced by Pitt Tha Kid. Toxxx mentions the likes of Mr. Cheeks, Heavy D, Bad Boy and Roc-A-Fella in an inclusive form of lyricism to further enhance the flow of the track. Not only does Toxxx mention the legends on the track he worked with industry legend and mix engineer Steve Sola to mix and master the track to give it the extra needed essence to call itself “Ol Skool”. A celebration of Hip Hop for what it was, still is, & will be. “Ol Skool“s lyrics highlight some of the greatest memories in Hip Hop through slick wordplay & clever punchlines. Tune-In & bring it back with Toxxx, Stream Now on your favorite platform, and make sure to view the “Toxxxumentary” to see a live 1st performance of “Ol Skool” available on YouTube or the ToxxxicView website. Check it out below.