Today, known West Coast rapper Epademik drops his fifth album in the last decade, titled, Rap Monster. Recognized for his unorthdrox rhymes, his latest is a 16-track effort that dives deep into the today’s traumatic culture. The album is a direct follow-up to his 2019 collaboration with Supreme Line, Whiteout!.
Rap Monster‘s lead single is the Lido P-featured “Flip.” Watch it below.
Rap Monster features Tha Chill, Kurupt, Spanky Loco, OG Cuicide and Lido P. For everything Epademik, follow him on Instagram. Stream the album today on all DSPs via Bad Seed Entertainment.
North Carolina is on the come up.
Popularized by Hip Hop stars like J. Cole, DaBaby and Rapsody. The Carolina’s proves they can’t be stereotyped as a Hip Hop scene thanks to the recent emergency of it’s R&B scene with the introduction of new star, Byron Juane. Leading the way for North Carolina R&B on a widespread landscape, the 23-year-old crooner prepares fans for his anticipated album with the release of the new single, “Nice Guy.”
Honest, transparent, and authentic aren’t words typically used to describe a recording artist these days, but on the new song, Juane is getting us in the mood for cuffin’ season. He clarifies, “Nice Guy is the anthem for the person that love overlooks. I want people that listen to this not only relate but also to understand it won’t always be this way.”
In 2020, Byron Juane has become undeniably irresistable in the new R&B landscape. With a catalog of buzzworthy mentions like “Afraid,” “Band$” and “Of Course,” he’s averaging over 177k streams monthly on Spotify. “Nice Guy” is the perfect jump-on point for any newfound fan.
“Nice Guy” sets up the release of Juane’s new album, titled, Promise I’m Not Crazy. Slated for a late-2020 release, the album comes on the heels of Byron’s 2019 collaboration project with Derek Minor. After the stream, for more on Byron Juane, follow the rising star on Twitter.
“Nice Guy” is available on all DSPs via Reflection Music Group/EMPIRE.
Brooklyn recording artist Brandon Grey has been climbing from the underground to the mainstream since 2018. Known for his fire-cracker style, eye candy looks and magnetic aura, Brandon Grey takes full advantage of 2020 with the release of electrifying new music like his latest, “Focused.”
A direct follow up to his recent EP, Real Me, the new song is a B. Galeano mid-tempo production serves which discusses overcoming life’s hardships. Grey is vulnerable, creative, determined and irresistible on the next addition of his catalog.
Catchy, exciting and refreshing, Grey is arguably one of the hottest new artists of 2020. “Focused” is available now on notsogreylife. Take a listen to the new single below.
The new song leads the way for more incredible new music slated to arrive from the new sensation later 2020. “This is the beginning of everything,” he confirmed.
Find out everything on Brandon Grey on social media.
Losk33, a rising Virginia rapper with a recent spark in Hip Hop popularity, has instantly become an artist-to-watch in 2020. Merely one hit away from becoming a new sensation, today, the emerging star links up with ATL superproducer Mercy Beatz for a breakout new single, titled “L.H.M. (Lord Have Mercy)”.
The new collaboration speaks to the streets. Mercy brings out a side of Losk33 that fans have yet to see. Using his past life to bring the snappy production to life with real-life bars, aggressive tone and so much more. On making “L.H.M.,” Losk33 tells us, “It was a gift from God. Immediately after hearing the instrumental, something came over me. Ran through it a few more times, put pen to paper and the rest is history.”
About Losk33, hailing from the well-known “Bad Newz,” he started taking music seriously at the age of 13. Losk33 credits his style to a mixture of ’00s legends T.I., DMX, and Jeezy. Describing his style of rap as “Testimonial Turnup,” a signature genre which consists of depicting a picture through words by capturing raw emotions and real situations drawn from personal experiences.
“L.H.M.” follows Losk33 previous efforts “Family Affair” and “Letters To The Pen.” The new song provides notoriety to the rising star’s plentiful catalog. It also sets up a promising new album, slated for a late-2020 release. “L.H.M.” is the perfect origin point for newfound fans to begin their ride along with Losk33.
“L.H.M.” is available now on No Parole Entertainment. For everything Losk33, follow him today on Twitter.
Take a listen to “Lord Have Mercy” now.
Off her new Clones project. Popular recording artist LightskinKeisha deals with a cheating ex the best way she knows how in the new video, “B.R.A.T.,” by burning up all his clothes. During the BBQ, the furious Keisha drops a couple of vengeful verses about the big mistake he just made and her upgrade in both standards and lifestyle. Blac Youngsta joins the destruction with a hilariously charismatic verse of his own. Feel Keisha’s wraith now, directed by Sara Lacombe.
Along with “B.R.A.T.,” LightskinKeisha’s Clones includes breakout songs, “Queen Kong,” “Flood My Wrist” and “Trouble.” The new album is Big Bank Beisha’s best work yet.
Clones is available on all DSPs via own imprint.
South Central rapper Roy is back after a brief hiatus and returns with a vengeance in the release of his new song, titled, “Shit Talker.” A revitalized Roy is electrifying on the new song with exciting bars and catchy structure. The song is a story of his life.
I’ve lived through and done everything that a black man growing up in Los Angeles experiences,” Roy specifies in the press release.
“Shit Talker” is apart of a double-header release effort with the fellow track, “The Plan.” These are the first two new releases in two years by the rising star which made a name for himself with his 2017 song “I’d Rather.” Roy’s return is refreshing and a new lease on his career destined to be impactful. “Shit Talker” is available on all DSPs via Strictly Business.
After you take a listen to “Shit Talker,” feel free to follow Roy’s career daily on Instagram and Twitter.
Stream “Shit Talker” now.
Best known for his collaborations with Blacc Zacc and Cosanostra Kidd, rising Georgia artist YWM Flyaa steps into his own with the release of his new album. Today, he helps promote the project with the release of the new video, titled, “Don’t Talk.” The visual was shot in Atlanta in an old antique shop with pieces from European and baroque style furnishings; capturing the ‘mafia’ vibe of “Don Talk.”
“Don’t Talk” appears on Flyaa’s new album, 1 Foot In 1 Foot Out. Featuring impressive new songs like “Trapper of the Year,” “Spin Again” and “It Is What It Is.” The album is his resignation letter to the streets.
“I named the project ‘1 Foot In 1 Foot Out’ because that’s exactly where I am right now; working towards being completely out of the streets and focused solely on my music; I just always want to deliver my story in the realest way,” said YWM Flyaa.
The album displays YWM Flyaa’s lyrical talents through his raw uncut storytelling over perfectly paired beats which he began working on last summer.
1 Foot In 1 Foot Out is available on all DSPs via YWM Music.
Chicago’s SCE Nightlife creates a lifestyle that identifies a culture. The music embodies the crime, party, drugs and violence that happens when the sun goes down. Every song documents an experience and as their new album, Volume 1, becomes a must-have in the city’s influential Hip Hop scene. The group shows us their more activist side in the release of the project’s lead single, titled, “It Wasn’t Suicide.” The song takes a look at the current mass police injustice acts that have taken the lives of marauders like Sandra Bland.
The dark new song comes in support of the families of suicide victims. SCE Nightlife created the “It Wasn’t Suicide” initiative to support families of unjust murders by police that were ruled as suicides. The money raised will go directly towards families to help with lawyer fees and to provide financial relief. “It’s becoming too common and I want people to have money to get justice. I wrote this song when I heard about Sandra Bland and now it’s happening every month. That’s why I started the gofundme to help the victim’s families”
They continue, “I take that energy I feel when I hear about stories like this and put it into this song. It’s up there.”
“It Wasn’t Suicide” and Volume 1 is streaming everywhere on Sacred Circle Entertainment. Along with the new single, the album includes fellow breakout songs “RapGame/DopeGame,” “Entangled” and “We Gone See.” Donate to the Victims Families of Suicide today on GoFundme. For everything SCE, follow them today on Instagram. Stream Volume 1 now.
Meet the Sunshine State’s next up in Mill Tiket.
Known for his consignments by popular names YK Osirus, Mook Boy, Julio Foolio and Dee Watkins, Mill Tiket has generated a tremendous amount of buzz in 2020 with his fluid flow and captivating star power. His previously released song, “My Reality” thrust him into the limelight. Today, he seizes the moment in the release of his debut album called The Jit Dat Hit.
For his introduction, Mill Tiket leads with an impressionable new visual, titled, “For Ya.” Like most of his music, Mill Tiket channels childhood trauma into compelling street raps. “For Ya” is directed by Blood Is Bond.
Watch “For Ya” now.
The Jit Dat Hit is a 14-track project featuring Mook Boy, 9lokknine, FSG Bangout and Juice Yung’n. Alongside “For Ya,” the debut includes breakout songs “Big Poppa,” “Grave” and “Vacant.” The album is the perfect jump-on point for newfound fan as he becomes the voice of the tormented masses. And with the album, continue to follow Mil Tiket’s journey on Instagram.
Available on OG Vision, The Jit Dat Hit is streaming on all DSPs. Take a listen below.
Tracy T, formerly of Maybach Music Group, has come into his own now and ready to show Hip Hop what he can really do. Today the “Choices” recording artist displays his evolution in the new EP, creatively-titled, Time Machine.
While best known for his collaborations with Meek Mill, Rick Ross and Pusha T, for his next phase, Tracy T links up with Atlanta superproducer Zaytoven for a five-song rebirth. The two ATLiens deliver a saucy new sound for Tracy T and his heavily influence trap raps that fans will surely enjoy. The project is lead by the new single, “BLRRT,” a gritty new street anthem.
Watch “BLRRT” below.
For Time Machine, Tracy spent 2020 campaigning the new project with his buzzworthy singles, “Birds Nest,” “Stay Woke” and “Featherweight.” Following Time Machine, Tracy will be dropping two more EPs in 2020 while he creates his next full-length album, titled, Never 2 Late. The album is slated for early 2021.
Time Machine is streaming everywhere via own Money Bound Entertainment imprint. For more Tracy T, follow him on Instagram.