Yung Pacino – “Write My Wrongs” (Video)

LA’s own, Yung Pacino, sets the tone in Q4 with his new single, “Write My Wrongs.” Teaming up with director, @dbenfilms, Pacino tells a story of the streets and hustle through moving imagery and a cinematic performance for his standout single.

Coach Joey – Ghetto Friends with Money (Mixtape)

Detroit-based rapper Coach Joey releases star-studded mixtape called Ghetto Friends with Money. The project is a joint collection with currently incarcerated rapper Peezy. Telling the story of trafficking from state-to-state with in-your-face street raps and catchy hood anthems.

Executive produced by Joseph McFashion, the project’s production includes EJ Beats, Reuel Ethan, 808 JackBoyz, Jose The Plug, Rocaine, ClickKlack, Lee Choppn, and Drum Dummie. The 11-track collective features guest appearances by 42 Dugg, IceWear Vezzo, AllStar JR, Veeze, Baby Money, BabyFace Ray, Talibando, and Rio Da Yung OG.

Ghetto Friends with Money is available now by 4746 Global.

Chase Fetti – “Brazy”

Chase Fetti rises up out of New Jersey with his latest single “Brazy”.

The Garden State artist continues his rise and steps outside the box as he drops off something a little out of the norm on his new single. Known for his raw wordplay and bars, Chase Fetti takes a different approach this go around which allows the artist to display his versatility. With an energetic new record, some catchy lyrics and his mastered wordplay, Chase Fetti is making New Jersey look good on this one.

The throne is for the taking in New Jersey, watch as Chase Fetti continues his campaign to claim the throne. Be on the lookout for more from the young artist as he looks to close out the year strong.

Stream “Brazy” by Chase Fetti now

Robbo Brilliant – “From The Lou” (Video)

No matter where you’re going in life, never forget where you’re from. St. Louis MO natives, Robbo Brilliant and EJ Carter, make sure of that in their latest collaboration, “From The Lou.”

A dedication to their city, and also a tribute for the late Michael Brown, “From The Lou” tells a tale of a city infested with crime, drugs, police killings – but above all, resilience of its people. Watch “From The Lou” below.

Part of the video was filmed in Ferguson – home of Michael Brown.

Yung Lan – “Never Switched” (Video)

With every record he touches taking off on the charts, multi-platinum producer and artist YUNG LAN has quickly proved that he has the midas touch when it comes to making a hit record.

Earlier this year he released a single along with the official video for his track “FAKE LOVE”. Now, he returns with another new single and visual for his latest release, “Never Switched.”

Yung Lan is responsible for Blac Youngsta’s hit (Gold) record and sound on “Booty,” he has also worked with Fetty Wap, Kevin Gates, Lil Baby landing countless placements on the billboard charts and solidifying that he’s an equally talented artist on the rise.

“Never Switched” is available now.

Willy Cardiac – “Slippy Dippy” (Video)

18-year-old South African rapper on the rise, WILLY CARDIAC has been bubbling globally and the attention the Pretoria native is receiving represents the seeming shift from underground darling to mainstream colossus.

With the ethos of his music stemming from the sense that his generation goes unheard, Willy Cardiac is on a mission to represent the views of his peers. This comes through in his punk aesthetic and unrelenting Trap flows. Described as the ‘voice of the youth,’ the rapper’s journey has been non-traditional, to say the least.

Following up from his successful release of the EP “Cardiac Arrest,” Willy returns today with a new single and video for his latest release, “Sippy Dippy.” The new track is another testament that he has been able to carve out a lane and stand out for his unique take on trap music.

“The song captures what was going on in my life once I started to become popular as an artist. Ex’s calling, old friends stalking me, haters trolling me. The video is not what you would expect and paints the picture of all the people trying to get at me and keep me away from the world,” Says Willy Cardiac.

Watch “Sippy Dippy” Now.

McKinley Ave – “Save My Soul”

Off his latest effort, Did Dirt To Lay Pavement 2, L.A.’s McKinley Ave drops off album’s latest single, “Save My Soul”.

Buzzworthy for his impressive lyrical prowess, McKinley Ave dives deep into his past to discover what the future has in store for him. Therapeutic, “Save My Soul” is one of the album’s best works and sets up a promising new start among the majors as McKinley transcends to the next level of Hip Hop.

“Save My Soul” is the third single released off the album, following “Bae” and “Need Me”. McKinley Ave’s resume includes collaborations with Young Dolph and Eric Bellinger. This is the perfect jump-on point for newfound fans to get familiar with the rising West Coast star.

Follow McKinley Ave today on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Stream “Save My Soul” Now.

Stream Season 6 Premiere of Lil Ron Ron: The Animated Series

That smart mouth menace Lil Ron Ron is back for the sixth season of his intoxicating show, “Lil Ron Ron: The Animated Series”. 

Created by Brandon Reed and Ron Bush, the episodic series follows Lil Ron Ron, a precocious six-year-old boy, caught in the middle of his parent’s separation drama. Episode one of the new season is titled, “Welcome Home Party”. Like most Black family gathers, mayhem ensues once the alcohol gets involved. Grandparents, parents, even the family friends create chaos before the night ends. Like dihydromyricetin, it’s up to Lil Ron Ron and his hilarious smart mouth hijinks to fix the damage and bring his parents back together before things get worse. Ready to just chill after a punch-drunk week, here’s how to overcome the hangover with non-stop laughter.

Before the season premiere, catch up on all the trouble Lil Ron Ron has caused in previous seasons now on YouTube.

Watch the debut episode of the new season of Lil Ron Ron: The Animated Series above, available now via Malaco Music Group.

Ryan McDaniel – Not Ready For Love (EP)

By way of Indiana, LA’s rising R&B/Pop songbird/writer Ryan McDaniel has released his newest heart-tugging 5-track EP Not Ready For Love.

On his new project, the singer, songwriter, producer and actor takes listeners on his more-than-relatable journey of running from love; getting caught up and finally falling; and later breaking up, enduring the emotional process of condemning his ex, and finally moving on to better himself.

Ryan’s latest release follows 2018’s Closer EP and 2019’s remix to the title track, “Closer (Remix),” featuring Aloe Blacc, who’s notably worked with Avicii on “Wake Me Up” and “SOS.” Prior to his musical journey in LA, Ryan began exploring his passion in his home state of Indiana, where he learned about crossover arrangements, how to play classical piano, and to sharpen his smooth R&B vocals at a young age.

Ahead of embarking to LA to further his musical career, the multi-hyphenated singer/songwriter was cast by the first African American doll line, Kenya’s World; where he became the real-life face of “TJ,” the boyfriend of the main character Kenya. Since his move to the West, Ryan’s honed in on his diverse talents, leading to the release of his newest effort, Not Ready For Love.

Stream the new EP now, courtesy of Spotify.

Trev Deshon – “Stressin” (Video)

South Los Angeles’ own Trev Deshon has released the official video to “Stressin,” the title track to his debut album Stressin’, featuring Casey Veggies, Garren and Xian Bell, Derrius Logan and Rome Castille.

Similar to his prior visual releases for “Greedy,” featuring Garren and Xian Bell, and “Patience,” Trev, who began his entertainment career in theatre, continues to lace his latest music video with A1 theatrics. While he offered a Godfather-like theme in “Patience,” “Stressin” opens with a brief conversation between Trev, who’s restrained in a straitjacket, and a therapist sitting across from him. As the music queues, Trev begins explaining the culprits behind his stress: his journey to success; looking after his family; supporting imprisoned friends; and the diverse women he encounters.

On Trev’s debut album, the rapper opens up about his relatable and combative journey into adulthood, growing up in South Central; finding success in the music industry; and discussing the relatable woes of keeping patient while watching others become successful, accompanied with the many distractions that’ll keep one from a positive path.

Prior to, Trev dropped several projects, previously collaborating with West Coast staple Casey Veggies on the record “To the Top,” TDE’s Reason, and producer DJ Wes.

Watch “Stressin” Now.