Frederick Antoine Haywood, known professionally as DB Kash, is an American artist and activist. Raised in Lousiana, he embarked on his music at the age of 17 and became a member of the rap group “The Dirty Boys”.
The group would release their freshman album 36 ounces. Unfortunately, unforeseen circumstances would soon see them go their separate ways. Kash remained undeterred from his goals and founded “Dirtyboy Records” with which he released three albums, Gutta Wayz 2 Get Paid, Take Dat and Take Dat Vol. 2. He would go on to kick-start his solo career in 2016 with the acclaimed mixtape It Iz Wat It Iz. Since then he has not looked back and has released a plethora of mixtapes and singles. Kash is a true businessman at heart and he lets it be known. In his own words:
“The Music Industry is a Business! My Music Is My Business!
I Take Business Serious So I Put Time, Money And Emotions Into It”
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Thoughts of being deceived in a relationship will have a real man “Gone” shot by #kickaddiks
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New Orleans artist Devious is scheduled to release his new album The Narrative on April 26th. The album will be available for pre-order on April 12th.
The platinum/gold songwriter has been busy raking up accolades for his contributions on Cardi B’s triple-platinum Invasion of Privacy, City Girls’ “Twerk” featuring Cardi B, Lil Duval’s “Smile Bitch,” and countless others. The ASCAP songwriting award winner Devious looks like he won’t be slowing down anytime soon.
The veteran wordsmith is known for his witty collaborations with Kevin Gates on Devious’ “You Sleep Out Here” and his smooth “Coffee House” featuring Fiend of Jet Life Recordings, which was produced by platinum producer Blaqnmild.
Now, Devious drops off his latest visual “Don’t Put Your Life On Hold” featuring Ronnie Spencer from Houston, Texas, known for his infectious singing on “One Day” by UGK. The track was produced by S-8ighty, a talented producer/artist known for his breakout hit “Halfway”.
The Nola representative also unveils the artwork and tracklist for “The Narrative”. Follow Devious on Instagram at @ItsDevious and @DeviousOnTwitt on Twitter.
14 year old rapper from the Bay Area drops new record “Nightmares”.
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Detroit’s very own rising hype, Thurgo Kush, delivers a brand new visual for his latest single, “I Do.” Shot by Dexta Dave, Thurgo Kush, delivers trippy vibes with yet another anthem for all his fellow smokers.
We’ve been patiently waiting for new music from the midwest artist, so make sure you go check out his latest single, “I Do,” below, and stayed tuned for more music from Thurgo Kush on the way.
Wes Krave sets the tone for one epic year with a new single, “Shake & Bake.” Coming with upper echelon flows on top of smooth production, the track hits on real-life topics like jealousy, false paternity claims and fraud rappers. “Shake & Bake” shines in Wes Krave’s ability to keep it genuine, painting vivid pictures of everyday life from the perspective of an OG. Lines like “only f*ckin’ with the true no suckers in my section” and “always kept it low key I never been a flexer” offer relatable content matter, in addition to letting ‘em know Wes Krave has been a boss.
Krave’s latest effort, the full-length By The Code dropped January 30th, 2019. According to industry insiders, the release has brought Wes Krave to a large global audience. His obvious love for the creative process and making music for hip-hop fans just like himself is all over the new record and it’s expected to do big things for his career. Hip-hop aficionados looking for new sounds and wondering who’s up next in the game need to get with Wes Krave today. He’s the one.
Tacoma,Washington OG Mr. D.O.G. is back with his latest single “Who I Am” and he brings Mac Money And Kalieb Nash along for the ride. this track is a perfect example of “Content over clout”
A girl with trust issues falls for a dude because of good dick, both of them knowing he shouldn’t be there but just can’t help it.
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The upstate NY native Jake James left his home in public housing at 15 to start a career as an NYC hip hop artist. Skipping high school and earning a college degree helped keep the lights on while he prepped for his first release. Now 20, Conflict Theory debuts to tell his story.
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