An on stage resume which includes opening act for Mobb Deep and Smiff N Wessun and countless cameos in well know artist visuals (Dave East Feat Loaded Lux My Whole Life in addition to numerous Head Ice visuals). His work with other rising acts Londa B, Dan Barz, Microphone Strong, Zuquan Rooks, Charles Joseph and Gotti Man have been great additions to his discography. Check out the latest track, Crying.


Over the last several months, we’ve seen David Banner build great anticipation for his forthcoming album, which has included standout releases like “Marry Me” featuring Rudy Currence and the Big K.R.I.T.-assisted single “My Uzi” to name a couple. Now, with the release of The God Box quickly approaching, Banner turns up the dial once again with the release of another track from the impending LP. Teaming up with Black Thought of The Roots and trapstep trio WatchtheDuck, David Banner delivers the THX-produced single “Who Want It” — another extremely aware single from the Mississippi native that comes filled with nothing but bars filled with knowledge, backed by a stirring, grungy instrumental. David Banner’s impending album, The God Box, arrives May 19th and is currently available for pre-order.

Dallas Fort Worth emcee Yola Franklin know’s a thing or two about hard work! As she continues on the path to make her dream a reality she drops up the follow up to her last project “Before The M’s” with version 1.5. Linking with producers Yung Feddi, LilJuMadeDaBeat & Franchise, Yola brings 6 new tracks containing nothing but quality music that can only be described as certified heat. Check that out below and while you’re at it, head over and watch her latest video for “Myself”. If you’re feeling it, support good music and grab it on iTunes.

Husser aka The Black Steve Jobs releases his first single from his forthcoming debut album Geto Rock For The Youth on Cult Nation. Known for his lyrics and fiery stage presence alongside indie rap darlings The Posterz, Husser’s early solo outings have proven to be extremely successful. His collaboration with label-mate Charlotte Cardin, “Like it Doesn’t Hurt”, has been streamed over 3 million times on Spotify, and the accompanying video (in which Husser co-stars) has already amassed over one million views. Furthermore, his guest spot on Black Tiger Sex Machine’s “Crazies” has also been met with fanfare on SoundCloud where it has racked up over 300k plays. His first solo single and video “Can’t Blame ‘Em” flips the typical Apple new product launch on its head, as only a dreadlocked Black Steve Jobs from the ‘hood could.

Youngstown, Ohio native Joshua Crash Monroe is making boss music! On his brand new single the young emcee takes control of the mic and spouts out rhymes with confidence that is almost a battle cry of a sense, letting the world know he decides how he makes his moves. This one is produced by Josh Walls (JAW audio) with Monroe throwing his hat into the ring as a co-producer. 2017 is shaping up to be a big year for Crash as he continues to drop new music. Be on the look out for what’s up next and be sure to grab this one on iTunes and support good music!

JUST DO IT BRISK isn’t new to the industry he’s been around longer than some of us.

As a young kid he watched his father Jay Ski (of 69 Boyz, Chill Deal, Quad City DJs and 95 South)with songs like “Whoot There It Is” become a star. At the age of 11 Just Do It Brisk, began hanging in studios, watching videos and seeing moves by people like Michael Jackson, and producers like Timbaland and Pharrell, and of course the 69 Boyz. He Is very artistic, larger than life and shyly mysterious.

JUST DO IT BRISK says “(John John) was the name I started with, but as I got older of course we had to change that so we went from Brisky to JUST DO IT BRISK”.

He raps, he Sings but also is an excellent Producer. I’m a perfectionist but as a student of the art I understand music and can make music outside the box. It’s only insanity until it works.

He’s had several songs but his first NATIONAL single is titled

FLASHIN: “a single that’s the wave of hip hop music the younger people are listening to now, sorta on the Rae Sremmurd, Young Thug club style”. FLASHIN is recieving great responses from the Djs and radio. I don’t wanna come out urban/pop and shock the people just yet, but I can do it. “I JUST DO IT BRISK”

YOU CAN FOLLOW JUST DO IT BRISK everywhere @justdoitbrisk

South Carolina’s Blacc Zacc let’s us know what time it is in his busy life with “Right Now” produced by Supha Mario. This song appears on Zacc’s recent Dirty World EP, which you can get here:

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Featuring his #1 singles “Blackout” and “There Go,” NC4L’s weirdo brings to the table his Debut Mixtape “Me Being Me.” A reflection of his unique style, this lineup of songs is an array of catchy lyrics that allows the listener to free their mind and accept the raw talent of NC4Ls Drip-$um

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Throughout the course of a stunning one-minute visual exclusively filmed & polished by production company MadMisfit , Young M.A shoots at the rap game continuing to solidify her legacy-in-the-making. 

Young M.A. "Red Lyfe Freestyle" by MadMisfit