“S.I.R” Was an idea Yung Scott came up with after his girlfriend experienced a type of bullying. It had a huge impact on her and them as a whole

Scott has also been bullied a lot of his life so he made a song to sort of tell a little bit how it happened and about the “Shit I Recommend”. In the hook, Yung is saying to keep all the bad thoughts away because they are just haunting you. He recommends to put them in a box and lock them away, also saying to think “Outside the Box”. If you trap the bad thoughts away in a metaphorical “box”, then you aren’t thinking inside the box but rather outside of it. The nineteen year old was born in Ogden, Utah. Listen to “S.I.R” here.

Lil Hakeem debuts “iOMGFREESTYLE!” a wild record produced by Maxokoolin and engineered by Michael Vital. The song follows a trendy distortion style seen in the new wave rap culture of today.

Harlem born, Charlotte raised Lil Hakeem has always had a passion and talent for music. He still remembers the first bars he wrote as an eight year old till this day. Hakeem first developed his love for music when he was a toddler living in Kingston, Jamaica. His early inspirations at the time were Beanie Man, Elephant Man and Sean Paul. Reggae music was the first genre of music he knew as a child.

At the age of six, Hakeem moved from Kingston to The Bronx. From there he would become obsessed with Rap music and a huge fan of Juelz Santana, Cam’ron, Jim Jones and The Diplomats. Hakeem started writing lyrics at the age of eight because his older cousin began rapping and would bring him around older friends who also liked rap music. Though Hakeem would write poems and random verses he never recorded. He didn’t start officially rapping until after his first year of college.

After joining a fraternity his first year of college he would make a name for himself on campus by dancing at parties and tailgates. Within the next year he would record “Know It’s Us” and “How We Do” with Ducey Gold and gain attention locally and around campus. After his second year of college, Lil Hakeem would dropout and move back to New York to pursue his dream and life goals.

Tysxn Rxmain gears up to release his latest tape, “Shitting On Last Year”, teaming up with label mate Mr. Jaeger for a heater of a track &and visual titled “Payroll”

Shot, directed and edited by Ay Hay (Co- directed by Mr. Jaeger), the video spans for just over 2 minutes with a burst of energy and sauce. This is wat sets FTW apart from other UK acts and is sure to impact stateside. The video definitely holds replay value to the fullest.

After hitting #22 on the iTunes Dance Charts in the UK, Matthew Schultz has taken his smash hit “Promise For Keeps” and made it even bigger! Bringing in Reggae artist Gyptian, the official remix carries good vibes throughout and is sure to keep you moving from the jump. Produced by the multi-talented Schultz and Johnny Thomas Jr., the island-infused cut is meant for the dance floor and holds it’s weight in the same vein as Major Lazer, Tory Lanez and Partynextdoor. Check it out below and be sure to check out the original right here if you haven’t already!

Lawrence, Mass native Neycuon keeps the Valentine’s Day vibes going as he drops off his new single “Party4Two”. This one is produced by Prodlem and follows a story of 2 people doing their thing who meet up on the low for some special February 14th vibes. Check it out below and support good music.

Scotty ATL

Scotty ATL takes you to his side of town in new visual

Scotty ATL is on his bullshit right now within the new year and making a strong statement
to the top by linking with Zaytoven for his new single “Hardest One” which released in January.

Today the East side ATL rapper takes you to his side of the city and puts on heavy
in the new visual. Of course the video holds cameos from super producer Zaytoven,
Runway Richy,Dj Tokars,Oj Da Juiceman and Cory Mo.

Scotty is gearing up for the upcoming project #UKWTFGO in May and this is just the start
for the ATL superstar.

“I Do Dat” Official Music Video!!!! Many people dream about being an entrepreneur, starting their own business, working for themselves, providing for their family and living a happy life. Very few, however, will actually take the initiative and put everything they’ve got into being their own boss, as someone that personally took that leap of faith I’m here to let the world know I’ll never give up “I Do Dat” the grind don’t stop.

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Paul Escobar is avoiding the trend of common rapper by expressing his unique lifestyle and grind through his music, inaugurating his lyrics in the Hip Hop Industry! This 22 year old kid was born December 7, 1995 raised by his mother in North Miami, Fl. However, life has not always been sweet. Growing up, Paul was not as fortunate as his peers, and did not do very well in school. His only focus and aspiration was to be a Hip Hop artist, however, his parents could not afford any studio time or any other extracurricular activities for that matter making it a very frustrating situation for this motivated future hip hop sensation. At the age of 13, Paul began breaking into houses and cars to earn income for studio, which only fueled his motivation. If Paul wasn’t breaking into houses, he was in the studio, and vice versa, ultimately, this routined lifestyle led to trouble and arrest. By the age of 16, Paul dropped out of school, and the game of armed robbery, to set his focus solely on his music! In early 2016, a new elevated hustler, Paul Escobar, began creating a new Hip Hop trend in his city. He dropped his first mixtape ‘King of Miami’ produced by Zaytoven which featured artist like Kodak Black, and Young Dolph. This mixtape expresses a new level lifestyle, that the HipHop music world is rapidly absorbing. “I won’t stop until I’m on top! I’ve been through it all, so I can’t wait to see what’s in store for me” Says Paul Escobar. Paul Escobar is undoubtedly the next young rapper coming out of South Florida. His fidelity to his craft and grind clearly shows that he has what it takes to be accomplished, and South Florida seems to be backing and relating to him 100%.

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RealBosses Ft Kodak Black Kill Season Produced By Zaytoven https://youtu.be/YuB1zgGQQas

RealBosses Ft Young Dolph I Came A Longway Produced By Zaytoven https://youtu.be/2uIS0ycrxpw

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“Visionary” displays Trev’s ability as not only a gifted lyricist but also showcases the many ways in which he can manipulate his flow at the drop of a dime.The single also features Minneapolis mainstay and “Alienz Only” co-founder, Reeves Junya. He supplies an uplifting second verse that raises the track to new heights. Together, Trev and Reeves have crafted an energetic piece of music that cannot be overlooked.

You would be hard-pressed to find a harder working word slinger than budding Minneapolis talent Trev. At just 19 years of age, Trev has managed to amass a steady following that carries over from the web to the real world. He’s released a slew of highly diversified, hard-hitting music and has even managed to find the time to pursue a degree at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management. With all of that being said, it’s important to understand Trev’s humble beginnings in the small town of Andover, Minnesota.

Rjack$ is a nineteen year old music artist from Oklahoma City that’s been making music for around three years now. He designs music that speaks to today’s youth while at the same time, incorporating ideas that speak to all ages. His latest video, “Last Forever”, is about young love and a young man’s passion for a young woman. Rjack$ speaks about how he wants this feeling to “Last Forever”. Watch the video here, filmed by King Spencer.