Spanish Harlem’s 1Shot Dealz presents “Time To Kill”, produced by 808 Mafia. The song will appear on his upcoming original mixtape, “Real Talk, No Talk”, via his own Ryder Music imprint. The vibrant songwriter has been on tour with DMX and will be releasing new visuals from the project soon.
Detroit’s thirteen year old music sensation Que9 lets the ladies know that no matter where he’s at in his busy music career, he’s always just a “FaceTime” call away. This track was produced by The Crew and will appear on Que9‘s upcoming “Epidemic” EP via BMB Entertainment, which you can get here: https://itun.es/i6hv37w
JPride shows off her powerful vocals and adept songwriting skills as she re-imagines Dreezy’s hit “Close To You”, featuring T-Pain. Listen as the Mississippi native adds a jazzy flare over the sultry track produced by Terrace Martin & Rance of 1500 or Nothin’. This song will appear on JPride‘s upcoming mixtape, slated for release this Winter via Dope Since ’78.
Seattle songwriter Ryan Caraveo speaks with relatable angst to the masses of young people who feel out of place in a cruel world with “Grim Reaper”. This Hip Hop / Electro mashup was produced by Teal Douville, known most recently for his work with the likes of Gwen Stefani and Panic! at the Disco, as well as contributions to the second “Empire” television show soundtrack. Look out for Ryan’s indie album “Maybe They Were Wrong” coming December 1.
Every since his first mixtape, “Field of Dreams”, Banknote Mitch‘s audience has continuously grown. Now as word about his new project “Best of Banknote Mitch” spreads like wildfire, the industry finally recognizes his true potential. Rarely does an artist live up to all the pre-album hype but in this case, it’s completely the opposite. The new mixtape is available on below.
Fa$t Life & Metro Boomin connect on this melodic freestyle that fits their chemistry oh so well. This is the first but not the only work that these two have put together. Fa$t Life keeps it real and consistent with his other recently released music. Letting us know what its like to grow up where he did anon “Angel Dust”. This freestyle adds even more anticipation for a full project release this upcoming winter, “199X”.
Haddy Racks is back with the second installment of his visual mixtape series, #Mixtagram v.2 No Cuffin Season. Comprised of seven one-minute visuals of Racks’ freestyles over classics from the likes of 50 Cent, Nas, Jadakiss, Tupac and Cam’ron, the project debuted on the Bronx songwriter’s IG account and all the clips can be seen below.
02:1 – Why (Jadakiss “Why”)
02:2 – Say a Prayer (Nas “Stillmatic”)
02:3 – Power (50 Cent “Position of Power”)
02:4 – Bro (Cam’ron “Losin Weight Pt 2”)
02:5 – Forever (Jhene Aiko “The Worst”)
02:6 – Brenda’s Revenge (Tupac “Brenda’s Got a Baby”)
02:7 – How to Rob 2016 (50 Cent “How to Rob”)