Compton rapper RedAngel is on a mission right now since his tour this summer with Eric Bellinger.
Releasing the new mixtape “Red October 3” on Datpiff and Spotify plus other platforms hosted
by Dj Infamous aka Da Missin Link, he’s released another video for the track “Slidin”. Watch
the new video below.
Seasoned Boston Rapper Mall G is back with his 10Th mixtape release entitled
HoodAmerica with an album cover as thematic to match. He’s “pulling strings like a violin” as the song Money Longer says while keeping the features on this release tight knit to his G$D family as this tape is a personal one in tribute to his father who passed away on it’s release date July 22nd, 6 years ago.
HoodAmerica is gritty, less flashy than what Mall G fans are used to from the days he was Flossin with Max B but the lyrics punch like a pistol whip in this new style of flow he’s on. Not quite mumble rap, but in the essence of a lyrical MC with a modern monotone flow, fans can follow along with Mall G yet again as he tells a story with each verse. The beat selection for HoodAmerica, mostly produced overseas, and mixed by Lucky Genius (credits: Atlantic Records, Chamillionaire) is so melodic and consistent fans will think they are listening to a soundtrack to a movie.
The track Call You is a fan favorite as it speaks to the relatable pain of accepting when someone’s loyalty is no longer. Similarly, the track Far Away From Em helps one to keep focus on those positive sources in their life. The track Cool Off is a heavy hitter smash feat family member Hue Hef who fans can hear on WuTang’s latest album as the newest artist signed to RZA.
HoodAmerica by Mall G definitely earns it’s Stars and Stripes as a solid drop from the East Coast Rap scene. Salute!
Brand new mixtape from Dj Infamous reaching volume 56
Since Volume 55 came out just over two months ago Dj Infamous is back with a new mixtape
for the streets as the weather gets warm. The “infamous” In The Streets series makes
its way to volume 56 with the three featured artists on the cover in Gucci Mane,
Young Thug and G Herbo.
It also carries new exclusives from Yogi, an affiliate of the Duct Tape Entertainment family
featuring Marlo and Lil Baby on “Gossip”. Plus new sounds from Jim Jones and his Dipset comrade
Juelz Santana in “Still Dipset”. A true mixtape to rock with from beginning to end.
New year and new mixtape yet Dj Infamous aka Da Missin Link brings forth the art of djing
alive even more with the brand new mixtape In The Streets volume 54.
Being the headline of the week so far is Eminem releasing the “Chloraseptic” remix
with 2 Chainz and Phresher which kicks off the exclusive mixtape on Datpiff. Adding fire
to this, Dr. Dre becomes the advocate for his newest artist Jon Connor by hopping on Remy Ma’s “Wake Up” and spazzing out to the next galaxy on “I’m Back”.
Mixtape includes freestyles from Dave East,Joyner Lucas,Lloyd Banks and Mysonne all notable emcees
making statements in this early year. Also new music from Eastside Jody,Jd The Junior,K Camp and more
Coca Vango is stamping his passport heavy these days
Just within a two week span, Coca Vango is exhilarating his work ethic across the board at the moment.
Kicking off his run at the moment with “Feelings” with a handful of dope producers and days after that
delivering “Maybe” comes his third record.
“Paris” being the newest track to come straight out the lab from Vango. Nothing is left short
in this record with shopping trips up and down Champs Elysees meeting up with a bad one, just splurging
all over the place and enjoying time with her.
Look forward towards a new project coming very soon on Datpiff as 2018 is already here.
Coca Vango debuts the brand new project “Runway Juggin”
Coca Vango is back with the brand new mixtape “Runway Juggin“. This is the first project of the year
since releasing “Cocaine Flow 2” back in late 2016.
This time Vango takes it up even more as he’s on the brink of higher success coming out of Black Hollywood.
“Runway Juggin” consists of eight record with production from TrellGotWings,Zone 36,AP The Beat Martian and others.
Also takes on features from Jazze Pha,Asian Doll and VL Deck from Duct Tape.
The project starts off upbeat setting the tone until the end.Working with Zone 36, you can hear Vango really
take it next level with that Atlanta flow outside of the trap scene.Clicking with AP The Beat Martian
on “ASAP Rocky Cocky” exhilarates the sound in which many know of him from previous projects.
In life it’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey. There are various peaks & valleys as one strives towards the pursuit of happiness. When adversities strikes or change happens, some people fold under the pressure and others take on the attitude/mantra that “It Is What It Is” and I’m going to overcome any obstacles. This sums up the Brooklyn native Safaree aka “SB” and it’s also the name of his debut mix-tape. With a successful visual /single “Burner” catching fire on the internet (and ITunes) with over 199k views, SB gives his fans & media outlets a solid project that showcases his lyrical prowess and shows why SB has been pushing hard to get his music to the forefront. “It Is What It Is” hosted by “WalkLikeUS” & with several skits with power 105 Breakfast Club Show Co-host “CthaGod” aka Charlamagne gives us a good mix of songs that work together to make “It Is What It Is” a great debut project for SB. Checkout “It Is What It Is” after the jump and see why the future is bright for Safaree.
This is the 2nd installment of Bully – The Lost Files, presented by NovoaEnt and hosted by hosted by The Mixtape Bully. This mixtape is a mixture of freestyles, original songs, and features that fully represent the streets of Yonkers. Be on the lookout for more installments
Sometimes you do it for the love, sometimes you do it for the money and sometimes…well you just do it for the “dope boys and the bitches.” Rapper Mooch is back with a brand new single “DB&TB.” Featuring D. Stephens, Mooch rides the laid back track as he talks about street life, making money and cranking something out for the “dope boys and the bitches.” “DB&TB” is featured on Mooch’s latest mixtape Laura’s Son, which is available now.
Harlem rapper is releasing his long awaited mixtape Laura’s Son. The 12 track offering is a mixture of dope lyrics and tight production that any hip hop head would love. Mooch displays his lyrical talent and pension for riding certain beats. Featuring new artists like Fedel, IamChelseaIam, and D. Stephens, this tape is for any one who enjoys the classic elements of hip hop with the modern day lyricist.