If you are not familiar with the name LongLiveFrost, you are not Philly or Hip Hop! Frost is not known for a certain style or flow when it comes to his music. In fact, because of his out of the box approach, delivery, and stage performance fans outright gravitate towards him.  His recent single “Money Making Mitch” produced by Bandit Luce, is a sure win chart topper! Frost executes an autobiographical reminder about fraud, deception, and how to live life blockading both. “Everything I touch on I’m going King Midas on it”.  What better way to send a paramount message than to include inviting beats and sounds to move your body? The combination of both is a genius score by Frost.

Listen to “Money Making Mitch” below.


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SongBird TheGoddess, representing Delaware, is a Goddess in every sense of the word. She has proven to hold her own in a male dominated industry. Her voice is a rarity with the expertise to belt songstress vocals and rap bar for bar knocking out her competition.  In her single “Screwed Up” SongBird raps about her hunger to make it and backs up everything she puts down. Her use of punchlines, gritty lyrics, and witty delivery takes listeners back to the essence of Hip Hop.

Listen to “Screwed Up” below.

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Lou Maurice, versatile rapper from Delaware, releases the official video for “Remember The Enemy”.  The  hit single is off his latest mixtape “No Rap Captain Jack”.  This record is definitely a club banger and something the ladies and fellas can both vibe to. However, take heed to the title because Maurice delivers a persistent message to those trying to block his focus, which is his career.  He is the “captain” allowing no distractions except cashing in!

Listen to “Remember The Enemy” below.


Listen to “No Rap Captain Jack” Mixtape

“No Rap Captain Jack” Spinrilla

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Philly’s own Bino Da Singer is known for both his lyrics and harmonious vocals. His latest single “I Don’t Wanna Live This Life” hits heavy to families and all walks of life.  Bino’s soulful approach to poverty, abuse, strained relationships, and other struggles is brilliant. It offers listeners a sense of hope to remain strong on their feet. This record is one to embrace and holds as timeless music on the charts.

Listen to “I Dont’ Wanna Live This Life” below.


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New Music | Tha Bishop (@HuskyRecordsLLC) “The Universal Code”

Husky Records LLC presents “The Universal Code” by Philly’s seasoned and eccentric Hip Hop Artist, Tha Bishop.  Bishop carries a lengthy musical background and resume that exceeds 15 years.  Although his role throughout that time has shifted more on the business side, running his own label, and building a platform for Indie artists he never relinquished the mic.  His latest single “The Universal Code” is sure to hit the charts as another of Bishop’s timeless records; attested by it’s melodic boom bap sounds, instruments, and preach the good word lyrics. The record elevates Hip Hop back to the core and essence which is a sentiment that seems to be forgotten.  It is simply the “We Are The World” of Hip Hop!

“The Real Hip Hop is universal, it’s all love it wont’ hurt you”-Tha Bishop 



“The Universal Code” Single



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Originally from St. Catherine, Jamaica Simba moved to Mount Vernon, NY with his family to build a better life and speak dreams into existence. Growing up in Mount Vernon he experienced the environmental hardships of murder, violence, gangs, and other wraths of the street. Rather than give into defeat Simba found solace in writing and rhyming.  One of his first records “Susies Story” narrates the horror he witnessed daily.  Even now he credits Mt Vernon for making him the man he is today.

Presently The Real Simba is building a steadfast career for himself. As a young artist on the scene, not even at the peak of his career, you can find Simba performing live at some of the most notable venues and events like SOB’s and SXSW Festival. As a result of his rigorous work and dedication he is winning respect from Hip Hop legends and Pioneers. Simba continues to make a name for himself with a growing fan base of over 20,000 and performing alongside major artists such as Mr. Cheeks, Lil Scrappy, Cassidy, and Fred The Godson.  With hit singles “Blue Faces”, “Pen Game”, and “Want It All”; it is evident The Real Simba is a global sensation entertaining fans with his exclusive style, attention-grabbing sounds, and overall versatility as an artist. Stay tuned, new music is on the way!

“Blue Faces” is the latest hit by Simba that is taking over the clubs both domestically and internationally! “Blue Faces” is a reminder to fans and haters that money hasn’t changed who he is or his beliefs. Simba delivers this reminder over a catchy club-banging beat.








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Rockboy Records Artist and Mobb Deep affiliate Computa releases new single “Yayo” produced by D/R Period and Jonny P.  Notorious for his gritty bars Computa suits up boss style to deliver a familiar street tale, over a hard and suspenseful beat.  Although “Yayo” depicts an 80’s drug trade, listeners can interpret that musically Computa is the connect, on his daily hustle, inviting any trouble because he is the problem!


Directed & Starring: Fly Ty

Directed/Filmed/Edited: Rennie RenWah

Songs comes courtesy of Rockboy Records / Whatevaok / Orchard* division of SONY MUSIC




Rockboy Records

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Rockboy Records Present Zay The DoeBoy “Kooda” & “Set Trippin” Freestyles @ZayTheDoeBoy

Zay The Doeboy, originally from Brooklyn and now residing in New Jersey, was born into music, and guided by some of the majors in the industry!  “Other kids were into basketball and football, but I just wanted to be in the studio all day and everyday”.  Raised by legendary Producer and Recording Artist, D/R Period, Zay did just that! As a child he witnessed Jay Z, Nas, Smooth The Hustler, and so many other famed artists perfect the craft of creating timeless music.

Although writing rhymes since he was a young boy, it wasn’t until age 13 that Zay was determined to record music and make a name for himself.  Being of that age there were many that doubted Zay and his declaration.

“I bought a $20 mic and a music program and just started going in. I met other people along the way and formed a group. I brought my music to D/R and the rest is history” 

Zay matured and his days and nights were consumed in the studio. His motto, “Carry On”, reflected his mindset to continue to create and grow as an artist.   There were many lessons along the way in Zay’s journey from major artists, D/R Period, as well as the streets.  Throughout those years he learned to step up his lyrical game and master the craft of putting together bars and hooks.  Zay’s hard work and dedication combined with noteworthy learned lessons, resulted in a catalog of mixtapes including 5 volumes of “Time to Pay Up”, “Smells like Winter”, “Hot New Hip Hop”, along with his EP “Zayyy”.

“I’m my own kind of artist, original and unique. I grew up developing all three to become Zay The DoeBoy”

To date you can catch Zay performing on some of the most prestige stages across the east coast, and at Hip Hop’s most celebrated festivals such as SXSW. Be on the lookout for Zay’s forthcoming album “Carry On”, a self-produced debut solo album.  Signed to Rockboy Records under D/R Period, this is just the beginning for Zay The DoeBoy!

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Nu JerZey Devil’s new single/video “Take Money” | @nujerzeydevil

Nu Jerzey Devil has released the visual for his newest single Take Money.

Before we go into the video let’s take a minute to go over some info about Nu Jerzey Devil.

“I came from the Bottom, I taught myself how to Dj, how to shoot my own videos. I put
together a team I trusted, and we never stopped grinding” States Nu JerZey Devil, when asked about his humble beginnings. Where there’s a will, there’s a way and JerZ definitely paved his own way. Having learned to Dj in addition to producing at a young age, provided Nu JerZey Devil with the opportunity to produce for notable artists such as Lil Wayne, Neyo, and of course West Coast Hip Hop Artist; the Game who JerZ has been Djing for many years.

“Double C’s on the bag, Fifty-five on the tag, Take a ni**a for his last,
Leave the club with the cash, All she do is Take Money…All she do is
Take Money!”

Take Money is the perfect anthem for all those “Take Money”, always grinding type of women! The track produced by Bongo By The Way, Nu JerZey Devil rides this beat perfectly! In addition it’ll having you vibin’ to it while you light one up in the club, and pop some bottles with a few Get Money type of beautiful women!

The video is shot at JerZey’s second home…Miami! Take Money, directed by Shula The Don, who captured JerZey tearing through the city in a double R, partying at Miami’s hotspots and enjoying life with beautiful ladies by his side who are always about their business….

Always focused on that paper! Nu JerZey Devil is continuously on a money mission and Take Money, is art imitating JerZey’s real life events!

In the words of Ani Galestanian/LimitLess Entity


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New Music: Frost G delivers a new single “Mouf Do” | @Frost_G74254 @DjSmokeMixtapes














Hailing from the Lone-star state with the #1 single on KOD mixtape 2015, 2X Akademia Music Award winner 2016 & 2017 for singles “StreetCertified” & “Think about U” ft China Marie & Trae tha Truth, Southern Entertainment’s Internet Hustler of the Year nominee 2017, on every hip-hop/blog site in the nation as well as overseas, award after award, accolade after accolade…

Frost G shows how with his unique word play, bruising punchlines, catchy metaphors & similes, why Texas…no the world, might have a problem!

Frost G’s “Mouf Do” is a tribute to the ladies clearly detailing how much of a soul snatcher he really is! stream and download “Mouf Do” on MyMixtapez, Spinrilla, and other outlets!

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