Stream The Brand New Mixtape From Rising Independent SaySay
In the hip hop world many seem to over look the state of Virginia in talent.That is beginning to change
from just being the home of alot of super producers to now artists emerging from the Commonwealth state.
One independent artist out of Hampton, SaySay is pushing it to the next level by debuting his new mixtape
“If SaySay Don’t Trust You” hosted by Dj Cinemax.
Emile Lapaix Jr., better known as E-Reign, is a hip hop artist from Long Island, New York.
Introduced to hip hop culture at age 10, E-Reign began writing raps after being profoundly influenced by Nas, 2 Pac and LL Cool J. Regardless of their career trajectories, all of these artists were born in New York and implemented that Big Apple flavor and mentality in all of their work, teaching E-Reign to keep the city close to him as he ventured out into the music industry and the world at large.
I have been actively following E-Reign ever since the release of his first mixtape Future of New York in 2014. Since then E-Reign has been on the grind doing shows in his area, and prepping his upcoming tour. E-Reign has also obtained his Vevo Channel and released a plethora of videos which include Serious, My Word, Magnet, Finger on it, Different. E-Reign has been awarded by Forbes Music with the performance artist of the year award. He has been featured in The Source, and Hip Hop Weekly Magazine. If you missed the first two mixtapes you can stream & download Future of New York Vol. 1and Vol 2here.
E-Reign Future of New York Vol 3 Hosted by Dj Smoke. You can find this mixtape on Livemixtapes, Spinrilla, MyMixtapez or just click the link to stream and download it on Soundcloud!!
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.
DaBaby, formerly known as Baby Jesus, reloads his recent project with new music as “God’s Work: Resurrected”. The original mixtape features an appearance from Lil Boosie, and production from Sean Da Firzt, JStacks, Slim Hood and Krazy Figz. Listen and purchase the project below.
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”)
Mystics Entertainment & Team Bigga Rankin Team up to bring the streets “Mystics Frequency”. A Mixtape featuring Various artist from differnet markets. Released Via Spinrilla this mixtape series is one to get your hands on
Atlanta’s Trubb Trillions makes sure to cover all the bases on his latest endeavor, “Totally Rude Unusual Black Boy (T.R.U.B.B.)”. Hosted by BBE Shank, the thirteen track mixtape offers up strip club anthems, street tales and money stacking sounds such as the intro track, “All Night Long”. Available for streaming and download via Spinrilla, here is Trubb Millions latest.
Miami songwriter and lyricist Purpose presents “Joy and Pain”, a 17-track project which Purpose co-produced alongside young beatcrafter, Z. The mixtape is now available on all digital retailers and streaming outlets via Miami-based Roc N Rollies Music.