Jan 15

[Video] @itsVain ‘7th Chamber’ Freestyle

Vain is back with another smash freestyle! Vain became infamous for his Freestyles, when his series Monster Bars featured G Unit‘s own Tony Yayo and was showcased on Worldstar and Thisis50.

Vain has been invited to showcase his Freestyle ability on Funkmaster Flex‘s Franchise TV as well as on DJ Self’s Power 105 radio show.

The only way to be in the know is to make sure you following Vain on ALL social outlets!

Connect w/ V.A.I.N
Twitter: @itsVain
Instagram: @ItsVain
Facebook: ItisVain
Website: www.itsvainsworld.wordpress.com

Jan 11

#NewMusic DJ DB405 drops EP titled “Lapwing Rd” | @DJ_DB405 @PromoMixtapes

Dj DB405 aka Mr. #GodisTrill is an up and coming DJ from Oklahoma. As an Oklahoma native this is the place where he first fell in love with music. This is where it all began before being in the streets selling mixtapes, DJing nightclubs,  and grinding all around OKC at the young age of 16.
 
DJ DB405 is a Christian DJ who is working with artists to create music with a positive message. Dj DB405 seeks to change lives through his music. Dj DB405 named this album Lapwing Rd. after the street he grew up on in Edmond, OK.  
 
Let’s get into “The Lapwing Rd. EP. Overall this is a crafty project. I am feeling the energy, the delivery, and production. Dj DB405 may be a christian DJ, but he delivers a positive message over trappy beats, and highly crafted engineering which is up to par with any of his peers. 
 
Historically “Christian” rappers have left a “corny” taste in my mouth with their over produced beats, boring lyrics and overly “churchy” sound. We need more Christian DJ’s like Dj DB405 to bring out the dope Christian artists. I am rocking with this dudes music and I love the positive message he exudes through his projects. 
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Dec 31

#NewVideo @k_rob4000 Get Sum Moe

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Street Strategic Entertainment presents the official video from Warren, Ohio native Kamikaze K Rob‘s hustler anthem, “Get Sum Moe”. The visual follows up his prior release, “I Don’t Believe You”, which debuted via Youtube this past July and has done an impressive number of views thus far. This blend of Midwest flow and Rock N Roll flare was produced by Alex Thomas of Nexus Sound Studio. Watch the video below and stay tuned for his forthcoming “Street Scriptures” mixtape to debut sometime in 2017.

Dec 27

James Flow releases a visual for “90’s Baby” | @JamesFlow_

With a high amount of “mumble” rappers getting the spotlight James Flow comes thru with a new single that’s reminiscent of a time when rappers really could spit. James Flow is an artist from Brampton a City in Ontario, Canada that takes pride in his music. “90’s baby” was created when James Flow realized the only real currency is time. Personally I rock with this record. James Flow keeps your attention, his delivery is clean, the production is on point, overall he keeps it short and sweet, with an abrupt ending which leaves you seeking more. Follow James Flow on Twitter, and Instagram today!

Dec 24

Video: Calloway The Novelist ‘Motivation’ @Callowaythenov1

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Check out the latest visual release from from Bronx born and raised recording Artist Calloway The Novelist “Motivation”. Calloway gives the world a taste of the Cold World in his latest. From friends to enimies in a instant. Watch it all unfold for yourself. “Motivation” is presented by Novelties Music Group. Enjoy.

Dec 23

#NewVideo @AlexisAyaana All My Love

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Atlanta’s Alexis Ayaana travels to her mother’s birthplace of Barbados to film the official video behind the breezy single, “All My Love”. It’s pure paradise as Alexis’ intoxicating vocals shine over a Caribbean-inspired beat and you’ll be able to find this song on her upcoming project “Twenty One”, slated for release in January via GME / Empire.

Dec 23

#NewVideo @DJPAULKOM Ft @Yelawolf and @JonConnorMusic Get Away

DJ Paul brings Yelawolf out of his social hiatus along with Jon Connor for the moody “Get Away” visual, directed by Edward Crowe and David Hulbert. This song appears on the K.O.M.’s “Year of the Six” project, which is out now in two parts here: http://lnk.to/YotsPt1 and http://lnk.to/YotsPt2 via Scale-A-Ton / ONErpm.

Dec 23

#NewVideo @ItsKiddKidd On Some Shit

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Following a heated interview last week about Lil Wayne, his ghostwriters and the cost of fame, G-Unit’s Kidd Kidd is back and literally “On Some Shit” with his new visual. An introspective classic, the release contains all the elements that made listeners fall in love with the Kidd’s sound.

Sick and twisted bars liter the beat, while Kidd eloquently exposes the real and the fake. Raw, street lyricism and metaphorical bravado definite “On Some Shit”; an incredible follow up to his single Count On My Hand. Directed by New Orleans cinematographer Ralph Medina, the video is another dope drop from Kidd’s upcoming EP, “PEANUT From Mazant”, a long awaited diary of bars guaranteed to reveal the phonies and shine light on the things that go bump in the night.