Ice T & partner Hen Gee introduce M Dot Taylor’s brand new single titled “Stylin,” featuring Ice T’s protege, Watts Native Fedie Demarco and produced by award-winning producer Helluva (Tee Grizzley, Kodak Black, Megan The Stallion, Migos, Young Jeezy). “Stylin” possesses a feel good sentiment that is needed in today’s hip hop. Detroit native M Dot enlists his California counterpart Fedie Demarco to tell a young lady just what life can be like with them. In short, it is just as glamorous or as gritty as she wants it to be. The duo together brings just the right vocal partnership with their polished urban flair.
Straight out of Cali, Final Level Music artist and Ice-T protégé M Dot Taylor has released his new single entitled “Tap In.” Produced by Taylor, Hen Gee and Ice T, “Tap In” possesses a classic West Coast hip-hop vibe while allowing M Dot and his fellow artists, AD and Glasses Malone, to demonstrate their comradery and their comfort in any city they touch down in. There are rules to this of course and each artist lays them out in their bars.
We could tell you about the track or you can listen for yourself.
Pair a California rapper with an up and coming Mexican rapper and what you get is a dope a song about how to light up the good good. M. Dot Taylor has teamed with rising rapper El Pinche Mara to create the perfect ode to good weed and leaving the other b.s behind.
With a catchy hook and some easy listening bars, M.Dot and Mara acknowledge that sometimes, life gets crazy as they trade bars about their own experiences. In this colorful lyric video, you get a glimpse at the visuals that M. Dot will present as he readies his debut project.
M. Dot Taylor may be new to some but he has been burning up the West Coast. His music garnered the attention of the original California O.G/. Ice T who has taken him under his wing and signed him to his label Final Level. Taylor has a unique flow that reminds you of classic hip-hop. He is a throw back to feel good music that catches you from the first few bars.
Taking a break is sometimes a necessary and much-needed way to detach from things. Time to re-calibrate, recharge and come back to whatever it was that you left with a renewed attitude and spirit. This is exactly what Detroit emcee Jovie has done over the last several months. Jovie took a much-needed hiatus from the industry as he took time to focus on his family and worked on new music. Now Jovie is back and he want’s the industry and his fans to know that he’s #StillOnGo as he releases his new single which carries his aforementioned mantra “#StillOnGo”. Jovie teams up with fellow Detroit beatsmith “My Producer” as Jovie gives us his latest offering, as he puts the industry on notice that he’s #StillOnGo.
Hit the link after the jump and get ready for the re-emergence of Jovie back into the game!
It’s said that “Less is more” and that “silence is golden“, but there comes a time when enough is enough and you need to have an off the record conversation! This is exactly what B-more’s own “Bossman” gives the world with his new single “Off The Record 3” from his latest project “Law & Order II“. Bossman gives us over 7 minutes of bars as he talks about his life, his family, friends, women, the music industry, social injustice and all other things that have occupied the B-more emcee’s thoughts. This by far is the most honest and introspective track that Bossman has ever written and it’s evident by the raw emotion showcased as he takes us on a journey into the things that plaque his thoughts!
What happens when you have cameras follow & document a day in the life of “Bossman The God?” A Lithuation! That’s exactly what happened in the latest offering from Bossman, as he gives us the second single/visual from his latest project “Law &Order 2”,“Still Lit!” Bossman & his right hand take a trip to AC (Atlantic City) and then well. You’d have to see it to believe it! Bossman once again shows star power as his clever lyricism coupled over a heavy snare & kick ladened track makes for a classic “Boom Bap” feel. As the summer winds down Bossman is gearing up to release more content from his current project and is ready to bring heat to the fall & winter. Check out his new video “Still Lit” and see why Bossman has been lit since 06!
law and order
phrase of law
a situation characterized by respect for and obedience to the rules of a society.
The aforementioned term was created to help protect Americans, to keep them safe and provide our society with a check & balance system to provide justice to the people. Unfortunately this is no longer the case for people of color. In urban communities there is no such thing as “Law & Order”. The same system that was set up to protect us is killing us at an alarming rate, and people don’t feel safe. Bossman knows this all to well as the Baltimore native deals with the lack of Law & Order on a daily basis in the streets of Baltimore. Just like in every urban community in the US he’s not only had to battle with the struggles of living in said community, but also the perils of a criminal justice system that isn’t for him or the people of the community. How can you win? When people are being killed for obeying the law and true justice isn’t being served.
With his new project “Law & Order II” the sequel to his breakout project, Bossman channels the frustrations of life without Law & Order and gives us his perspective, and that of the people of Baltimore with his new project. Bossman ‘s stellar lyricism coupled with great production, gives the struggles of the people a voice, as he gives us what life is like in Baltimore without Law & Order. With standout singles “Letter to Jay Z, Shottas, Off the Record and Still Lit.”Bossman gives forth a solid body of work while providing a soundtrack to injustice. Our criminal justice system is broken and we can’t afford to lay down and accept it.
Checkout Bossman’s new project “Law & Order II” and listen to the voice of the people!
Ali Vegas and G.U.N. Productions (L.O.X & Papoose) bring you a classic flip over one of the legendary Alchemist tracks from the late Prodigy album H.N.I.C. As a homage to Queens and a salute to Prodigy, Ali gives us his latest visual “The Foundation” check out his new visual after the jump as the Queens emcee pays homage to his hometown Queens and the iconic Infamous Mobb Sheep’s Prodigy.