Backed by some bouncy production from fellow DMV native Dejuan Crooks, Maryland’s 20NVR makes their musical debut with the release of “Get Ready.” Taken off their forthcoming NVR EP, the single showcases the groups diversity and ability to compliment each other flawlessly.
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Rhode Island bred rapper Beef Ent is back with his newest project entitled ‘RI 2 YO.’ The 26 track project is an ode to the grind that Beef has been on the past few years. Culminating project after project, he hopes this one will resonate with people the most. Give the project a spin via Audiomack and let us know what you think!
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Devine Carama is one of the few artists coming up that skillfully pushes the golden-era sound of hip-hop to this day, favoring lyrics and concepts over 808s and bass. Carama just released a brand-new project in the form of Kingtucky, a triumphant 22-track album that is impressive from top to bottom. From his piercing, well-written lyrics to his variety of quickfire flows, Devine proves one thing across the board on this project—hip hop is alive and well.
Kingtucky (album) by Devine Carama
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Up-and-coming Delaware rapper, Seady, links up with eOne Music’s recently signed artist, Kur, for his new record titled, “Prayed For”. Inspired by escaping low class struggles and not taking “no” for an answer, Seady and Kur, elaborate on creating their own opportunities and grinding for what they “prayed for.” With a dope flow, raging hip-hop beat, and relatable lyrics, this record is sure to get people to grind hard and live the life they want instead of waiting for it to happen.
“Prayed For” will appear on his forthcoming mixtape, Seady Part II, scheduled to drop soon!
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Aaron Knight had a tremendous start to his campaign with the premiere of his single “OG” via The Fader. Subsequently, the track was picked up by virtually every major outlet and has garnered him great reviews from fans and critics alike. Looking to pick up right where he left off, the Sunnyside, Queens, NY native returns with his follow up single titled “Roll It.” Produced by Bangerz845, the bouncy cut finds Aaron Knight showcasing his melodic strengths and is sure to be yet another fan favorite.
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We’ve got some new South Florida hip hop music for you guys today and this one is a banger. Black Congress Music Group artist Maine Event dropped of his new single “Shinobi” produced by St. Leroy II. The record features Ali Coyote and Black Congress artist Jay Burna too. Jay Burna was recently just featured in Vibe Magazine “30 Florida Rappers You Need To Hear Right Now”. Already making its rounds in the clubs of Atlanta and South Florida, Maine might have a hit on his hands with this one but only time will tell. Stream it below and leave a comment.
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Sorry for the late post today. Website got hacked. But all is back in effect!
…It’s Indie Wednesday! Time to share your music!
If you’re new to this hip hop blog, check out the rules below and post your music.
1. Everyone is limited to one music post per week. Spammers will be banned.
2. You can post the same song if you posted it the previous week but keep that practice in moderation
3. Converse and dialogue with each other as much as you like. In fact, I encourage it.
Here is the suggested format:
1. Name of the artist:
2. Location (where are you from)
3. Couple of your social links (Twitter and or Facebook)
4. Say something about yourself, hip hop, or anything interesting. It can also be totally unrelated to music. Show us you have a personality.
Post music or videos that can play in the thread please. No download links to your mixtape.
Feel free to post any PICS and GIFs.
Check this: Hip Hop Artists: Post Your Music (10-19-16) –
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Following their audio release, Florida artists Prez P and Big NICS unveil their visual for “Who Got It.” In the Uncle Luc-directed visual, the pair shows viewers what a day-in-the-life is like. Picturesque palm trees, smoky studio sessions, and fine-looking Facetimes are just a slice of the possibility. And while leisure time is enjoyable, the two are all about their business. Partaking in secretive bag deliveries and go-getting, the two uphold a classic cloak-and-dagger style operation. The ShowOffBeats-produced effort serves as the lead single off the duo’s forthcoming collaborative EP TooPlayerMode.
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Seattle’s TAYWILL is back with the anticipated single, “Pull Up On Ya.” Coming off of his viral hit featuring Tory Lanez, the up and coming artist proves he’s just as talented standing aside from the Toronto star. Check out his single below, and be on the lookout for his upcoming project, Vanguard Music.
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By Uptown Toney
For many of us, what our parents were listening to when we were young is what groomed our taste and style. Around my household, Rakim, Biggie, Big Daddy Kane, Mary J Blige, Michael Jackson, Prince, Jodeci and a host of other artists flourishing in the 90’s on the radio could be heard from the streets, on any given day of the week. As an East Coast kid living just 15 miles from New York, I favored the grimy “NY rap sound” that The Lox, DMX, Ja Rule, 50 Cent and the rest of G-Unit were putting out, but the rise of the mixtape age would later expose me to a southern influence.
DJ Drama, Don Cannon, DJ Smallz, DJ Folk and DJ Demp were the gatekeepers that helped Young Jeezy, Lil Wayne, T.I., Gucci, 8Ball & MJG to walk in the homes of music listeners far and near. To this day, the mixtape era and southern invasion has a major impact on Hip-Hop culture. The southern drawl can be heard loud and [in most cases] clear, in North East reppin’ rappers like French Montana, Desiigner, A$AP Rocky, Fetty Wap, and his fellow New Jersey native, Kush Kelz.
In Kush Kelz’s case, the south wasn’t his only influence. Kelz’s trials as Trinidadian immigrant in America, hustling to get by would also be a factor in the shipping of shape. After a string of performances at this years A3C music festival in Atlanta and the release of his newest body of work, I Think the Neighbors Know, we got a chance to catch up with Kelz for an AO! exclusive Interview. Check it out below!