NIQLE NUT – “18K Gold” ft. Village Boo & Sparc

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By Kaitlin

Cali’s own NIQLE NUT is back today with a fiery new track titled “18K Gold” featuring Village Boo & Sparc. Through his gritty lyricism and is catchy, enticing flow, NIQLE’s passion for his craft can be felt with every bar. Anyone chasing a dream, or hustling with their craft, can relate to this hard-hitting, NY Bangers-produced track. Expect more content from NIQLE sooner than later.

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Dre-Ski – “Calm Your Taste Budz 2” [Mixtape]

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By Kaitlin

Dre-Ski is an artist who has been no stranger to the many changes of the music game. Hailing from Virginia Beach, VA he has had the opportunity to open up for Lupe Fiasco & Fabolous on separate occasions. He has been featured on Sirius Satellite and XM radio twice with his 2010 hit song “Why We Hustle” produced by the hit makers The Common Wealth/Stu Enscoe. He just released his new mixtape titled “Calm Your Taste Budz 2” hosted by New York’s very own DJ Relentt. Check it out here via DatPiff.

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Monk – “Twerk It”

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By Kaitlin

There’s always something refreshing about an artist who feels comfortable in his own skin. At a time when there is a blur between creativity and mediocrity, Monk is on a mission to redefine Hip Hop with authenticity. He is the perfect cocktail of mystery, boldness and explosive talent. He is building his LEGACY by raising the bar of professionalism. With the release of the single “Twerk it,” Monk firmly establishes himself as a musical force to be reckoned with. The song is head bopping Hip Hop at its finest. “Twerk It” is extremely catchy with an infectious hook. A few notable DJ’s have jumped on board in support on the song. Monk is currently finishing up his album called “Fortitude.” The buzz is growing, the anticipation is thrilling and the momentum is rising.

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Dyson Alexander – “Tap My Phone”

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By Kaitlin

Teenage hip-hop sensation Dyson Alexander bursted on to the scene back in 2014 with his kid friendly single “Poppin Bottles,” which caught the ear of local DJ’s and tastemakers – eventually causing the record to receive regular air play during the mix-show segment of DC’s most prominent radio stations. Fast forward – the PG County native has established himself as a musical force to reckon with in and out the booth, rocking stages with the likes of 300 Ent.‘s Dae Dae and Freebandz General Future.

Entitled “Tap My Phone,” his latest Go Grizzly-produced audio contribution serves as the debut cut off his soon to be released One of Them EP and even garnered a nod from DJ Khaled. Expect the LVCHLD-directed visual for the high-energy cuffing season anthem to drop soon. Stream below.

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bitter’s kiss – “My God” [Video]

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By Kaitlin

In the past year, New Jersey indie pop act bitter’s kiss‘s uniquely vulnerable and emotive songwriting has helped her build a strong and ever-growing following (currently 325,000 + via Facebook and Twitter alone) and millions of listens to her work on Soundcloud and Youtube.

Today, she returns with a new video for “My God.”

My God is my reaction to the irony in religious conflict. Religious beliefs are most often promoted as ways to make us better people, but can also be used to justify violence against others, with both sides believing that God is on their side. The idea for the video was to show sameness and humanity in our different religious expressions.

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