N-Tyce - "You Deserve It"
N-Tyce brings you Hip Hop music that inspires. She drops off her official music video for her singe entitled "You Deserve It". "You Deserve It" is off her album titled “Food for a Souls” is the latest project by the National Hip Hop Recording Artist. This album will help listeners to focus their energy on positive things and will be their soundtrack as they discover greatness! Be prepared to let this album inspire your mind, body and soul, its available on all streaming platforms.
Da Family F/ Russdiculous (@Specter_Smit) - "Bloody Shoes"
Russdiculous Records presents "Bloody Shoes" by Da Family featuring Russdiculous. Russdiculous aka Russ Smith a 2014 NBA Draft pick currently playing in China. Russ played NCAA college basketball for the Louisville Cardinals where he was a NCAA All-American, and winner of the 2013 National championship. Da Family featuring Russdiculous "Bloody Shoes" now available on all digital music platforms. With new projects on the horizon, Da Family and Russdiculous are gearing up to stake there claim in the music game.
Ace Cold Case aka Nonchalant Ace, the (DMV) Northern Virginia Native. Is Back from his hiatus since his "So Virginia" Challenge, to bring a timely demise to all the fraudulent rap visual and gimmicks we've all grown fondest of. This record has a humbling hindsight message, that could easily get lost in the bravado filled presence. With nerve touching sentences emphasized thru its entirety. The perfect addition to the enigmatic artist Ace Frio considers himself to be. From the gritty vernacular, to the suit and tie ensemble he dresses himself in. All while he walks thru an abandoned building. Bringing you a vibe that's unforgettable to wrap up 2019.
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KT Rasta (@KTRasta) - "Calling My Spirit" Freestyle
Official music video for Chicago’s KT Rasta freestyle to Kodak Black's “Calling My Spirit” banger. The music video was shot by Amf Visuals, Rasta returns with another smash record and epic video this time shot on his neighborhood block located in the Southside of Chicago’s Englewood area where he spent most of his younger days growing up as a child. You can not only feel the pain in his lyrics and voice, but also the demeanor in his facial expressions as he takes us on a journey in a way that makes the listener feel every bit of pain, anger and emotion that has shaped who he has become today.
Veteran singer Jon B. has been a bit quiet on the new music front since releasing his standout single “Understand” with Donell Jones earlier this year. The song was an extremely successful return single and really maxed out the anticipation for a long awaited new album.
The singer has now returned with another new single called “Priceless”. He shared a preview of the song and video on his official Instagram account which you can watch below. The song and video was released in full on his birthday today, November 11th.
Although we can only hear a small portion of the song, it certainly has that Jon B. trademark swagg on it we’ve become accustomed to over the years. Now, the wait is really on not only for the new single, but for the new album.
In case you missed it, in a recent interview with youknowitgotsoul.com’s website, he discussed his single with Donell Jones, when to expect a new album, and much more.
From the video, we can see that our boy is on point, with hooks that thrill, this track, like so many of his past, will make the floors move in many a dance clubs. Jon B’s Priceless is just that.
Josh Alias is an artist hailing from Queens, NY. Also, the co-founder and member of the NY Rap Collective, @URBVN ARCHITECTS NYC. Josh brings you his newest visual from his Debut Album labeled "Growing Pains," released earlier this year under the UANYC collective. The whole project has a nostalgic yet modern NY lyrical style with a conscious and relatable approach. Stream the full project here: https://open.spotify.
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Mr. CityLites (@mrcitylites) F/ Reggie P - "Free Sauce/Free Game"
Mr. CityLites just who is he and what does he bring to the table? Bruce Carter is a "Street Poet" Known as Mr. CityLites who is an outspoken rapper who's performances get his fans crunk. Mr. CityLites is described as a cross between Jay-Z and Dre 3000. Mr. CityLites self-proclaimed the voice of the south (Mr. CityLites) has been rapping since age 11, using the mic as a way to express his vision of the streets. If his eyes are the windows to his soul, his lyrics are the reflection or as Mr. CityLites puts it "Anything I'm going through, you'll hear it in my songs. Mr. CityLites has been performing in clubs all around Atlanta since his third year in high school. Mr. CityLites raps about life in the hood and express his drive for Success in his music. So check out the Atlanta, Zone 3, artist Mr. CityLites official music video for his record entitled ""Free Sauce/Free Game" featuring Reggie P.
Snoop has always lived life as an ‘X-Factor’. Hailing from Port Richmond territory of Staten Island, the borough’s crime capital, Snoop was only an adolescent when he discovered the underlying motif which would come to define his life and his music; a refusal to die.
Snoop quickly realized that the chaos which had come to define his external reality, gang-affiliated since the age of 7, a criminal record before a high school diploma, as a one-way street towards obscurity.
Naturally adept at communicating his story through rumbling drums couples with hyper aggressive, quick-fire rhymes, Snoop is frenetic, charged, and uncompromising. The Demon Low front man is also a start reflection of New York City’s rising underground streets music scene, while carrying the kinds of quirks that have come to define Southern trap rappers.
Having gained major traction in his hometown in less than a year into his career, Snoop has received co-signs from DJs at Hot 97, New York City’s premier urban radio station, while simultaneously amassing a combined 100,000 plays on his 2018 release “Geeked Up” (feat $quidnice). Snoop’s rapid-fire ascension speaks directly toward his charm: it’s not flashy; it’s abrasive. It’s not gloomy; it’s grim. This balancing act of neighboring but still distant ideologies is what shines through in every aspect of his personality, life, and music, serving as the foundation of his “Demon Low” persona and brand.
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