New Video: DJ Paul – My Shadow (@DJPaulKOM)

It’s a family affair as DJ Paul and his nephews Locodunit and Lil Infamous, known professionally as the duo Seed of 6ix, come together for “My Shadow”. This song appears on the KOM’s latest project Underground Vol. 17 For Da Summa, which is out now everywhere at via Scale-A-Ton / ONErpm.

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SHORT MOSCATO drops video New Trap, Boom Bap directed by S’likedat (@ShortMoscato)

Buffalo, NY’s Short Moscato is back with his sophomore project “My First Pair of Slippers.” The 11-track effort features Billie Essco, HOP HOP, Little Cake & Illusive with production from Wza, S’likedat, Scheme, Vice Versa, Program & More. Short’s mother took a photograph of him at age 4 in his first pair of slippers – Donald Duck slippers – which is one of his earliest memories of childhood: the comfort of those slippers.

“My First Pair of Slippers” is a coming-of-age album that showcases Short as an artist who is comfortable in his own skin; comfortable being true to himself and his art. The album is dedicated to his mother and godmother, who is currently battling ALS.

Detroit Rapper Top Prospect Drops New Album, “The World Is Mine” (@tprospect )

TP’s “The World Is Mine” project is jam packed with hot features from KXNG Crooked, D12, Swifty McVay, Bizarre, King Gordy, Marv Won, and others.


Detroit rapper Top Prospect is a model for grind and consistency paying off.

The first CD he ever owned was Digital Underground “Sex Packets”. He was 9 or 10 years old and “The Humpty Dance” was his favorite song. It was the first album with explicit lyrics his mom let him have, and he’s been hooked on hip hop ever since. He heard Snoop Dogg’s “Doggy Style” when he was 14 and has wanted to be a rapper ever since.

TP got in a lot of trouble as a kid and was kicked out of high school. It all led to an incident where he was shot 3 times. However, he recovered, got his GED and later went to college for audio engineering.

Around the year 2000 he got a menial job working at a car wash in the south end of Warren MI. Almost directly on the corner of 8 Mile and Van Dyke. This was around the time when Eminem was really getting big. He and all his friends were so hype about someone from the neighborhood being so great at what they were aspiring to be. It gave them hope.

One day he was cleaning a car out and it turned out to be Eminem’s. He was shocked that he was sitting in his favorite rappers vehicle. He was the only person allowed to clean his vehicles for many years. He even got to shine up a nice white Yukon that left his hands and went right into the “Lose Yourself” video shoot. That was a proud moment for TP, even it being so small of a detail, he always thought that he was a small part in an iconic video. Around that time he met Proof from D12. He was one of the coolest people he ever met. He even remembers Proof brought up a stereo system and had it installed at the car wash so they could listen to music while they worked. TP always wanted to be like them guys, but at the time he was in a very particular state of mind which made him very confined both in my home and his mind.

When he heard the Devils night album, he knew instantly that he was not different or strange in any way because as soon as he put that CD in the player he heard some of the most relatable rap. He repped D12 since the day Kon Artis gave him a copy of that CD at the car wash. Many years went by and he was still in the same predicaments. In and out of jail, partying and stuff. He knew had had to make a change. Any change would have been fine. But he made one of the best decisions of his life in 2010. He decided to go to college for audio engineering and videography. He excelled in both curriculums holding a high GPA which got him into the international honors society.

He heard online that D12 was accepting submissions from artists one day while he was in school and at the time he had only one song recorded, a beat he made in class. The submissions were to end the following day so he hurried and sent in his only track which had called “It’s About To Go Down”.
He heard nothing for a long time and eventually figured they did not like it. Then one day out of the blue he was contacted by D12s management saying that he was given a green light to make tracks with D12. It was a day he will never forget. He was washing dishing at a small restaurant in Ann Arbor Michigan when he received the email and the patrons in the restaurant heard his excitement from all the way in the back.

Slowly he started making music with D12. Track after track. Video after video. Swifty McVay really played a huge part in shaping his style into what it is – he would even help him with his homework. They starting working in the studio together, And then even shows. He was on stage rapping with one of his favorite emcees of all time. Since that time he has recorded 3 full length albums and recorded countless hours of video which is available on almost any digital platform.

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New Video – Brooklyn Queen – Rich Girl Problems (@BrooklynQueen03)

12-year-old Brooklyn Queen faces bullies at school, and serves up a diva style dream life in “Rich Girl Problems”. This song appears on the Detroit native’s Queens Corner project, which you can get now on iTunes and Apple Music via BMB Entertainment here:

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Independent Rap juggernaut IKE (Illest.Kid.Ever) is the CEO and founder of LAD (Living The American Dream) Society. He is a determined emcee who’s ready to take the music world by storm. His clever lyricism, magnetic delivery, efficient wordplay and irresistible personality has already earned him acclaim among Hip Hop aficionados. He is wise beyond his years and his music reflects his trials, tribulations and triumphs.

Equally important, IKE is currently riding high with his latest mixtaped called “The Trendsetter Mixtape.” The dynamic wordsmith goes full throttle on the Mixtape. This street album is like an “Action Film” on wax. If you’re a fan of hard beats and lyrical bars, then this top notch mixtape is for you. “The Trendsetter Mixtape” is a captivating street album that moves pass generic trap tales and takes the listener on a deeper and more introspective level. It’s an ambitious and driven effort from a gentleman who has lived and survived the gritty streets of NYC.

“The Trendsetter Mixtape” is a tour de force loaded with relentless beats and hard core lyrics. It captures the true essence of Hip Hop. There are catchy hooks, quality production and plenty of food for thought on the release. IKE gets straight to the point, telling his story how he sees fit, and he does it unapologetically. His skillful lyrics and witty metaphors paint precise pictures.

IKE is not afraid to be himself and he incorporates many of his life’s experiences into his music. The mixtape includes 11 explosive tracks. Each song stands out in its own right and all of the beats are industry beats. “My favorite cut on the mixtape is the ‘Self Righteous Freestyle.’ We shot the visual for that down in the city off of the west side highway,” raves the rapper. IKE has put his stamp on the independent Rap game through his laid-back confidence and boastful attitude. It’s only a matter of time before IKE’s fearless authentic sound rejuvenates hip-hop.


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New Video: ZayHilfigerrr – Notice (@ZayHilfiger)

Zay Hilfigerrr just dropped another banger, “Notice”. This is off him and HendrixSmoke upcoming EP, ‘Heartbreak Boyz’

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New Music: Krujay – Go All Night (@Krujay)

Krujay, an artist out of the DMV, releases a steamy, hot new single called “Go All Night”, produced by Noahs Beats. The record shows the more intimate side of Krujay, where he shares how passionate love making can be, and is definitely something to play with your significant other. The song is available for purchase on all major online music stores, as he continues to work on his upcoming EP titled “Against The Grain”.

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Eyecandy x Warleska Rosario (@chinadallxoxo)

Eyecandy x Warleska Rosario She’s known as Chinadallxoxo, but you’ll probably know Warleska V. Rosario as one of the finest women you’ve come across. Follow on Instagram Check Out More Pictures Below

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She’s known as Chinadallxoxo, but you’ll probably know Warleska V. Rosario as one of the finest women you’ve come across.

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“Bills” is the first single from the father-son album, which serves as the soundtrack to The System — a film written and directed by Iroc Daniels that exposes layers of corruption and racial tension within the political, judicial and prison systems.

“There’s a lot of music I listened to including Lil’ Wayne as well as Erykah Badu and Jill Scott. And I’m feeling Anderson.Paak’s vibe. It’s inspirational,” says Marquel. “But no matter what type of rapper you want to be, just pay homage. Don’t disrespect the legends.”

Bills is a song that embodies his flow, that many are comparing to a west coast Kendrick Lamar. His production also reminds us of Dungeon Family. People are calling it, music with a soul.

Like most teenagers, Marquel Deljuan didn’t listen to anybody — not his parents nor to his true calling. But he knows what’s it’s like to have a second chance. His debut project, Don’t Listen — a collaboration with his father, music producer and rapper Irin “Iroc” Daniels — is an anthem to dismissing the naysayers… even if the naysayer is you.

“It’s about appealing to those you wouldn’t normally appeal to, and to bridge gaps by giving people what they want and what they need at the same time. I will get people who don’t listen or won’t listen, to listen and then to do something for the better.”
– Marquel


New Video: Eldorado Red ft. Eastside Jody – “Trapping Like Da 80’s” (@BGMEldorado)

Eldorado Red ft. Eastside Jody – “Trapping Like Da 80’s” Director: Omar The Director Eldorado

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New Video: Eldorado Red ft. Eastside Jody - "Trapping Like Da 80's"

Eldorado Red drops another visual from his upcoming Love & Loyalty EP. “Trapping Like da 80’s” ft Eastside Jody, Directed by Omar The Director and Distributed by Empire Distribution.

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New Video: Byrd B – Applying Pressure (@apByrdB)

Byrd B just lit the Midwest on fire with this hard new single and video, “Applying Pressure”. This one off his heavily anticpated mixtape ‘Countertop’ which hit all digital retailers today. The project features production from Felony Muzik, Choppsquaddi, Mr. Wilson, and several other rising producers.

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BYRB B: Developed a one of a kind style through his unique writing & production along with his exceptional sound which allowed his fans to experience his passion of overcoming the struggles that were thrown at him as a child through adulthood. He grew up in the 80’s in the heart of St Louis Missouri. His devotion to the underdog and the less fortunate can be felt in his music. He’s best known for some of his top songs like Control, Go Mode and Dinner. His work ethic and determination has allowed him to create his own record label “Applying Pressure.” A label that is dedicated to the underdog that never gives up on their dreams.

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