Canadian rapper Doneze is gaining fast traction with his new single, “Recognize”. He just started making music in January of the year and has already been featured on WorldStar and several other platforms. Doneze moved to Calgary at age 13 and some of his early musical influences include Ice Cube, Lil Wayne and in present day he is heavily influenced by Migos. It’s time to RECOGNIZE Canada’s next big thing… Get familiar with Doneze by listening below:
Known far and wide for his racy, innovative skits and eye-popping tagline “Pay Me In Puta”, viral sensation CominaHarrr has amassed over 42 million impressions on Instagram this year alone. Now the colorful comedian has taken on music with his own brand of “PutaMix” action, re-imagining popular trap hits from the likes of Lil Pump and Tekashi69.
In addition to these remixes, CominaHarrr is recording original songs for his upcoming project, including the single “Pay Me In Puta” produced by KidTheWiz, which fans can get on iTunes here: http://apple.co/2AmNcuN.
Grab some ginger ale and condoms,pick up some official merch from http://PutaKings.com, and check out the “Gumbo” (Gummo PutaMix) and “Puta Gang” (Gucci Gang PutaMix) below.
Toronto-born Langston Francis just released his debut single “FCKD IT UP”. Co-written by Langston and produced by Miles Jones and Adam King, “FCKD IT UP” is a hypnotic mix of ethereal synth, electronica and bass-heavy beats, that showcases Langston’s distinct musical style. Langston’s artistic drive propelled him to learn multiple instruments (including guitar and piano) and while he’s a skilled performer, it’s in the studio where Langston feels most at home. He honed his distinct voice and prolific songwriting there, playing with pitches and chord progressions at whim, and creating his unique aural footprint. The video for “FCKD IT UP” , is produced by Gavin Sheppard (Quiet As Kept, The Remix Project) and directed by Elliot Clancy Osberg (Roy Woods, Anders). It was filmed on VHS tape (incorporating iPhone footage and still photography) and reflects Langston’s experiences living in Toronto.
If you knew the back story of both of these artists families you would easily understand what the chorus in this record speaks to.. Loyalty and and honor resonates in the hearts of these two princes of the lineage of crime bosses.. Mike Delorean aka Mike Alston comes from a Notorious family of Queens gangsters and features Little Vic Orena who is the name sake and grandson of an honorable Godfather of the Colombo family.. The talent speaks for itself as you can hear the passion in both their voices as they both place you in a world that only selective few can grasp mentally and musically.. This is truly a gemstone and from what we understand it is the first of many coming out via Deep Concepts Media.
Florida’s Jamie Ray joins forces with Louisiana’s NBA Youngboy for “16 Bars”, produced by Quality Control’s OG Parker (Migos, Chris Brown, Gucci Mane). This song will appear on Jamie Ray’s upcoming project Castles In The Air, slated for release early 2018 via KNC Enterprises.
Multi-talented songwriter Jamie Ray has been busy in the studio, as well as filming new visuals to support the project. Listen to “16 Bars” below, and learn more about the Polk County native in this behind the scenes action for the upcoming “Xanfran” video here: https://youtu.be/Acj3-7A5tRw
Neek Bucks teams up with legendary producer Dame Grease for “Corner Gospel”, and also steps into the director’s chair alongside Benji Filmz to produce the official visual. This song will appear on the Harlem native’s El Barrio mixtape, coming January 2018.
On “What Hustlas Do” Rochester and Buffalo connect when Rigz and Benny the Butcher take you on a journey through Buffalo’s industrial 1st Ward accompanied by DaCloth’s live wire Southside Gates. The trio trade war stories over a Chup produced anthem with keys reminiscent of the 80’s To Live or Die in L.A. score. Rigz is set to release his “I Got Samples” project Dec.18th hosted by Roc Nations Statik Selektah who recently cosigned the artist and featured him as a special guest on the Lox and Griselda Records “Key To life Tour” this fall.
After a successful run with his mixtape “Determination 2” which was released back in June of 2017, Spoat returns with visuals for his new single “Take Time”. The ambiance for the new single is smooth, as the Hollywood, Florida MC flows over the catchy synth, and perfectly placed drum pattern. The video for the new vibe hit of the year was shot by Face Off Visuals.
Pure Profit – All About Profit Vol.2 “Flip Phone Muzik” hosted by Bigga Rankin
Pure Profit hailing from Greensboro, NC is a street poet emcee that delivers hardcore street wordplay, in which he represents his hometown proudly, All About A Profit Vol.2 “Flip Phone Muzik” Hosted by Bigga Rankin is sure to make heads turn with lead singles “Yesterday ft. Moneybagg Yo” and “Now I’m Up”. Follow the campaign and support the movement.
Detroit’s J. Cobb cruises through the stunning Miami streets with some self-motivating talk on “K11 (Right Now)”. This song was produced by Roger Goodman & Julian Suleiman of Royal House Recording, and will appear on J. Cobb’s No Filter project, slated for release in early 2018. You can find “K11 (Right Now)” here: http://smarturl.it/k11
With the success of 12-year-old Brooklyn Queen’s recent project ‘Queens Corner’, it’s all good vibes on the Detroit native’s latest single “Feeling So Wavy” produced by The Crew.
In between recording, Brooklyn made a stop on Hollywood Boulevard with HipHopDX editor Trent Clark to teach Batman and friends how to properly Beat The Baby, JuJu on the Beat and more. Listen to “Feeling So Wavy” below, and watch the dance antics with HipHopDX here: