DJay Prodigy is a hip-hop artist from Indianapolis, Indiana. He now resides in Los Angeles, California. His first single for MECAP Music features label mates Skypp and Damon Karl. Production chores were handled by Rob Hittz and Uncle Jamz with additional production by Edge The Engineer. Recordings were done in California, Indiana and Arizona.
Indianapolis rapper Woogie serves up his new album FEAR LESS with the first single “Paranoid”. Produced by Scoob Stacks, Woogie was attracted to the beat and asked the producer could he flow over it. He says he created the song because of his mistrust of people, thus the birth of “Paranoid”.It comes in an explicit and edited version.
Woogie is on Five Seventeen Entertainment and consulted by MECAP Music and Entertainment
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.
RETRO ‘s highly anticipated Mixtape titled “nine1” and his 2nd visual from the tape for both records Brandy / I LOVE NYC. Following his G Like audio/visual release, RETRO ‘s buzz has grown at an accelerated pace.
Music Oriented Business presents “RYDA” by Jason Luciano. Jason Luciano or JL’s has a style all his own and can flow on almost any kind of beat but he prefers that head nod music to put his lyrics to. He spreads insight about everything from police injustice the rough street life that he bears witness to. Releasing a series of increasingly popular mixtapes, which brought him to the attention of the super-producer team DJ DC & DJ Juke, JL’s debut indie-label recording, MOB King, will be released to great acclaim and impressive sales for this self made recording artist. Checkout MOB & Tru Go Getta Mixtapes Presents : Jason Luciano “Street Gospel” online now.
Bangin’ from the mean streets of Harlem. Down to the Dirty South city of Knoxville, Tennessee comes Jefe and his HTMG (Here To Make Greatness) Brand. The new single “Pain Talk” is an elaborate real life story about living in less than ideal situations and surviving. Dealing with the loss of his loved ones, especially his late Grandmother. Holding it down when your day one catches a bid. This is Pain Talk. Jefe HTMG has a lot to offer, whether it be music or fashion. Get to know him as he gets it all off his chest. You can stream / download / buy Pain Talk off the Chances Make Champions project, available on all digital platforms and CD by request.
Tae Rilla releases visuals for new summer anthem “ Summertime ChiRaq ”
Tae Rilla proves there is more than only drill music coming out of Chicago’s indy music scene. Summertime ChiRaq is a hard hittin record, the beat goes hard, and Tae flows with a defined Chi-town born cadence.
He spits: “Tell em pick the shorties up, tell em put the guns down, tell em haters move around, Englewood where I’m found, sun up to sun down its going up it going down!” I think Tae Rilla got a hot one on his hands with this one!
Make sure you Follow Tae Rilla on TwitterInstagram and Facebook!! Press play to take a ride through ChiRaq through the eyes of Tae Rilla and Robert Smith. In the words of Tae Rilla I’m bout to hit up Harold’s and grab 6 wings, out!
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Tae Rilla is from the south side of Chicago. Tae Rilla has been rapping since the age of 10. Influenced by watching his older cousins having their freestyle sessions and age 11 Tae was signed to a independent record label. Him, and his label mates released a compilation.
Tae Rilla has been at many local open mic & rap competitions, also a show with “White boy” a popular local artist from Chicago. He has made a name for his self in high school by doing several rap battles. Tae Rilla was notorious for his lyrics, & metaphors.
In 2012 Tae Rilla release his first mixtape “Showtime in No Time” later that year he was an opening act for Chicago legend Twista. Tae Rilla is influenced by artist’s such as Eminem, Jay-Z, Lil Wayne & 50 Cent.
TOPE drops his new video and keeps it all the way one hundred, dropping knowledge and exposing the fraudulent on “HOW I KNOW”. Zach Striar takes the helm with the astonishing production number that blends Soul samples with classic West Coast synths. TOPE reminiscences on his days riding the number nine while rocking a loud yellow jacket ocean side in the Faizon Films-flick. After experiencing a run of unfortunate events at the start of the year, TOPE is back in full effect. Ride along as the Portland-bred emcee pedals a beach cruiser and gets treated to a forward-reverse edit. The song is an ideal example of combining his PDX roots with his Bay Area state of mind. Check the video below and stay tuned as TOPE prepares to unleash a forthcoming EP this month.