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Beef Ent – “RI 2 YO”

Rhode Island bred rapper Beef Ent is back with his newest project entitled ‘RI 2 YO.' The 26 track project is an ode to the grind that Beef has been on the past few years. Culminating project after project, he hopes this one will resonate with people the most. Give the project a spin via Audiomack and let us know what you think! more
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Young Na$dak – “Grill So Hard”

Bred in the “Big Apple” but gaining a foothold on business and Hip-Hop in North Carolina while in school at North Carolina A&T, rapper Young Na$dak has a winner's mentality and drive to be a successful business mogul. After he got his start in the game working with one of the mixtape world's most notorious DJs, the late DJ White Owl, Young Na$dak has continued to pursue his dream of being successful in Hip-Hop.

“I'm a business mogul man, I got my Finance degree and I'm just focused on this music and my clothing line. I started to freestyle while I more

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Netousha Monroe & Rav.P – “Tinman”

Netousha Monroe & Rav.P - "Tinman"

Remaking the magical fairy tale of The Wizard of Oz, following the Yellow Brick Road toward the Emerald City, soul singer Netousha Monroe and rapper/producer Rav.P have come together for a musical collaboration dubbed, Tinman.

The two artists have a chemistry that began in Puff Daddy's studio 4 years ago and since they have worked together on several efforts including Rav.P's previously released Immaculate EP. But while the collaboration is new, Rav.P grew up in studios and learned the inner workings of the music industry before his teenage years.

“Growing up in New Jersey, my dad played with the Fugees and I more

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Kyle Hubbard – This Is Houston Ft. T2 The Ghetto Hippie x Lyric Michelle

Houston's Kyle Hubbard is not what would immediately jump to mind when asked to conjure up an H-town rapper but he has been a staple of the independent scene for years with the media accolades to prove it. Hence the premier of his latest visual, “This Is Houston” ft. T2 The Ghetto Hippie and Lyric Michelle by none other than the Houston Chronicle. Though not a slab swangin', lean sippin' caracature of Screwston, Kyle proudly represents his city to the fullest. This video alone features Hubbard, Lyric Michelle and T2 the Ghetto Hippie alongside various familiar landmarks, including Frenchy's, more

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New Music: T’Juan feat. Project Pat “Save Her”


No Compromise Records signee, T'Juan debuts his single “SAVE HER” off his upcoming EP titled ‘The New Kanye.'

In his debut release from the yet to be released EP “The New Kanye”, T'Juan a/k/a “The Mystery Kid,” links up with the legendary Project Pat for his smash single “SAVE HER”. This hit new single comes off with a smooth R&B approach and is backed with a classic hip hop vibe, made possible by super producer, Phats Traxx. “SAVE HER” is the perfect spin off of Project Pat's 2001 original hit, “Don't Save Her” and T'Juan's ability to sing and more

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Show Louis – “Mahalia”

Battling past life's adversities losing several of his family members in a short period of time not long ago, H-Town rapper Show Louis returns with a new video for his song “Mahalia.”

On the track Show Louis repeats a hook honoring his late mother as he vibes out to the song in a seemingly familiar Houston visual punctuated by scenes of the ‘hood, urban cowboys, country front yards and 'round the way girls.

“In the process of recording the project I was working everyday to make a better song. I got a beat from some guys and I put the more

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Brooke Valentine – “Games”

Using billiards and board games and a euphemism for her twisted lover's games, Brooke Valentine laces this new joint with Yonni who's credits include a long list of entertainers like Justin Bieber, Trey Songz, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Missy Elliott, Nicki Minaj, 2Chainz and more.

Recalling the recording process and listening to a rough run of the song while she was getting her hair braided, Brooke Valentine doesn't hold back on this song.

“I remember the night I went to record ‘Games,' JDoe had already laid a sketch to it the night before so I was listening to that while I got more