The word has been floating around lately, so why not create a song around it. “Flourish” is the first single off The Boxcar Chronicles, which will be released September 30th. The song features MarsTheMC and is produced by King Mickey. Y’all love to have a good time right, have a good time with Microwave and Mars after the break.
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Cover art courtesy of Timothy Barr (@SuckaFreeTee)
Says Jay Holz,
After dishing off an inspiring new video for his latest single “Changes” just a couple of weeks ago, Baltimore’s own Malik Ferraud is back with another new track titled “2 Times” featuring Atlanta’s own Curtis Williams of Two-9. Taking a different route with this song, Malik and Curtis both pay homage to the haters out there and rap some fast-paced lyrics over a catchyBlack Diamond instrumental that samples Jay-Z and UGK’s hit song ‘Big Pimpin’
While we continue to to wait for the Inland Empire’s own Audio Push to release their anticipated debut album, the duo blesses us with some new music. They release two tracks, one titled “Fwd Back” which features King Chip & Riff Raff which is produced by Sapp and also “On The Way”.
These two can’t lose, stream the tracks after the break.
Directed by Napoleon Wright II.
Khrysis is one of the greatest producers out, so I’m glad to see this in studio session of him crafting a beat. While Rapsody’s forthcoming project, Beauty and the Beast drops October 7th, Khrysis takes us in the stu to create will be known as “Drama”.
The homie P.A.T. Junior is gearing up the release of his upcoming project, Nystagmus. After the first single was released and got continuous plays in my iTunes he’s back with a new single “Whatever”. The song features Jeremiah Bligen and Church.
“Whatever”, the 2nd single from P.A.T. Junior’s upcoming album Nystagmus, is a reflective song that examines the harshness of life. P.A.T. Junior expresses himself over a trap-esque instrumental created by Producer/emcee Eons D and is accompanied by two talented MC’s. The artists combine to present candid and heartfelt rhymes detailing one of the boiling points in their lives that led them under a cloud of nonchalantness.
Big K.R.I.T. continues to give his fans consistent music, just a few moments ago Krizzle releases the fourth installment of See Me On Top.
Not gonna post much, just grab it after the break.
The homie ALSO just released a video a couple of days ago, and now he’s back with a brand new single. The single is titled “Down To Ride” and features BSB’s Avon Blocksdale and Street Fam’s Paul Cain.