In light of posting various freestyles and remixes of Bobby Shmurda’s buzzing single, he releases a reggae mix of the Jahlil Beats produced single. The reggae remix features Jah X, Junior Reid, Mavado & Popcaan, and isn’t half bad at all.
Stay tuned for the upcoming mega rap remix dropping very soon.
As he preps his Cash Is King mixtape for release later this year, NYC standout Cashflow makes things staunchly clear about where he is from, Harlem, USA. Choosing Nas’ classic instrumental for “NY State Of Mind” as the backdrop, Cashflow advises us not to forget his neighborhood’s gritty history on “Harlem State Of Mind.” Draped in New York City’s signature hustler attire consisting of an Adidas tracksuit, rolex, and a part in his waves, Cashflow is flanked by his all white beamer as his lyrics paint the dark picture of Harlem’s seamy underbelly.
North Carolina is in the building thanks to Jay White. Fresh off the release of his new mixtape Mr. White, he turns right back around with the official drop of his new single “That’s Me.” Stream below.
Paying homage to Michael Brown, who was recently recklessly killed in Ferguson, MO, as well as their close friend Keith “Magic” Atkinson, the New Orleans group 0017th returns with “Black Man.” They say that this is a track dedicated to the two aforementioned men, as well as the thousands of people murdered due to the color of their skin.
If you aren’t already acquainted, Skally is a rapper from Ohio and as of late he’s been on his grind. While his music has been gaining traction locally, Skally ultimately wants to become a nationally known artist. For starters, not only can you check out the visuals for “All I Like” after the jump, but you can also stream Skally’s “Outta Control” single featuring Rich Homie Quan.
Michigan rep JAY.B returns after dropping the FowL-assisted “4 Door” single two weeks ago. Today, JAY.B connects with producer Talen Ted for more of an introspective track, which you will be able to find on his forthcoming project Midnight Music.
Back like they never left, they G4 Boy hit us with the second installment of their Ballin Wit No Deal mixtape series. The project comes with appearances from Migos, Gino Marley, DUBB, and several others. Stream the 15-track mixtape after the break.
In the midst of the tragic lost of Eric Garner & Michael Brown, the citizens of the United States are starting to come together to “fight” the higher powers. Brooklyn emcee, ReQ Cartier (who recently was arrested during a peaceful protest in support of Ferguson, Missouri) takes to the microphone to inform people to “Stay Woke” through these times.