Nice flow from the MI to NC transplant known as Young Q.
17 and getting his rap legs under him, his punchlines are witty and content is playful at times, but the flow is there. Also, this joint is about how when times get hard you can always close your eyes and put them headphones on and lean on music to help you get through it. “Hear No Evil, See No Evil”. This is the first visual off his mixtape “BAM“.
Here’s a brand new NQM Submission from a artist who goes by the name of O.B. New Jersey based artist who is 1/4 of a hip-hop band called M.O.B.Stars, and he releases a brand new album entitled The Coalition. The 16 track digital album contains production from Johnny Juliano, Kajmir Royale, Arkutec, Nu Vintage, NiceGuyBeats, Skate Bravo, RaCharm. We’re really feeling “Extravagant Sound” and “Guerillas”.
The following is a collection of tracks lead by M.O.B.Star artist O.B., featuring some of the hottest musical talents across the country. Spanning across a number of years (2009-2012), O.B. severs tracks from clandestine projects he has worked on, and combines them with a few new songs to give listeners insight into his own personal growth and progression, and to set the bar for how independent hip-hop can sound. Whether you are a hardcore hip-hop supremacist of the old school, or the casual listener accustomed to the stlyings of the new school, The Coalition is sure not to disappoint. – #MOBLife
After releasing a handful of mixtapes, San Francisco native and now a Los Angeles resident, Meko McAfee will be releasing his debut long-player “Player Music” on 5-7-2013 and it features appearances from Big Pooh, El Prez, DaVinci, Brandun Deshay and others and production from Cardo, Jelly Roll, Young Shun & more.
The Mack Boy Movement spawned after the death of Spenser “Mack” Hernandez on October 7th 2010. The term “Mack Boy” was created and adopted by those closest to him. Friends and brothers, who were fortunate enough to have met and lived along side Mack, knew his story had to be told and his legacy needed to continue after his tragic death. From this notion, the Mack Boy Movement was born. What originally started in New Jersey has spread to neighboring states and has made its way down south to florida. Many artists, including The Black Hispanic have embraced the movement, and are currently working alongside others to continue the legacy.
DMV area, we got love for y’all too. Inverse Tangent is a trio of three rappers (Real Deal, Soulogik, and Philasophikal) out of Fairfax, Virginia. They have recently released the brand new single, “Entrapment.” The single is very political, relating to poverty, injustice and the recent troubles and issues with the U.S. Government. Very rarely do you hear rappers talk about everyday issues in the United States. Very different, and we prefer different over here. Check out the official video after the jump. Read more
Here’s a brand new NQM Submission from Ether Israel. He’s started a series entitled #EtherThursdays, but even know he’s an NQM submission we’ve took a liking to this record “Don’t Mind.” The jazzy record is produced by Fresco Stevens and features Sean C. This track is really good, very refreshing. Take a listen to the smooth record below.