Following the September release of his Ground Zero project, G. Young is back after his short hiatus with a brand new single, using his quick-paced flow to spit bars about the success he’s bound to see on the aptly titled “I Ain’t Scared.” Look out for G. Young’s upcoming project, The 4th Quarter.
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As promised, Thr33zy releases his debut album M.A.D.E. Which is an acronym for “Money And Drugs Everyday.” Listen as Thr33zy delivers his ability to be versatile, from displaying his lyrical skills over Hip-Hop Beats, to being aggressive over trunk friendly sounds, to even showing a soft side for the ladies. M.A.D.E. is sure to be the soundtrack to your hot summer days and the breeze to your summer nights. Enjoy!
Released a couple of days ago, North Carolina’s own Microwave & MarsTheMC releases something for the ones who are trying to obtain goals and strive for them. Produced by Mars The MC.
Check it out after the break.
While we continue to wait for Big K.R.I.T.’s upcoming album, Cadillactica, Big Krizzle warms us up with a new collaboration with Rico Love called “Pay Attention”. This track is produced by Jim Jonsin.
Today’s NQM Submission comes from Raleigh’s own Madison Jay. Saw this guy perform a couple of nights ago in Raleigh, on “The Kool & Gang Tour”, and the performance was dope. Today he shoots over the official video for the Craig Mack’s old-school record titled “Making Movies With Prep”. Off the first edition of his Trapped In The 90′s series, which you can cop here.
Peace to the GOD! Today, G.O.O.D. Music Word Smyth Malik Yusef gives his fans a gift from above and re-releases his 2009 and second studio album, G.O.O.D. Morning, G.O.O.D. Night, which went ahead to sell over 600K units its first go around. With a completely new and innovative sound, the deconstructed FREE mixtape was mainly put together by top ATL producer D. Cro$$, who really put his foot in the effort and brought it to life. The gratis album still holds many of the same features we heard on the original version like Kanye West, Big Sean, CyHi Da Prynce, KRS-One, Adam Levine, Common, Twista, & John Legend – however, this new version now holds some additional features from some amazing up and coming talent, which I am sure you will be hearing from in the near future like Nikki Hayes, Mark Prophet, KC Joe, Atlas, Kaylah Blue, & Loren Riche.
Fresh off a feature on Common’s new album Nobody’s Smiling, Malik is on his grind FOR REAL out here as he just recently launched his Arts & Entertainment Agency, The Private Plane, was appointed lead creative of startup international radio station Future Memories FM, and is the midst of launching a MAJOR Green Initiative with some amazing people who cannot be named at this time. This whole project, and anything Yusef has going on is NOT to be over looked. Go ahead and pop in after the break to check out the free album’s tracklist as well as the stream/download link.
Back in 1988 in Detroit there was a television show that aired titled, The New Dance Show. Today, Black Milk releases a new single dedicated to the television series titled, “Detroit’s New Dance Show”. The brand new funky sounding tune will be on his forthcoming album, If There’s A Hell Below dropping later this year. Check out the first single “What It’s Worth” here.
Stream after the break. Purchase the single here.