The RapFest makes a triumphant return to the airwaves with the third episode of their well-received and highly anticipated cipher series. Fans anxiously await each series, to see who’s going to be next–and up next. Series three finds RapFest knocking it out of the park once again, with We The Best Music Group’s Vado, hailing from Harlem, and fan favorite Saigon, of Brownsville, Brooklyn, paired with UpNext selection Rahzel Jr, who does more than hold his own alongside these rap titans. Miami based producer Streetrunner, whose Grammy winning catalogue includes Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, and more, provides the backdrop for the trio to showcase their talents.
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Chicago is another hub for raw aspiring talent and Frenico is definitely on the list of rhymers waiting to pop. For his latest release, Frenico takes inspiration from the classic film Menace II Society and creates “Underdawgs Anthem (A-Wax).” Good Vibes Loud Music 2 is out now.
Fly Ty is back after releasing “Usher Raymond” featuring Juelz Santana and Lil Durk earlier this year. Still rocking with the Coke Boys, Atlanta rapper is provided thumping production from Mark Murrille, who is also featured on the song, and he creates “Smoking Mirrors.” Stay tuned for the My Life Your Entertainment EP at the top of the year.
Chaos has been consistently rocking it since the release of his Never Change mixtape. While we continue to follow his path as he expands his reach, Chaos unveils the second release from his recently spawned freestyle series. This one finds the New Jersey spitter picking apart the Rae Sremmurd smash. Watch the official video below.
With quality production coming from beatsmith Yoksta, Atlanta artist J Money returns to end a short-lived intermission from releasing music. With a unique style that molds to the instrumental, J Money’s gwala-getting single is the perfect motivation to get you focused on the paper. Stay tuned for more work from Money before the month is through, but for now stream “Money, Money, Money” below.
Repping Connecticut, Sikai is looking to take his worth to the next level as he continues his campaign for his next body of work. With “D.R.U.G.S. In America” already thriving, director Hunter Lyon utilizes his cinematic expertise to help deliver the official video for the lead single. Painkilling: D.R.U.G.S. In America is coming soon.
As far as entertainment goes, there’s not much better than watching pretty girls dance and that notion is solidified in Yalee’s new video. “Pretty Girl Dance” will have the sexy ladies up off their feet, shaking everything that their mama gave them. While we wait for more material from the Ohio singer, check out his new visuals after the break.