The Compton artist has been making waves and all of his hard work seems to be finally paying off. We just saw AV show up on Game’s “Or Nah” single with Eric Bellinger, Problem, Too $hort, and King Marie, but this time he’s riding solo. “Run Me My Money” is a knocking, money-getting anthem and Toroh Films do a great job of presenting us with the perfect summertime visuals. Oh and the legend Roy Jones Jr. makes a cameo in the video as well. Check it out after the break!
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.
You may not be completely familiar with singer-songwriter-producer Velous, but you won’t have a choice before too long. Recently signed to the Coke Boys imprint by French Montan, Velous is well on his way. Information has also been released confirming that Velous is in fact behind the production on Kanye West’s upcoming single “All Day.” For his latest personal release, Velous swipes Eric Bellinger’s “I Don’t Want Her” and puts his official stamp on it. Watch the Exhibition Z-directed flick after the break!
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.
It’s nothing but an Atlanta movement on the latest release from Sy Ari Da Kid. For his new DJ Sly Planet-produced single, the buzzing artist corrals the talents of the Migos, K Camp, and Strap of Travis Porter. This one is extra catchy, but don’t take my word for it. Stream “Place Your Order” below.
Detroit’s own Big Tone, along with the help of DJ Dez and DJ Butter, return today with the official visuals for their latest single. Produced by DJ Dez, “The Crib” is a smooth, free-flowing joint that showcases how the D-Town natives have been influenced by classic hip-hop. “The Crib” lives on DJ Dez & DJ Butter’s collaborative project A Piece of the Action, which officially released today. The project also comes with appearances from the likes of Boldy James, Kool G Rap, Elzhi, Kurupt, Guilty Simpson, and several others. Directed by RoweShotMe.
Check out the new visual from E-Money for ‘Have Mercy’. This is a track that everybody can relate to.