So Gaudy – “Even Know”

•November 26, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Produced written and recorded in his own self-built studio just off the Las Vegas strip, rapper So Gaudy returns with a new track for the fans after a brief hiatus. Pausing the release of material in anticipation of the birth of this first son, recently So Gaudy went back to the drawing board with a renewed focus and determination to continue to provide his fans with consistent music releases.

Now having worked with Strick, Kyle Massey, Soulja Boy and others, this rising Las Vegas talent is planting seeds and getting the features that will catapult him to new fanbases and larger audiences. As he gears up for those big releases So Gaudy lets off a loose track looking out for his GRE movement.

“I haven’t put out a GRE track in a while so it was def time.” So Gaudy said. “One man doesn’t know what the next man has to do to get through life and the struggle is real. The money is real, getting your head pushed into the dirt is real and cats don’t even know about what someone really goes through trying to reach that next level of personal success.”

Surrounded by flashing lights, fast money and all that the Vegas strip offers, rapper So Gaudy emerged with a strong presence on the blogs and a chip on his shoulder to prove he had what it takes to make it in Hip-Hop.

In addition to this audio release, So Gaudy has plans to keep the videos rolling as the Sin City rapper has been known to rattle off as many as 6 videos in one month. While most people travel to Vegas to shoot their music videos, So Gaudy and his GRE team have been in “Sin City” putting in work for years shooting their own videos and bringing their world to life.


Rasta Papii – “We Want Dead” [Video]

•November 26, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Notching production and engineering credits for the likes of Hustle Gang, MMG, FreeBandz, 6black, and Blac Youngsta, Rasta is ready to establish himself behind the mic and in front of the silver screen. With his stock rising, especially after the release of his collaboration with Blac Youngsta (watch “Hold Me Down” HERE), Papi unveils his new visual for “Want We Dead.” Taking care of the production himself, Rasta Papi flexes over his personally-tailored instrumental as he rises above the haters and defiantly dismisses the naysayers.

3FortiOri – “I Know”

•November 26, 2017 • Leave a Comment

“I Know” is the newest banger from South Florida’s Wyatt Walker and FEEK, collectively known as hip-hop/rap duo 3Fortiori. Produced by multi-platinum producer, CashMoneyAP, “I Know” has already caught fire in their hometown, Broward County. This up-beat record showcases what 3Fortiori does best: storytelling and creating catchy hooks and melodies.

Video: Geaux Yella | Scared For

•November 14, 2017 • Leave a Comment

There is no shame in Geaux Yella’s game and now he follows his “Pull Up” visual with the SWAC-directed “Scared For”, a business-as-usual, typical ‘day in the life’ affair. Well, for Baton Rouge anyway
Regardless, the recent El Jeffe Music Group signee and former Kevin Gates affiliate is about ready to lace us all with a huge dose of “KHOcaine”, the name of Yella’s forthcoming project. Expect the title track visual soon on a tiny screen near you.

DJ Kutt Throat x Ralo Ft. Lil Baby – Lil Cali N Pakistan

•November 14, 2017 • Leave a Comment

DJ Kutt Throat and Ralo release “Lil Cali N Pakistan“, produced by Quay. The record is set to appear on DJ Kutt Throat’s Plugged in With the Cartel due out November 24th.

Soundcloud: DJ Kutt Throat x Ralo Ft. Lil Baby – Lil Cali N Pakistan

OTMG ft Mo3 – Run It Up

•November 6, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Overthowed Music Group presents “Run It Up” featuring M03.

Listen: OTMG ft Mo3 – Run It Up

Kid Evo – “Goodbye Liana”

•November 6, 2017 • Leave a Comment

What do you do when you’ve given a relationship all you’ve got and get nothing but complaints in return? Bounce of course, and Kid Evo dedicated an entire song to that very subject. On “Goodbye Liana”, the title track to his forthcoming release, the lovelorn Evo just can’t get any support for his career of choice or the sacrifices he has to make to keep the dream alive. Alas, his nagging other half must become yet another sacrifice on the road to self-actualization, freeing him up for the grind.

“I wrote this song about being in a relationship with someone who doesn’t support your dreams.” Kid Evo explains. “No matter how much you want to stick around it’s unhealthy.”

Chalk one up for mental health and peep the @Desaesthetic-directed visual above. Look for the album everywhere November 16th.