Lil Wolfe – “Going Hard”

•May 20, 2019 • Leave a Comment

Lil Wolfe is an artist from San Antonio, TX. He first started rapping in middle school and since then he has grown far beyond that, releasing singles such as “Going Hard” and several others on platforms like Apple Music and Spotify. @1lilwolfe

Jae Mansa – “Yung Kings”

•May 7, 2019 • Leave a Comment

North Carolina hip-hop duo Jae Mansa are excited to share their socially conscience new music video “Yung Kings.” The song is the title track from their Yung Kings EP available now through their equity distribution deal with Roc Nation.”The goal behind every video we shoot is to teach, inspire or inform. I’m not talking down on nobody else, but it’s pointless for us to shoot a video just to shoot it,” explains Jae, one-half of Jae Mansa. “With Yung Kings we aim to inspire our people. Despite how America treats us or how many of us are killed for no justifiable reason, you can’t erase the fact that we are descendants of KINGS.”

“Yung Kings” follows the group’s breakout song “Fate” that’s gained over 3 Million plays on Spotify and landed on blogs, playlists and radio support. Bouncing off a string of shows including showcases at SXSW and opening up for for Money Bagg Yo in Savannah, GA, Jae Mansa is maturing both on stage and in the booth as they prep more visuals and new music to release this

Summer.”Everybody thinks rapping is just getting in the booth, but it’s way more to this industry,” says B. “You gotta go state to state, promote your music 24/7. It’s fun for us, but there’s a lot of work that goes into it. If you think it’s an easy job, forget about it. We’re constantly on the road and as soon as we’re home, we’re back in the studio. The grind never stops!”

@IAmMylesLloyd – “Let You Down”

•May 2, 2019 • Leave a Comment

After earning his way on to the Spotify curated R&B right now playlist, Canadian based artist Myles Lloyd returns with a new single called, “Let You Down”

Myles Lloyd doubles back with “Let You Down” a song that Myles describes as a “Up Lifting” song to help anyone who feels self doubt and depressions from feeling Let down.

“I made this song so people can feel uplifted knowing nobody will let them down helping them feel at peace Knowing no matter what someone will be there for you”

This track continues Myles’ tradition of working with his best friend frnchhmwrk who produced his last single “Tell Me” .

WONDR – “All For You”

•May 2, 2019 • Leave a Comment

Alternative/Hip Hop artist, WONDR, captivates viewers with his new video for his single, “All For You.” The single was released back in December, racking up over 330K streams on Spotify. To keep the momentum rolling in the new year, WONDR comes through with the highly anticipated visual directed by Najwa Kaawach.

The clean visuals shift the focus on WONDR as he performs his bold and infectious new single.

RTD FROST – “Non Stop” Ft. Tee Grizzley & Sada Baby

•May 1, 2019 • Leave a Comment

NON STOP

Today RTD Frost releases the audio to his new single, “Non Stop” featuring Tee Grizzley and Sada Baby.

Repping North Coumbus’s Joyce Avenue, this self made entrepreneur was recently released from a five year prison bid and hit the ground running.

“See to be certified you have to be able to walk out of any door in life. That’s what makes a man more dangerous in life, being able to walk out of any door. Meaning, I can talk music with you right now, I can talk politics, and I can tell you some street shit,” RTD Frost explained. “Knowledge is power. I really come from the streets, it’s a lot of people in the rap game that say they come from the streets but they’re really not. I’m here to separate the real from the fake.

R.T.D stands for Ready to Die, and while that may sound raw, RTD Frost says that it really means “FEARLESS.”

“I used to go to the club and throw money. I would get all the attention like a rapper, and I already had the persona of a rapper. When my homie came home, he said I might as well be a rapper, so I started rapping the next day. This was about a year ago,” RTD Frost explained.

Since a young boy this now, 24-year-old rapper has always been brutally honest and fearless which has helped him land collaborations with some of today’s hottest rappers, Sada Baby, OMB Peezy, Tee Grizzly, DJ Holiday and many more.

Those collaboration have meant more than music as RTD Frost has developed real relationships with his collaborators.

“I grew up listening to Gucci, and I feel like our stories are the same, from going to jail and coming out doing better than we were before. I’ve always felt like I could relate to him on a different level,” he said. “I”d def influenced by Sada Baby and OMB Peezy too – since I’ve met them, they’ve shown me nothing but genuine Love. They give me advice and always call just to check on me. Sada told me to put my energy in my music and OMB Peezy told me to tell my story, don’t sugar coat shit and give them all your pain,”

Going forward RTD Frost is gearing up for his DJ Holiday hosted mixtape called Certified. On the mixtape where he switches up this flows to show his versatility on this project, highlighted by the song “Non Stop” featuring Sada Baby, Tee Grizzly and produced by DJ Phatty Banks and Kid Star.

While a music video for this song is still in the works with Sada Baby and Tee Grizzley being on tour, RTD plans to shoot a visual in the coming months.

“I love my fans the most. I’m going to always please ya’ll. I’ll have to where you’ll never know what I’m going to do next with my music or my videos. I’ll always stay consistent and NEVER let up,” RTD Frost said.

Def Smove Ft. Da Baby – “Killa Cam” | @defsmove

•April 29, 2019 • Leave a Comment

Def $move emerges on the scene from the dirt roads of South Carolina to team up with fellow Carolina artist Da Baby for smash hit “Killa Cam.” (Watch on WSHH here.)

Nefew – “Spray Paint My Name On The Wall”

•April 28, 2019 • Leave a Comment

Nefew‘s newest project titled “Spray Paint My Name On The Wall” is off the newly released “Definition Of It 3“. 

“Spray Paint My Name On The Walls” is me claiming legendary status. In the hood, people spray paint legends name on the wall to pay homage to that person. I felt like the title was so catchy because I’m also painting pictures on every song. This project will resonate with my day one fans who fell in love with DOI1-2 because it’s that same type of gritty raw uncut  flow that made them take a liking to me in the first place. It’s basically “going through it” music as I would call it.

-Nefew

Link: https://soundcloud.com/1nefew/sets/spray-paint-my-name-on-thewall