Nashville rapper, DH drops off a refreshing remix to Missy Elliot’s “Supa Dupa Fly” as he’s been on a roll lately preparing us for his new project. Supa Dupa High features the Star Status Kings frontrunner lyrically massaging the brains of the listener with his laidback wordplay as he puts his spin on the 90’s classic. Check out the track below:
Hailing from the Eastside of Nashville, TN, Alocodaman isn’t a newcomer to the music scene of Music City. Making his debut in the scene after the release of his highly anticipated Straight Off the Porch EP, Loco continues to draw in his fan base with his unique sound. “How I Roll” is featured on Locos SOTP EP and was directed by Anthony Simpkins of GemsonVHS. The video features the Top Bound artist rolling through the streets of Nashville, invading a local Harold’s Chicken, and making his way through a local corner store. Check out the video above.
“Hey Ye, do you know what it feels like to really be signed to you in real life?”
CyHi The Prynce takes shots at Kanye on his rightly named new track “Elephant in the Room.” If you’re familiar with CyHi you know he’s been with G.O.O.D Music for a while and has released several mixtapes, including NAACP which dropped back in February. But fans have been eagerly waiting for his debut album Hardway Musical.
CyHi was recently released from his contract with Def Jam and narrates shooting up the label and kidnapping Kanye. He also name drops fellow G.O.O.D. Music artists in reference to his treatment.
Stream the fiery track below. Is CyHi going to far or does he have a point?
Back in July Lil B and Chance the Rapper announced a joint project they recorded together. Hype came and went with no release date revealed. For a while fans thought it was just a project that would be kept under wraps, similar to the Chance and Childish Gambino project (which many still hold out hope for).
Today the Based God and the Chicago native dropped their Free based freestyles mixtape. The 6-track project constists of nothing but… freestyles. Of course as with all of Chance’s records the tape is completely free and for the people. Stream Free below and listen to the duo go bar for bar.
If you’ve been paying attention to social media these days, you may or may not have caught the wave of NYC emcee 2 Milly. The music scene of New York City once held the title for various entertaining videos which included breakdancing, the Harlem Shake, heel toe, Chicken noodle soup, the Pepper seed, the wop, and even the Shmoney Dance. Today, several artists seek to push videos with either their entire camp in front of a white backdrop or cars, clothes, money, and girls. As a lover and one who thoroughly appreciates time put into videos, it is evident that there is a recipe into pushing yourself into the music industry and being accepted. Now that social media plays a key role in the overnight growth or downfall of an artist, many artists gamble with the longevity of their careers everyday. Recently, the immediate stardom and downfall of Bobby Schmurda is a sure example that.
2 Milly is an artist who just may be the next emcee out of NYC that gets a taste of the good-life quickly if the cards are played correctly. If you are unsure of 2 milly the research of the hashtag “Milly Rock” will wake you up. 2 Milly released the visual for “Milly Rock” last summer. The growing craze was put in the forefront after Travis Scott gave 2 Milly time during his set at Summer Jam to perform. The track has also been pushed by Rihanna as she gave the Milly Rock a go in a video that surfaced on social media. 2 Milly resurfaces with a new video that features Maino. There is now a more crisp, official look to the video and several people in the streets showcasing their Milly Rock to the world. While the summer is almost over, this track continues to grow into the newest dance that is hard to avoid once seeing the visual. Who may be next to push the track to the top of the charts? Meek Mill? Diddy? Fabolous? We’ll have to wait and see if this dance continues to push its way up. Check out 2 Milly’s Milly Rock below .
While we’re still waiting for the track’s video directed by Austin Vesley to drop this new version will surely hold us over.