[AUDIO] SZA & Jill Scott- Divinity

Talk about a dream come true as TDE’s first lady, SZA, releases her new collaborative track “Divinity” with Jill Scott. The R&B sound from the two ladies matches perfectly with one another as Om’Mas Keith follows up with great production on the track. SZA is staying quite busy and is making sure to hold her weight in the TDE family.

[VIDEO] Rio- Faders (dir. by Cakemaster )

Known for his passionate and soulful approach to his music, singer/songwriter Rio¬†introduces us to his new video entitled “Faders.” The usual graceful voice we hear from the R&B crooner is placed on hold for Faders as we’re welcomed with a more ultraviolet sound in the production followed by Rio dabbling with a more hip hop approach.

The Cakemaster directed video was perfectly captured as the young Nashville videographer continues to showcase his hunger to work with like-minded individuals who trust his vision. The video features Rio and his beautiful leading lady taking time away and living in the moment and enjoying one anothers company. Faders stands as Rio’s first release to his upcoming The Feel Good project. Expect that later in the year, but for now enjoy the video below and also catch Rio’s past release, Good Morning Dreamer, if you haven’t already.

[AUDIO] Tim Gent- Out The Loop (Prod. by Free P)

Clarksville emcee, Tim Gent is back with a new single as a follow up to his past Trials of Hulio project. Out The Loop preaches to the gospel as the southern punchlines from Gent push through a pretty interesting Free P produced beat.

Gent has been continuing to keep his following well aware of his work ethic as he drops off this new track. Check it out below.

[AUDIO] Johnny Phrank ft. Problem- B*tchez From Compton (Remix)

Nashville’s growing R&B artist, Johnny Phrank, recently released “B*tchez From Compton” featuring Problem to the masses. The track stands as Phrank’s newest single to be featured on his Flight Risk EP. Bandplay produces the track that pays homeage to the ladies of Compton, California. Be on the lookout for Johnny Phrank’s Flight Risk Ep soon. For now, check out his Soundcloud page for more music.

[AUDIO] Mick Jenkins ft. Supa bwe- Treat Me

We’ve been warning you about Chicago emcee Mick Jenkins as he glorifies The Waters. Today Jenkins releases a new track entitled “Treat Me” to hold us over as we continue to wait on his The Water[s] project. Mick and Bwe both take turns pushing rhymes that light on the need for equality. Mick, being from both Huntsville ¬†and Chicago, isn’t your average emcee. He continues to speak volumes through his wordplay and originality. The track was produced by Mulatto Beats and BWE. Look out for this song to be featured on Hurt Everybody x Supa’s Hurt Everybody EP. The Water[s] isn’t finished quite yet, but we’re quite sure it will be worth the wait. #Freenation

[VIDEO] S.T.A.N.- Nancy Kerrigan

Nashville emcee S.T.A.N. recently released the visuals for his track “Nancy Kerrigan.” While most tracks become watered down or don’t see their fullest potential due to the video treatment presented, STAN keeps it simple with the help of Blurred Visions Media Group. You get a raw look at audio/visual dope all in 3 minutes. Enjoy.

[MIXTAPE] DJ Truestarr- Dear Summer

“Queen of the Turntables” DJ Truestarr releases a new mixtape conveniently as we enter into the weekend. Welcoming in the summer with grace, Truestarr releases her latest mixtape full of artists of of both the R&B and Rap genres including Lil Wayne, Tyga, Schoolboy Q, Usher, and many more. The mixtape also welcomes Nashville emcees Petty, Openmic, and Young Quael amongst others. Check out the download below.

[AUDIO] JayDotRain ft. Scotty ATL- Common Man (Remix)

Alabama emcee JayDotRain links up with Atlanta’s Scotty ATL for the remix to “Common Man,” which was featured on Cooley FLY Chronicles II. The track was produced by Mississippi’s John Qwest.

[VIDEO] Scotty ATL- Trash & Treasure

Our guy Scotty ATL drops off a new video from his album,Spaghetti Junction. Trash & Treasure features Scotty riding through the gritty streets reliving moments of his past and pushing forward to chase his dreams. The video was shot by Anthony Supreme.

[VIDEO] Alex Wiley ft. Mick Jenkins- Own Man

Alex Wiley and Mick Jenkins link up for the visual to “Own Man,” which was directed by Andrew Zeiter and Bryan Lamb. The graphics are simple and to the point as the two recite their lyrics over various screens. We wish this one could’ve made Wiley’s mixtape. Certified banger.