Nashville rapper, Wilx recently released his debut mixtape “Cool Out” and his been getting positive feedback lately. The tape features 13 tracks that showcase the diversity of the young artist’s sound. Cool Out features tracks with TerrWayne and StarGotBars. The tape also features the production of Slam as well as Yellowpage CEO. Check out the tape below.
After the growing success of his most recent single “Popular” featuring K.Camp, Atlanta’s Sy Ari Da Kid drops off the video. Taking it back highschool’s popular kids, nerds, and class clown, Sy Ari Da Kidd also grabs Atlanta comedian and Vine favorite DCYoungFLy for the video.Sy Ari Da Kidd will be releasing a solo project sooner than later. Check out “Popular” above.
A couple of days ago, EDM king Steve Aoki visited Jimmy Kimmel Live! for a live performance of “Rage the Night Away.” The producer/DJ brought Travis Barker and fellow tour buddy Waka Flocka Flame for the performance and created a party.
Sharaya J returns with her newest visual for her new singles “Takin’ It No More” and “Shut It Down.” Missy Elliot’s protege has been hard at work and beginning to get quite the looks as she was featured in Faith Evans’ “I Deserve It.” Sharaya has such a happy-go-lucky persona that it bleeds through her visuals each time she releases a new video. Her latest video “Takin’ It No More” is filled with pops of color, dancing sequences, and “Shut It Down” is straight to the point with a black and white backing. Check out both videos below.
The track and video are both attention grabbers as it features the young emcee chanting ‘bi*ch you guessed it’ while mobbing through a hotel with his rounds. In case you have yet to check the tracks that led up to this release, get familiar with OG Maco’s past project Live Life via Soundcloud. Check out the video above.
Nashville’s Openmic drops off his newest video for “Floss,” which is a record from his most recent project, For The Rebels 2. Mic travels around the streets of Music City, USA as he visits popular landmarks that all have meaning behind them. Organized Visuals captures seamless images and adds his creativity, that we all can appreciate, to add up to a pretty smooth release.
“This song for me was like taking a deep breath,” Mic states. “I didn’t overthink concepts or lyrics… I just told my story. For more information and upcoming shows from Openmic visit openmicmusic.com.