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Audio: Young Strike f/ Kill Bill - "Worth Nothing" @DMVLIFE1


Audio: Young Strike f/ Kill Bill - "Worth Nothing"

DMV: Two dope emcees just teamed up to drop a new track on us "Worth Nothing". Young Strike and Kill Bill show off their talent on the track as they put together a track anyone can turn up to. The song has been receiving a great response since its premiere on DMVLIFE.

Video: @Jynxx909 @therealslickc @IStillLoveHER - "Pyramids"


Video: Ital Santos & Slick-C f/ Mando The DJ - "Pyramids"

Wanja: Inland Empire's own Slick-C and Ital Santos come together for Sermones with production and raps from both of them. Their particular brand of Inland Empire Chicano funk-hop is evident but with more wisdom and a matured almost subdued but sinister melodic sound.

.@BobbySaint's 'Unholy' EP Drops Today, Listen Now!


Bobby Saint's 'Unholy' EP Drops Today, Listen Now!

L.H.: Bobby Saint captivates on Unholy, his debut solo EP out today on Shoot To Kill Music. The collection sees Saint flex his vast musical chops (from songwriting to production and all things in between) as he explores the interplay between the divine and the profane.



Title track "Unholy" sees the Barbados-born, LA-based artist twang with sinful playfulness over blues rock attitude. Saint funks-out on "Use It," meshing a bouncy, R&B-tinged bassline with pop-infused neo-soul. It's followed by the appropriately titled "Sexy," a libidinous R&B romp that drips of love, lust, and desire, which recently premiered via Afropunk.

On "Big Shoes," a confident Saint struts with gusto as he mixes piercing piano balladry with blossoming crescendos amidst a cinematic backdrop backed by powerfully soulful vocals. Closer "Fire & Gold" turns an acoustic beauty into a full-fledged, undeniable rock with swagger.

Armed with a versatile voice, powerful stage presence, a unique lyrical perspective, and raw, unfettered talent, Bobby Saint is not just one to watch; he's one to watch out for.

"This EP is about freedom, growth, spirituality, views of self, city nights and love. It's about keeping the fires lit, raising consciousness, while bowing down to the greats: Bob Marley, Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye. This is me going forward with only love and the funk in my heart." - Bobby Saint

If you haven't heard of Bobby Saint, but you've been on a dancefloor in the past year, you've definitely heard him. Saint has built a name for himself as a master collaborator. The multi-instrumentalist, production whiz, and and sonic wunderkind burst onto the scene last year with Upload (June 2016) his joint EP with electronic duo Penthouse Penthouse (Team Supreme) ft. the soulful retro-futurist breakout single "69 Camaro" (1.2 Million streams across Soundcloud, Spotify, and YouTube).

Additional guest appearances on cult hits such as "Six A.M." (Pantyraid) (500K on Spotify), "Outlaws" (PLS&TY) (325K on Spotify), "Twisted Love" (Bastion) (231k on Spotify) followed, but it was Saint's star tune on "Black Bamboo" (225K on Spotify) by With You - aka M.I.A., Santigold producer Switch - that cemented his one-to-watch status. "Black Bamboo" was quickly added to heavy rotation following its premiere on Zane Lowe's Beat 1.

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Video: @GorillaZoe - "Dede" (@TheRealTalkEnt @MacMediaPromo)


Video: Gorilla Zoe - "Dede"

Matt: Donít Feed Da Animals 2 is classic Gorilla Zoe, as it is filled with infectious rhymes and hooks while covering a vast array of themes, from drug dealing, money making, partying and being about that life. Today, Zoe releases the first visual "Dede" from Donít Feed Da Animals 2.

Video: RJ - "Brackin" (@RJMrLA @AudibleTreats)


Video: RJ - "Brackin" (Prod. by DJ Mustard & Larry Jay)

A.T.: Visual For the First Single From the 400 Summers Artist's Upcoming Mr. LA Album.

Audio: Bone Thugs & Outlawz "Rolling Stone" (@iamKrayzieBone @YOUNG_NOBLE1)


Audio: Bone Thugs-N-Harmony & Outlawz "Rolling Stone"

Matt: A decade in the making, Krayzie Bone and Young Nobleís Thug Brothers 2 is the follow up to the highly-successful collaboration project from two of hip hopís legendary groups; Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Outlawz.

The first Thug Brothers album was a collaborative effort by Layzie Bone and Young Noble, but for the sequel, Krayzie Bone picks up where Layzie Bone left off. There is an undeniable artistic chemistry between these two hip hop legends as they both detail their respective parallel journeys through hip hopís evolution and history.

Video: @YoungDolph "KING" Documentary (@AudibleTreats)


Video: Young Dolph "KING" Documentary

A.T.: Months Later, Young Dolph Addresses the Attempt on His Life in WSHH Documentary "KING."

Video: @MoleculesBX @DITCent @DresBlackSheep - "Hardcore" (@DiamondMedia360)


Video: Molecules & Showbiz f/ Dres - "Hardcore"

DM360: Take a trip to the renowned D.I.T.C. Studios in the visuals for ďHardcore,Ē the latest single from the Bronx-repping duo of Molecules (of The Legion) and DITCís Showbiz. The track, which arrives just in time for the release of their collaborative effort, A Bronx Tale, also features a standout guest verse from another living legend, Dres of Black Sheep.

Video: Golden - "Bass Drop" (@YaGirlGolden @SunIzOut)


Video: Golden - "Bass Drop"

GH: With the release of the new visual "Bass Drop" Rochester Ny Emcee Golden brings that aggressive flow over a hype beat. Alongside Rochester Veteran spitter Sun.N.Y. Bass Drop is a raw club banger guaranteed to get your head moving.

Video: Clairmont The Second "44 Me" (@CTSecond @NoiseyMusic)


Video: Clairmont The Second - "44 Me"

A.T.: The 19-Year-Old Rapper/Producer Premieres the Black-and-White, Self-Directed Clip via NOISEY.


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