If you haven't already heard of Macon Hamilton, type his name in on twitter now. Everyone is talking about him. This 17-year old Macon, Georgia native is quickly making a name for himself in the Hip-Hop community. Macon was recently featured on both TheSource.com & KillerHipHop.com. Today Macon releases his new track "I know where I stand" from his upcoming mixtape "SCOH" (Second Coming Of Hamilton) which drops on January 13th.
From the crowded streets of Brookyln, New York, a hero emerges. A new female rapper by the name of Chinwe. As an up and coming female rapper she pushes hard to become known in the evergrowing genre that is hip hop. Chinwe writes and delivers from the heart. Her lyrics are belted out over complex yet catchy beats to create a diverse sound. Currently, Chinwe has two singles available on iTunes and professionally shot music videos for Chasing Dreams and Breeze Pass.
His name says it all. Bobby is all about that energy that one exudes from their body, whether its with voice or just that aura around him.
His brother Mo Litmon said that Bobby was deadly on the mic like Mark Wahlberg with a sniper rifle in the movie Shooter, but Bobby had swag everywhere he went and with everything he did. So Bobby Swagg was born.
Today, producer Mike WiLL Made-It is releasing his new mixtape, Est. In 1989 Pt. 2.5. The tape, available exclusively via LiveMixtapes, serves as the third installment in his ongoing mixtape series, and includes nine exclusive tracks in addition to a collection of Mike WiLL's most recent production hits. Features on the tape include Gucci Mane, Future, Rihanna, Kelly Rowland, Brandy, Juicy J, Big Sean, B.o.B., French Montana, Young Jeezy, Trinidad Jame$, Chief Keef, Lil' Wayne, Rick Ross, T.I., Will.i.am, Two9, Birdman, Chill Will, Young Scooter, Juvenile, Jim Jones, and more.
Directed by Xenzo (formerly Kev Major) and edited by XCON of Will X Movement, the "Stay Me" music video is the second from the musical tag-team of Perfeck Strangers and their debut album on URBNET Records, "Series Premiere".
Tamar Braxton: My Success Didn't Come From Being Toni's Sister
DJ Vlad: Tamar Braxton opens up about the massive debut of her single "Love & War," which beat out several big name artists on the iTunes chart, and believes her success was self-made. The "Braxton Family Values" star also speaks about her relationship with her husband Vince, puts divorce rumors to rest and sets the record straight about Vince discovering Lady Gaga.
Video: Trinidad James on Inspiration for Don't Be S.A.F.E.
DJ Vlad: "All Gold Everything" rapper Trinidad James reveals what was going on in his life when he was making his album "Don't Be S.A.F.E." He also shares his thoughts on his current success and the people he credits with helping his hit track be heard across the country.