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Video: Confidence Drops "Neck Snapping Drums Vol. 1" (@illadrenaline)


Video: Confidence Drops "Neck Snapping Drums Vol. 1"

Ill Adrenaline: Critically acclaimed underground producer and virtual beat school founder Confidence decided to put together drum kits that he’s used in his own productions and beats for the likes of artists such as Rashad & Confidence, Purpose & Confidence, Beneficence, EDO. G, Gdot & Born, Neek The Exotic, Last Emporer, The Legion, The Regiment, Jaysaun, Wildelux, etc.



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Video: Snhypa - "Lifestyle of a Stoner" (@rRAPpromo)


Video: Snhypa - "Lifestyle of a Stoner"

RRP: The track, which is a fun Hip Hop song and a description of his lifestyle, is from Snhypa's upcoming album, Split Personality. Please watch the video and post a comment to let us know what you think.

Video: @MaineEventBCMG @JayBurna - "441"


Video: Maine Event f/ Jay Burna - "441"

JP: Today we have the brand new music video for Maine Event – 441. Maine Event drops off his new single “441”, which features vocals from both label mates Jay Burna & Scoopz. The boys rap about putting on for their city over sounds produced by Jimmy Long & 118.

Audio: Mike Hardy - "Shotgun Shawty" (@WhoMikeHardy @QTheQuestion)


Audio: Mike Hardy - "Shotgun Shawty"

Q: Empowerment Music Group latest signee Mike Hardy drops his new single "Shotgun Shawty".

Video: @OnlyChrisRivers @DenzilPorter - "LootChini" (@PRDean)


Video: Chris Rivers f/ Denzil Porter - "LootChini"

Dean: Chris Rivers with the assistant of fellow Bronx rapper Denzil Porter brings an nostalgic visual to their version of Camp Lo's Luchini. Chris and Denzil brings an classic 90's feel energy with an visual tribute to the Golden Era of Hip Hop.

Lee Reed: The Butcher, The Banker, The Bitumen Tanker


Lee Reed: The Butcher, The Banker, The Bitumen Tanker

Gav: The RHYMETHiNK collective is proud to present: the newest LP from Canadian HipHop's oldest and grumpiest radical-lefty loudmouth, Lee Reed. "The Butcher, The Banker, The Bitumen Tanker" is 12 tracks of incendiary truth-speak. Bumping, boom-bap production.. and a lyricism grown out of rap's revolutionary roots. Fierce firepower for the frontline struggle.. "The Butcher, The Banker, The Bitumen Tanker" is radical HipHop done right, and Reed's most mature and well-crafted album to date.

Video: @TheOutfitTX f/ Maxo Kream - "U" (@AudibleTreats)


Video: The Outfit, TX f/ Maxo Kream - "U"

A.T.: The Outfit, TX said "Maxo is an authentic hardhead, and that’s how a lot of hardheads move, and you rarely get authentic versions of those in hip-hop music, nowadays. Music needs that authenticity... So, to us, Maxo personifies our desires for more real ones to make it. We funk with each other off the strength of all of the aforementioned elements, and most importantly the mutual respect we have for each other."

Smoove Gotti - "Young Man Old Soul" (@smoovegotti216 @DJ_Komplex @IStillLoveHER)


Mixtape: Smoove Gotti - "Young Man Old Soul"

Wanja: Smoove Gotti is releasing a new Mixtape Series named Young Man Old Soul. This is the first of five Mixtapes to come. Smoove wanted to give his fans a inside glimpse to who he truly is as an artist. Smoove has four music video visuals to go along with this mixtape. Views range in the upper thousands. Tracks like Shattered Star and Rain are captivating.

Video: Def3 - "Wildlif3" (@FactorMusic @URBNET)


Video: Def3 - "Wildlif3"

URBNET: For those of you wondering if sasquatches were real…the answer is yes and they live in Canada. Fresh off of headlining a 17 show European tour and a busy performance week at Austin’s SXSW, Def3 brings you some cinematic gold with an incredibly scenic, sasquatch encounter, high atop the Canadian Rockies in his brand new music video for “Wildlif3”, directed by the one and only Stuey Kubrick.

Audio: Doe Boy Cutty - "Trophy" (@NicoleScouter)


Audio: Doe Boy Cutty - "Trophy"

Matt: Doe Boy Cutty is Knoxville’s next breakout artist on the rise from the Volunteer state of Tennessee and now he offers his new anthem, “Trophy,” the new single from his forthcoming album I.R.S. (I’m Running Shyt!). “Trophy” gives an inside look at what the true meaning on a “Trophy” girl is.


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