Kansas City artist Sleazy World has been shooting up the charts with his latest tracks, what they gone do to me & Sleazy Flow, with the later going viral on Tik Tok with stars such as Lil Baby & Lil Nas X rapping word for word. The trap influenced artist has recently been signed to Island records, a division of UMG and plans on putting KCMO back on the map.
Businessman Skinny takes it back to the trap with his latest single “Stretch” available on all platforms. Backed by an ominous instrumental, Skinny goes through the process & culture of moving weight throughout the Midwest. Click here to find it on Spotify, or listen to it below via YouTube.
This current pandemic has definitely soured a lot of plans & project funding’s with layoffs & state mandates keeping most of us in the house & out of the booth.
That hasn’t stopped St.Louis based artist Hayzie P who dropped his latest project Collab Tape 2.5, 11 tracks all with St.Louis collaborations. To check it out click here.
Besides releasing the Stl inspired tape, Hayzie P has continued to stay active through out this pandemic doing features with artist in the city & showing out on camera, a perfect example would be his presence on the Zo Vanguard Pandemic anthem “My Strguggle,” video below. With this year far from over be on the look out for more from Hayzie. To stay up to date with him follow him @hayzelman1 IG & @thehayzel1 on Twitter.
St.Louis has had its share of success rapper platinum rappers & producers like Nelly & Metro Boomin, and we are still making splashes in the industry with new comers Smino, XXL freshman Comethazine, & QC artist Layton Greene. Quincy Taylor better known at Def Jam and through out the industry as Big Heff will be in down town St.Louis listening to up & coming talent and bringing artist from across the Midwest to network with the Lou September 4th. For more info on how you can be apart of this opportunity text 3146296404 or Dm @Whobeta on Instagram, twitter, or Facebook.
Tamba Hali of the Nfl’s top 100 players year after year is moving forward with his passion for music with the release of his new single “The One For Me” out now which sounds great, & has been getting solid reviews around the web.
In a recent interview with BetasBlock.com Tamba Talks about the release of his new single, the possibilities of an upcoming collab with Kansas City’s top artist Tech 9ne, & more in part 1 of the 3 part interview check it out below, as well as the newly released video “The 1 For Me.”
Mr.Hey Now gives us the run down on life Fresh Out the yard as he’s coming with lyrical vengeance in the new music video “The Play” ft. Da Roski, while jamming through different parts of the “Lou”. The Fresh Out Ent. CEO speaks on the change up from friends & family, while still getting to the money plus more during the 3 minute lyrical onslaught. Check it out below & follow Fresh Out Ent’s Mr.Hey Now everywhere!
Stitch 81 comes with a dope cartoon & a must hear message in “We The People” which tackles a lot of today’s social & political issues, & when you feel like they are saying to much you can always hit rewind or read the caption provided in the video.
The Kansas City based artist will be performing live March 25th in Springfield, Illinois at the Black Sheep Cafe & making a special appearance that night in down town Springfield at the Wet Bar with Young Dro & Hypno Carlito. Be sure to follow the movement on Facebook here.
Artist Big Texas, has announced that he will competing at the 8th Midwest Best $1000 Showcase January 21 at Studio 618. No stranger to winning showcases in St.Louis, Big Texas won a free trip to New York to perform at the Big Heff A & R showdown in the Summer of 2016, will he win street continue? Come see for yourself $10 admission for the showcase. Check out his much talked about video “Street Shit” with Mista Siccs & Sean Paul of the Young Bloods, click here.
To compete for the $1000 at the Midwest Best 8th Showcase at Studio 618 January 21st text 3146296404.
Days before his signature Poe Fest at newly constructed Delmar Hall on the world famous Delmar / U City Loop Tef Poe takes to Facebook to express his disappointment with neighboring Vintage Vinyl record store, accusing them of Gentrification, and even questioned if it was a hobby spot for vinyl enthusiasts or a music store. Follow his post below to engage, rebuttal, agree disagree. Also, catch Poe Fest this Sunday at Delmar Hall with special guest & former Good Music song writer / Rapper GLC, Bet Freestyle Friday Champ Big Will & more. Buy tickets here.