After a short hiatus, Money Ave rep, Bennie Blanco delivers his highly anticipated album, “Where’s Blanco?”. The Illinois native brings heat over the course of 17 tracks. With standout singles like, “Southgrand”, “Live From The Bricks” and the King Mill and Mitch G assisted “Always”, Blanco carves his own lane in a crowded Hip Hop space. If you were wondering where the exciting artist has been he answers all those questions and more with this release. With placement on all the major digital platforms including Tidal, Google Play, Spotify and hard copies making their way through the streets the young emcee is ready to take his career to new heights.
Check out the JWE filmed “The Intro” video and be on the lookout for more from the man known as Blanco.
City is making his presence felt throughout the Midwest music scene. The Kool Krew member releases his new video “Run From It” as a way to keep his name hot in the streets. With an upcoming performance slotted for H3 Entertainment’s “Get Signed Or Die Trying” tour in Springfield, IL the Illinois veteran is ready to make the leap to the next level.
Central Illinois hip hop veteran, Meezy Killafield delivers his personal new single”Emotions”. Tapping Twenty1Seven Studios for the video, Meezy pulls back the covers and exposes his true feelings. if “Emotions” is any indication of what’s to come the world better be ready for more heartfelt music from one of the Midwest’s most experienced rhymers.
Deezy Da Paperboy has established himself as one of Illinois premier artists. After hitting stages across the Midwest, he shifted the focus on his latest single to help the embattled Bobby Shmurda on “Free Shmurda”. Blazing bars from the time the video starts, Deezy torches his local contemporaries while also dropping the jewel “FREE Shmurda/Niggas ain’t up on the clout/I’ma have to bond em out/Give his ass a zip , 2 phones and a burner”. Looks like “Mr. Win Em All” is ready to take his winning ways all the way to Rikers to free the homie.
4TP’s Archie continues his recent stretch of new releases with “Nintendo”. The Jacksonville, Illinois resident has been slowly building both his catalog and fan base through his hard work in the Midwest underground scene.
AMG/Blackhood’s latest signee, Tanner G has a bright future ahead in the music game if his debut single is any indication. The Illinois native delivers “Make It Happen”. The laid-back single finds the rapper/singer delving into all of the ways he makes moves. Of course women, haters, and getting to the money are all on the agenda when you rock with this “G”.