Flint, Michigan’s own, Jada Ali continues her assault on the rap game with her latest single and video Bang. The mitten rep enlists Jeiwes for the production on this high energy single. Jada takes her Midwest swag all the way to Miami to star in this, Stew Banks filmed, music video all while showing off her own clothing label Flint 2 Forbes in the process.Make sure to stay up to date with this superstar in the making on all your favorite social media platforms. Plus, catch the Bang video below and drop a line to let us know what you think.
Dirty Da Don has solidified his spot as one of the hardest working men in the rap game. Presenting his Quarantine Lockdown project finds the ever-grinding CEO/MC release a trio of new videos with “STFU” from 2020’s Project Legendary 5, “Switch Up” and “Everythang Business”. Stay tuned to @project_entertainment21162 for new content and releases.
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2.20, pronounced Two point Twenty holds it down for the Mob City Ent. fam on Before It’s Too Late. Sporting 14 tracks and only a single feature 2.20 shows his versatility as the project builds. Taking on some popular beats as well as original productions allows for the emcee to show he belongs alongside the biggest names in the game. Looking to make 2019 his year, the Illinois rapper is already booking 1st quarter tour dates and prepping a new release. Make sure to catch up with 2.20 Before It’s Too Late.
Deezy Da Paperboy is on a mission for the “Krown”, and even a stint in jail isn’t stopping him. The multi-award winning artist recently found himself on the wrong side of the law but even that can’t stop his momentum. “UnderGroundKrown” made it’s debut Independence Day to rave reviews. The 9 track project is packed full of high energy production and street-certified hits like; “Turn Up The Stove”, “Telling Me Nothing”, and the Sheezy assisted “Not Me”. Taking a page right from the playbook of artists like Shyne, and Gucci Mane, releasing music while incarcerated only puts Da Paperboy that much closer to the throne. https://bandcamp.com/EmbeddedPlayer/album=2867864892/size=large/bgcol=ffffff/linkcol=0687f5/tracklist=false/artwork=small/transparent=true/
Tj Byrd is one of Illinois’ most gifted rappers. He drops another jewel with his “Fuckery” Freeverse over Drake’s “Do Not Disturb”. Getting extremely personal Mr. Byrd took some of the things that have been bubbling under the surface and allowed them to breathe. Detailing interpersonal relationships with friends and even the mother of his children, TJ exhibits plenty of courage in speaking from his heart.
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”.