Midwest rhymer, Sensai Doog delivers his brand new visual “Murder Stop”. Taking viewers on a tour of his city, the Sensai leaves no doubt as to the roles everyone plays to make up the Springfield streets. With McCabe films handling the camera work for this one Doog brings his city to you. Check out the video below and stay current on Sensai Doog across all your favorite social media platforms.
Vinal Luciano has never been one to shy away from bringing his real life to his music. The Illinois native does more of the same with his latest release “Growing Pains”. Enlisting the help of Twenty One Seven Studios to bring his vision to life, Mr. Luciano sheds light on his thoughts about everything from his children, to his failed relationships with his cohorts. Sporting a video in video look “Growing Pains” could easily find itself as one of 2018’s breakout singles.
Melodic St.Louis artist Stringz is back with another music video “Advantage” shot by @Filmsbyceez, as he sings about the late night grinds of an up & coming artist, and & the possible reaping of from his efforts. Check it out below.
Straight out of T-Town better known as Tulsa, Ape House Mafia puts a spin on the throwback record “Cheers to You” from R & B group Playa, & created “Blessings” a song for the grown & sexy women all across the world. Check it out below. Parental discretion adult lyrics.
Da Bull Will links with Zomb Pure to deliver the high octane “Ima Do Me”. Holding it down for his 3rd Street fam, the Darby native is putting all of Philly on notice that the only person that can stop Will is Will. The trending CashMoneyAp provides the production for one of 2017’s songs to look out for.