Jacc Breeze took a short hiatus, only to bounce back stronger. The Midwest rapper/crooner is back with his new single and video “8o8’s and Heartbreaks”. Borrowing from Kanye’s album title of a similar name, Breeze delivers a catchy tune over bumping production. Deezy Da Paperboy plays video director for the Paper Dividend Profit signed artist.
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.
Check out the entire Quarantine Lockdown mixtape here!
Deezy Da Papeboy is known around the Midwest as one of the hardest working and most consistent artists in the region. He connects with frequent collaborator, Jayy Wills, and the indelible Cornbread217 for their uplifting single and video “Angels”. These artists employ their separate skills to deliver the powerful message that, everyone possesses the power to be more if they just apply themselves.
The rap game has a problem on it’s hands. Wildoutt is here to make an impression in a big way. His brand new video “Cookin'” featuring Big Homie Hom and Junior Pasare is turning the internet up. The energetic single gets the visual assist from Jayy Wills and doesn’t disappoint. The fellas take turns whipping dope rhymes over a Rikashay production and Wills adeptly brings it all to life. Check it out here and let us know what you think.
Consistency is the key to success. CityFME embodies that statement with his latest release “Lost N the Muzik 3”. Bringing his distinctly Midwestern vibe to his new project, City continues to show his growth as an artist and songwriter on the third installment of his popular mixtape series. Not bogged down with too many features or cluttered with a lot of filler, “Lost N the Muzik 3” gives the listeners a nice experience. Standout tracks like “Moments” featuring Papa Luke and “So Juicy” showcase City’s ever evolving pen.
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City has been quietly building his catalog and building his profile as a respected recording artist. Using 2018 to continue his Lost In The Muzic mixtape series he has no plans of letting up in 2019. Not mincing a single word, City puts everyone on notice with his latest single and Visual Paradise directed video “Tell Em Right”. With the release of Lost In The Muzic 3 fast approaching the Illinois based emcee is setting the tone for what the fans can expect to hear when they get lost in the music.
Junior Pasare is more than just a recording artist. The uber-talented producer/singer/songwriter/rapper has been grinding his way through the Midwest music scene since the mid- 2000’s. Building his catalog and honing his craft along the way, Junior has become somewhat of a musical force in his hometown of Springfield, IL. Collaborating with a local who’s who, all while creating some of the areas most prolific sounds bring us to “Ten 28”.
The 6 track project boasts a Tupac (2pac) intro, and song named after the legend with poignant, well delivered, lyrics that even he would be proud of. Handling the bulk of the production on the release allows Pasare to showcase his skills both in front of the mic and behind the boards. With a sound that translates well with new wave fans and Hip Hop aficionados alike “Ten 28” may be the new grail for what Hip Hop is supposed to be.
All Good Plug wasn’t always all good. The talented emcee takes us on a walk through some of his darker days. Losing loved ones, never being financially stable, and living in a hotel room can have a serious effect on one’s psyche, but Plug kept his head up and found a way to make it all good.
Central Illinois is in the building when Corey Wyatt aka Prince Cash hits the scene. The young rapper holds it down for Jacksonville, IL on his new single “Two”. Knowing everything in life comes better in pairs, Cash links with Visual Paradise to give everyone the rundown on how to double up. Ready to make a major industry move after winning the Midwest Connectz hosted “Where Da Cash At?’ event Prince Cash isn’t a name to forget.
Illinois rapper, Homicide the Hooligan is known as a punchline rapper and his latest releases don’t do a single thing to change that narrative. On his “Timmy Turner Freestyle” he raps, “You either selling white or selling green/or a nightmare trying to sell a dream” and “Nobody” finds the young OG spewing street wisdom like, “Main motto/Fuck everybody, trust nobody/You caught a body leave no witness/No body”. If punches in bunches is what you’re used to look no further than these brand new singles.