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.
Kool Krew representative, Blakk Rose is ready to take the ultimate journey. The Illinois emcee is ready to Race 2 the Heavens and experience Beautiful Death. After a masterful performance at the Midwest Connectz “Summer Starter Pack” event Blakk brought his latest project to life. Checking in at 10 tracks with singles like “Motivation” and “Tropicana” bolstering the project, Blakk leaves it all on the table on his latest release. Check out the Future Music Entertainment here.
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.
Check out the tape below, and let us know what you think.
Canada is a hotbed for Hip Hop right now and King Pariss is no exception. Linking with Nika Dee, Big Clutch and ImStidda for the raunchy single “Vice Grip”. Taking the term “tight lipped” literally, the north of the border crew deliver a smooth, sexually driven single. I doubt I’ll ever look at tools the same way again.
Cornbread217 is making 2019 his year. After the release of new singles in the first two months of the new year he’s back again with a brand new video. Linking with Jayy Wills Ent for the visuals, the artist known as the Trash Panda brings his super lyrical weed ode to life.
Illinois native and Tennessee resident, Ren of the Co-Pilots provides some perspective on his new project. Titling the release I Really Did Take It This Far is fitting based on it’s overall tone and feel. Keeping it concise with 9 tracks including standouts “Kings and Queens” and “Or What” with The Co-Pilots compadre Money Green. Exemplifying both lyrical and Black excellence, Ren has no plans of ever falling off.
Keep your eyes open as the project will make it’s way to all of your favorite digital retailers in the coming weeks.