Florida has long-since been a hotbed for hip-hop talent and that trend continues today with the latest artist you’d be smart to keep an eye on. Hailing from West Orlando, KT, blesses us with his latest project, Follow My JRIP. He’s made noise for himself in the past with buzzin’ singles “Ticket,” “Rack Race,” and the Boosie Badazz and Plies assisted “No Clutchin” remix. Now, KT comes through with an 11-track album with features from Young Scooter, Plies, London Jae, and Woop.
KT on new project:
“The concept is an art gallery, everything you see is on display. We painting pictures with this music shit, when it’s real life, art imitates life no fugazi business. My JRIP (Drip) is the centerpiece of the Gallery, I’m Picasso with this shit, I got that Basquiat Juice.”
Stream Follow My Jrip by KT now.
Follow KT on Twitter: @JuicedUpKT
“I’m the Reason”, “Never Give Up”, “Tragedy”, OG Cuicide has built an undeniable buzz leading up to an explosive 2019. His new video, “Know My Pain” premiered on BET Jams this month and kicked off his new album campaign, titled, OGs Are Forever.
A business owner, activist, and most of all, a survivor. OG Cuicide has grown his 40k Instagram following through his vintage West Coast lyricism, motivational message to overcome all adversities and street gospel. The City of Compton on his back and heavily supported by fellow West Coast legends like Kurupt and Snoop Dogg.
“I spent three years recording this album,” OG Cuicide reveals. “Put in my blood sweat and tears into everywhere every sentence every letter three years ago was not the right timing for this album how it’s time for it now I took the mental health issues depression issues stress issues and use them as ingredients for this album and the way the world is turning this album is needed to help take away some pain.”
Substance, aggressive, and raw. OGs Are Forever is perfect for any West Coast purist in search of that vintage 90s sound that birthed similar icons like NWA, Death Row Records, and Eazy E.The new album is the direct follow-up to OG’s 2012 effort, Wonder Why (CG Records).
Stream OGs Are Forever by OG Cuicide via VooDoo Nation, LLC.
Follow OG Cuicide on Twitter: @OGCuicide
Houston-born artist C.S. Armstrong is no stranger to traveling the world. The eight-year army veteran landed in NYC and began working and touring with the likes Action Bronson, P. Diddy and Estelle. Relocating to Los Angeles after spending several years on the East Coast, Armstrong looked to pursue a new direction. The decision to move solidified itself almost immediately when Armstrong began working with Dr. Dre, Terrace Martin and Sa-Ra’s Taz Arnold upon his arrival. His next musical chapter had begun.
His debut album, Truth Be Told, is a glimpse into Chauncy’s ability to culminate all of his life experiences, producing an authentic and passionate body of work. C.S. Armstrong is truly a testament to his craft refusing to allow genre barriers to control his creative musical expression.
The album itself protects his genre-bending reputation while diving deeper into his roots. Armstrong shares his story with the world by peeling back his layers, serving an indelible foundation that will be remembered forever.
Armstrong on his debut:
“I’ve been recording for the past 6 years, from studio to studio really refining my process till I realized there is no process to creativity. For me, that became limiting. started to learn how to be free again and find more of a balance than a process…”
In support of Truth Be Told, C.S. Armstrong will be hosting an intimate Live Show on June 15 in Los Angeles, California.
Stream ‘Truth Be Told’ now.
Follow C.S. Armstrong on Twitter: @LifeofArmstrong