There isn’t a damn thing “Mediocre” about the latest banger from Brooklyn rapper PookHustle, the self-proclaimed “nice guy with a dark side.” Produced by Wanderlust & WhatsHisName, the track stems from Pook‘s much anticipated new Yellow Tape EP, that’s due out soon. In the meantime, head over to your preferred digital retailer or streaming platform to support “Mediocre”.
Chase Fetti rises up out of New Jersey with his latest single “Brazy”.
The Garden State artist continues his rise and steps outside the box as he drops off something a little out of the norm on his new single. Known for his raw wordplay and bars, Chase Fetti takes a different approach this go around which allows the artist to display his versatility. With an energetic new record, some catchy lyrics and his mastered wordplay, Chase Fetti is making New Jersey look good on this one.
The throne is for the taking in New Jersey, watch as Chase Fetti continues his campaign to claim the throne. Be on the lookout for more from the young artist as he looks to close out the year strong.
West Coast rap stalwart Oh No proves why he’s one of the most consistently dope producers in the game with his equally funky and grimy remix of “Gold Vases” which first appeared on Planet Asia & DJ Concept’s well received collab LP, Seventy Nine. While the original had a more traditionally Boom bap sound, Oh No transforms the track into a low-key burner with a crunchy baseline and spaced out groove. This remix is taken from the vinyl edition of Coalmine Records’ remix compilation, “Remineded“.
After a quiet summer post release of his first single “All I Ever Wanted” (Which is still performing well) Josh wanted to let his fans, as well as his competition know that he hasn’t gone anywhere and at the very least he’s better than ever.
Hailing from the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn, Young James is a member of a super popular collective of cousins known as MMB. A movement of creatives making noise on the independent circuit, their performances at Webster Hall, Gramercy Theater, SOBs and more has helped them develop an audience in totality and as individuals. Stepping out on a solo mission with his new single, Big Dawg, Young James is ready to take the reigns of the 4th quarter.
Off his latest effort, Did Dirt To Lay Pavement 2, L.A.’s McKinley Ave drops off album’s latest single, “Save My Soul”.
Buzzworthy for his impressive lyrical prowess, McKinley Ave dives deep into his past to discover what the future has in store for him. Therapeutic, “Save My Soul” is one of the album’s best works and sets up a promising new start among the majors as McKinley transcends to the next level of Hip Hop.
“Save My Soul” is the third single released off the album, following “Bae” and “Need Me”. McKinley Ave’s resume includes collaborations with Young Dolph and Eric Bellinger. This is the perfect jump-on point for newfound fans to get familiar with the rising West Coast star.