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Taiwan (@imtoodeep) – Stop Nigga #OfficialVideo

| October 8, 2015 | 0 Comments

He’s back!…

Remix of Jahlil beat / Bobby Smurda “Hot Nigga track. Too Deep goes in like never before on this feature track on his new release mixtape “The Indictment”.

#Christian #HipHop Artist Daniel Evans (@Romans82899) has “Hope For The World”

| October 8, 2015 | 0 Comments

I’ve been following this artist for a while, and Daniel Evans has allot of heart. I’ve even had him on one of my live shows, he’s very passionate about his music. And, it’s only been getting better. I’m proud to present to you, Hope For The World. I hope it inspires other Christian Hiphop Artists, to get out there and live their dreams. Music doesn’t always have to glamorize sex, drugs and violence, and his mounting fan base, and local support will agree. He’s got allot of potential, and spreading a great message that’s there’s Hope For The World. You can hear his music all month, on MMM RADIO station!

[Single] Bankroll Fresh (@1YungFresh) ft 2 Chainz & Skooly – Take Over Your Trap

| October 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

Bankroll Fresh (@1YungFresh) teams up w/ 2 Chainz and Skooly to drop the Mondo produced “Take Over Your Trap” via Street Execs and Team Bigga Rankin. Support and Feedback is appreciated.

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[Single] Mike Bandz (@iammikebandz) Ft. Jerry White – Sex N Drugs

| October 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

[Single] Mike Bandz (@iammikebandz) Ft. Jerry White – Sex N Drugs

[Single] Baby D (@Babydamg) ft Spoony G x Young Dro (@Dropolo) – 2 Much Flavor

| October 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

I know you didn’t think the king of turning up the club,the hood, the Trapp wouldn’t drop another one to keep the movement going this time he bought fellow ATL artist YOUNG DRO & SPOONY “G” along for the ride “2MUCHFlavor” the new feel good anthem that’s going to have you T’DUP in the car the club where ever….so press play then hit the download and keep up with BABY”D” & the AMG movement via Twitter/IG @babydamg

[Video] DatBoi Dad (@DatBoiDad) – Gud Dope

| October 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

Who is Datboi Dad
I was born Deric Moore Jr aka Dad on the streets nawl for real I was born 11/11/1981 my aunt Sidney 2bdr on Joseph E.Lowery formerly known as Simpson rd in Atlants GA my mom moved to Jonesbro South Projects in 1983 I’m the 3rd of four children my brother was 18 months ahead of me it was only us two boys so we had to go hard meaning in these streets and the grind. I’ve always been determined from going door to door, raking leaves to carrying people’s groceries and selling candy
then that street life.
I turned to the corner that corner was heaven/hell in that time I got shot so I had to sit down for a minute realizing how I had to do do less bit gain more as time went on I gained more thats where my name came from my hood started calling me Dad I just added Dat Boi to it being I was young ant the time and had a lot winsome few years in 05 did a bid came home in 09
Been starting up On Cash Ent since.
On Cash is a label with two artists my self and lil Mike my nephew.
The project I’m working on now is called “Gud Dope” and No I’m not marketing illegal drugs it’s “Gud Dope” Gud entrainment Gud food Gud times Gud company anything that pleasurable to you I want my music to be inspirational makings you want to gain more relaxing,chill , but also game giving On Cash Ent music is gonna be pharmaceutical what I mean by that is marinating understand me passed through usfda distributed to your local pharmacy mom and pops stores you understand me!

[EP] Boy Face (@boyfacebusy) & Sosa (@sosa_writer) – Sosa & Boots

| October 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

NEW @boyfacebusy BOY FACE & @sosa_writer SOSA EP!

Search SOSA&BOOTS BOY FACE Allstar guest: BUY – #rocnation #tidal

[Single] Dolla (@tharealdolla904) ft Brisco – Watch Me Ball​

| October 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Dolla (@tharealdolla904) is back with a new street banger “Watch Me Ball”, featuring fellow Fla artist, Brisco. Dolla reps Jacksonville and stays consistent with his street bangers. Support and feedback appreciated.

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Twitter: @tharealdolla904
Instagram: therealdolla904

[EP] Trev Rich – Sometimes

| October 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

In a genre where artist who are normally from the East, South or West coasts emerge from obscurity and mid-west stars usually hail from Chicago, it takes an extraordinarily gifted presence to ascend from Denver, Colorado and give industry veterans pause.
Trev Rich, a wordsmith who is more than happy to make a name for himself in the Rocky Mountain state, took a different approach and rather than leaving his hometown in search of a dream, he invited the dream to come to him.
“People are really surprised that we party the way we do in Denver. Beyond amazing talent living in the area, we know how to have a good time and that’s the experience that I want visitors to have. I want them to respect where I’m from, so they understand when I rap, where I’m coming from,” says the 25 year old rising star. This strategy caught the attention of Director of SESAC Music Atlanta, Gregorry Smith who made it a personal mission to travel to Denver and find out if the rumors were true about the next great MC. “I was done signing rappers,” says Smith, “I went there not prepared to do anything except listen to this kid rap. I ended up staying in Denver five additional days to make sure I closed the deal and signed Trev.”
Trev’s team credits the song “Loaded” as a pivotal moment in his career, feeling like the city of Denver was officially behind his movement. The increasing demand for this track in the streets and clubs lead to Trev’s next unofficial single, “Good Vibes” being played in regular rotation on local radio which was the impetus for Denver’s Hip-Hop and R&B station KS107.5 inviting Trev to be the first local artist in decades to perform on the main stage at Summer Jam 2014.

Trev Rich is an MC’s MC, having been co-signed by the likes of Joe Budden, a hip-hop artist who Trev holds in high esteem. Joe Budden invited Trev to appear on his 2012 track, “Dreams”. “It don’t get no harder than Slaughter House!” boasts Trev, “So when Joe Budden let me do a joint with him, it was surreal because I respect the way they pushed their whole movement.”
It’s been nearly eight years since Trev Rich began this journey, but he wouldn’t have subtracted one moment. The struggle makes him stronger at his craft, the turbulence allows Rich and his team to become better businessmen and the peak moments help him to take it all in. With a solid business plan in place, Trev Rich has begun to venture outside of Denver and collaborate with other independent artists from across the country and leaked new music via the Internet. His last single, “Sometimes” received immediate critical acclaim from the blogosphere and created a new kind of buzz for Trev Rich. His plan is effective, he’s determined to earn respect as an MC the old school way, one show at a time, one city at a time, one radio station at a time, one fan at a time. “I believe my audience and future fans deserve as much respect as they give me. We’re going to grow together. If I do this thing slowly and carefully, I think I’ll be around a long time.”



[Single] Jazz Imani (@jazzimani_) – Fleekin

| October 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

Checkout the latest single by Jazz Imani, from @ppcrecords…listen and download today.

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