New video by indie artist Benzoe (@ZoeMilitia) “Plottin On Em”, this track is produced by Choppa Chop Beats (@ChopChopBeats92).
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New video by indie artist Jonni Vegaz (@Jonni_Vegaz) “Miss You”, this video features fellow indie artist C-Rena, Skully, and Paranoya. Watch it, and support it by sharing it on your social sites. Follow Jonni Vegaz because he has more to come.
Check out the latest video to drop from Chicago-based hip-hop duo Bro Nem “Doin What We Wanna Do” featuring YB. Thick hip-hop beats with a flicker of R&B flavor trim this laid-back track.
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Nowadays in hip hop the phrase `I aint a rapper’ has became very cliche for those who lack true talent. Television, radio, and magazine publications force fans to see and listen to the same artists without giving them variety. Antonio Slim is the total opposite, his clever wordplay mixed with vivid storytelling is a reminder that hip hop is still alive. The emcee born Quinten Pressley was raised in Fayetteville, NC. Slim fell in love with hip hop at an early age after hearing the LL cool J classic “Bigger and Deffer”. He began writing rhymes after hearing the common classic “I used too love her”. Slim began sharpening his skills battling in lunchrooms, skating rinks, street corners, and on the local radio station foxy 99 where he won several Apollo Thursdays. At age 16 Slim signed to a local indie label Uncutt Records, where he and childhood friend Camay recorded the single a “million reasons” with hopes of dropping an album The company went under and Slim was back at square one. Never one to just accept defeat, Slim put out his debut mixtape “Murda He Wrote” in 2005, the mixtape created a small buzz that was followed by another mixtape entitled “Heir to the Throne pt 1″. Soon after Slim began performing in open mics and opening for artists such as two chainz, 8ball, scarface, young joc, big kuntry and bun b. In 2011 Slim dropped his third offering “Ya All Welcome”, the project caught the attention of Lashon ts jones who signed Slim to his “Got What U Need” label imprint in 2012. Slim dropped the gritty single “No Love”, the single gained moderate play in the UK, France, Canada and Kenya. In 2013 Slim independently dropped his debut ep “Downtown Story”, the ep stays true to the gritty lyricism and traditional boom bap production of past hip hop legends. Slim lists Nas, Big L, Jay-Z, Scarface and Common as his influences.
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In the words of Bigga Rankin (@BiggaRankin00) “Ain’t No Handouts in this game, the grind gonna keep you honest, you can’t cheat the grind, you only gonna get what you put in.” and YFN Lucci (@YFNLucci) is proving once again that his grind is impeccable. The release of the intro to his “Wish Me Well” mixtape “Patience” continues to take this industry by storm. “Patience” made its video debut as a Worldstar exclusive in a mini-movie setup unlike many other videos out now. Press Play and watch the video everyone will be talking about.
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After recently being featured on DJ E-Feezy’s single “Sex You Up” (via Rap-Up) alongside Trina and Plies, Oklahoma rapper Young Star looks to build off the momentum with the release of new visuals for his catchy single, “Look At Me.” From the streets, to the club, to the studio, and more, Star keeps everybody moving with the high-energy track that showcases his rapid-fire flow. The visual also comes filled with cameos from the likes of Waka Flocka, 2 Chainz, Que, T.I., and several others.
Young Lye (@YoungLye) has been hard at work, giving all his time to his craft. He is focused and hitting the rap game hard. “Watching Me” is produced by M16 and bangs hard. Download and Support it today.
Young Trajik (@YOUNGTRAJIK) releases “Bout That Life which is the lead single from his EP album, “BANGMODE MUSIC”. The track features fellow Ohio Hip hop artist B.Rich and is produced by Nate C. out of Dayton, Ohio. This track has the edginess and street grit appealing to the clubs while the catchy hook and witty lyrics are sure to have everybody reciting them and bobbing their heads to this bass driven hit! The song was released digitally in 2013.