The Milwaukee duo doesn’t plan on slowing down and they’ve enlisted a phenomenal singer in Jvocal and excellent director in Mike Alston to give this track the perfect visuals to compliment the concept of “Good Love”. Make sure you follow these young men on twitter while they chase their dreams!
Twitter – @GhettoFAB414 @AlstonBrother
Chox-Mak & DJ YRS Jerzy are proof that when you work
hard great things will happen. They set the bar high for independent
artists everywhere with every single they release. What they do is not
easy especially with out a major label backing. The way they release
music and market their brands you would think they had a major company
behind them. Teaming up with different producers they have yet again
connected with producer Profluent for an old school hip hop feeling
release titled “Fresh”. Everything about this single is about their
brand “90s FLow” it includes scratching in the hook, raw vocals and
more. “Fresh” will definitely take you back to the 1990′s when real
hip hop took place.
Twitter: @Chox_Mak910 @IAMDJYRSJERZY @DJ_Profluent
In the word’s of Marcus:
I havent released any new material since my Rough Gems project dropped in June. I promised I wouldnt step back in the booth until my brother’s @fhlouch project drops, but the other day I was listening to the @JheneAiko album and had to express myself on this one track. So fuck it, for old times sake.. I’mma give y’all a Troy Tuesday and drop a new track flipping her song entitled “Pretty Bird”. Shouts to the genius @producertreadway for the chop up. I appreciate y’all. Enjoy (Link In Bio) #spokenword #poetry #hiphop #love
Our artist’s twitter: @marcusFHtroy
Our website: Foxesnhounds.com
Jodae is rapping as if he feels alienated, trying to reach out to anyone willing to lend an open ear. With a very different visual provided by White Fa$e Jodae is creating his own lane in a very watered down market full of copy cat emcees thirsty for fame.
Follow him on twitter – @jodae7
I’ve known the man by Liym from the Joe Budden TV days and I’m happy to see him linking up with a producer I met the same way. Courteous L spits about real life and the struggles from within over the smooth melody by Sick Siah and is just speaking simply to anyone who’s willing to listen. Be on the look out for more from him via Rapcine and follow them both on twitter as I’m sure this won’t be the last time they team up.
The House Of Renji emcee teams up with the Basement Underlying artist and lyrical specialist DayNAge to bring “Changed”; an uncanny Hip-Hop track full of acrobatic wordplay strung over a hypnotic instrumental produced by Jonathan Clark.
Eutawville, SC was the breeding ground for a young aspiring artist who was the son of a DJ and the witness to an entire movement growing around him in his childhood. He stayed away from the street life and devoted himself to music at a young age and his focus and perseverance have helped him create quite a following!
Make sure you stay in tune with KG and his entire squad as they continue to build their brand and expand their market nation wide!
As William H. & Billa Boss are getting ready for the release of their group album “Pain of a Slave” work is what they continue to do. With plans already in the works for the next video “KILLA” they have delivered the first visual off the “Blood from my Headphones” album. J-Billa dropped a beat that gives them a sound like no other out here.The streets are buzzing and that is not to be taken lightly. Billa Boss is bringing Chicago closer to the heart of Racine giving light in places where the sun doesn’t shine. Check ot the new video “Stay in yo Lane” Produced by J-Billa Da Great right here on Rapcine.com!!!
Rob $avage Is A High School Based Emcee From Wisconsin, With A Golden Age/Boom Bap Sound. $avage Is The Leader Of His Hip Hop Collective “Last Pharaohs Music Group”
Twitter – @R0bsavage
Juice Luciano (formerly known as Youngin) is a rising star to the industry, hailing from Indianapolis,IN. With his crowd moving distinctive wordplay and lyrical analogy, he is on the rise to being the next best thing. There is a message in each of his songs from the come up to having fun. Sicksteen from YesterdaysNothing said “His style is reminiscent of 90s Golden era hip hop and he’s gaining more attention with each release”.His unique sound is created from pulling his inspiration from everyday experiences and situations,then turning his feelings and emotions into stories leaving them on the track.
Twitter - https://twitter.com/JuiceLuciano
ReverbNation - http://www.reverbnation.com/JuiceLuciano
SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/juiceluciano