This man Futuristic just shot an entire music video with a go-pro, attached to his damn forehead!! I become more and more of a fan with each move he makes. Don’t take yourself so seriously people, make dope music and have fun!
Releasing a body of work last year in Milwaukee, WI titled Nights & Weekends and gaining local recognition for himself, Jakhaan has polished his sound as he releases the 1st single, Ready To Smoke produced by Big Jerm off of his upcoming project Don’t Take It Personal, set to release September 21st 2015. Be on the lookout for Jakhaan as he is one of the few artists in Milwaukee writing and singing his own hooks and verses.
B.Justice has been carving his name in stone and the impact is evident. With a universal sound and stunning visuals by the amazing Steve White Films he is setting a new standard in Milwaukee music. The smooth voice of Travis Romell makes any woman want to get up and dance but it’s the balance between them that makes this song a banger. The future of Midwest music seems to be in good hands. Check out the latest visual from B Justice only on Rapcine.com!
I’ve been listening to Pizzle for a little over two years now. (Yes, I was very late) While I haven’t immersed myself into his catalog yet, I feel like I learned more about him thru this random, untitled release, than I had ever previously known.
He wasn’t out to wow you with his ridiculous flow, or magnificent word play (while he still did his thing) he opened up. I’ve run this back 5 times already. I am so impressed. He let us in, and he vented. Gave insight to his struggles, and just spit real life music. He’s so talented, but I feel like I’ve finally been introduced.
So many bars stuck out to me, but these really hit home because of my disdain for the Rave and their lack of support for the TONS of local emcees with immense talent in their own back yard.
“Woulda did the Rave if it wasn’t for the Pay to Play/ but they be showin me love when i be outta state, so I’m in MIA rollin the paper planes/”
Richie Wess & Yung Dred are currently on at 20 city promo tour for there upcoming project My Brother and Me which is releasing 6-15-15 on livemixtapes. This is part 1 which covers there recent West Virginia promo run in Charleston and Huntington.
But this time around, playing with a team that actually made it into the post season, Shumpert returned to the studio for his latest track called, “The Offs.” And while his “Knicks Anthem” verses were recorded over Kanye West’s single “Clique,” his newest song is all original. Check out the latest from Iman right here on Rapcine.com!!
It appears as though this twenty year old rapping machine has dropped a powerful sound right into our laps. Seemingly coming out of no where the Harlem artist has quite a repertoire already and is sure to gain respect off the new video. The young talent has quite a wordplay and he showcases just that in his new visual for “Save Me” that is sure to have your eyes gazed from start to end. DMFFilms returns again for the direction as he takes this video to a new level while utilizing some interesting and unique effects throughout the entirety of the movie that is sure to have you glued in. With Don providing a sound and style that has been lacking out of New York for quite some time it is clear that the young artist is going to make some noise in 2015.
King Jabo Releases a new EP today filled with a plethora of trippy and transcending sounds. The East St Louis stoner-rapper tackles relateable topics, from addiction, to females and the grind with his trademark raw honesty. Expect features from the likes of Houston native OG Che$$ and solid production from FWZ Bangers and Rolmex.