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Bunty Beats & Chox Mak – Problem (Prod. @BuntyBeats)

Following up his most recent release “Soul” Chox hopped right back in the booth and knocked out another instant boom bap classic. Teaming up once again with Bunty Beats(UK) , who is credited with a solid list of Chox-Mak tracks(“Dictate The Mic”,”Soul”,”Life After Def”) to name a few each one just as sick as the next. There is definitely a lot more heat to come from these two in the near future. Keep your ears up.

Artist: Chox-Mak(Chose-Mack)
Twitter/IG: @Chox_Mak910
Producer: Bunty Beats
Twitter/IG: @BuntyBeats

Kris J – Live From The Westside (single)

Kris J is a 25-year-old Columbus, Georgia native, but has called Atlanta home for the past two years. His love for hip hop started at 13 years old as he began learning about bars and schemes. After graduating from Bethune-Cookman University in 2013, where he was also a track star for the university, his made the move to Atlanta.
Kris J recently dropped his first single titled Dope Lady off of his upcoming project The ART Project with production from 808 Mafia ,Natural Disaster and Avery McRae to name a few. Dope Ladyjust reached over 10K plays on SoundCloud.


Yoshi Genesis – Thrill-Her (Prod. by Jae The Giant & Yoshi)

With his project Picture Perfect dropping in December, Yoshi has dropped off the latest single for the project “Thrill-Her” co produced by himself and Jae the Giant. With clear MJ inspiration involved in the making of the song all the way thru the artwork, it’s clear the sound of Genesis’ project is guaranteed to be a breath of fresh air!

Twitter: @whoisyoshi
Instagram: yoshigenesis

Zaid feat Sy Air Da Kid – Been Had (Prod. @SunnyTheRapper)

With production from producer Sunny, Zaid and Sy Ari Da Kid float effortlessly over the hard hitting beat and deliver a catchy hook that’s sure to be stuck in your head. Be on the look out for more from Zaid as the half Indian lyricist who is consistently dropping heat leading up to his highly anticipated debut mixtape.

Twitter accounts
@OkayItsZaid @SyAriDaKid @SunnyTheRapper

MJ Feat Lil Herb aka G Herbo – Hear My Prayers (single)

As he gears up to release his full length LP “ChicagoParis,” MJ looks to up the ante by letting go of a cut from the project with “Hear My Prayers.” The track features a guest appearance by Chicago rising star G-Herbo f/k/a Lil Herb, which serves as his first musical release since his “Ballin Like I’m Kobe” mixtape. On the song, the pair lament about their trials and tribulations while expressing resiliency.

Twitter: @mjgrizz @gherbo

D Whip – Oceans (single)

After a few months of silence, D-Whip released some mood-music from his archives. “Oceans” is the first drop since his appearance in this summers music-video-cypher “Words With Friends”.

The feeling given off from this track is a little darker and more feeling-inspired than most other tracks he has been apart of. It may be a slightly new style to some – but it’s the same D-Whip fans have come to respect and support.

He is currently a part of a collaborative mixtape that is completely finished. “Certified” is due to drop late 4th quarter of this year or early 1st quarter of 2016. Also, in the works is an EP to be released as a solo-artist titled “To Focused To Pay Attention”.

When can we expect a single from the dapper-rapper? Only time will tell. But, in the meantime vibe out to the latest — “Oceans”


Ferro Haze – Zombie Love (single)

Born in Milwaukee; raised by his Grandparents in Tennessee, at the tender age of eight Ferro’ got his first chance to sing although unwillingly at his Grandmother’s church. Music surrounding him, whether it was the piano in the living room or his Father playing the trumpet there was no initial interest; acting he was certain was his calling; and all with his Grandma’s blessing.

Fast forward and insert the Hip Hop bug. The lyrics of Nas and Mos Def resonated with Ferro’ so much that he tried a hand at, nailed it and had the wonderful opportunity to open for legendries Pete Rock and Mr. Cheeks.

The acting was soon to follow. As at twenty Ferro’ traveled with The Milwaukee Repertory Theater getting paid gigs; reeling in his initial passion.

In 2006 “playing around” with songs from R&B crooners Tank and Jamie Foxx, a relative encouraged him to take singing seriously. That’s when Ferro’ reached inside and pulled out every bit of euphoric, rhythmic even melodic R&B feeling into song ever. He’s had a chance to travel with a variety of bands, writes his own music and seriously commands the stage. He took a break in 2012 when mismanagement destroyed the potential of a relationship with Warner Brothers.

Hungrier than ever, now that the energy is overwhelmingly magnetic, Ferro’ reenters the game’ a triple threat adding comedy to his resume.

Already putting a buzz in the ears of many, he’s just getting re-started. So be on the lookout and hold onto your hats!! Ferro’ is here to stay this time; with a musical vengeance.”

Twitter: @f3rr0
IG: @ferrohaze