As another week sets off Indie Knox delivers a gift in the form of Birdie featuring a verse from French Montana.Both NY natives boast about being the best the city has to offer. Indie Knox states she is the “best out of the east since Remy.”Birdie delivers a barrage of aggressive party lines backed by a dark, bass-y heavily laid with bells beat; sure to have you out your seat. This club banger is sure to have all of the ‘birdies” nationwide shaking their tail feathers. Indie Knox follows up the success of Circleswith Birdie leaving us to wonder what she has in store for us next. In the meantime however turn this up!!!!!
Unifeyed Society has the exclusive for the homie Dread Sxott’s new project “The Message” that mixes real life situations, with classic sound bytes, solid production, and legit flow and delivery. Dread is letting it be known he is a force to be reckoned with and will not go the way of the mumbling idiots hoping for fame over providing the masses with content that will last past next week. The cohesive project will definitely be in rotation around these parts for a while, excellent work young man!
Wise beyond his years, fueled by a passion unmatched by those who have tried to extinguish his flame before it became a full blown wild fire, Token has taken the entire world by storm!! From the moment he brought a host to tears on Sway in the Morning with his unique energy, message, passionate delivery, and undeniable skill set, Token has set the world ablaze!
One of his most recent videos “Waist Down” faced extreme criticism before he flipped the world upside down with the hidden verse the following day, and he’s back at it! The kid doesn’t just spit random bars laced with punchlines to feed the last of a dying breed hoping for bars. He can paint a picture, he can take the listener on a journey and he can make you feel the pain thru his way with words.
Happiness is merely the tip of the ice berg for new listeners. We all know people have demons, and sometimes it’s just easier to ignore them, instead of putting ourselves in their place. Imagine having full access to people’s feelings, and not the image they portray. We can all relate, but who is willing to take the time to help those in need?
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Milwaukee emcee and battle rap extraordinaire LL Coogi is back with his new joint “Hoe$ remix”. He linked up with a host of emcees, $hawn Kush, Yung Ruffin & Kunta 10 K while DJ Jerry blessed the track produced by Melrosezee.
PRZ is back with his new single “timelxss” produced by a producer making his Rapcine debut by the name of 6ixty. The dark but extremely melodic tone of the track makes it easy to listen to all the way through back to back. This is definitely freeway cruising music! Excellent work fellas.
Slowlife Tito(f.k.a Tito The Scumbag) returns yet again with another slapper produced by deonte neely titled ”Nonchalant” expressing his obsession with not giving a fuck unless money is involved. This is the 8th song from Tito within a month, showing creativity,hunger, and the confidence ,one may be scared of whats in store from the former scumbag
As International Emcee Ash Law celebrates his birthday, he drops off his newest video and mixtape to us to celebrate!! It is our pleasure to help share the man’s craft with the masses! Check out the album “Reflections” below!
Milwaukee’s B Justice follows up the release of the visual for his single “Fall Back Game” Ft. Jacob Latimore with his anticipated full-length, Rico Love-hosted project, “Immortal” accompanied by a bonus video entitled ”Nobody.” Justice’s thirteen-track project features the boardwork of Bag$, Shank, Derelle Rideout, King Nov and more with features by Bag$ & Ray Rizzy, in addition to Jacob Latimore. “Immortal” is a solid example of the down-to-earth, no nonsense lyricism that the Midwest is famous for and at which B Justice excels.
“Nobody”, today’s visual offering, skillfully blends the sounds and vibes of the two sides of Milwaukee that made the most impact on B Justice’s life and craft. Both were released on Justice’s own Scholar Guy Music label.
“At a time where hiphop has the same melody lyrics over trap beats I wanted to introduce my style & flow to the industry. The video captures the north & east side of Milwaukee where I grew up. Both places had a big impact on my life & me as a artist. This song is just a small glimpse into the awesome project I just release with Rico Love as the host. “Immortal” available on Soundcloud &iambjustice.com .”