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[Single]- “Low Mileage” Mack C Ft Young Hoody @IamMackc @YoungHoody

MACK C AND YOUNG HOODY LABEL MATES LINK UP ON A CLUB BANGA STYLE TRACK PRODUCED BY A UPCOMER BEAT MAKER DYMON BEATS. WITH A SOUTHERN STRIP CLUB FEEL, THE SONG IS VERSATILE, AND CAN BE PLAYED ON ANY COAST, FROM FLORIDA TO CALI, NEW YORK TO TEXAS, KENTUCKY TO ALABAMA. WE STRONGLY NEED DJs, RADIO STATIONS, SUPPORTERS, FANS, PROMOTERS, A&Rs, TO PUSH THIS SONG, ALSO CLICK THE YOUTUBE LINK AND SHARE ON SOCIAL MEDIA, JANUARY 2017 TRAPMUSIKENT.COM WILL BE UP AND RUNNING WITH ALL THE LINKS TO OUR MUSIC NEW AND OLD. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT. LETS TAKE THIS SONG TO THE TOP!!!

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Johnny Franchino – Ego Trip (Prod. Hayes Blair)

Ego trip was produced by Hayes Blair, engineered by KC Beatz, and contributed with piano by Curtis Crump. The sounds of this song are a combination of 8-Bit, House, EDM, and Pop. This song is a celebration of life and light! Enjoy Johnny Franchino’s new single Ego Trip, now available on every Johnny Franchino music media website! Take a trip!!!!
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Twitter – @JohnnyFranchino

Ron Beatty – Mind Control (Official Music Video)


On the heels of the continued success from his latest single Please Don’t Leave (https://youtu.be/1R7LPdUbuME), North Carolina’s own Ron Beatty returns with a lively & jazzy, upbeat single called Mind Control. The track is sonically blessed by the sounds of Raleigh-based producer V.S.O.P., accompanied by saxophonist Juran Ratchford, along with songstress Nneka O lending her vocal support as juxtaposition to a musical battle of the sexes. With a vision that transcends rap cliches and passing fades, Ron Beatty is here to stay and is shaping a definitive sound that cannot be boxed in by genre or region. Listen up!
Mind Control is available on all music platforms (Spotify, Apple, Tidal, Amazon, Google Play, etc.)

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Dev T. Smith – DAYLIGHT (single)


Dev T. Smith is a rapper, writer, and filmmaker from Fayetteville,NC. As a writer and producer, he has conceptualized and created content for web and television for REVOLT TV amassing over 20,000 views. His latest independent film, entitled CreativeNC was also recently debuted at the Smithsonian affiliated North Carolina Museum of History. He’s always been gifted on the microphone but chose to pursue film first. Now that he has established a solid body of work as a director and producer, he’s ready to share his music with the world. “Daylight” is his introduction, a motivational record to get listeners through points of struggle in life.

 

Social Media Links: Twitter: @devtsmith_ | Instagram: @devtsmith_

Noetic “Back There” [Prod. By Steelix]


Ohio recording artist, Noetic blends the line of lyrical hip hop with danceable rhythms in his new track “Back There.” The funk-infused song will make you want to get up and move or at least nod your head. Blurring the lines between poetry and fun can be difficult but that’s where Noetic shines. Excited to see what is next from this young artist.

Husser – “Can’t Blame ‘Em” (single)



(Toronto, ON): Husser aka The Black Steve Jobs releases his first single from his forthcoming debut album Geto Rock For The Youth on Cult Nation. Known for his lyrics and fiery stage presence alongside indie rap darlings The Posterz, Husser’s early solo outings have proven to be extremely successful. His collaboration with label-mate Charlotte Cardin, “Like it Doesn’t Hurt”, has been streamed over 3 million times on Spotify, and the accompanying video (in which Husser co-stars) has already amassed over one million views. Furthermore, his guest spot on Black Tiger Sex Machine’s “Crazies” has also been met with fanfare on SoundCloud where it has racked up over 300k plays. His first solo single and video “Can’t Blame ‘Em” flips the typical Apple new product launch on its head, as only a dreadlocked Black Steve Jobs from the ‘hood could.

Twitter: @nate_husser

MIDWEST MONSTERS MIXTAPE (HOSTED BY @MARATHON_P)

When the city’s most established videographer decides to reach out to every artist he’s worked with recently to drop a project, it’s time for the masses to pay attention!! PJ Lockridge put his official stamp on his first project of 2017 “Midwest Monsters”.

While the names may be familiar to a lot of the fans from the 262 area, it’s important for us to help spread the word and help them get heard around the nation!! Here’s to hoping there are some visuals to follow!!

Check it out and let us know what you think!

Twitter – @MARATHON_P