JU$TIN “Where My Homies” Freestyle
Bronx, NY, HipHop artist JU$TIN returns this week to show love by giving us something new to listen to just in time for Valentines Day. This time it’s a dope freestyle over Ill Al Skratch’s classic 90’s song, “Where My Homiez”. He pays homage to the original by serving up a heavy dose of bars & killer wordplay that any true HipHop junkie can appreciate. Released on #ThrowbackThursday, JU$TIN gets nostalgic over one of his all time favorite instrumentals by reflecting on his neighborhood and how it influenced him growing up. $treet ART 2 coming soon, stay tuned!
Mic Audio “Spook” EP
About the Mixtape:
Mic Audio returns with a mixtape hosted by fellow Detroit native and Jay Electronica’s partner in rhyme, Dj Tj The King. After taking a long hiatus, Mic creates a concept around adapting to any environment in hip-hop, thru honest lyricism. Having had his first child in 2015, he started hashtagging #dadrhymes hoping to Inspire other musicians who are fathers to apply that instinct to their craft.
Mr. Lif “Whizdom” feat. Blacastan prod. Edan
After having been away for a few years touring with Thievery Corporation, Mr. Lif is back April 15th with a new solo album featuring Del The Funky Homosapien, The Perceptionists, Blacastan, Erica Dee, and Selina Carrera, as well as production from Edan, Fakts One, and more.
Rapper Big Pooh & Nottz “Grass Ain’t Green” feat. Blu
After Rapper Big Pooh & producer Nottz released their new album, Home Sweet Home, they’ve returned with a brand new track featuring west coast rapper Blu.
Ora Slick x KOD “All I Know” prod. BCB
KOD painfully cries, “You know they say that all a n***a see its all a n***a know, I pray the lord is watchin’ over me, they fuckin with my…” before Ora Slick pitches in the word “Soul” to finish the hook of the newly released “All I Know.” The ominous BCB-produced track follows up KOD and Ora’s last track, “Figure” nicely, as it continues with the theme of “underworld music.” On “All I Know” the two contemplate the grim realities that have surrounded and consumed them. As they try to dig deeper into why they wittingly yet almost unwillingly carry out actions that they know are immoral, they can only come up with one conclusion: it’s all they know.
Scott King “Panda”
Scott King is on the rise. The Brooklyn Emcee who has been known for his witty flow and words is back this week with something New & Fresh adding a verse to a new Record called “Panda” that is heating up fast by a new upcoming artist named Designer..everyone from Dave East, Uncle Murda to Zoey Dollaz has took a stab at the beat..
Now Scott King Shows What he has to offer and proves to the industry that his talent should be recognized.
Rodd.D “Marlboro Forever” prod. Money Montage
Gearing up for the release of his upcoming single “Last Night”, Rodd.D teams up with his good friend Money Montage once again and decides to give his supporters and hometown something to snack on until the single is ready to launch. Rodd.D clearly has an agenda to show the world, South Carolina has an artist that actually spits and has something to say. Neither “Last Night” or his upcoming project “11:59 PM” have a release at this point.
Nico Mills “Robes Interlude” prod. Madlib
DMV Native, Nico Mills releases a dope and inspiring freestyle over Madlibs’ Robes instrumental via his Soundcloud. Check it out and stay tuned for his much anticipated project, “Hardly Home” releasing later this year.