“Tommy Swisher is constantly applying pressure to the industry. Not letting up one bit. Today he release the long awaited video for his song “Aggressive”. It comes from his lates project “Its About Time” which caught a major wave. This video is just what the time of the song is. It shows aggression in a anime style. The best part of the video is the 10 hit combo Tommy Swisher lays on his opponent. Tommy Swisher’s lable Vsnary Kingdom is taking off as well.”
The Boy Illinois “Do It 2” prod. I-Will & Mike Caliberz
From Chicago’s SouthSide The Boy Illinois returns with a new visual from his previously released mixtape “The Yer Tape”. Despite his recent work “Dusable” now available, The Boy Illinois quoted “It’s better late than never”. The “Do It 2” visual shows the quest of two basketball players (Tikey Johnson & Krys Randolph) as they practice their skills to become the best. Symbolically connecting to The Boy Illinois who is also on his quest to become the best in the music industry.
Chordz Cordero (Jamaica Queens, NY) and Sir Manley (Muskegon, MI), bring you back to a time where music was simple: good music, good lyrics, good choruses. What more could you ask for? Tired of the same topics, sounds, and lack of creativity in the industry, they’ve come together to begin a movement of new Soul + Hip-Hop. This movement has been given the title “HighBred” and represents a new quality of soulful, truthful music. “HighBred” album is available today, you can support it here: http://highbred.bandcamp.com/album/the-highbred-lp
Born Daud Abdussabur in 1989 in Newark New Jersey, Mek is arguably one of the most lyrically poetic artist of his generation. Emerging in the wake of legends such as Redman, Nas, Jay-Z, & Beanie Segal, his artistry was established in the era of the early 90s where making a classic record weighed more on the ability to paint a picture with words. He began refining his own unique sound by fusing conceptual vocabulary & lines that build the imagery fresh out of his perspective. Combining emotional subject matter, metaphors, double entendre’s, and a full sense of sincerity, Mek is a true poet in the art of lyric writing for the hip hop genre.
Buddha Lee Raye X Zoo Beeze “iDGAFB” prod. Illa Truth
Queens vandal, Buddha Lee Raye, enlists Bronx native, Zoo Beeze, to remind folks where they stand in their eyes. The illa Truth produced track, iDGAFB, is engulfed with a golden era hip-hop feel, and is accompanied by a barrage of metaphors from both lyrical MC’s.
Chicago lyricist ClarkAirlines delivers a nostalgic new video in the self-directed “MatchPoint”, produced by Bruus and The Columbians. You can find this song on Clark’s recently released #TrillAir EP here
In the game of life we’ve all had a situation where something happened and we had no materials of survival. For Khule and Keyzus, this has been life. Jumanji. Check out the pain of the flow in this Keyzus produced single.