Bloodline connection. Check out Big H’s new banger ‘Nike Air Max’, which features President T and Bossman Birdie and sees production from Doe Boy. You can pick up the single here.
Something truly dope to close out your Thursday: Rossi Riko liberates an in-studio-style visual for ‘Trapped’, produced by Ten Billion Dreams. Check it out above and pick up your copy here.
Just before the end of 2016, rising star Reppatwa delivers a new track (and visual for) ‘Until Further Notice’, produced by wntr (who incorporates a sample of Crystal Waters’ ‘Gypsy Woman’). Enjoy that above and look out for plenty more from Reppatwa in the new year.
The clip comes courtesy of Box Motion Films.
Following the release of his new single ‘Snap The Whole Night‘ earlier this year, JMC liberates a dope visual for a remixed version of the track (now titled ‘Snapchat’), which features Scorcher. Join in on the fun above.
Bloodline alum President T is back with a new album at the end of the year. Titled T On The Wing, the new project features 12 tracks and features from P Money, Ghetts, Jme, Frisco, Donae’O, Big H, Bossman Birdie and more. In addition, we’ve also included a dope visual for the title track.
Enjoy T On The Wing below via Apple Music (it’s also available via other outlets). BONUS: President T also joined Bossman Birdie, Capo Lee and Nico Lindsay at Sian’s Studio…that’s been added below as well.
Joe Millionaire is a musician’s musician. There are those of us who listen to one main genre of music. Some go through their whole lives only consuming one style of a particular art. Joe has found a way to cast his creative credits across a myriad of sounds. While he knows how to cook up a trill beat for your favourite southern rapper, his range also has the capability of dropping beats for #1 acts in the South Pacific.
Joe Milli is both trained & self taught, attending Tennessee State University on a music scholarship during his collegiate years. In fact, he comes from a family of musicians, it’s in his blood. When asked about his favourite production software Joe once responded, “Anything that makes a sound.” That’s probably because Joe Millionaire can make any sound. Who else do you know making children’s reality shows and professional wrestling tracks?
This Millionaire range has garnered Joe some overdue accolades. Working with names such as Trinidad James, Iggy Azelia, TI, T-Pain, YFN Lucci, 2 Chains and the list goes on. This fall, a track that he contributed to reached the peak of Billboard’s World Albums category. Milli produced ‘Rhythm After Summer’ from EBX-CBO’s ‘Hey Mama’ album (above). His recent accomplishments of receiving the #1 on Billboards Chart- World Album plaque alone should put him on a short list of producers to call.
Raised in southwest Atlanta, GA, Joe became known as a “one stop shop” for the audio dope. Again and again he continues to show us that he’s not just a southern producer Be it under bars of ballads if you’re looking for that money sound, you should be getting at Joe Millionaire.
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South London’s Bonkaz drops off a fresh remix of Alkaline’s hit record ‘City’. Check it out below…we’ve also included a stream of Bonkaz’ most recent project F*** Fame, available via iTunes.
For his latest, Reppatwa puts his special blend of bars on Maxsta’s ‘Wu-Tang Strapz’ (produced by Maschine Man Tim), which he previously upgraded last year. The new version comes complete with an accompanying visual courtesy of Box Motion Films. Check it out above.
Rebel ACA is definitely an example of the untapped awesomeness on the fringe of British Hip-Hop, and he’s gearing up to release his third album (as-yet-untitled) alongside a man named French Monkey Wrench (which means it’s gotta be dope with that kind of name). First off, he reveals the new track (and unique visual for) ‘John Wayne’ (co-written with David Rogers), which he explained via email below:
It is a song really about all the modern aspects of life, and how divided and lost we are in them, and indeed by them.
I felt given all that has been going on – that it was quite apt for the moment – the 2016 Zeitgeist which seems to be in effect.
Enjoy the clip for ‘John Wayne’ above; hopefully, the album isn’t too far behind.
J2ND has teamed up with producer Spacey Blak to create a four-part experience titled Move. The first instalment of that release is the Afro-Hispanic-inspired ‘Dirty Español’, which is explained via the song’s description:
A fresh contribution containing original grooves of Afro-Hispanic descent! The record is purposely tailored as a tastefully sexual admiration of the female form, manufactured to become a part of a women’s lifestyle, as oppose to an ordinary narrow minded sonic experience made purely for the hype of the moment. In other words, the tune has been designed for women to cook to, drink to, “dress up and feel sexy to” and dance to. The writer expresses episode one as being inspired by the feeling of being seven years old again, in awe of heavy lush Neptunes drums and exotic Hip Hop and R&B videos from the early 2000s, which highlighted sexiness through the glow on specific parts of the female body (such as cheek bones and thighs), as oppose to the amount of clothing being worn.
Listen to ‘Dirty Español’ below and purchase via iTunes.
German/American artist Shamoni WIlliams liberates a new visual for ‘Superwoman’, taken from her ShamGlam EP. Check it out above.