Welcome to the month of May! For our first week, we gathered some solid joints for your listening pleasure. Check them out below.
El’Naturale – 222
“222” is ElNaturale’s lead single off his upcoming project entitled, “VantaBlack.” The track is a laid-back, somber type track that showcases the rapper’s booming vocal style and poetic lyrics.
Jaeo Draftpick – Gimme My Cash.
Jaeo Draftpick comes through with a boombap banger titled “Gimme my cash”. The record is an ode to the hustle with an infectious hook cloaked by hard hitting verses that see Jaeo laying it all on the line. The Long Island emcee is currently preparing for the release of his new EP, “Live from the Island”, (coming this summer)
In the past Jaeo Draftpick has shared the stage with heavyweights such as Kirko Bangs, Jae Mills, French Montana, Jim Jones, Mims, T Pain, Lloyd Banks, Jadakiss & More.
nobigdyl. – twenty eighteen..
Nashville hip-hop artist nobigdyl drops his latest record “twenty eighteen.” and its accompanying video. The 1995 (fka Anthony Cruz) produced record shows the young emcee delivering his spirited style of hiphop merged with personal insights to match. “twenty eighteen.” marks the second single released as part of nobigdyl.’s new deal with Capitol CMG in Nashville. The video features nobigdyl. donning a pair of Beats, which, the song reveals, can be key in tuning out unwanted noise, especially from voices with ulterior motives.
Produced in partnership with Beats Headphones, the music video for “twenty eighteen.” is available today exclusively on Apple Music .
Will EsCargo – Family Guy
Up and coming Boston based rapper/producer
TeawhYB – Shut Down
Green Bay, WI. based Alternative Hip-Hop artist Tyler Baumgart comes through with a new record titled “Shut Down”. This serves as one of his newest single after he took a hiatus from his music career while coming to terms with his personal identity. He has since redirected his auditory creativity in a kind of metamorphosis, so to speak.”From a caterpillar to a butterfly,” says TeawhYB, “it’s like that break I took was my cocoon, it allowed me to grow, mature and evolve to the point where there’s no way my music could be the same…because I wasn’t.”TeawhYB has performed with the likes of Young Jeezy and Do or Die. Now ready to move towards the national stage, TeawhYB has begun releasing a new brand of music cleverly intertwining intimate ideas of relationship culture, mental health and personal identity with a palatable mainstream sound
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