Welcome to April y’all! Without much further ado, let’s get cracking right into some dopeness from the underground. If you like what you hear, do not hesitate to show these artists some love and spread their music as much as you can.

Aliano & Jakk Wonders – Let The Story Begin

Aliano & Jakk Wonders are back and this time Aliano details how the duo connected on their latest banger titled “Let The Story Begin” The Pomona vet details coming across Wonders’ beat work and how it led to working alongside the likes of Reks, M-Dot, Ruste Juxx and more while gaining props from Hip-Hop legends DJ Eclipse and DJ Premier on their respective SiriusXM radio shows and more.

Let The Story Begin serves as the first single off the duos upcoming EP “The Originz” which is set for release in late April 2018.


Forever M.C. & It’s Different – Girls Gone Crazy (feat. Snoop Dogg, Kurupt)

Forever M.C teams up with west coast legends Kurupt and Snoop Dogg for a laid-back tune titled “Girls Gone Crazy”. Hit the play button and get familiar.



June Dakid – Dear Mr. President

June Dakid pens a thought-provoking letter to the commander in chief touching on several social issues. The song features production from Kimbo Beatz and Reece lends her vocals for the release.

“Dear Mr. President” is a single off his new Album “Live My 7 Day Theory”.




EB Rebel – Spiritual (Ode to Dallas,TX)


Emcee, producer and lyricist EB Rebel shares the new music video for her single  “Spiritual”. Coming off of her sophomore EP Mama, I’m OK, “Spiritual” is a powerfully uplifting track, paying homage to EB’s Dallas, Texas roots and the city’s freestyle culture.

Eb explains the deeper meaning behind the track: “Spiritual is a spin on the negro spirituals created to persevere through their conditions; a new type of spiritual.”



Tee Noah – Sunday Service


Tee Noah drops the visuals for his thought-provoking record titled “Sunday Service”. The already controversial track now gets reinforced on the screen with an equally charged video that brings the lyrics to life. The video aims to speak on the contradiction we all face living in the modern day society.





Dee Da Kidd – Relax ( Be Easy )

Prince George’s County, MD based producer Dee Da Kid cooks up a solid production titled “Relax (Be Easy)”. A mellow blend of jazz sounds and boombap.   As for the song, it’s the first single off of his debut tape “ Vinyl Days”. It’s basically going through the struggles.


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