HEYZEUS – ‘Sangria x Sushi’

HEYZEUS gives us another leak off his upcoming self-titled project with ‘Sangria x Sushi’. Check it out.

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Mixtape: Hollywood FLOSS – ‘Gods Forgotten Angel’

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‘Gods Forgotten Angel’ is the latest project from Hollywood FLOSS that serves as a  reminder of the Houston MC’s creativity and fun cruising in your car songs. Produced entirely by Chris Rockaway & Hollywood FLOSS.  

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EP: Havana Seoul – ‘Vigilante’

Havana Seoul releases a 4-track EP in the form of ‘Vigilante’. Check it out.

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Kilz Ft. The Come Up – “Have Some Fun”

Southwest PA native and Moola Gang Ca$h Cow$ producer/rapper Kilz shows his versatility by stepping out from behind the production tables and into the booth with “Have Some Fun,” the first single from his forthcoming debut mixtape, Krak Kilz. The track features Mac Miller’s REMember Music label mates, The Come Up. Enjoy the vibes above.

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Maui Max ft. YL Kushh – “Turn Me Up”

Maui Max and YL Kushh joined forces for their new track “Turn Me Up”. All work, no play these two gains the right for you to take listen. Produced by NOGumMatt, the track certainly has whip appeal. Listen to “Turn Me Up” above.

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Video: Goldyard – “Open Field”

Atlanta’s own Goldyard (In-Doe, A.T., & Flick James) recently released the video to their track “Open Field”; one of the cuts from the trio’s project Fuck Culture EP. The two emcees trade bars on the great spaced-out, dreamy production while roaming through Atlanta. Stay on the look out for the second project to their trilogy Fuck Culture

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Mick Jenkins – “Rain”

It has been over a month since Mick Jenkins dropped his solid project The Water[s], but today he released a track that did not make the cut. Using Missy Elliott’s “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)”, Mick flows over the lax, up-tempo beat. Listen to the Kaytranada-produced sound above.

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Video: Dillon Cooper – “Knuckle Up”

Dillon Cooper is back with the video for his track “Knuckle Up”. The New York rapper shows off his affect flow while rooming the streets. Watch the Ronald Reid and self-directed video above.

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