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Alright, alright, alright — no Kev Hart, though.
Phero connects with Maceo of The O’My’s for this brand new joint, which serves as a single for his upcoming project. On “Alright,” Phero speaks his mind about some of life’s troubles and it’s definitely worth lending your ears to. Press play below and listen up.
Produced by C-Sick.
E. Nos gave us “Ride 4 Me” early month and now he returns with the track’s accompanying visual aid. You know it’s loyalty over royalties — word to Gucci. If you slept on the mp3, you can grab it here.
E. Nos’ new project is set to impact early 2015, so stay tuned for more from the rising emcee.
Workin’ that woodgrain wheel.
Hit Skrewface enlists the help of his ESGN brethren Gangsta Gibbs, G-Wiz and G.I. Fleezy for “Grippin’ Grain,” the newest single from Hit’s new Hitsville USA Vol. 3 project.
Give “Grippin’ Grain” a listen below and check out Hitsville USA Vol. 3 on iTunes.
Directed by Dontell Antonio. Produced by Ric & Thadeus.
Everything isn’t for everybody and in case you didn’t know that, Taylor J’s here to inform you with his latest video. Look for this record to appear on Taylor’s Central Ave EP, due out in January. Preach on, Taylor.
Detroit’s own Chavis Chandler recently stopped by Hot 97 to chop it up with Peter Rosenberg about a few things including where he fits in the Detroit music scene, Eminem, his favorite artists from home and more.
Chavis’ new project, Call Of The Wild, is due out next year. I suggest you keep your eyes and ears open for that.
Produced by Mike Jaxx.
Another Wednesday, another new joint from the duo known as #100Trill.
For this week’s drop, Mike Jaxx and Grade Aplus get serious over a flip of Chrono Trigger. Want to know what keeps Mike and Grade going? Well, press play below and listen up.
Shot and chopped by Chosen One Productions.
Fake, fugazi, fufu — whatever term you prefer, Mister Montana isn’t into the people around him being it. I’m not into that either, but I am into Mister’s ode to those that are the opposite of the 100 emoji.
Peep Mister’s clip for “Fake” above.
Directed by Slick Jackson. Produced by Nascent.
One of my favorite songs finally gets the visual treatment. Asaad and Louie’s “Block Boy” is one of the standout tracks from Asaad’s Flowers II LP (which I hope you didn’t sleep on) and one of my favorite guest spots from Lou this year. Glad to see this joint got a video.
Press play and take a trip to Philly with Asaad and King Louie in the clip above.