Reck442 – Big Racks (Prod. RicoElite)

    Hailing from the Bronx, NY by way of Zimbabwe, Reck442 is somewhat of a nomad. Having to assimilate to American culture at a young age, the MC eventually relocated to Dallas, TX and now resides in ATL. Due to the constant moving, Reck picked up on the influences[…]

Limbo – @Q_SUPAJU

    Supa Ju connected with producer Kata on The Track for this new record. Limbo is the first track off of his yet to be released project. Listen to Limbo.  Please follow and like us:

#NewHeat: DareDevil – @LarryKush_ (Prod. CjD)

Larry Kush wants you to know that he is here. The Rich Government artist is here and ready to take over, starting with his newest track <em><strong>Daredevil. </strong></em>The Northside of Atlanta artist plans on making 2018 his biggest. Please follow and like us:

AllHipHop Premiere: DOT. featuring Uncle Murda – You Need It, I Got It

New York native DOT. made a major splash in the past week, releasing the official music video for “Bound 2 See,” which was well-received online and featured on some of the web’s largest Hip Hop platforms. Continuing the momentum, DOT. returns this week with the official music video for “You[…]

#NewHeat: Dope Boy Nikes – @Reck442 (Prod. DJ Plugg)

Dope Boy Nikes is the newest track from rising artist Reck442. The artist linked up producer/DJ DJ Plugg to create an incredible track. Reck’s newest project African Plug is on the way. Please follow and like us:

#NewHeat: Losses – @Ferrari_Skrt

Ferrari B is fresh out after beating a gun charge in NJ. Paying homage to Gucci’s “First Day Out” The Skrt King is ready for a big 2018 with other label mates at Guap Records. Please follow and like us:

Wipe Your Tears – Monsta Kodi

New video for Academia award winning song, “Wipe Your Tears” by artist Monsta Kodi. This song is dedicated to all Breast Cancer victims & survivors, also to the families impacted by cancer. Please follow and like us:

#NewHeat: Strike A Pose – Jasmin Cadavid

Miami artist Jasmin Cadavid is back with a new hit. Being brought up by her mother and step father, which whom played drums in a band, her love for performing and arts began.  Like a lot of other families in Miami though, She was exposed to drugs and violence early as well.[…]