Posts By: Kisha M

Pakman Jitt and DJ Holiday Drop “Freebandz”

Growing up in Central Florida, Pakman Jitt was inspired by the sounds of Plies, Lil Boosie, and Young Jeezy. Dodging the street life became a load and ultimately Pak decided to take his career to the next level. He debuted his first official mixtape in 2012, Brick Boyz Vol. 1, hosted by DJ Rell. DJ Holiday assisted Pakman… Read more »

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Young RJ Grabs BJ the Chicago Kid for “Issues”

Continuing with his well received solo project, ‪Slum Village’s Young RJ prepares fans for his new single, “Issues”.  Young RJ delivers thought provoking lyrics with ‪BJ the Chicago Kid finessing the track with his soulful vocals. The single was produced by Young RJ and Detroit’s emerging producer, DAG. Issues follows up, “Wait”, his popular track with ‪Boldy James and ‪Pete Rock that premiered on Mass Appeal. Previously, Young RJ and ‪BJ the Chicago Kid worked together on “Expressive”, a single off Slum’s album,… Read more »

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Miami’s Alcy Drops “Without the Lean”

Alcy’s collaborated and had singles with Robb Bank$ and Kodak Black.  He’s got videos on YouTube, generating almost 200K views. Now, he’s ready to focus on more new music, with his single “Without the Lean.” Miami has been bubbling with new hot talent and Alcy is one of the names surfacing on the streets. “Without the Lean” was… Read more »

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Elijah Connor Might Be Detroit’s Mill Ticket

With professional training from Aretha Franklin, Hip-Hop and R&B artist Elijah Connor is no stranger to making quality hits. Hailing from Detroit, MI, many are comparing him to Jason Derulo, Jeremih, and Usher. Check out the addictive track, Mill Ticket, that’s sure to bump through out the summer. Beyond this single and being spotted in… Read more »

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MOOD Ent Releases Follow Up “Lately”

Virginia’s MOOD ENT. drops off an undeniable money chasing anthem. Davie Jones is leading the way w/the catchiest of hooks, followed by some sheer displays of rather appealing lyricism from Conscious Kane, Hollywood Rame, and Kirk D. Lately will soon be your top gem to play with your windows down on pay day.

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Jax Brings Us A Visual For “Out Here”

“This video was inspired by things that I do that’s totally “Out Here”. Like eating cows, and drinking their milk, drinking liquor at house parties while smoking “big dope,” being completely honest like Colin Kapernick, being irrational and riding on a flat bed while it’s in transit, getting pushed in shopping carts by homeless cool… Read more »

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Bruce Dillon Grabs Earlly Mac for “I’m On”

Bruce Dillon’s new single “I’m On” is featured on Bruce’s upcoming project City is Mine 3, the 3rd installment to his signature body of work that has garnered him much attention throughout the years. For the single he linked up with Detroit emcee Earlly Mac. Bruce is currently working on music with Chase N Cashe,… Read more »

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Prospectt Gains a Rick Ross Assist on Mixtape “Theory II”

Miami’s own Prospectt drops mixtape, “The Theory 2.”  This is a 7-track tape, with a bonus joint featuring Rick Ross. Other standout collabs includes 1WayFrank and Smash David. The mixtape is a free stream and is something music fans can play without any skips. Take a listen below.   The Theory 2 is a follow up tape to my very first mixtape… Read more »

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Short Moscato Keeps Dropping Content “Steady”

Buffalo’s own, Short Moscato, has been releasing new videos or singles every week. If you haven’t had a chance to review it all, start here with his recent installment of “Steady.” The visual was directed by Pride Nyasha, from Zimbabwe. The video launched with a premiere on Mass Appeal and is beginning to flood twitter… Read more »

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Tampa Bay’s Cheeks Bossman Drops “Fashion Gawd”

As the music industry looks to fill a void where party music is complimented by lyrical content and smooth delivery, Cheeks Bossman emerges as the answer. This Tampa Bay artist has opened for Zoey Dollaz and is starting to make a buzz for himself. Check out his debut single, Fashion Gawd right here first, on AllHipHop.

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