It’s no question that since the emergence of the new Virginian music scene two mainstays have been Young Crazy and Era Hardaway. The two linked up for a production/artist collaborative project that released today at midnight This Is A Crazy Era. As we all know the collaborative project is a very popular thing amongst the music industry right now especially when both artist have a strong following, However most of the time it is hard to make the project make “sense” to the listener but that is far from the case on This Is A Crazy Era. With 6 tracks all produced by Era Hardaway, Young Crazy rips each track to shreds even incorporating a song that contains more of a west coast upbeat bounce to it which is something we have yet to hear from the legendary Norfolk artist. The project is full of punch lines or as Young Crazy coined “instagram picture captions” that are here just in time for your weekend. Take a listen to This Is A Crazy Era here now.

Chance The Rapper suddenly dropped off four new songs last night, I Might Need Security, Wala Came (Ft. Supa BWE, Work Out and 65 & Ingleside. With all the tracks Chance seems to try and take a different artist approach on each one mixing different vocals and sounds. Check out each of the tracks here now.

Most would say IIIDAZE has been one of the most slept on groups in Virginia over the past year. They seemed to catch everyones attention after they released their single Nightshift which garnered 24K plays and since they have been on everyones radar. Today they released their first album Stars Never Die which puts the groups diverse sound and creative approach to music on full display. Although the project is only 7 tracks lasting for 19minutes it doesn’t lack in quality or depth by any means engaging the listener fully throughout. The group opted for only one feature on the project from Daniel Hex on the soulful track Stellar. Take a listen to Stars Never Die below now.

Today Link Up TV posted a Drake Freestyle from their notable Behind The Barz series. The OVO artist flows for nearly 3 minutes with hard hitting lines taking aim at whats thought to be G.O.O.D Music rapping “Yo drop was a drop but that shit was a bust, They got no direction they following us” and “They wanna link when they have no tunes, They to worried about selling out shoes”. Take a listen and gather your own thoughts below now.

The Atlanta bred mega-star Future has released Beast Mode 2. After taking to twitter last night tweeting “Should I give my fans a mixtape until my album complete” , Future Hendrix kept true on his promise dropping a 9 track project with only one feature from fellow Atlanta native and frequent collaborator Young Scooter. After the tweet we have high anticipation that we will see Future 7th studio album by the end of 2018 however until then, Check the new project out here now.

Pyro Methane has returned with a new visual Russian Creme directed by VASM. We haven’t heard from Pyro since the 6 track Kick EP he released back in April, However this visual reminds us why an artist like Pyro is necessary during this age of rap where most artist follow the similar trends and styles, Pyro sticks to who he is at the core. Check out Russian Creme below.


<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/262400029″>RUSSIAN CREME – PYRO METHANE</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/vasm”>VASMXX</a&gt; on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

There is no denying that the Atlanta native Yung Bans has been on a hot streak since bursting onto the rap scene. Today he continued that streak releasing Vol.5 of his self titled mixtape series. The project cover art features himself with a lightning bolt painted on his face, A nod to David Bowie’s classic Aladdin Sane. Featuring artist such as YBN Nahmir, Juice WRLD and Landon Cube, This 9 track project is one that will create waves forsure check it out here now.