The iconic legends, N.E.R.D & Kendrick Lamar, have finally come together to deliver an immaculate piece of work. The track entitled Don’t Don’t Do It brings that funk-infused sound that the group is well known for, with an underlying message accompanying. Referring to the recent strings of police brutality on people of color (They tell you pull over/tell you get out the car/Don’t do it! Don’t don’t do it!), the track blends the subject matter, the production and a stellar verse delivered by Kung Fu Kenny in a creative way.

To listen to the new N.E.R.D track, click here.

 

The Suffolk based group BREEZEPARK just released a new track called Locked In. The group known for hit tracks like Reps and Same Shit haven’t released any new content in nearly a year which has had fans eagerly waiting for something new especially since each member has utilized social media to lets fans know a new project is being worked on and will be released soon. With that being said could Locked In produced by Don Kevo be the first single off of the upcoming project ? Only time will tell but for now take a listen below.

With the release of his 2016 project  Konnichiwa, the grime artist Skepta has shown significant drive on his latest work The Vicious EP, a 6-track compilation of the Londoner’s sharp production & lyrical prowess. The track Ghost Ride, featuring A$AP Rocky & A$AP Nast, gives the listener an eerie sound with eerie visuals to match. Directed by Hidji Films, the visuals for the track resemble that of 90s hip hop video, just glitched with different overlaps.

Newport News’ Treez Lowkey dropped a new track last night entitled ‘CREEPN’ via soundcloud. The track features Treez solely and is produced by him as well. As usual the track is hype with a hook like “Damn lowkey these n*ggas sleeping on ya, with the b*tch late night i get to creepn on ya” but definitely still a banger. Check it out for yourself below.

In a day where it seems that every artist is “not signing” or staying “independent” there are some big artist and emerging repping “QC The Label”. Quality Control is a animal that the music game may have never seen before featuring artist like Migos, Lil Yachty and Lil Baby just to name a few. Headed by legendary musical figure Kevin “Coach K” Lee QC has just released their 30 track inaugural label project Control The Streets Volume 1

Metro Boomin is easily the biggest producer in the game right now he has undoubtedly captivated hip hop with his clever uncanny production. Pairing his spectacular beats with a lyricist such as Big Sean obviously makes for a great product. Double Or Nothing is that “great product” that all music fans will enjoying containing features 10 tracks with features from heavyweight artist such as Young Thug, Travis Scott & Swae Lee this project is a must listen. Check it out here.

4 Months ago Fi$h$kale Rabble suddenly hit the music seen again after being released from a prison sentence the first product seen upon his arrival was a 30 sec clip of Fi$h$kale taking a mugshot directed by VASM which we would later find out was the lead up to a 4 track self titled EP. We recently had a chance to sit down with the 26 year old Virginia Beach native and discuss his latest visual Dropping Bows, His biggest musical inspirations, How he came up with his name while in prison and much more. Check out the full length interview below.

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Doug Finesse & Jack TP have just released their 2nd collaborative album, Late Four Class. The album continues the collaborative’s line of work, beginning with their January release of Only Option.

The album provides the listener with a front row seat to Doug’s undergraduate years, relaying memories & struggles onto a 5 tracks with no features. With Dawit N.M  providing the tone with the cover art & Jack TP on production, the project is an invitation for the listener to Doug’s undergraduate life.

Aside from their collaborative piece, Jack TP has also released his first visual for his new single, Fantasy. The video is directed Antny Rome, and provides a sense of nostalgia, with imagery in the video giving a smooth vintage look.

Listen to Doug Finesse’s new project below followed by Jack TP’s new imagery for Fantasy.