Half-A-Mil, a two man collective of Los Angeles rapper Dom Kennedy &  Fontana producer & rapper Hit-Boy, has just released their new project, Courtesy of half-a-mil. The 14-track project features rappers Jay 305, Larry June, Tyus & B. Carr, with Hit-Boy headlining production, taking elements of past works, HALF-A-MIL & HALF-A-MIL 2, creating a project that deems itself “More motivational than anything!”

To listen to the new project, click here.

 

WillThaRapper just released his new project Gun Control, a 16-track collective of hard hitters featuring D.C & Maryland native rappers Shabazz, Flaco & KevoDaSavage.

Will’s year has been a good one, recently inking a deal with Republic Records and his hit single Pull Up Hop Out reaching 5.4 million Spotify streams in less than a month not to mention the remix containing a feature from none other than the trap god Gucci Mane.

To listen to the new project Gun Control below.

In his latest visual A$AP Ferg is seen with frequent collaborator and close friend A$AP Rocky having what seems to be the time of their life jumping on mattresses and flashing money while wearing rare garments such as the red supreme louis vuitton chino pants plus much more as they rap about past experiences with chicks on the mattress and stashing cash in the mattress check out the visual below.

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Fresh off of the ASAP Mob Cozy Tour, Treez Lowkey has released a new track called Beverly displaying his undeniable talented pitch range. Treez is by far one of the most underrated artist out right now that hasn’t even come close to reaching his peak. All we can do is continue to wait patiently as the Newport News bred artist continues to awe us all but for now check out Beverly. Also below is our exclusive interview with Treez.

 

Bobby Blaze tells his story of coming up over the smooth Readyrock James beat on his latest track Came Up. Mr. Boot-Up expresses how his team has been there for him since day one through his ups and down as he participates indulges in marijuana smoke. Check out Came Up shot by Tre-P & Deddy Mobucks below.

A visual of Insomniac Rarri track Famous/Spaceship surfaced yesterday seeing the Columbus, Ohio native pulling up to a chevron gas station and spitting the melodic rhymes while on top of his smoke grey camaro. Although the video title says “Unofficial” we are still unclear if that means there will possibly be another visual coming soon, a continued version of this one or maybe just this is it. Either way Rarri is definitely an artist to keep an eye on as he is bubbling in the industry right now along with his fellow crew member Insomniac Lamb$ check out their latest track together titled Right Now below also.

Young Crazy has went from “local” star to one of the artist to watch on numerous sites and charts nationwide in such a short period of time. There is no denying Young Crazy’s thoroughness and respect no matter where he is. With social media making it so easy to track artist and their every move these days its amazing that Crazy and his camp kept his latest visual Rocket under wraps until today when it was premiered by notable blog Elevator. The visual sees Crazy and his camp on a porch with what seems to be an armory of numerous firearms as he raps his hard hitting lines rocking his usual ‘Young Crazy’ chain and sporting a new ‘D1’ piece relating to his recent deal with D1 Entertainment based out of the Baltimore/DC area. Check out Rocket below.

Its no secret that DRAM is very much so about his family primarily mentioning his now famous dog “Idnit” and his mother frequently throughout his music. With that being said the free spirited always positive Big Baby DRAM has dropped off a new EP #1HappyHoliday sure to get you in the holiday spirit where his mom makes an appearance under the alias “BigBabyMOM” and DRAM also provides us with a cover of Nat King Cole’s classic “The Christmas Song”. Check the EP out below.

It is no secret that designer Raf Simons is one of the lead designers in todays fashion culture and has been a mainstay for the better part of two decades. Terrence Allen member of Random Object Gallery, a 26 year old from Richmond, Va recently launched an article/site commemorating Raf Simons paying homage to some of the designers most iconic pieces from various collections that Terrence personally owns along with providing the reader with some insight to Raf’s history.

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With comments like,

“It is Fascinating to see older Raf shows. All Raf are different and bring different ideas and concepts”

“I see Raf Simons as a clothing brand that is what it is. But Raf shows in his work the connection between art and fashion”

It is obviously no doubting that Terrence is sharp on his Raf history all photos were shot by Chris Shitty check out the entire write up here.

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