[ALBUM] D-Rage – “Deep Fire”

Hawaiian Hip Hop artist D-Rage releases his debut album titled ‘Deep Fire’ available now on all digital platforms. The 10-track project features B.Dvine, STS Blue, Thomas Coppola, Truck Jewels, and Gray Ston3.

D-Rage brings his A-game along with raw emotion and blatantly honest rhymes. He holds no bars when it comes to his past filled with demons, pain, tears, and self-medication. But don’t get it twisted, D-Rage is claiming his life back both as a man and a wordsmith.

The Breakout sets the album off with D-Rage declaring his readiness to rise. Unlike others, he is on another level and not skipping any corners or taking the fake route. In Cross The Line D-Rage’s cut-throat lyrics paint a vivid scene of the consequences and repercussions one might face for crossing him.

The Realest serves as the album’s anthem with a catchy hook sure to resonate. Still on his quest to rise from the ashes, D-Rage’s mental and physical are unstoppable. He vows not to fall for any facades or cookie-cutter bullsh*t. Listeners are sure to get inside the mind of D-Rage in Sacreligious. He shares about the trouble he’s conjured up from childhood to adulthood both in the home and in the streets. Sheesh piggybacks as we learn D-Rage is a natural psycho who needs to be put on chill mode. However, given the current state of the world, it makes sense he’s prepared for war…Vicious Malicious is a track for those who’ve done D-Rage wrong dating back to the third grade. For them, his dark intentions remain afloat.

Eyes on the Prize reflects on D-Rage’s driving force to exchange pills and excuses for a name in the game. This is the start of his shine and the start of him going places. All eyes are on him while his eyes are on the prize. Want What I Want reinforces his direction towards the prize, yet this menace at heart will move his own way with a back seat of alter egos.

In Deep, D-Rage takes listeners to a period where he was lost in negativity with a deleted soul. He depicts a life of being brainwashed, surviving only by his tears. The Warning mops up those minutes of sadness and brings us back to D-Rage in real-time…An artist ready to shake the game and rumble with the best in the game…D-Rage is here to make a name for himself by any means.

‘Deep Fire’ is brimming with gritty bass, striking tones, and cinematic vibes that heighten and intensify D-Rage’s emotion and complexity. Those unfamiliar with the Hawaiian sensation will become well versed after listening to ‘Deep Fire.’

Stream/download ‘Deep Fire’ here on preferred platforms

[VIDEO] Configa & DJ Views – “I Want U 2 Make It” | @configa

Mega-producer Configa and DJ Views release visuals for “I Want U 2 Make It.” The single with KXNG Crooked, Speech (Arrested Development), and Sulpacio Jones on vocals, is taken from the critically acclaimed collaborative album ‘The Year After’ by Configa and DJ Views.  

Shot in South Africa, the video’s narrative brilliantly paints a canvas empowering all walks of life to push through the odds to make it in life. The video also cites the thin line of choosing to steer ahead or veer off one’s chosen path.  Watch “I Want U 2 Make It” and connect with Configa below.

About ‘The Year After’

Configa, national and international producer to the stars and DJ Views have worked closely over the past 6 months on a 12-track album featuring Hip Hop legends including KXNG Crooked, Ras Kass, Planet Asia, Speech (Arrested Development), Chino XL, Craig G, Ruste Juxx, and El Da Sensei just to name a few, in a melting pot of musical genius. The album, recently released and executively produced by Configa for Configaration Records, is already buzzing in major Album Of The Year discussions.

Bandcamp Link to purchase ‘The Year After’ album  

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[VIDEO] Joe Dirrt – “Back on My B.S.” | @joe_dirrt

Seasoned Hip Hop artist Joe Dirrt delivers authentic elements of Boom Bap with his projects “Late Nights & Early Mornings” and “Dirrt Season Vol. 1”. His latest single/video is no exception. “Back on my B.S.” produced by Redwood Productions and featuring Rothstein, declares Dirrt’s stance in Hip Hop. He offers impeccable lyricism over mastered production. This epic dose of earmilk is sure to please Hip Hop heads around the globe.  Watch the video and connect with Joe Dirrt below.

Website: www.joedirrt.com

Email: joedirrt75@gmail.com

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Instagram: @joedirrt82

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[VIDEO] Kid Problem – “Hellcats & Trackhawks” (Lil Durk Freestyle) |@1kidproblem

We Hot Music and Kid Problem present visuals for “Hellcats & Trackhawks” (Lil Durk Freestyle).

Representing Jersey, the video displays Kid Problem in front of street graffiti and his adorned car …no gimmicks or distractions for viewers, just bars. Hip Hop heads will appreciate Kid’s animated style and flow while he declares an unwavering focus on money, nothing else can be entertained. He’s been up and continues not to give a f*ck about haters or sideline rappers. Watch the video and connect with Kid Problem below.

Instagram: @1kidproblem

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[SINGLE] Fly Gitt – “Blues Clues” | @iamflygitt

SkyIV Records and Fly Gitt announce the release of his latest single “Blues Clues” available on all major platforms.

The Florida-based artist delivers a hit single coinciding with his iBANG motto. Over invigorating cadences and striking tones, Fly Gitt drops crafty punchlines letting the world know he’s flexing with street and booth diplomas. Around the way chicks and wack rappers are irrelevant to his glow-up. The track is fresh enough for the clubs, yet authentic enough for the blocks. Stream/download “Blues Clues” on preferred platforms and connect with Fly Gitt below.

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/iamflygitt/

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/iamflygitt 

Twitter – https://twitter.com/iamflygitt

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[VIDEO] Kid Problem – “Yeah Yeah” | @1kidproblem

We Hot Music and Irvington, NJ rapper Kid Problem release visuals for his hit single “Yeah Yeah,”  available now on all major platforms.

The video, by Cane Green Films, captures the raw emotion and intense energy from Kid Problem. The catchy hook, “Who am I to judge somebody always knew I’d be somebody, I be like finger out the window b*tch yeah yeah” and knocking bass drives the track along with Kid’s cut-throat bars.

His moves depict his come up and now focused, Kid Problem has no time for lameness, fake street thugs, or money-hungry dames. Watch the video and connect with Kid Problem below.

Connect with Kid Problem

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[VIDEO] RedRum – “Mark Of Da Beast” | @redrumaod

Infamous Orlando-based Hip Hop group RedRum is stomping through the scene with their new single “Mark of Da Beast” produced by Nickel Plated. They’ve come suited and armed with Queens, BK, and DC roots to deliver a gully, in your face track sure to have folks looking over their shoulders…

Red Eye (Queens), Racks (BK), and Gamma (DC) emerge from darkness and vicious jungles to stamp the mark of da beast both in the industry and streets. with gritty bars and menacing wordplay, the trio inflicts inescapable turmoil. “6 million stories in the street n*gga don’t hustle don’t eat, I swam with the sharks and danced with the freaks, got coke from Cubans smoked with Chiefs, repeat…24/7 grind my kind don’t sleep.”

The profoundly intense production, hardcore from beginning to end, intensifies the raw emotion from RedRum. Watch “Mark Of Da Beast” and stream/download the single here on preferred platforms.

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Senior Gee Delivers “Juss Listen” Video

Senior Gee, NY-based artist and nephew of Chubb Rock, releases visuals for his latest single titled “Juss Listen.”

Gee shows off his lyrical talent while his Queens legacy proceeds him. Juss Listen and take heed to his message…He’s an educated MC, producer, and engineer who leaves freshmen rappers gritting their teeth when he rolls through. Gee’s metaphoric punchlines are incomparable in delivery and flow effortlessly over invigorating tones and clapping drums. Watch “Juss Listen” and connect with Senior Gee on Instagram @gspsenior2.

DJ Kawon Presents ‘We Move Different’ Vol 3

DJ Kawon, CEO of Kawon J Media and The Mixtape Show returns with Volume III of the series ‘We Move Different.’ The 13-track project features new music from legendary Father MC along with exclusive tracks from top-notch emcees throughout the globe. Stream/download ‘We Move Different Vol III’ below.

We Move Different Vol. III by DJ Kawon Presents: Listen on Audiomack

J.Waiters Ft. John Jigg$ “Walk a Mile” Video

R&B sensation J. Waiters and Hip Hop heavyweight John Jigg$ unite for a chilling, air gasping video. “Walk a Mile” is produced by Poetic Killa with video production by Footprint the Movement.

While wearing a t-shirt that reads “get your knee off our necks”, J. Waiters sets a gripping scene with raw emotion. The intro speaks volumes of truth that pushes the underlying issue of not knowing what it is to be a black man in America.

The duo describes their personal everyday struggles as well as societal struggles. From racism and injustices to violence and murder, from lack of support and children to educate, J. Waiters and John Jigg$ unleash a compelling blend of vocals and lyricism hopeful to ignite a revolutionary spark. How can you overcome life’s distressing genocides while living black? Watch “Walk a Mile” and connect with J. Waiters below.

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