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.
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.
Florida Artist, Kang Neileo releases his Springtime Anthem “Jazzy”
Born and raised in Pinellas County Florida, Cornelius Williams a.k.a King Neileo has been writing and recording music since the age of 16. The Clearwater native born on August 20th, 1987 is the 2nd born to Terri Fox and Charles Williams. Although his parents were divorced at the age of 5, his stepfather, Derrick Floyd helped raised him and his siblings. At the age of 10, Kang grew up in the housing neighborhoods of Clearwater until his family moved to Tarpon Springs Fl.
As a troubled youth, Kang Neileo was kicked out of the house at the age of 15 where he had to sell drugs or rob to find a place to sleep that night. During all of this, that’s where he discovered the talent of writing music and expressing himself through that. Shortly after, he was in a rap duo called “UBC” which stands for “Unborn Child.” His rap partner who names go by Zoe almost signed a development deal with Slip n Slide Records but due to Zoe’s incarceration, the deal was never done.
After the death of Neileos’s stepfather in 2007, he took a backseat to music to focus on life until recent years. Trying to take care of his mother and younger sister while his older brother was incarcerated for the next 4 years. He went back to the streets to make ends meet when one day he realized that his mind was bigger than his situation so he begins to live like a productive member of society. He recently started to take his music seriously as he realizes that his music needs to be heard by the world and can make bank off of it too. His biggest musical influences are 2pac, Michael Jackson, Camoflauge, Trick Daddy, and Lil Wayne. His style is cut from a different cloth where he had to reinvent himself to a more harmonic and melodic recording artist. There is more to come with Kang Neileo as he is currently signed under Blanch Boi Entertainment and United Music Mafia. Be on the lookout as he takes the industry by storm in a lowkey fashion.
East Coast Artist Shaloc Renaissance teams up with J.D. and J Basement for the visual “Gritty City”
Shaloc Renaissance hails from Pittsburgh, PA. He has been creating music for over 20 years as a “positive outlet.” He was introduced to Bob Marley’s music when he was in high school and grew up in the “Golden Era” of Hip- Hop. He writes lyrics about his life experiences in the inner city and expresses his musical talents throughout the city. Upon graduating from high school, Shaloc Renaissance attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh where he gained experience about recording equipment, digital synthesizers, drum machines, samplers, and live instruments in their audio and music program.
At the age of 19, Shaloc Renaissance lost his brother to gang violence. This is when he found refuge in music and began to see just how much of a role it played in his life. Music became the therapy that would help him heal from his brother’s traumatic passing and the PTSD associated with it. Because of the positivity and creativity being birthed from exploring music – giving up wasn’t an option for Shaloc Renaissance.
Shaloc Renaissance further honed his musical skills by performing in popular Pittsburgh venues such as; Frankie’s, Rosebud, Mellon Park, Dowe’s on 9th Street, Shadow Lounge, and other various locations. He also performed with several artists and producers representing Pittsburgh, Ohio, Atlanta, Florida; just to name a few.
“I CREATE ANTHEM MUSIK THAT PEOPLE CAN FEEL, EMBRACE, GET INSPIRED, AND MOTIVATE THEMSELVES!”~ Shaloc Renaissance
From 2003-2010, SHALOC formed POWA- HOUSE Unlimited Entertainment- producing some of the city’s hottest mixtape releases, as well as creating and promoting some of the city’s livest local shows! Recently, reinventing himself as a musical artist, his evolved identity is “Shaloc Renaissance”, which simply translates ” I AM THE EMBODIMENT OF REVIVING THE ART, REBIRTH & RENEWAL. He created an innovative, musical, and cultural brand called ” Renaissance Authentic Music ( R.A.M.).” The production company produces high-quality visual and lyrical content, and eye-catching fashion to engage and inspire its fan base.
Additionally, Shaloc Renaissance dedicates his time to his inner-city youth mentorship program. Birthed from his own experiences, this initiative was created for the inner city youth as a positive outlet. Shaloc knows, all too well, the negative influences that children can be exposed to in neighborhoods like the one he grew up in. What’s next for Shaloc? He’s busy working on his album titled “The Dawning,” with hopes to release sometime in August. Be sure to connect with Shaloc Renaissance on all social media outlets and digital music platforms.
United Music Mafia Artist, Nulli Null pays Homage to his friend Luis Tovar in his latest contribution “Eddie Guerero”
Nulli Null started his musical journey in Saint Petersburg, Florida – one of the most violent cities in Florida-while visiting his family in the summer. As a teenager, he started using music as an escape from the harsh realities and eventually found a way of raw expression in songwriting and rapping. Music helped Nulli cope with stress during the difficult times in his life and now he wants to use it as a medium to help others going through mental health issues.
Nulli Null’s “Eddie Guerrero” is influenced by the death of one of his closest friends Luis Tovar. The loyalty of his vatos always respected how they move and value our friendships so to speak. Nulli dedicates the track to him, in the hook, he raps “R.I.P Luey, we were more than migos that’s bro like Chavo!” As in Chavo Guerrero, the brother to the late Eddie Guerrero Sr. “We were more than friends-we used to joke and call him the Latino version of me,” says Nulli. The Florida native wanted to pay homage to Luey and Eddie Guerrero while showing his Latino friends that he appreciated their loyalty and respects how they value their genuine friendship.
“Me and Luey had big plans with this music before he passed away” ~ Nulli Null
Nulli Null’s debut album “Youngin Blues of Betrayal” talks about the opposite of loyalty. On Eddie Guerrero, He displays his “Splangish” flow while comparing his life to Luey’s. He pinpoints the respect that he has for loyal friends and calls out old friends that weren’t as solid. Witty street metaphors can be heard in “Eddie Guerro” referencing the youngins in Saint Pete and how they stay strapped up while road running in them “stolos” (stolen vehicle).
Nulli Null’s “Youngin Blues of Betrayal” is inspired by his personal life. It depicts the true story of a young man learning to confront his trauma-induced insecurities about friends and family while focusing on his desire to grow spiritually. The track “Pourin Liq” was inspired and created after his cousin passed away last year,
With back-to-back hit projects, Nulli Null is rapidly paving his way through the Hip-Hop music scene. Despite being a new artist, Nulli isn’t afraid to take a risk and explore musical themes that other artists think twice before choosing. His smooth vocal delivery and unapologetic expression of emotions into the lyrics make a combination that one can hardly ignore.
Be sure to connect with Nulli Null on social media and digital music platforms.
Midwest Artist, DmtDream invite fans to explore his debut psychedelic project “My Conscience”
DmtDream is a 22-year-old upcoming artist from Flint, Michigan. As a young individual coming up in the world, DMT was a highly skilled and sought-after soccer player positioning as a goalkeeper. While in high school, he becomes sad about life. The mental health issue progresses to depression and affects his overall high school experience. In his senior year, he decides to go online for the remainder of his credits and receives his high school diploma. After his accomplishment, DmtDream experiences cannabis which helps him cope with some of his life challenges.
DmtDream’s music journey started around a year ago. During this time, his friends introduce music as a way to escape. He pays tribute to his partner in crime, Jonathan McKay. The two individuals found they have many things in common as far as overall goals and achievements. This is one of many reasons they continue to work together musically. At that time, he begins his journey in psychedelics.
“Psychedelics has a huge influence on my life and contributes to an overall perception of life”~ DmtDream
Most of DmtDream’s music is recorded at Parallel Studios located in Southfield Michigan and engineered by @tylertazmusic. His music is influenced by artists such as Travis Scott, Rio Da Yung OG, Louie Ray, and YN Jay. Travis Scott’s musical style inspires DmtDream’s music-making, and Rio Da Yung OG, Louie Ray, and YN Jay inspire him to create music as they paved the way for other artists from Michigan. His style of music can be described as “Conscious R&B.”
DmtDream’s very colorful signatures are noticed on his forehead. The “DMT” and “LSD” tattoos represent his music. “LSD taught me a different level of love and appreciation of my surroundings,” says Dmt. His debut project ”My Conscience E.P.” is available on all digital music platforms and the most highly-streamed track is titled “Every Color.” Be sure to connect with DmtDream on all social media and digital music platforms.
EAST COAST RAPPER MOPHEAD TBC TEAMS UP WITH DONNIE CHECK ON HIS VISUAL FOR THE SINGLE “SHOTTA”
As for Mophead TBC’s story, It started in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn at a tiny dim-lit bar. There was a janky stage that was definitely not up to code. Too young to be at the bar hustler, Mophead TBC took the stage. He delivered a performance that many will not forget, only fifteen at the time, and had stage presence like no other. Since then, Mophead dropped “No Felony” and plenty of others that secured his freshman spot in the Brooklyn Drill rap scene with predecessors like Sleepy Hollow, Fivio Foreign, and Pop Smoke.
While Mophead has a sound in drill music, he also has a variety of sonically pleasing sounds with melodic tracks like “Artist” and “On Me.” Now the seventeen-year-old Mophead TBC has developed into a goal-oriented, talentedly gifted, artist. He got his drive from being that young performer in that terribly lit bar, affirming his passion for music and putting in the time now for a greater stage later.
Every weekend, Mophead TBC grabs his friends and heads to their neighborhood studio in Cooper Park. He may not be the loudest in the room but his presence is always known, but one thing Mophead is big on is gratitude as is visible from the team built around him. As Mophead plugs away hours in the studio not leaving the booth for hours on end, but always willing to welcome feedback, ‘Geeky’ shows the very much deserved reward for hard work and consistency. It’s important to celebrate your wins so that you can maintain the energy to keep going. A party with friends is the perfect video frame to capture authentic fun and goal achievement. Be sure to connect with Mophead MBC on social media and digital music platforms.
Midwest Artist Deryk Evons delivers his latest single “Troubles”
Born in La Grange, IL, Deryk Evons is an artist with a unique perspective on his sound and vision. From punchy trap-inspired beats to melodic samples and incredibly catchy hooks, he repeatedly brings the essence of what’s new in music. At the age of 10, he took an interest in music. During his childhood, he grew up with hand-me-down IPods and would listen to music bands like “My Chemical Romance” and “Fall Out Boy.”
At the age of 15, Deryk Evons didn’t get into rap music until he heard varieties of the genre that included artists like Eminem and 50 Cent. At that time, Eminem was the biggest influence in rap when he begins to rap music. Eminem’s wordplay and delivery inspires the young rapper and helps him hone his artistry. Currently, Deryk listens to artists like Saint Jhn and Clever who have taught him how to be more melodic and honest within his music. When Saint Jhn dropped his project titled “Ghetto Lenny’s Love Songs“, Deryk Evons’ entire outlook on music changed.
“I plan to take over the music industry. I want to be able to change people’s lives with my music.”~ Deryk Evons
Deryk Evons feels if he can inspire someone to push forward and/or make it through a rough time with his music, he accomplished exactly what music did for him. His goals include making it to the top and staying there for as long as he possibly can. Be sure to connect with Deryk Evons on social media and digital music platforms like Spotify.
East Coast Hip-Hop Artist Leron Lamar drops his latest project “Amazon”
Leron Lamar is an emerging hip-hop artist and producer from Asbury Park, New Jersey. Formerly known as Top Prospekt, Leron Lamar is set to make waves in the music industry with his unparalleled sound and style. Inspired by his life experiences, Leron Lamar radiates an energy-filled aura through his music. From losing his job to be homeless, amongst other things like hardships, envy, broken relationships, and love, Leron has a story to tell through his sound.
Moreover, he seeks to push the envelope and bridge various elements from different genres to make a well-rounded, dynamic style that is truly his own and will inspire people around the world. The talented musician is fueled by his passion for music, and his desire to create a unique sound that will make an impact on people. Leron Lamar is an artist to keep an eye on and ear out for. He is set to cement himself in the music industry for years to come. Be sure to connect with Leron on all social media and digital music platforms.
Fly Reef Entertainment Artist Flyreef’s “No Top” visual highlights his Hometown
Flyreef is a Muslim rapper originally from Brooklyn, NY. Having developed his passion for music and fashion as a child, Flyreef has found a distinct voice in the Yes. Flyreef was born and raised in Brownsville, Brooklyn, NY. His mother brought him up in a Muslim tradition. Despite the challenges of a single-parent home, Flyreef’s mother tried her best to keep him updated with the latest fashion trends. These early life experiences would set the course for his life. More importantly, his close relationship with his mother would serve as his most significant source of inspiration and strength.
At the age of 10, Flyreef began rapping and exploring his musicality. Because of his interests, Flyreef’s tastes gravitated towards hip-hop icons. His influences include Jay-Z, fabulous, DMX, and Biggie. The impact of his upbringing would continue to manifest through the years.
As Flyreef grew older, he kept the eye for fashion that his mother had given him. The artist’s choice of a stage name is another expression of his ongoing exploration of his culture and religion. At first, he pushed the name Shareef to embrace his religion more. This later developed into his current name, Flyreef, merging his religious influences and artistry. Be sure to connect on social media and digital music platforms.