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.
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.
Philly Blocks recruits Cino Fresh for “Movies.” The single/video is taken from his critically acclaimed EP titled ‘Mr. 17th.’
The Louisville Slugger is known for his cinematic visuals, and “Movies” is no exception! The feature presentation is Blocks’ life through his eyes, his lessons, and his driving force to survive. Vivid bars describe growing up with his family, the good…the bad…the ugly, a code to securing bags, and even cautious moves around multi-flavored thots! Watch “Movies” and connect with Philly Blocks and Cino Fresh below.
Stream/download the full EP hereon preferred platforms.
Who is Dell-P…For those living under rocks or for those who might need a simple reminder, the extensive accolades below are sure to spark some clarity.
Dell-P is a Hip Hop artist and songwriter, nationally and internationally famed for his exquisite lyricism, conscious rap, and wordplay. He is co-signed by such pioneers and legends as Chuck D, Black Thought, Wise Intelligent, Arrested Development, EPMD, Wyclef Jean, David Banner, Jay Electronica, and that is only naming a few.
The Philly vet carries monumental recognition dating back to 2017 including Philly Hip Hop Awards Album of the Year, PHL Live Hip Hop Artist of the Year, Black Gala Award winner, Black Power Music Award nominee, 2-time Spiral Award Winner (artist and album of the year), 2-time Indie Music Award winner, Philly Hip Hop Award winner for Alternative Artist of the Year, 2020 Top Indie Artist award by Source Magazine, as well as a 4-time Grammy considered artist. To add to that success, Dell-P has received music placement and an acting role in the 2021 film “When George Got Murdered”, coming to Netflix soon, and with a recommendation by Black Thought, he will be participating in The School of Thought Workshop/Showcase…The first-ever Hip Hop Master Class to be held at Carnegie Hall.
Dell-P’s latest Grammy considered album ‘MEGA (Make Emceeing Great Again)’ is available on major platforms as well as “By Any Means” and “Follow the Signs” videos, currently in rotation on BET Jams. There are some like minds out there hungry and this album feeds them properly. Once you take a listen to the music you will hear why Dell-P has been called “the best kept secret of Hip Hop” by XXL Magazine.
Stream/download ‘MEGA’ here on preferred platforms and connect with Dell-P below. Social Media Links – @DELLP215 on IG & Twitter, Dell Pee on Facebook
Watch “By Any Means” and “Follow the Signs” from the ‘MEGA’ album
Reggae superstar Scooby Loo releases visuals for his hit single “Love It” off his new project ‘DƏS-TUNƏ-Ə.’ Scooby’s explicit vocals set the scene for an erotic rendezvous while the video displays erotic poses and moves from diverse women…In Scooby’s realm there’s nothing sexier than a woman. Watch the video and connect with Scooby Loo below.
West Philadelphia spitta “RizzindaBooth” displays different styles, yet stays true to the essence of Hip Hop. He currently has three independent projects out (streaming on all platforms) including ‘GR8NESS’, ‘IMPRINT’, and ‘IMPRINT2’ with ‘686’ releasing soon…
As a youth raised by his grandmother, RizzindaBooth kept busy with a multitude of talents and started rapping by the age of 12. He always loved music and credits JayZ, Black Thought, T.I., Royce da 59, Pusha T, Jadakiss, and Drake as his influences. RizzindaBooth is a true student of the game and a skilled lyricist. His storytelling ability and lyrical excellence have been his forte and proven to be a winning formula.
Tune into IG TV to hear RizzindaBooth discuss projects, videos, producers, future career moves, and more.
Watch his latest videos “Loose Bars” and “Watch Ya Body” below.
Connect with RizzindaBooth on all Social Media platforms including Bandcamp, Youtube, and Soundcloud @rizzindabooth
Nenjah Nycist returns to the arena with “Eastern Conference Champions.” After last month’s release – “I Love Reign,” Nenjah joins forces with producer Sum Total to release a 7- track album available on all streaming platforms. After recently losing his mother, Nenjah explores pain, growth and wisdom heavily assisted by Sum’s dusty samples, jazzy loops and head banging drums.
Facilitating the theme of being a champion (hence various sound bytes from Lebron James throughout the project), Nenjah tackles the sometimes ugly side of being a champion. Lines such as, “…but that’s cool I ain’t controlled by fear, no/ if I blacked on you it’s ‘cause I care bro,” exemplify the hunger of wanting one’s team to be great. With the only two features (rapper Rula Z, R&B recording artist Destinyy Nicole) being on the same track (“Returning”), Nenjah and Sum’s chemistry is built on the “less is more” mantra – from lyrics to production. Just in time for basketball season, “Eastern Conference Champions,” is the soundtrack for those who are still going strong even after enduring a tumultuous year.
Midwest Artist, Dari Spazo drops his latest single “Make A Move”
Dari Spazo is a 21-year-old Artist from Minnesota whose goal is to increase his popularity and fans. He’s working on more music but for now, check out “Make a Move.”. Be sure to connect with Dari on social media and digital music outlets.
East Coast Native, Al Sharp drops his latest project “The Voice of the Unheard” for awaiting fans
Al Sharp was born in “The Bronx’ and grew up listening to music. It was to no surprise that he would decide to pursue music. In junior high school, he begins songwriting. While his talent continues to increase, so did his connections with like-minded individuals in music. It wasn’t until he linked with Inf Dot and a longtime friend Fingaz to form the collective, “Reign of Terror” for the opportunity to record. Soon after, he decides to get behind the boards and begin music production. At that point, the “Reign of Terror” sound is established.
With help from a friend, Al Sharp is inspired to record an album produced entirely by himself. The album “Strength in Numbers: Compilation Vol. 1.” gave the people an introduction to Al Sharp-The Artist and Producer.
Due to great responses, he goes on to record the next project, “Fist Born: The Beginning.” Additionally, he lends his production hand to various aspiring artists. Sharp moved to California where he continues to create music and produce for artists.
In 2018, Al Sharp releases his album “Audio Narcotic.” He gains years of experience with benefits to work with seasoned vets and younger artists. Together in 2020, they construct a solid body of work titled “The Voice of the Unheard.” This is Al Sharp’s 6th solo album. Finally, the years spent polishing his skill-set will be heard. Be sure to connect with Al on social media and digital music platforms.