PRODUCER: J Rock UPCOMING PROJECT: Dysfunctional RELEASE DATE: TBA
Poe Boy Music Group and Orlando native YT Triz gets some assistance from heavy hitters, Lil Wayne and Rick Ross, for his “Vamonos” single that is set to appear on his upcoming release, Dysfunctional. The J Rock-produced single is one of the hardest singles to come out of Orlando in a long time, it’s somewhat refreshing. Even though YT has some big names on this track, he looks to be holding his own when it comes to delivery. Check it out above.
Dade County should be proud of their new Hip-Hop star. Miami rapper Pryme Rothstein drops a new mixtape titled TEC 2: The Effort Continues, showcasing his ability to freestyle and also produce good music. Pryme‘s chances in this game are improving with each and every record he releases. He doesn’t look to slow down since he already has plans to release Pryme Example this summer so keep a look out for it. For now, stream his latest offering above.
“Take Tokes” is the first single from Nardy‘s upcoming Good Vibes Vol. 1 release. The single includes a skit from The Breakfast Club and is produced by HDXMULLA. You can also take a look at the official visual for the single below.
Earlier this month Curren$y dropped Pilot Talk III which was not released on iTunes and is selling for $100. Pilot Talk III comes in a purchased bundle of a jet USB preloaded with the entire album, exclusive photos and videos as well as exclusive apparel and Pilot Talk look-book.
The idea of selling an album for a high price is becoming a trend to follow after. Fellow artist, Nipsey Hussle, sold his album Mailbox Money for $1,000 a piece and sold 60 albums by doing so.
Paying for music is important in the success of the music industry, but with high priced albums from rappers whose listeners don’t always have the “Curren$y” to pay for them, it sets some fans up for a let down.
Not only does the model put the listeners at a bit of a loss, Spitta could have also missed the take off in a big way by not selling albums in stores or on iTunes. He may lose out on the money that would have been spent from a majority of people who would be able to afford it at a lower price. After waiting for so long, the only saving grace is that the album can be streamed online for free for those who don’t mind not having the extras.
I’m not the biggest fan of this business model, but it has a positive aspect too, and that’s the amount of fan loyalty it exposes. Bundles like the one Curren$y has put together give the real fans more of a personal experience, one that others might not necessarily get from streaming the album online for free. The Pilot Talk III bundle gives you a deeper look into the making of the music and sets the casual fans apart from the devoted fans—the ones who are willing to pay the price for the awaited album and those who aren’t.
PRODUCER: Aye! Sos PURCHASE SINGLE: via iTunes ALBUM: Raised In America | Stream
Quince is a versatile and influential music artist from South Florida that currently resides in Tallahassee. His musical influences include the Big Pun, Kendrick Lamar and Jay Z. The inspiration for the subject matter he references is derived from his experiences growing up as an immigrant, as well as the experiences of those close to him. The work being produced now and until eternity will exclusively showcase high-class respect for music; those who made it, love it, and LIVE it. Never one to brag in discussion, Quince is a believer in letting the music relay the message first, then opening up the forum for questions later. He is one of the last to truly take responsibility for his lyrics, and use them to make the listener think, smile, cry, and most importantly, live better. Quince is now quickly emerging as one of the best underground hip hop artist from Tallahassee, Florida. Beginning a new trend of music, Quince has visions to sustain those around him with his accomplishments and success. With a passion for the youth, he desires to encourage them to remain confident in themselves, be true and make the right choices. An aspiration to serve others and promote equality amongst people keeps him vigilant in pressing forward into his future.
PRODUCERS: Nash B, DJ Spinz & Murphy Kid PROJECT: Category V | Listen
New Orleans native and rising star August Alsina gets featured on K-Major‘s new single “Shut It Down”. Produced by Nash B, DJ Spinz & Murphy Kid, the reverbed and solace chords are a literal shock wave. This is not the only new track from Alsina, Meek Mill‘s remix to his “Right There” song is also a stunna. With a recent South Florida performance at FIU’s Bayfest, Alsina’s full-bodied music hits the road with the upcoming May 30th 103.5 Beat Down. “Shut It Down” is included on the April edition of K-Major’s Category V album. Check it out above for yourself.
PRODUCER: N/A LATEST RELEASE: Eyes On Me EP | Download
While currently on the road for his first headlining tour, HBK Gang’s IAMSU! release a new single, “All On Me”, featuring Kool John. This new single is darker and druggier than what we’re use to from Suzy, but still dope nonetheless. Catch the HBK Gang artist in your city for the ‘Eyes On Me’ Tour, titled after his most recent EP. Check out “All On Me” above.