Palm Beach-bred rapper Malc Stewy has been steadily making strides towards success with his music over the years. Not too long ago, he caught the attention of NYC underground legend Smoke DZA. The Kushed God took a liking to him and brought him on The Smoker’s Club tour as well as The Key To Life tour with The Lox so he could get his feet wet on the road. Since then, Stewy has been able to get in the studio, including several sessions with DZA, to put together a polished body of work called The Stew. At only 8 tracks in length, the project is an easy listen with high replay value through and through. With strong features from Miami-bred Freebandz artist Zoey Dollaz, noteworthy fellow Palm Beach rapper Eric Biddines, and of course Smoke DZA, there is plenty reason to give this a spin. The Stew is out now on all major streaming platforms.
PRODUCER(S): Aye! Sos & Jimi Kendrix
Quince Lu out of Broward County drops a new single, “Do Me Wrong” produced by Aye! Sos and Jimi Kendrix. The Migo Bendito clashes with the beat to ignite a crazy verse and flow. Using his heritage as his main influence, Quince keeps it more than real on his new record. Not looking for any handouts and getting it all on his own, Quince Lu is a force to be reckoned with. Opening up for Playboi Carti at Art Basel and releasing visual after visual. Quince Lu is a name to lookout for in 2018. For right now, peep his new track “Do Me Wrong.”
PRODUCER: Bizness Boi
Gary Blessed out of Boca Raton, Florida drops a gem for his followers, “mood” with a special guest on the record, Ye Ali.. the track is also produced by Bizness Boi. GB does no wrong on this record as he harmonizes to the beat and expresses his mind in a fashionable yet genuine manner. Ye Ali adds his own sauce/style to the song as he would on any track and lives up the song status as a prominent record. Something light for you and your girl to set the mood too.
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PRODUCER(S): 3rdivison, Neww Eraa, LeanBwoy, NikeTech, BlackMayo, ParisVVS, PlaiBoi, Tory, Yung DZA, CjD, Honk!.
3rdivison of South Florida has released his debut project, BADLUCK that has been worked on vigorously according to 3rd’s manager, Kev The Creation. The ten-track project that has a long list of producers behind the production including the man himself, 3rdivison. From soft-smooth bangers like “SWEATER” produced by New Eraa to “Miss Me” produced by Yung DZA and CjD show you that 3rd is on that out-of-this world sound. Popping up on all the indie shows in SoFlo, 3rdivison is someone to be on the lookout for and that’s without a doubt. 3rd linked with Don Anthony Tyson, Jr. for the creative direction on his project. This won’t be the last time we see 3rdivison on Citrus.
Peep the project, BADLUCK above and support the up and coming artist from South Florida! Listen now!
Making a name for himself in a rather unique fashion, South Florida rapper Anonymuz tastefully fuses gaming and anime culture with hip hop. Dropping some incredible music independently for the past few years while rolling with that aesthetic has come natural for the Broward native. He truly is about that life and you can hear it throughout his entire catalog–especially on his brand new EP entitled Urameshi.
At just five tracks in length, the EP is a short and sweet continuation and elevation from his previous LP release entitled Vice City–which earned a spot on Citrus Rap’s Best of Florida 2016. With a good head on his shoulders and a plan in motion, there is no sign of Anonymuz losing momentum. In fact, he just rolled out some dope new merch to coincide with the new project. Click HERE to browse the new Anon tees brought to you by South Florida’s very own Vintage Stereon. Be sure to keep it locked for more Anonymuz releases.
UPCOMING PROJECT: Loops Of Our Labour
Quietly working on some of his most creativity ambitious material, South Florida and Far Rockaway, Queens’ very own Griff Spex is not concerned with anything but making music that’s true to himself. The latest single of his called “Don’t Know” is exactly that. Produced by longtime friend and collaborator Nuez, “Don’t Know” is an intriguing showcase of Griff’s ability to blend infectious hooks with heady raps over some knocking production. His next project entitled Loops Of Our Labour on its way, but until then be sure to keep up with the now NYC-based rapper/producer.
PRODUCER: P. Soul
UPCOMING PROJECT: TBA
Bahamian rapper Travis Bowe is someone to get familiar with. Having his music featured in the Oscar Award-winning movie Moonlight, Bowe refuses to look back and continues on the path of success and hard work. One of the ways he is doing this is dropping loose tracks every Monday. One of his more recent drops called “Bounce” features none other than Citrus Rap favorite Xali (available for streaming here). This Monday, Travie drops another P. Soul-produced heater called “Go Down” that showcases his impeccable storytelling abilities. Look out next week for his upcoming Monday drop.