OJ Da Juiceman and Lost God finally release their much-anticipated joint project “East Atlantafornia” hosted by Sam Hoody. With stand-out single such as “Livin” featuring Quavo, Skippa Da Flippa and Mo Buck$, this mixtape perfectly showcases their talents, from the East all the way to the A. Other features include Baby CEO, and production from Major 88 Keys, Facial Makaveli and more.
Residing in Willingboro, Vars City is an R&B trio consisting of members Donni Fresco, Don Wonder, and Von Bruce. Weaving Hip-Hop and R&B, Vars City reside in a similar lane as Bryson Tiller and Ty Dolla $ign, yet still manage to offer a refreshing sound with each of their tracks.
Watch below, and stay tuned for more new music from the South Jersey group.
Following his wet and wild “Hennything Can Happen,” Young Dolla releases the first party anthem of 2018, “Party.” Produced by Atlanta-based hitmaker Pi’erre Bourne, Dolla and Dreamdoll some trade boastful bars, while GOLDe lays a catchy chorus for the ladies.
Stream the track below, and expect the official Nimi Hendrix-directed visual!
After releasing his cinematic “Trapped” visual, Chicago-based recording artist Corr Kendricks returns with his highly anticipated Hardcorr project. Inspired by years of hardship, Hardcorr captures Kendricks reflecting on the ups and downs in both his personal and business life.
In celebration of his birthday, Atlanta-based recording artist Chris Tyson shared his highly anticipated Da Vinci’s Paradox mixtape and released the official visual for “No Digits”. Formerly known as Young Cypher, Chris Tyson has been heating up since dropping his club-ready, Ricky Racks-produced “Back Flip” single this Summer.
Stream Da Vinci’s Paradox below, and watch the Frezh Editing-directed clip.
Philadelphia’s Chill Moody celebrates his momma’s birthday with, “Hey Momma.” Jazzy production is by Secret Society, and soulful vocals from Teimi. “Hey momma, I really love you/ We been through so much/ I’m thinking of you,” Teimi sings.
Stream “Hey Momma” below via Spotify, and check out the lyric video here.
Bringing back the real trap sound his City originated, Atlanta rapper Eastside Jody delivers the Marc Diamond-directed visual for his single “F*** It Up.” The record will appear on his forthcoming project “Get Rich or Die Trappin,” which arrived earlier this week.