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Thelo-Que – DEATH (Prod. Left Brain)

Thelo-Que from Knoxville, TN now residing in the DMV releases a timeless record, “DEATH” produced by the well-known artist/producer Left Brain. The tone and vibe Thelo comes in with is unmatchable, adding to the nostalgic and creepy beat that trickles all over your body. Like I said, this record is timeless and forever will be. Artwork was done by the talented Thomas E. Sloan.

Get acquainted with Thelo-Que and show love to his new record!

MojoDead – Cloud10 (EP)

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PRODUCERS: Ethereal, Demitri Montour, Chris Bedan
ENGINEER: Chris Bedan

4 tracks of sheer mayhem with an elegant overtone. Cloud10 is an addition to the warfare that MojoDead has initiated. The Denver rapper continues to give us something to stir up this year’s lyrical debate, adding fuel to the fire that he ignited months and throwing a tantrum on the thrown that he’s claimed all in the same breathe.

The introduction to Cloud10 is a straight body blow produced by Ethereal called, “Stuck”. Perfectly titled, of course. It features a strong, bass filled beat that MojoDead manipulates flawlessly with his speed bag of rhymes and throwing a hay-maker or two ever so often. Never missing a punch. Reminiscent of the generations greatest fighter, in which the track is obviously themed after.

A treasure chest full of gems such as “Feel Me” and “Top Floor”. This man and his army in Colorado is a force to be reckoned with and should never be taken lightly. Doing it in the most organic and arrogant way so far. Not only does this seem like it’s sport to him, but it’s child’s play in some way. Convincing me that he has something dynamic hidden up his sleeve and this is barely the tip of the asteroid. I just pray that the world is ready for the turn up before time runs out.

Stokely Carmichael – SPIKE JONZE (Prod.

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PRODUCER: Infinite Amo
ARTWORK: DieDonnie

A month after dropping off his latest heater, Jacksonville’s Stokely Carmichael comes back with the ultimate flame. “Spike Jonez” is a sure smash. Infinite Amo lays the head knocking instrumental for the We Were Never Friends representer to completely demolish. A deadly display of lyrical power, song structure and sauce. Stokely Carmichael builds up the anticipation for his I NO LONGER FLINCH AT THE THINGS THAT I USED TOO to new levels. Stay on the look out for this onslaught and the next drop from Stokely Carmichael.

TheCoolEra Presents Fourth Cut: Live Drummer Battle


South Florida-based collective TheCoolEra is set to launch the fourth installment of The Cut Series in Miami this weekend. The team of artists and creatives behind TheCoolEra continue to innovate with their live event performance concepts (with each monthly episode of The Cut offering new elements to showcase SoFlo talent and share the experience with a growing fan following. This Saturday, November 18, finds TheCoolCreatives in the midst of some of the city’s best percussion players with a live drummer battle along with performances from Starve Marve, King DYFL, Seanette Carson, E.L.E.M.E.N.T.S and sounds by Spinelli. Hosted by James Klynn.

TheCoolEra Presents 4th Cut. 8 p.m to 2 a.m. Saturday, November 18, at Stellar Cuts in Wynwood, 2214 N Miami Ave, Miami. Entry $10. Ladies, $3 shots courtesy of Miss Dyna Edyne. Inquiries

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Yung GossyMane – Ghead Skit/ Paid My Dues. Ft GEM (Prod. by Camgothits)

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PRODUCER: Camgothits
ARTWORK: RichHomieToine

Orlando’s Yung GoosyMane takes his step into the spotlight with “Paid My Dues”. One of many standouts and the intro track on his latest project, The GoosyMane & Friends EP. Following a brief inspirational conversation piece featuring Ghead called “Ghead Skit”, The track vividly gives insight into Yung GoosyMane’s hunger to be the best in the game. He reminds the world that moments like that are what molded him into the artist that he is today. The production is by Camgothits. Featuring GEM, all while flowing fluidly, they both still remind us that even though the track this hot, for them, it’s effortless now. We have a feeling that bigger and better is to come, and we’ll be waiting for it. Until then, take a listen to “Paid My Dues” above.

Irie Reyna – One Time (Prod. by K-Money & RayHeartBandz)

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PRODUCER: K-Money & RayHeartBandz

The women of Florida continue to put in work as Irie Reyna preps for her live performance at Miami’s all R&B event RnBae, set for November 30th. Her latest single is this gift, entitled “On Time”. Produced by K-Money & RayHeartBandz. Demanding, dark, full of bass and her jazzy cadence, reminiscent of the late, great Amy Winehouse. Her unique voice gliding over the beat, with lyrics that sum up and relate to only the playboys and playgirls of this generation. South Florida once again has one. Listen as she goes in.

Blxxdshot – PISTXLXN (Prod. Avila)

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Helping us continue our outreach to those in further territories, we’ve found a rap heavy hitter in the making. By way of Puerto Rico aka Muerto Rico, Blxxdshot drops off an A-grade onslaught of rhythm and rhymes, as he uses multiple angles to attack our ears and brains on this hard knocking banger “PISTXLXN”, as he switches flows and languages like a driver switches lanes. The San Juan representing and rare english speaking emcee on the island, Blxxdshot proves that distance from the mainland matters little when you got the sauce. Grabbing another native Puerto Rican, Avila, to provide the body swaying beat with a hypnotizing Spanish sample filled throughout. Blindsided by the distress  that Puerto Rico has faced after Hurricane Maria, Blxxdshot makes a statement with “PISTXLXN” to hold strong and continuing to push through until he’s on top of the rap game.

And as us Floridians understand the hurricane related struggle that Puerto Rico is triumphing through, we would collectively like to say #FuckMaria. Here is a link to how you can help the victims of Hurricane Maria.