When the history of ATL’s trap era is written there needs to be a whole chapter about Otis Williams Jr. aka OJ Da Juiceman. Born and raised in East Atlanta, he made a name for himself putting in work at the Texaco and shook up the local music scene in 2004 with his song “Black Tee.” His street exploits are the stuff of legend, such as surviving a shooting in 2009 and coming back to perform onstage that same week. Over the years he’s worked closely with Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka and maintained a steady flow of mixtapes and albums, collaborating with the city’s top producers including DJ Drama, Trap-A-Holics, 808 Mafia and Mike Will Made It.
O.J.’s latest release, of which the artist says, simply: “Juiceman been in the streets—had to pull my Pyrex out on these folks.” Stream the Decatur Redd-produced track above.
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Daytona Beach duo, 300lbs of Guwop (DK Guwop and 300 Rez), follow up their breakout single “Teefus” with the comic leaning video for their new single “Plan B”. After taking “Teefus” up the charts, “Plan B” continues to solidify that the duo are here to stay and have a lot more to come.
J.Lately distinguishes himself as an emcee with his soulful style and laid back flow. A true appreciation for music along with the unique ability to put everyday life into a relatable perspective has allowed him to flourish in the local Bay Area scene and beyond. His music possesses the rare ability to make you contemplate and vibe out simultaneously, finding the perfect balance between the conscious and the stoner.
Hailing from the small town of Sebastopol, and having spent time between Oakland and Southern California, his influences are eclectic and mesh together effortlessly to form his own individual style. A relentless drive has kept Lately on tour across the country with artists such as Zion I, Locksmith, and A-Plus of the Hieroglyphics. He has released multiple solo and collaborative projects, with his most recent solo release, The Good Panda EP, garnering the attention of many notable blogs and listeners alike.
After wrapping up a 19-city tour, Lately gifts us with the Adrian Per-directed visual for “I’ll Be Living” featuring Demrick and Khyenci Tienne (Prod. by The Shipmates) — the first single off of his latest album, Be Fucking Happy.
Tune in below for the official video. Follow on Twitter: @JustLately
After dropping his critically acclaimed project Against The Odds on November 23rd, South Carolina’s own Black O has been on fire ever since. To keep the new content flowing, Black O unleashes a new visual from the aforementioned project for the standout track “Not My Nigga“ featuring Taylor Boy. Produced by Lil Memphis.
The “Charlie Brown Story“ is a best of both worlds concept put into a deep story between 2 men, Charlie Brown and Mr. Johnson. Charlie Brown is a convicted felon that’s just trying to get his life back together but seems to be finding a hard time getting a job. So he settles for his last resort, which is to go take from the next, just to provide for his family.
Mr. Johnson is a doctor that just so happens to be at home enjoying a movie when Charlie Brown decided to break into his house and Mr. Johnson is just naturally reacting to a break in by protecting his family who is upstairs asleep in this drama/musical called “Charlie Brown Story.“
The same reason that Charlie Brown broke into Mr. Johnson’s house will be the same exact reason Mr. Johnson has to lay down the law. Happy Holidays. -Lil Ronny MothaF