Northwest duo D Valley & Cam The Mac return with a new single “How I Play It.” The single is about the hustle in the streets and how each rapper approaches the game. From mackin’ to moving packs, the guys break down the plays over clean production with smooth lyrics.
Carrying a smoked out melodic vibe on the track, “How I Play It” takes listeners on a trip touching down in Las Vegas for a red carpet event that exhibits the bossed up big money lifestyle we’ve come to expect from this Seattle duo.
TheSource, HipHopSince1987,YouHeardThatNew, TrapsNTrunks, DirtyGloveBastard and several others have supported this Seattle duo thats reminding everyone that Seattle isn’t what everyone thinks it is.
“This song is about each of our approaches to life after incarceration and how we maneuver each of our hustles. It’s all about your mindset after being faced with defeat. How are you gonna play it next? Cam the Mac explained.
Representing the Central District, also known as the “CD,” and West Seattle respectively, D Valley & Cam the Mac are from different parts of the city but have a similar vision that’s finally coming to fruition online and in the streets.
“Dream Come True has made a big impact on the net and the streets these past few weeks and has everyone talkin about the video and the quality of it. I plan on continuing to network with bloggers and other entrepreneurs to spread the word about this package we’re getting ready to deliver to the world,” D Valley said.
There’s no doubt, they both have that hustler’s mentality and it’s all set to culminate with their Curren$y Exchange project set to release this Fall.
Marv Allen has teamed up with Atlanta hit making producer Mr. Hanky and rising rapper Money Bagg Yo for his latest Summer anthem “Money Up”.
The infectious, mid-tempo party jam has been rapidly gaining radio play across the Southeast and building anticipation for his forthcoming LP S.O.N (Something Outta Nothing).
The song is in rotation at Hot 107.9 and 94.5 Streetz in Atlanta while also gaining momentum in Atlanta clubs.
In addtion to the radio airplay Marv Allen has shows lined up throughout the Southeast this Summer where he will be touring in support of the new single.
“Because of my background coming from a party city, I like to make party music but I just can’t say anything in my music,” Marv explained. “I make feel-good music, but it has to have some lyrical content.”
Influenced by the New Orleans rich musical legacy, Marv Allen has always notes second line brass bands like the Hot 8 and Rebirth, to multi-platinum rap labels Cash Money and No Limit as early influences to making his own music.
Marv Allen was born and raised in Uptown New Orleans’ infamous 10th Ward. His mother, her 11 siblings and their children shared a small apartment in the city’s now-demolished St. Thomas Housing Projects.
Coming up in poverty, he was surrounded by thugs, drugs and violence but music was an escape that made the ghetto not seem so rough.
The Crescent City’s native has an uncanny style that blends hip-hop with R&B and a tinge of the city’s signature sub-genre bounce,
This multi-talented musical maestro has been steadily fostering a loyal fan base with a string of singles that stretches from his Louisiana breeding grounds to his current home of Atlanta.
The Land’s Uncle Paulie returns with a catchy ode to the hustlers and ballers called “BankRoll” produced by Matt Maunus. Uncle Paulie’s fresh off the road after headlining back to back tours with Coast 2 Coast and Big Heff’s Streets Most Wanted Tour. Now the Ohio rapper prepares for the latest mixtape entitled Paulie Meets Pluto hosted by Bigga Rankin, which will be featured on LiveMixtapes and features him covering Future’s hit instrumentals.
Paulie’s influences range from Jeezy, Jay Z, 2Pac, UGK to his own home legends Bone Thugs & Harmony. Cleveland’s known for having rapid fire flow and harmony with new wave artist like Kid Cudi, MGK, Ray Jr, and Earl Saint Clair, so Uncle Paulie is heavily influenced by the streets but maintains he has enough lyrical wordplay to make Hip-Hop fans still support his music. Be sure to look out for Presidential Paulie aka Uncle Paulie coming soon.
Since making appearances on several stops of the Hustle Gang Tour, J. Simon’s stock has ascended with every release. After delivering his 7-track project Simon Says, as well as the official music video for the lead single, “Name On It” (watch here), the Alabama native returns today to serve up accompanying visuals for the Roc N Mayne-produced track “Fantasy.” The black and white flick finds J. Simon at the center of attention as he reminds the listener to not get caught up in a fantasy as they climb life’s ladder. Simon Says is out now.
District 21, the son of legendary rapper Mack 10, has been impressing the masses with releases of his own and he continues to excel and grow as an artist as he unloads his latest work. Continuing his ascension, the young California native has released his new single “Jeeps,” as well as the official accompanying music video. “Jeeps” comes equipped with District 21 providing a laid-back, effortless flow backed by an undeniable G-Funk-infused instrumental. The new visual finds District 21 in a bit of a dilemma as the police knock at his door. Quick to load up the Jeeps and takeoff, 21 edges the law, ultimately remaining one step ahead of them through the end of the flick.
District 21 is currently working on his forthcoming project Topanga Bloom, which is currently awaiting a release date.
Paper Route Empire signee Key Glock has been on a tear since the release of his latest mixtape, Glock Season. Amassing an incredible amount of plays, including over 3 Million plays on MyMixtapez alone, the quickly rising rapper is leaving his mark on 2017. Production on the mixtape included contributions from the likes of Sosa 808, Izze Tha Producer, DJ Squeeky, and more. Today, Key Glock returns to provide eager fans with the official music video for the “Intro” to Glock Season. From his abrasive rhymes to his charismatic southern demeanor, Key Glock is a force to be reckoned with. Shot by Iconick.