Independent artist & Golden Gate, Florida reputable Gio Baby has returned to the scene to drop off a world premiere titled “Run It Up.” The catchy and up tempo track has a repeatable chorus that we’re sure you’ll catch yourself singing throughout the day as you get to your bag. On “Run It Up,” Gio Baby is accompanied by Orlando’s Bad Azz Becky who also delivers a monster verse. The new tune is packaged with a music video directed by 239 Turk Visuals. Check it out above and stay tuned for Gio Baby’s forthcoming project which is untitled at the moment.
Florida duo 300lbs of Guwop continue to build their growing buzz louder and louder and release their new single “P**sy Class”. After having their song “Teefus” remixed on Lil Wayne’s recent Dedication 6 mixtape – the future looks bright in 2018 for the Daytona Beach natives.
Coming from the Shady Park area of Southside Atlanta, Robnhood Tra grew up with 17 brothers and sisters, forcing him to hone his survival skills at a very young age. After run-ins with the law, Tra found himself locked up in 2016, but it turned out to be a blessing in disguised as he began to take his craft much more serious. Upon his release, Tra hit the streets running with a reignited passion for his music, understanding that it was his way out. While locked up, Tra made an appearance on the widely popular show 60 Days In: Atlanta, not as a contestant, but rather as a result of his lifestyle. For his newest release, Robnhood Tra drops off visuals for “Shootout” — an authentic, menacing track that provides just a peak into his life and what he has been through. Tra’s new project Exit 66 is coming soon.
Zero To Sixty Entertainment is back again with upstart rapper Mark Edward Amos IV aka FG Famous. At just 19-years-old, FG Famous has caught his passion at a very young age as he has honed in on his gift to freestyle well-constructed rhyme patterns based off what he was exposed to daily; gunplay, hustling, women, loyalty, hardship, and making money. For his newest release, FG delivers a top notch visual for “I Put My All Into This Shit” — a fiery single that finds the Louisiana native showcasing his passion and dedication to the game. With a nonstop delivery, FG Famous has plenty of ammunition — both literally and lyrically. Directed by Love The Culture.