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Tommy Poe – “No Break Downs” Ft Hoodrich Pablo Juan

When you’re from the projects in Little Rock, Arkansas there are limited opportunities when it comes to the entertainment business, but somehow rapper Tommy Poe has emerged from the rugged Razorback state with music catered specifically for the trap. For this track Tommy Poe links up with Hoodrich Pablo Juan for his newest video, “No Break Downs.”

The visual was filmed by Azae Productions and perfectly captures Tommy Poe’s sentiments that his city is a, “make you or break you” town.

“I’ve always had a vision of me having my own label, I wasn’t into making music. Then some people I used to trap with who was always going to the studio asked if I wanted to go with them. I decided to go with him and I started making music and I took a liking to creating music out of nothing and putting the whole process together to make one project” Tommy Poe explained. “My first single is “No Breakdowns” featuring HoodRich Pablo Juan. I go in depth on my life at the time of the track, touching on actual life situations and personal relationships.Its kindKind of a sneak peek of my life

Adding to the hype on this track, Sonny Digital produced this song that will feature on Tommy Poe’s A POE MAN’S DREAM EP, set for release this Summer.

“This project has been all me, I invested into my own vision. It’s not just music I’m putting out – its actual sacrifices goals and achievements. I took a real creative approach and was hands on with everything,from the production, to mixing and mastering, down to the video directing,” he added. “I plan to have my music in every market available and become a known face in the industry.”

King Bless – B.O.M.B.

Bronx, NY rapper King Bless has had his city buzzing a lot lately and with the release of his brand new record, “B.O.M.B,” it’s looking like one of the biggest boroughs in New York will continue to buzz all throughout the rest of the summer. With a feature from Dizzy Banko, this track captures Bless rapping about the time that he spent away from the rap game but now warning his competition of his strong comeback.

While Bless’ rap sheet is extensive from working with the likes of Jim Jones, Kool G Rap, Uncle Murda, Bobby Valentino and much more, the consistency and dedication put into his craft shows that this Bronx native is deserving of success.

King Bless will be dropping his debut mixtape titled Fruition this summer and his debut album late this fall.

Young Pyro – Meant To Be

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Brooklyn rapper Young Pyro sets the tone for Summer 2017 with his new vibe, Meant To Be. Funny enough that Pyro has VA connection, because the producer behind this melody is reminiscent to a Timbaland classic joint.

Much love to the blends on this record. This is a Hip-Hop jam for sure, but you get a little funk and disco feeling here too. Miss lady on the hook gave this single just the right touch.

Listen below to Young Pyro’s new offering and keep it locked for more new hits coming soon. Follow On Twitter.


Montage Ft. YFN Lucci – What’s The Combo

As summer gets underway, Montage brings his collaboration with YFN Lucci full circle as he delivers the official video for “What’s The Combo.” In the video, directed by Marc Diamond, Montage and Lucci throw an extravagant party with countless beautiful ladies. Ready for the radio, “What’s The Combo” effortlessly combines Montage’s velvety vocals with YFN Lucci’s undeniable demeanor and signature ad-libs, ultimately delivering one of the hottest songs to arrive this year.

“Working with Lucci was one of the most humbling experiences of my life. He is super down to earth and just willing to work,” Montage explained when asked about his new collaboration with the Atlanta emcee. Montage went on to say, “The video was amazing and everyone gave 110% and just had fun… great vibes.”

“What’s The Combo” is available across all platforms here:

Mack Derico – Hyperbolic Time Chamber 2 (Mixtape)

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Hampton, VA artist Mack Derico releases the second installment to his latest mixtape series. Tune in below for his view of his new work:

“I want people to listen to HTC2 and feel the rage and the emotion in my voice from my music, this is important. I even want listeners to hear this and not be afraid to be 100% themselves no matter what just as I am. As long as I’ve given somebody something to relate to or to make their day better I’m forever satisfied”

– mackderico

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Will Claye – “Father”

  It’s not very often that people are as talented as Will Claye in so many areas of their lives. From being an Olympic athlete to working with YG, Casey Veggies and others on music, Will Claye is undoubtably a talent to take note of for so many reasons.

Growing up at an early age, Will Claye got started on the karaoke machine and Fruity Loops and from there he began working with a friend that signed to YG’s 400 label.

“We did a track with YG on ‘Just Re’d Up 2′ called ‘IDGAF’ and I started to build a fan base.  I’ve been putting out music on the low ever since then, but I was a bit hesitant with it.  I didn’t want to be seen as most athletes that make music because I felt like I was different and I really know music,”  Will Claye said.

Since delivering his album, Look What You CreatedWill Claye has diligently been working on a return to the scene. There’s only one way you can follow up a shout out from President Obama and thats to give praise to the man upstairs.

“I’m not an artist who makes one type of music. I’m a human who goes through different things, travels the world and I’m a scatter brain and that’s how I make music. I make tracks based off of how I feel when I’m writing that track and that can be in any genre of music,” Will explained.

A.M.P. Fetti – “I Can’t”

Over the past few years Broward Country artists Kodak Black and XXXtentacion have built huge fan bases on streaming platforms like Spotify and Soundcloud. Now after generating millions of views on their respective singles, Hip-Hop fans again have a reason to turn their attention to the county just north of Miami as rapper A.M.P. Fetti is also building momentum in the region.

Exit Sunrise Blvd and travel east from the I-95 and you will end up in the Hatian dominated East Side of Fort Lauderdale where drug dealing, crime and police authority are abused on regular basis. But to rapper A.M.P. Fetti this is home and he loves his city without question or hesitation.

“I was always interested in music as a kid, watching Tupac and Biggie on T.V., rapping their lyrics,” A.M.P. Fetti explained. “I use to hang with my friends in the neighborhood we would record ourself on a karaoke machine at the East Side Park. We started a rap group called Burna Boys when I was about 13 or 14 years old and the rest is history.”

Now with a full length project out and a lead single, “I Can’t,” Amp is gaining attention for his candid take on addiction and all the things you can be addicted to in life. The track is produced by DJ Drizzy, who also produced several other songs on the Back To Da Streets mixtape like, “On The Stroll,” “On That” ft Billy Blue and “Of Course.”

“‘I Cant’ is pretty much about all my addictions. We all have them and want to stop them but you cant. I’m addicted to things like smoking weed, selling drugs, tricking on my girl and I want to stop but I can’t. That was the mindset I was in when recording this song. No features on this record, just give you me.” he added.

In the Luniversal Production directed video, A.M.P. Fetti teams up with video director Luner who has been shooting all his previous videos from the Back to the Streets project.

“We have a lot more on the way, so look out for more visuals. My plans for the next few months are just to promote my new mixtape and earn new fans, while I reintroduce myself to the fans I do have,” A.M.P. Fetti said. I’m going to be doing a lot of traveling to put in the ground work, and while traveling I’ll be hitting studios to record new music for my next mixtape. Of course, I’ll be shooting videos, but we working on setting up some performances. Right now there are no official shows planned as we are still putting in the ground work and introducing the people to my music and my voice.”