Representing the 757 Virginia rapper Losk33 comes from an area in VA often referred to as “Bad News, VA.” Notorious for crime and drugs, Losk33 has chosen a different path and found his way to music through friends and family that were playing around with it.
Now after earning a spot on the radio LoSk33 has decided to grab Boosie Badazz for his new song “Lately” as he looks to to take this track to the next level.
The Beat Plug produced record has somewhat somber vibe to it that’s perfect for Boosie, who can speak on his own fair share of struggles in life about diabetes, the crooked streets, shady police and family struggles.
In the live video Boosie and LoSk33 perform the song “Lately” for a live crowd and you can tell they know the words after the song picked up on radio recently. Aside from the single, Losk33 is prepping a yet to be titled album.
“I haven’t dropped an album yet, but it is one In the works,” LoSk33 explained. “I’m focused on the single right now, but my plans for the next fees months is all grind, no sleep, progression and push this record as far as I can.
“I have a couple shows lined up gotta check with my management in which they are doing a great job, shout out BillionaireMindSet.”
Known for his signature cast on his arm, Juman Jorgiano reps D.C. to the fullest with a chip on his shoulder. But while rapper Juman Jorgiano has gottten a quick buzz off his mixtape Just Cuzreleased on Spinrilla August 23rd, he’s not stopping there.
After his continued beef with Young Gleesh, Jorgiano moves past the drama with a focus on his new music to get the fans ready for more releases like his video “Fuckin With Me.” This new release follows up“How We Came” which picked up on Philly mainstay HipHopSince1987, Florida site CitrusRaps and European siteWkndTV.
“I been doing it since 2012, but I just started to take it serious a few years ago and me and Young Gleesh started recording together, I ‘ve been getting a lot of good feedback just on the strength of me putting out my own music,” Juman Jorgiano explained.
When asked about his signature cast and how it came to be prop in his music videos, Juman explained that he really did hurt his arm, but that the cast may stick around after getting so much attention.
“It’s slowly becoming my thing – so many people are asking… just know that joint ain’t really going anywhere,”Juman Jorgiano said of his signature cast. “My arm is really fucked up and because its still kind of personal, I want to keep it to myself, but there’s a lot of people out there that’s stuck because they have a physical disability or ailment and I want to be the one to inspire them to keep going. Ain’t nothing stopping me and my music at this point.”
Leading up to the end of the year Juman Jorgiano is looking to continue growing his buzz in the DMV and is planning on releasing the single “Music, Money, Murder 2″ the sequel, which will also have an accompanying visual.
“It’s a rough city basically, our rap scene basically coming up and people getting signed out the DMV, but its a lot of personal issues going on, where there’s a lot of artists that can’t click up because of various issues,” Juman said.
On Stef Windor’s latest drop, “Otherside Forever” we find him alone with no features, spitting and crooning effortlessly in a very lyrical fashion. He describes his personal story, coming up from literally nothing and now watching his dreams come true over the production from DG Beats, DKXL aka DeadLighters, Tone Jonez, and others. Stef even ripped a beat from Kanye West circa 97 for the raw version of “Moons,” featured on the album.
In 2017 alone, Stef has accomplished more than ever on his own, independently. With over 30,000 streams now, attention from multiple record labels, and the completion of his second project, we see clearly that the people are getting hip….. The Virginia boy aint so ashy no more.
Tune into his latest work here and follow Stef on Twitter at: @StefWindsor
Returning home from his first trip to Houston, since Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, Atlantic rapper Jevon Doe hits the ground running with his new single “24” dedicated to his hometown.
The track is an ode of sorts to all the screwed and chopped music from H-Town that influenced Jevon Doe when he was coming up chasing his dreams learning to rap as a kid. It’s a familiar, yet fresh Hip-Hop sound that meshes perfectly with the choppy soulful production for this homage to the land of candy paint, DJ Screw and UGK.
“’24’ was a song I decided to make to pay homage to my city. On the track I talk about two legendary rappers from Houston, Big Hawk and Dj Screw,” Jevon explained.
“Throughout the whole song I want my fans to feel like they’re cruising through Houston, the top down and a bad chick sitting on the passenger side”
Most recently Jevon Doe’s song “Name” found success online receiving critical acclaim for several key influencers and publications online (TheSource, AllHipHop, CountryRapTunes, DirtyGloveBastard, MissInfo)
The success online is nothing new for Jevon Doe as his video for “Ran Out” with Kap G received recognition from XXL and Mass Appeal among many others this past Summer.
Currently Jevon Doe is being A&R’d by famed Atlantic A&R duo Shawn Barron and Gary Leon who are widely credited with helping develop the careers of Ty Dolla $ign and Kap G.
Grave Leathers releases his highly anticipated music video “Goin’ Thru The Most” featuring LAWS members Stelo & Sir Nijel Himself. Frelli Parks, a music producer also from Virginia, collaborates with Grave on the song’s production. The video is shot & edited by Ryan Felipe while he teams up with Leathers to co-direct the video. Grave dedicates this video to Ryan’s older brother, Reggie Felipe, who passed away back in June when Grave released his second full-length project “The No-Heart Nobody”.