PRODUCERS: Murda Beatz, London On Da Track, Frank Dukes, Helluva, Ben Billions, C-Clip Beatz, Dyryk, Skip On Da Beat
Dealing with many legal issues within this year, Kodak Black still finds a way to strive and let nothing stop his shine.
Back in March, Kodak Black dropped his critically acclaimed album Painting Pictures that caught everyone’s ears and now he returns with his long-awaited album Project Baby 2 that was a surprise release. 19-track album has an All-Star line up, bringing in Offset, Jackboy, John Wicks and his fellow Florida rapper & 2017’s XXL freshman, XXXTENTACTION. The album, fulfills its self with expensive beats, star-studded features, and amazing lyricism.
With the soon to be legend, Florida rapperalready having a catalogue of heat, like his summer hit “Tunnel Vision”. With this new album, songs like “Roll in Peace” and “Built My Legacy” are sure to catch everyone’s attention very quickly.
Banger after banger, Smokepurpp continues to drop bombs. This time he brings in the Three 6 Mafia legend, Juicy J for his new track “Streets Love Me”. Ice Bream stirs up some heavy 808s for smokepurpp to have some fun in. No word on if this would be on his upcoming project DEADSTAR but we’ll know soon enough.
Go ahead and press play so you can light your hood on fire.
Late last night, Wifisfuneral surprises fans by dropping a 15-Track mixtape, Boy Who Cried Wolf that’s full of heavy hitters. With complex flows and illustrious, witty lyrics, Wifisfuneral is continuing to set the wave and solidifying himself in the rap game. He raps like he has something to prove, and not just to Joe Budden either.
The mixtape features mainly Florida artists such as, Danny Towers, KiD Trunks, Chxpo, 458 Keez, Dirty Face Smook, Fat Nick, YG Ivy & Cris Dinero who also produces majority of the mixtape. The album also features Pierre Bourne, the producer behind one of the biggest songs of the year, “Magnolia” by Playboi Carti.
PRODUCER: Nick León & Telescope Theives DIRECTOR: BloodIsBond
The Miami Crusaders, Twelve’Len & Denzel Curry join forces once again on the groovy track “Human Gods”, which dropped earlier in May. Now they’re back with a video for it and it’s stunning. The chemistry between Twelve’Len & Denzel Curry from their past work is undeniable as we know but this video just showcases it even more so with their great talents. With the hazy VHS effects & imagery that is shown throughout the video it makes it memorable and very vintage.
The artist Twelve’Len who is a singer, delivers melodic vocals while he brings Denzel to lay down some bars. We all know the ultimate Denzel but don’t sleep on Twelve’Len. He’s an artist to definitely to keep on your radar.
PRODUCERS: Zach Fogarty, Ernest Ziembroski II, Kiko Merley & Robert Hale
After a stream of releases and teasers, Nate Dae’sCalifornia PSA is finally here. The 10-track project showcases the many talents that Nate possesses within himself. He goes across various genres & styles throughout the album, that go from being moody and introspective, to records that are uplifting such as “I Feel Ya” which carries such a funk vibe for the summer. Zachary Fogarty & Ernest Ziembroksi II both produced the track, while Jack Rickert and Stokely Carmichael added additional vocals on it.
The album encompasses mainly on believing in yourself. It’s about growth, and taking that risk to get closer to your dream as he stated with his interview at Pigeons & Planes.
Nate Dae is a promising artist who is eccentric, and takes time to express himself. If you want to have a huge inspiration and something to get you motivated, begin listening to this humbling project
Just recently we were hit with heavy impact with his high energy video “Pressure” and now Skinny Scumbag returns with more heat for the summer with his new song “CadiLlac PimP’n”, produced by Santiago Purp. Skinny Scumbag channels his human torch, as he comes with incendiary rhymes and flows. The Santiago produced track is a mix of Atlanta’s bounce, but with Florida’s aesthetics. Press play and begin to enter the Scumbag world where you wouldn’t want to step out of.