Malc Stewy blesses the Citrus Rap pages yet again with a fresh new visual for his song “LIGMA,” produced by Eric G of 9th Wonder’s Jamla Records. Malc is from Palm Beach, and has a project out now called The Stew, which was featured here. For this release, Malc had this to say:
The record is produced by Eric G from the Jamla camp—his most noticeable placement being “2009” by Mac Miller. After going through a break up last year, my life changed drastically and I found myself going into the beginning stages of depression.
I wanted to make a song that would make me feel good when I listen to it/perform it and remind me that I’m one of the coolest people in the world. I want it to do the same for whoever’s listening.
Directed by Jay Shawn Productions, the video is compiled with scenes inside my barber’s new shop called Qure, and inside/on the roof of my new studio, Primitive Sound Studios.
Broot McCoy, from Palm Beach by way of Boston, taps Miami-based visual extraordinaire Unkle Luc for his latest visuals. The 90culture-produced “Order of Operations” is a laid-back, nostalgic track that gets visually complimented with scenes of wild animals, nonchalant hooping, and tripped-out shots with that signature Unkle Luc feel. This song, along with others by Broot McCoy, can be found on Apple, Spotify, and Tidal.
Sometimes in life, you just don’t know what you want until it’s sitting right in front of you. That is precisely the case with South Florida rapper Malc Stewy and his latest video. After dropping off his well-received EP, The Stew, back in April, Stewy returns to the Citrus with fresh squeezed visuals for his standout track, “What You Want.” As a South Floridian, Malc Stewy felt the desire to pay homage to some of the landscapes that help define the essence of the region in this video. Fellow South Floridian and visual extraordinaire known as The Infamous JC was able to capture exactly that, while piecing it together in a compelling way. When asked about this video, Malc had this to say about it:
“The video was directed by JC, and we shot it at the Swap Shop in Broward and the old Carnival Flea Market in Delray…very Florida lol. Song is featuring and produced by French, and the video is starring Taty Sachi. This song is one of my personal favorites from my last project “The Stew”.
Christian Rose is a relatively new artist on the scene, but has a knack for crafting songs like a veteran. The Pensacola-bred rapper/singer has made some waves on social media and SoundCloud after releasing standout tracks like “Revenge,” and “Alexander McQueen” featuring buzzing Atlanta rapper Yung Bans. Recently, Rose let loose another impressive single, entitled “WYM.” With banging production by Lxmongrab, who has previously produced for Nessly, the track is a memorable display of this Florida underdog’s effortless ability to make catchy hooks and hard-hitting raps. Be sure to keep an eye out for Christian Rose, as he doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
Broward is basically the new breeding grounds for talented rappers these days, and Mikey More is certainly no exception to this. Even in the midst of being caught up with the law, the rapper formerly known as Floda (aka Flo) still manages to fulfill his passion for making music. As an up-and-coming rapper, you can possess the skills that would attract plenty of producers, but often times, the most inspiring beats arise from the depths of Soundcloud. That was exactly the case for Mikey More, as he decided to shamelessly put together a project called I Stole These Beats. At 5 tracks in length all over Origami beats, this EP is an easy listen with high replay value that only further proves that More is bound for success. Keep an eye out for Mikey, because this guy can really rap and it is quite evident in his music.
Palm Beach-bred rapper Malc Stewy has been steadily making strides towards success with his music over the years. Not too long ago, he caught the attention of NYC underground legend Smoke DZA. The Kushed God took a liking to him and brought him on The Smoker’s Club tour as well as The Key To Life tour with The Lox so he could get his feet wet on the road. Since then, Stewy has been able to get in the studio, including several sessions with DZA, to put together a polished body of work called The Stew. At only 8 tracks in length, the project is an easy listen with high replay value through and through. With strong features from Miami-bred Freebandz artist Zoey Dollaz, noteworthy fellow Palm Beach rapper Eric Biddines, and of course Smoke DZA, there is plenty reason to give this a spin. The Stew is out now on all major streaming platforms.
Fresh off of making Citrus Rap’s #BestOfFlorida2016 list, Miami’s very own GlockyCashOnly drops off his latest project entitled Fine Marble (you are so just be). The Dade County producer/rapper provides an array of eclectic soundscapes and rhythms throughout this very wavy 40-minute mix that seamlessly blends track after track of original composed instrumental music that anyone can vibe out to. With that said, press play above, catch a vibe and be sure to keep up with GlockyCashOnly.