Emmitt Dupree is an artist from AZ on the rise! He just released an impactful visual for his single “Mama Don’t” featuring Jalopy Bungus. The music video is directed by Ian Q. Baker – both the song and the music video show Emmitt in a more vulnerable light, expressing his past troubles with his matriarch – adding a classic melody we all known too well. Jalopy follows up with his perspective based on his own experiences. The lighting in the video and cinematography helps deliver the songs message beautifully.
Click the link below to get a more in depth look into the music video.
House of Trap, Inc. is throwing a 420 friendly pop-up (Revenge of the Youth) on Saturday, 10/5 in Broward County, Florida to say thank YOU! It’s been an amazing year the label and talent group, and it wouldn’t have been possible without every single person who has decided to get behind the Take Risk And Prosper movement. 2019 has provided some major highlights for the group; from signing their “first lady,” west coast artist 6l3u to the head of the label (who is also an artist) Tune the Abstract, winning second place in a 99 Jamz freestyle contest earlier this year. You don’t miss out on the celebratory pop up! Click this EventBrite link to purchase ticket(s) Revenge of the Youth pop up NOW!
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After releasing her highly anticipated single “Bag” a few weeks ago as the first lady from the House of Trap, Inc. label, 6l3u has now teased a snippet for the music video for “Bag”. The single already has 11.5k plays in less than a month! Click the link below to stream the single some more and stay tuned for the music video release coming soon
South Florida artist Te Aly 4300 is back with a new hit single titled “Japan.” The single is produced by Sxpply and engineered by the great, Ed Hollywood (has worked with We The Best Music, Roc Nation and more). The single was released just last week (on Wed., 9/11) via SoundCloud and has already amassed over 6,000 + plays! The music video will be shot by the end of this month so stayed tuned! Click the link above and enjoy!
Illinois Native Blake Banks just released a dark new single “Grand Piano.” Fusing hip-hop and rock with catchy chorus’ and ballad style arrangements accompanied by his in-house production team, The Ambulance Factory. Banks has nearly half a decade under his belt and has released four projects gaining over 2 million streams. Mostly known for his unique production style, and collaborations with Post Malone. His next album Risky Business is set to release sometime before 2020. Continue following Banks’ journey by visiting his website https://www.blakebanks.com/ and click the link below to listen to “Grand Piano.”
DIRECTOR: Keen Perceptions PRODUCER: PAYSR ENGINEERS: WIC Jones
Denver artist Myell Westcoast revisits our pages with his latest music video for his single “My Shit.” A walk thru a day in his life with just enough details for you to go based off of. “My Shit” is produced by PAYSR and engineered by Chris Jones aka WIC Jones. Visuals were shot and edited by Keen Perceptions. “The inspiration of the song came from me sitting in the house all day not doing anything just listening to beats and smoking. I spent half a year locked inside my apartment listening to beats because I was tired of writing sad songs, one day I came across Young Ma’s Walk freestyle and became obsessed with the beat. While I was writing a verse to a cover I found PAYSR’s channel and started raping the verse in my living room and instantly knew I had hit the studio.” exclaimed Myell about the inspiration behind the song. Click the link below to listen NOW!
It’s been three years since Zen Gnarly has released a full album only teasing us with a single “Brazzy” featuring Lil Trip in 2018 fans been wondering what is to come. Bringing a different tone to his usual self from the anticipated dark melodic song “Cyber Heart Throb” mixed and produced by 13.99. Who also mixed and produced a good portion of the album Lithium Nicola at an old Bethlehem steel mill building in central Pennsylvania currently home to Ignite Creative Group. This album will take you into the world of cryptocurrency with “Blockchain” then all of a sudden you’re going through a heartbreak in “Crazy in luv.”
This album just allowed Zen Gnarly to take a deep breath and rely on his writing ability plus it is so easy to remain focused with the crew he has around. Zen is much older now and doesn’t live his life on the fast lane – We need to spread awareness of fine art, fashion, and just overall good music. The city he comes from is overrun with drugs, heroin mainly just like all the other areas of America. We aren’t seeing the progress we should be seeing. Industries are moving in but the change is slow. The album Lithium Nicola is set to release sometime this year, for now enjoy pressing play on the lead single.