Philly Blocks recruits Cino Fresh for “Movies.” The single/video is taken from his critically acclaimed EP titled ‘Mr. 17th.’
The Louisville Slugger is known for his cinematic visuals, and “Movies” is no exception! The feature presentation is Blocks’ life through his eyes, his lessons, and his driving force to survive. Vivid bars describe growing up with his family, the good…the bad…the ugly, a code to securing bags, and even cautious moves around multi-flavored thots! Watch “Movies” and connect with Philly Blocks and Cino Fresh below.
Stream/download the full EP hereon preferred platforms.
Who is Dell-P…For those living under rocks or for those who might need a simple reminder, the extensive accolades below are sure to spark some clarity.
Dell-P is a Hip Hop artist and songwriter, nationally and internationally famed for his exquisite lyricism, conscious rap, and wordplay. He is co-signed by such pioneers and legends as Chuck D, Black Thought, Wise Intelligent, Arrested Development, EPMD, Wyclef Jean, David Banner, Jay Electronica, and that is only naming a few.
The Philly vet carries monumental recognition dating back to 2017 including Philly Hip Hop Awards Album of the Year, PHL Live Hip Hop Artist of the Year, Black Gala Award winner, Black Power Music Award nominee, 2-time Spiral Award Winner (artist and album of the year), 2-time Indie Music Award winner, Philly Hip Hop Award winner for Alternative Artist of the Year, 2020 Top Indie Artist award by Source Magazine, as well as a 4-time Grammy considered artist. To add to that success, Dell-P has received music placement and an acting role in the 2021 film “When George Got Murdered”, coming to Netflix soon, and with a recommendation by Black Thought, he will be participating in The School of Thought Workshop/Showcase…The first-ever Hip Hop Master Class to be held at Carnegie Hall.
Dell-P’s latest Grammy considered album ‘MEGA (Make Emceeing Great Again)’ is available on major platforms as well as “By Any Means” and “Follow the Signs” videos, currently in rotation on BET Jams. There are some like minds out there hungry and this album feeds them properly. Once you take a listen to the music you will hear why Dell-P has been called “the best kept secret of Hip Hop” by XXL Magazine.
Stream/download ‘MEGA’ here on preferred platforms and connect with Dell-P below. Social Media Links – @DELLP215 on IG & Twitter, Dell Pee on Facebook
Watch “By Any Means” and “Follow the Signs” from the ‘MEGA’ album
NC-based Hip Hop recording artist Spitty the Sequel releases a 4-track EP titled ‘I Come Back Because I Love You.’
The seasoned artist, famed for his uncanny lyrical deliverance and incomparable witty wordplay, shows off just why he cannot be contained into one box of style or sound. Although the EP is consistent with boom-bap and smooth R&B cadences, Spitty incorporates intermittent tranquil soundscapes allowing listeners to hone in on his lyrical content, which is not only relatable but exudes a kaleidoscope of raw emotions.
‘I Come Back Because I Love You’ touches on Spitty’s ability to live the best life he’s capable of along with his desire, even as an odd future, to make moves in this world. He emphasizes some difficulties with that task due to a lack of positive role models. Spitty also mentions friends and how they operate just like seasons, either hibernating or on vacation…yet the brotherhood has the potential to strive.
The EP serves as a thought-provoking canvas delivered in such an eclectic approach with self-truths that is sure to have fans and listeners scratching heads and self-reflecting.
Stream/download ‘I Come Back Because I Love You’ EP here on Spotify
Watch “Friends” official video
Connect with Spitty the Sequel Twitter @spittycrack | Instagram @spit4sale | Facebook – Spitty the Sequel
Jack Diamond releases visuals for his latest single “Free Love” which features YFN Lucci with production by Kyle Junior.
Diamond delivers a relatable track regardless of gender, culture, and occupation. With images of himself in a coffin, it’s evident the old Jack Diamond is dead. He’s broken his own heart from thinking with it instead of using his brain and he’s fed folks that he should’ve let starve. The new and improved Jack Diamond, however, will make them pay, not by way of violence but through his shine and success…there’s no more free love.
The tones are smooth and soulful yet piercing enough to raise arm harms while Jack Diamond spews his lyrical oath. Watch the video for “Free Love” and get your copy below.
Texas natives JLC and Judy Drama recruit Melbourne’s Dee Stakz for new single/video titled “Welcome to Da Jungle.” This fierce trio is unstoppable and on the move with nothing to lose. They can survive the jungle in all forms and come out on top of the game. The Cinematic production heightens the raw and gritty lyrics…Connect the dots while they claim their earned respect. Watch the video and get the inside scoop on “Welcome to Da Jungle” below.
MJ: Before we jump into the video, how did everyone link up, especially with Dee Stakz who resides in Melbourne?
JLC: It basically started from Instagram with Dee Stakz showing love and reached out to me with marketing questions. While I was growing and moving in the scene, I watched him grow as well. I had a track that I wanted a different sound and knew with his character and talent that it would be a hit. He came through with a verse, for the video, and the rest is history! As far as Judy, I kept her hearing her name in the scene and popping up on social media. I was drawn to her style and sway and the fact that she was also from Texas. We connected, and again the rest is history.
MJ: What was the goal with this single/video? Let us in on the process from the creative spark to the finale. Is it receiving the proper accolades you were expecting it to?
JLC: The goal was to provide fans with something they can relate to and show them they can come out as we did and to reach as many as we can! I came up with the idea as I was riding through my old hood in Fort Worth and just thinking how bad it was back in the day. I mean you had to constantly watch your back and watch who you let in your circle and it was people constantly getting robbed and set up. It’s like that now, but back in the 90’s it was three times as bad. As of now it’s nothing but good reviews and it’s just been a couple of weeks, as it spreads, we are looking forward to seeing how different crowds respond.
MJ: Was it difficult to shoot the video during a heightened period of COVID-19? Why is it important for you to continue to curate during the pandemic?
JLC: Actually, it was easy. It was kind of an in and out thing when you shoot so many videos you just do your thing and roll out, and I think I can speak on behalf of everybody on that note! I believe it was Dee Stakz’s first video, but you would never know it, he handled business! The pandemic is an opportunity for more exposure as people are watching more TV and have more of an online presence.
MJ: Talk about the chemistry between the three of you and how individual styles complemented one another.
JLC: Everybody is just down to earth and got jokes so that really makes it easy when everyone has the same goal in mind and takes their careers seriously. Our styles in my opinion with each verse is a different feel and different tone, talking about a different scenario with the same topic, and it makes it both interesting and captivating.
MJ: Take a minute to share with fans about upcoming solo or more collaborative projects.
JLC: I can’t talk about that…but we have a lot of people watching us and don’t want us, especially me, to go far in the industry. Our ideas are unique, and we must keep them secured until it’s release time.
MJ: Please take a moment to share anything else fans should be on the lookout for and how they can connect with you for updates and new music.
JLC: They can go to Amazon and read my E-Book “Hip Hop Marketing A Dirty Game” for some tips on marketing. I have some collaborations in the works and more music endeavors on the way so stay tuned. Follow me on Instagram @jlcaagrecords, on Twitter @allaroundaag, on Facebook at AAG Records, and on the web at allaroundaag.com.
ATL’s own YNS Talley releases visuals for his new single “Persevere.” The track produced by Aloy is taken from Talley’s upcoming project titled ‘Priceless 3.’
In “Persevere” Talley returns home to East ATL where it all began. Although riding there in a polished Rolls Royce, Talley reassures that fame hasn’t changed him. His intricate wordplay gives listeners a vivid timeline into his path to success while conveying a distinct message to those that slept on him and his booth profession. The cinematic production by Alloy heightens the emotion from Talley. Watch the video and connect with YNS Talley below.
Trap Pe$o is an artist who creates distinctive sounds by combining different influences into a one-of-a-kind sound, and his new single/video release is no exception.
“Trap” is impressive both in terms of production aesthetics and artistry. The songwriting is catchy and immediate, yet nuanced and detailed. This translates well for viewers on account of the amazing production quality. Fans of artists like XXXTENTACION, Lil Wayne, and Gucci Mane will enjoy this track.
After giving fans the highs and lows of hood life in the Ville (Louisville, KY) with “Days of our Lives” and taking them down memory lane with “Average” Philly Blocks returns with another single/video titled “CEO” produced by DP Beats.
Over a captivating blend of piano keys, striking drums, and knocking bass, Blocks delivers in your face bars declaring his CEO status. CEO status in the streets, with money and women, and of course in music. It’s time to “big dog flex” and show off earned shine and success. Watch “CEO” and connect with Philly Blocks @PhillyBlocks
Sourmouth returns from a three-year hiatus with visuals from his forthcoming album titled ‘African American Horror Story.’
The Portland, Oregon vetted emcee delivers cunning reminders through a zany, fun fashion in “One Call Away.” Despite a world brewing with fear and uncertainty, we as people are just one call away. That one call can make all the difference.
The video puts Sourmouth front and center on the mic to display his quick-witted wordplay, lyrical twists on societal issues, and an infectious hook. Grab your popcorn for a unique cinematic experience. Watch “One Call Away” and connect with Sourmouth below.
JLC, seasoned artist and CEO of A.A.G. Records enlists powerhouse rappers Piranha and JayBang for the chart-topping single “Foot On Da Gas.”
JLC intros the track over invigorating tones, striking drums, and car rattling bass. His bars declare nothing less than superior, accelerating for a music takeover. Piranha and JayBang follow suit with their A-game proving they can hold their own. Piranha’s assertive bars along with Jay Bang’s captivating flow is sure to have street and club heads pressing repeat.
This triple threat is steering fast, foot heavy on the gas to secure bags, success, and a global takeover. Stream “Foot On Da Gas” below.