Atlanta native Lil Cato is taking his name beyond music to build an international brand around his 3AG moniker. Watch the video premiere of “Big Dawg” and get it on Spotify here. Produced by Mondo.
Quality Control presents Kollision’s latest mixtape: Not for Nothing. The 16-track project features the lead single “Tend to the Money”, as well as features by Stuey Rock, Nefew and Lil Wop. Not for Nothing is Kollision’s second mixtape, a follow-up to January’s Better than Yesterday.
Big Oomp Records premieres Shonte Renee’s “OOO” off her upcoming project Erotic Party. DJ Montay provides the instrumental on this seductive R&B song.
Loko Luka’s “No Problems” speaks for itself: “Keep it positive and move forward,” says the 18-year-old rap artist from Atlanta.
Atlanta, GA; DJ Funky is back with some new heat, to be more specific, a brand-new album titled “Scattered Brain”. “Scattered Brain” brings its inspiration in from the movie “Superfly”.
For those whom have not seen it yet is the story of Cocaine kingpin Youngblood Priest, who realizes it’s time to get out of the game after surviving a violent attack from his rival. Before leaving for good, Priest and his partner travel to Mexico to arrange a deal, with the intent of it being his last score. Yet, now Priest finds himself having to outmaneuver the cartel, two corrupt police officers, and all the double-crossers that threaten his path to freedom.
“Scattered Brain” brings in features from Daz Dillinger, Warren G, BeatKing, Slim Thug, Nephew Texas Boy, Ice Code, Scotty ATL and more.
Checkout the title single “Scattered Brain”, which features D.A. & Daz Dillinger.
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Atlanta, GA: Toon’s sound and street-life realness has been influenced by many ATL traditions and icons, but he still brings a voice that is all his own. His philosophy on expressing himself was inspired by T.I. because, as Toon has explained in interviews, “T.I. is the first rapper I really listened to. I’ve been influenced by the way he raps about the struggle and the way he came up. I like folks that come from the bottom and talk about the struggle they went through.” After finding his inspiration in artists like T.I. (and also OutKast’s Andre 3000 who inspired him to be an individual), Toon began recording tracks and sharing them with friends and loved ones as he refined his sound and his style.
In 2018 he released his first big single, “Only,” a hard-hitting rap anthem that reminds listeners not to be blinded by success or struggle when you aren’t the only one who’s going through it.
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Toon CLB has even more heat to bring to the rap game in the coming months as he prepares to release videos and more music. Below is the official video for “Only”, one of many to come.
Make sure you stay connected w/ Toon on Spotify, as more music will be added to his playlist.
Linking up with one of Atlanta’s premiere record promoters, MissAtown, has proven to be a great relationship. Checkout a compilation video of the work she’s gotten done with djs; @dj_filthyrich @1djplugg @djckaas @sixxstarent @djdonnjuan @djomezy @djmasterrachels @1015tonyd, and there are many more to come, as this is only the beginning.
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A relationship with Pimp C and Bun B changed everything
Houston is no stranger to the kind of moments that seemingly bubble up out of cities for extended periods. Atlanta is having its own right now with Future, Migos, 6LACK, Deonte Hitchcock, Yung Thug and countless others pushing the culture in places hip-hop hasn’t seen before. Los Angeles had its own with the rise of TDE, Nipsey Hustle and YG in the last half-decade. It’s all cyclical, these things have happened in New York, the Bay Area, Chicago and Miami over and over in the last 30 years, but when it happens in Houston, it’s special.
The South rarely gets the love it deserves for delivering paradigm shifting albums and epochs because so much of the coverage of the culture comes from the coasts, but Houston is one of those cities that artists from everywhere need to capture if they’re really going to make it.
The first huge Houston moment came with the Geto Boys, who pushed the boundaries on hip-hop storytelling to edges few rapers have dared to even consider exploring since. Scarface, Bushwick Bill and Willie D were responsible for influencing several generations of southern hip-hop artists, including the legendary Underground Kings in Pimp C and Bun B.
As Pimp and Bun grew their stranglehold on the Houston sound, they began turning to rapper/producer Cory Mo to bring Country Rap Tunes to life through his pristine ear for sampling soul classics and hard hitting drum patterns. Cory Mo parlayed his relationship with Pimp and Bun into a discography that can go beat for beat with your favorite producer.
Cory Mo and his brother, Mike Mo, owned and operated the hottest Houston recording studio during one of the biggest moments in Houston hip-hop history when guys like Slim Thug, Paul Wall, Mike Jones and Chamillionaire were all you’d hear on the radio no matter what part of the country you’re from.
These days, Cory Mo runs his studio out of Atlanta and hosts the Country Rap Tunes radio show with Bun B and runs Just Sayin Clothing, a collection of t-shirts, hoodies and hats that essentially captures the essence of who Cory Mo is and where he comes from.
Wanderset sat down with Cory Mo to talk about Houston, his relationship with Pimp and Bun and how he and his brother built the hottest studio in H-Town.
Adjnamedroach (pronounced A DJ Named Roach), the aggressive South Florida rapper who transitioned from DJ to rapper/producer after serving a ten year prison sentence, recently caused a stir with a controversial (atleast in NFL circles), Miami Dolphins Anthem, released his long awaited sophomore release Don’t Come For Me.
It’s already caused a bit of a stir with the inclusion of the Miami Dolphins Anthem, but it’s his aggressive raspy approach to melodic vocals that deserves the conversation. His beats are sick and it’s no wonder, coming from a DJ background, he just has an ear for music.
The Don’t Come For Me album is the product of a trippy party eclectic and aggressively reaching for the stars and wanting more then entitled. The lyrics ooze out to inspire energy and excitement, with a dash of IDGAF x FML x HUSTLE & PARTY! The energy is real and the excitement is even more.
Born in Fort Wayne, IN; MI5LED had an upbringing ranging from various cities and states. This gave him a nice mix of small-town values along with the gossip and a big city hustle along with the crime, MI5LED was influenced by both.
MI5LED is with AFB (Antifukboi) Entertainment, which was founded in 2015. His grandmother is one of his biggest influences, having been a singer, songwriter, and producer. MI5LED represents a second chance from the streets, which was sparked by the recent death of his cousin. Support this cross between Byson Tiller and a Hood Niqqa, by checking out his music and following his movement.
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Texas R&B singer/rapper TJ Boyce is making a name for himself across the south and the internet with his new video for “No Panties.”
Walterboro, SC native Bullet, releases new video “Don’t Lie” featuring Hoodrich Pablo Juan off his EP “The Lil Big Homie”. Check out the video below and don’t forget to support the EP, out now on all streaming sites.
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