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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Up and coming unsigned artist Taj Malik from Compton, CA drops a brand new visual for the song “In Love” shot by DJ Kold. The song is from his new mixtape “No Lie” hosted by DJ Bigg Rich.
Allow me to introduce Fatt Ty aka The Finesse King. Fatt Ty is straight out of the WestSide born at Sinai Grace and raised in Southfield (Metro Detroit). Born into a bloodline of the toughest of the tough having 2 of his oldest brothers heavy in the streets, although from 2 different hoods.
“Where I come from there is a lot of hate and envy in the air. You can’t do anything but stay on your toes and stay ready when you are gettin some money. Fast cars and choppas is Detroit. Period. I’m just shedding light on a lot of people’s movement in the city.” ~ Fatt Ty
Checkout his record “Feel Me” and stay tuned for more!
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Atlanta hip hop artist Gloss premieres the visuals for “Ca$h App”, a catchy get money-anthem.
Miami rapper/actor Simmie Automatic premieres “Pray for Me”, produced by Dozier Derrt. Simmie is currently incarcerated and set to be released November 2018.
Listen: Simmie Automatic – “Pray for Me”
Huntsville, AL native Ezzy Money has made a name for himself over the past year, surprisingly not on the music scene but in the new car culture phenomenon known as Big Wheel Racing where drivers race tricked out Donks. Currently holding an undefeated record in Atlanta, Ezzy’s car of choice is a 1966 Chevy Impala SS on 26 inch Forgiato rims with 1000+ Horse Power.
For his latest release, Ezzy Money teams up with Lil Baby for “2 Official” — a deliberate, billowing single that finds the two rappers flexing about their lifestyles. Upon hitting play, it’s clear “2 Official” is an instant hit that will be on repeat throughout the streets across the country.
This is just a small sample of what’s to expect from Ezzy Money’s new EP Alabama Raised, Atlanta Paid, which just dropped today and is available on all platforms featuring production from Buddha Bless, OG Geek, and Bugatti On Da Beat.
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Memphis rapper Young Trap is back with his new single & video: “F*ck Love” featuring Oakland legend Too $hort. Get it on Spotify & Apple.
South Georgia rapper Lotto Rackz premieres “Count Up a Check” produced by Drum Drummie. “Count Up A Check” is the first single off the upcoming EP “Play Da Lotto.”
Albemarle, North Carolina is turning up the heat with Black Prince aka Jay Black. In anticipation to the forthcoming cd “Project Royalty”, Black Prince drops club banger “Ah Fool”. Based on the title, I was expecting a twerk type record, yet Black Prince took a different approach and hit us with some trap. Check it out and be on the lookout for more singles and the full album release, soon to hit the streets.
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