Inmate Turns Rapper
The official video release for RobnHood Tra’s ‘Shootout’ gives you a real life glimpse at his life before becoming one of Raydar Entertainment’s artists. Shot and directed by Ant Soulo, this visual puts RobnHood Tra in a different league; though he may be a new artist, he is no rookie to the game. From the notorious Rice St. jail to the TV screen is a big step for anyone, but this potential is what intrigued Ray Daniels to sign the young artist in the first place. His is a success story and it’s just getting started. With this video dropping so early in the year fans can expect his newest project, Exit 66, to be coming soon. And with that, more visuals.
His social media following is already buzzing amid the release of the new video and now that it’s here, we can only wait for what’s next. He recently tweeted “Can’t wait to get my hands on some big name beats… I’m going to politely kill that mfr”, and I have a feeling with this release some of those big names may be listening. Though humble, his hard work and determination is what sets him apart from young artists who treat rap more like a hobby than a business. With his own distinct sound, RobnHood Tra is bringing an OG demeanor to a young generation. Atlanta is the home to so many artists, but when you can carve out your own lane, the road ahead is golden. Check out the premiere on youtube and keep up with his latest music on Soundcloud.
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From Alabama to Texas and everywhere in between MealTicket Records / Just the Squad’s very own King Maurice is here with his hot video “Smashed”. “Smashed” comes from his forthcoming album/mixtape “Jugg God”, which features production from Atlanta super producer Jon Boi, Al Geno On the Track, Bezel, and some in house production. Check out the visual below and be on the lookout for the entire project dropping soon.
Representing the Northside of Atlanta by way of Long Island, NY. ZanMan is a rising artist with a knack for crafting undeniable hooks thanks to music influences from the likes of Future, Max B, T.I., and Wiz Khalifa. The young talent has already tasted success after garnering over 1 million views on Worldstar with his ladies anthem “Bad Ones,” which lives on his DJ X-Rated-hosted mixtape 7 Nights. Back for more, ZanMan returns with a new cryptocurrency-influenced single “Mr. Bitcoin,” along with the official music video. Directed by Dontell Antonio, the futuristic visual pairs perfectly with Zan’s latest effort as it follows him while he capitalizes off Bitcoin in every aspect of his daily life.
This morning, Kevin Hart returned to The Breakfast Club and the conversation went on to discuss his recent infidelity scandal. Kevin made sure not to back down from the tough questions as he admitted his faults. In the interview, Kevin also hinted that he was surprised @MichaelBlackson would go on to make jokes about it. “Mike has turned into an Instagram model that’s shaken her a$s and looking for likes…”, Hart went on to say.
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It seems to be common these days, but often old school rappers get dragged by the up-and-comers in the business today. Lonzo Ball saying Nas isn’t real hip-hop, which angered many an “old head” earlier this summer feels like just the tip of the iceberg. Now, Kodak Black has joined in by dragging Jay-Z’s old lyrics as a means to position rap’s current sound as far better than its predecessors.He recently took to Instagram to post in the caption, Kodak writes “Real Sh*t B Goin On .. None Of Dat Hopscotch Shit.” 👀
Austin Music Group artist YannaMaria is leading the wave for female artis in the game and she has finally unveiled her official video for her magnetic single “Candy Crush.” Putting on for the ladies, YannaMaria is clearly all about empowering the women around her while making sure the men know she has no time for games. In the video, we find Yanna linking up with all her ladies, flexing their moves and seemingly have the time of their lives. With a brand new album on the way, expect big things from the rising star, YannaMaria.
J. Simon and his team have been on the road with T.I. and the rest of the Hustle Gang for the official Hustle Gang Tour. We’ve previously shown you part 1 of the behind the scenes happenings, from radio stops, fan hysteria and more. Today we present to you the finale to the tour, which includes a stop at the Atlanta Braves game and so much more. Check it out and continue to follow J-Simon because he is nowhere near done.
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Atlanta, Georgia; Clayton County’s very own OPJ is a thriving artist out of Southside the that represents a label called Brotha Botha. Brotha Brotha has as their CEO, CWhite whom is also a Southside native. OPJ brings with him an unfamiliar sound, magnitudes of versatility, and the remnant of Hip-Hop in its brightest light. Everything that makes OPJ different makes him the ultimate ARTIST to keep your eye on.
OPJ states “Music has been a passion of mine for a long time, I just haven’t figured out how to promote myself correctly”.
To us, that is no problem…because we see the talent and are here to bring it to you! Checkout his video and connect with OPJ!
Atlanta, GA; Rickie Blow is here to blaze our screens with his latest video “Blow Up”. Not too long ago we introduced you to the single, which is produced by Beat Dilla, off his EP titled “I Borrowed My Friend a Buck & Bought Myself an Elephant“, alongside the official behind the scenes footage from the video. Today we present to you the SupeDope directed full-length release. Press Play and check it out. It’s no longer about the Glo-up…Rickie Blow has us ready for the “BLOW UP”!
Baltimore’s own YGG Tay returns to the forefront and he’s back in a huge way. YGG Tay has been relentless with his work ethic over the last couple years thanks to project like Rich Before Rap, Drag Season, all numerous videos in-between. Today, YGG Tay circles back to follow up his highly-acclaimed mixtape Rich Before Rap with an official sequel, Rich Before Rap 2. With hard-hitting features, Tay calls on Shy Glizzy for “Block” and YG Teck for “Through The Years,” making for two great collaborations. In conjunction with the release of his project, Tay has also delivered a music video for another standout; the Raeshad Beats-produced single “Lit Up”—a track that finds Tay putting on for the Young Go Getters while letting listeners know that he’s not going anywhere. On the production side, contributions come in from the likes of Trauma Tone, D Dae, Damebeatz, Young Lan, and many more.
Atlanta, GA; Huntsville, Alabama native Mata releases new video titled “Mental Patient”. “Mental Patient” is a record that speaks of retaliation, although we speak out against this topic, as parents this scenario deems it necessary. Mata, who also produces & engineers recently has been put to the test after losing his son to the streets at the tender age of 15. After experiencing this we can definitely acknowledge the feelings of being a “Mental Patient”. This song despite the bizarre title, is very smooth, melodic, & really displays Mata’s ability to sing, rap, and write. There are artists whom release videos and songs, but Mata granted us access to his grief and all we can do is thank him for expressing his feelings via his music.