New joint from Fort Worth’s Go Yayo, his new project “Super Saiyan 2” is coming soonTweet
“LowKey is the new release from Tony Del FreshCo AKA “The Trap Barry White” off of his upcoming Ep “How Did We Get Here”. This particular cut invites the listener into the introverted perspective of Tony as he tells a story of relationship woes and a self awareness of his faults that leads to the infamous line “If you love me you got the fucking problems”. Lowkey Features J Nas, another Houston artist, Who effortlessly brings the summary of Tony’s confessions of infidelity with the simple line of disgust “Thats so low, You know I don’t deserve this shit” a feeling I’m sure most have felt. The new EP “How Did We Get Here” is coming sooner than later. Thank You for the support. As always BLESS THE FRESH!!”Tweet
Trill Sammy and Dice Soho have been on the road killin it on the Riff Raff “Peach Panther Tour” but thats not stopping them from keeping their fans fed with new music like this brand new single produced by Cardo. Their new project “Icey Life Vol. 2” is on the wayTweet
Official single from CTE members Boston George and Boo Rossini’s “Drug War 2” projectTweet
Evander Griiim is a new, 19-year old artist coming from El Paso, Texas. He’s half black & half Mexican and his latest single “Right Now” has been taking off. The song is produced by Skritzzy & crowds have been eating it up as of late.Tweet
KP Tha Profit takes a break from pushing his album “Since 1983” to drop a new record featuring fellow San Antonio artist Tony Stacks and production from Kydd JonesTweet
“5th Ward, Houston resident by way of Shreveport, Yung Martez, is putting everything he’s got in to the release of his upcoming project “Struggle 2 Success, Reloaded.” The HollyHood BayBay and Kiotti-hosted project is finally finished, he’s got several videos in the can and he even hooked up with a personal trainer a few weeks ago and has already lost over 15 lbs. and 3 inches of that easy life weight; something his Instragram fans have been watching and rooting for avidly.
The project itself has a diverse array of features that include nods to Houston’s OG’s like Slim Thug, Paul Wall, Lil Keke and Scarface as well as some H-town newbies like Beat King and Chedda Da Connect. Even Memphis’ Young Dolph puts in an appearance. Despite this list of heavy-hitters though, it’s Martez himself who steals show; showcasing as he does the versatility with which he goes from keeping the streets hot to making the ladies swoon.
Today’s offering “How Much It Cost” , is a message to those folks that can’t keep their eyes off of other folks’ pockets. Enjoy it after the jump.”Tweet
“C.I.T.Y. Releases his second single of 2016 with ALI the Nate Coop produced track delivers a powerful uproar with melodic chants and heartbreaking drums. You can feel the hunger in C.I.T.Y.’s vocals as he battles through every obstacle to achieve his dreams. Dealing with everything from self-hate to police brutality this record is defiantly a reflection of the times and will land at the four front of a revolution. C.I.T.Y. continues to prove himself as an elite artist providing quality music in an era of trap gods and mumble rap. C.I.T.Y.’s highly anticipated VIIthday project is coming soon!”Tweet