Racine Native Kushie Jackson Checks In With His New Album, ‘Free Gas.’

With a following that spans from Wisconsin to Las Vegas, Midwest rep Kushie Jackson checks in for the first time with his new album, Free Gas. Sitting at a stout 16-tracks-long, Free Gas is a solid introduction to the rapper for new fans. Having gathered steam from previous releases in 2017, Jackson builds on that streak with energetic new cuts like, “Trump” & “Sky Walker Louie,” which showcase his … Continue reading Racine Native Kushie Jackson Checks In With His New Album, ‘Free Gas.’

The West Coast Renaissance Continues With K Grizz’s Banging New Project, ‘For My Niggaz.’

Los Angeles & Las Vegas are closer than many would think. Growing up in Vegas, many people — including myself — were originally from L.A., but who’s families got priced out (gentrification) & opted for the cheaper properties & scortching temperatures of Sin City. This move allowed for a class of L.A. babies who grew up on G-Funk & west coast classics, to help define … Continue reading The West Coast Renaissance Continues With K Grizz’s Banging New Project, ‘For My Niggaz.’

From Detroit To Las Vegas, Motor City Native Silent 313 Lets It Be Known That He’s Got, “Shooters.”

Detroit native Silent is one of the more underrated, lyrically gifted upcoming rappers, period. I could sit here and write a 85 word introduction on why he’s so nice, but I feel like that might take away, or even put unfair expectati…. yeah, forget that. Silent is up next, & I have proof. Check out the new video for his single, “Shooters” which features Silent absolutely … Continue reading From Detroit To Las Vegas, Motor City Native Silent 313 Lets It Be Known That He’s Got, “Shooters.”

Las Vegas Native Teej Finallys Drops His Debut Album, ‘Spotlight.’

Nostalgia is a huge tactic being used in just about every form of monetizing entertainment in 2018. For example, you can see it in the fashion, with some of the older brands and styles making their way around the block. You can definitely see it in movies, with the remaking of classics like Star Wars & even Superfly. But perhaps most effectively, you see it in music. Utilizing … Continue reading Las Vegas Native Teej Finallys Drops His Debut Album, ‘Spotlight.’

Bay Area Rep RonnieMac Checks In With His New Video, “Go So”

Oakland native RonnieMac makes his debut in our pages with the energetic new visuals to his single, “Go So.” Set to the backdrop of Las Vegas, Ronnie runs around suburb parks while going nuts with his younger homies. With catchy hooks that layer perfectly over the sound production, it’s not hard to see why Mac is starting to build a buzz. The song is a loosie, … Continue reading Bay Area Rep RonnieMac Checks In With His New Video, “Go So”

QC Affiliate King Kap Checks in With The Visuals for, “Jimmy Butler”

  The mid-west has been on an absolute tear lately. From established cities like Chicago staying firmly in the mix, we’ve seen spots outside of the Windy City starting to let their presence be known. Indiana is one of those places. Already boasting Freddie Gibbs as one of it’s natives, city reps like Richie Bux and Drayco McCoy have been going crazy. Never the one … Continue reading QC Affiliate King Kap Checks in With The Visuals for, “Jimmy Butler”

Chicago Native HM Bando Spares No Seconds on, “Bands”

Photo by @bandofmdtay Chicago has a rich history of people who are determined to make it by any means. Sometimes, due to circumstances, the “any means” isn’t positive, but despite that we move forward. The important thing is we learn from our mistakes and become better from them. On, “Bands,” Chicago’s own, HM Bando is just trying to find that realization. Keeping melodic energy at … Continue reading Chicago Native HM Bando Spares No Seconds on, “Bands”

Tales of the Sin: 5 Songs Defining Las Vegas Right Now

When it comes to Las Vegas and Hip-Hop, the marriage hasn’t always been so fruitful. Sure, now you’re starting to see more middle-tier acts make stops at venues like Brooklyn Bowl, The Joint, Vinyl and some others; but it wasn’t always this way. In fact, until recently, Hip-Hop shows were highly frowned upon outside of the confines of the strip and despite an evolving relationship … Continue reading Tales of the Sin: 5 Songs Defining Las Vegas Right Now

Las Vegas Native Teej Gets The Party Jumping With New Single, “Talk to Me”

Hip-Hop is officially the most influential genre in the world. No longer are we assuming. No longer are we being told that our claims are, “outlandish” or that we are over-analyzing the situation. Hip-Hop is now, widely accepted and has proven it is easily the most influential genre—but with every peak comes with its valleys. Just like Rock n’ Roll, Jazz or any other form … Continue reading Las Vegas Native Teej Gets The Party Jumping With New Single, “Talk to Me”