Artist To Watch Scooty Exudes Confidence With Her Debut Single ‘The Difference’

Females are already starting to take over the music industry. 2019 will be our year, and my prediction is more of a fact. More evidence has been delivered to my inbox in the grace of newbie Scooty. Her debut single, The Difference, has already become one of my favorite tracks of the year. In just 2Continue reading “Artist To Watch Scooty Exudes Confidence With Her Debut Single ‘The Difference’”

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Houston MC Bobbie & Big Ooh Call Out Dummy ‘Rappers’ In HeadKnocking Visual ‘Nosebone’

Bobbie and Big Ooh call it like they see it. Back in October I slept on the visual to their give no fucks song Nosebone. They know the clones, the phonies, and the MC’s who rap about a life they don’t live. Words hurt, but back it up with a fury of tongue twisting lyrics,Continue reading “Houston MC Bobbie & Big Ooh Call Out Dummy ‘Rappers’ In HeadKnocking Visual ‘Nosebone’”

T2 Ghetto Hippie Is Ready To Redefine Houston Hip Hop With The Release Of His Newest EP (Exclusive Interview)

Houston’s T2 Ghetto Hippie is a homegrown artist with a deep understanding of the south’s storied place in hip-hop. Although he draws inspirations from the greats, he brings a modernized sound to the city. This year has been huge for him, landing on NPR’s podcast’s special SXSW 2017 preview, along with an impressive amount of blog coverage.Continue reading “T2 Ghetto Hippie Is Ready To Redefine Houston Hip Hop With The Release Of His Newest EP (Exclusive Interview)”

Nick Marti Drops An Impressive Freestyle To Prep Us For His Upcoming LP

When I hear a song for the first time, there are 3 things I check for: flow, delivery and production. It’s difficult to find one that delivers on all three. Well, it happened with Nick Marti’s newest offering, To The Light Freestyle. The Dallas native used intricate bars, a Danny Brown like delivery, and choiceContinue reading “Nick Marti Drops An Impressive Freestyle To Prep Us For His Upcoming LP”

Houston’s T2 Rises Above The Hate In His Newest Single ‘IDGAF’

More and more artists are speaking on injustice, political strife, and racial tensions throughout America. There is much more to discuss, as atrocities continue to happen in the country we used to call “the land of the free,” but I’ll save that for later. While these issues have persisted since the dawn of time, moreContinue reading “Houston’s T2 Rises Above The Hate In His Newest Single ‘IDGAF’”

Yun Fajita (feat. SQUiRE) – State Of Mind (New Track)

Although I’m new to Houston rapper Yun Fajita, I’m a big fan of SQUiRE. I’m glad he re-posted State of Mind on SoundCloud as I’m always looking to discover exciting new music.  Yun has been dropping heat for weeks now, but has given us his best in this new collaboration. Both artists speak on the sad state of theContinue reading “Yun Fajita (feat. SQUiRE) – State Of Mind (New Track)”

Doc Strange – Stare Here (New EP)

Experimental hip hop is not my forte. I’ll be the first to admit it. But the new EP, Stare Here, from Doc Strange spoke to me. This dude works hella hard, (details in a bit) even producing the entire EP. He has an eclectic sound and able to make a wide range of instrumentals. It’sContinue reading “Doc Strange – Stare Here (New EP)”

Rudeboy Bambino – Gully (Video)

A few weeks ago Rudeboy Bambino dropped a crazy EP in Import N Export (stream below.) The last track on the project, Gully, got an amazing response. Thankfully, he gave us a visual to the buzzing song shortly after the project was released. Gully is hard to describe sonically, but it is worth your time. TheContinue reading “Rudeboy Bambino – Gully (Video)”

We Talk With Houston’s ‘Cowboy Jones’ AKA Dylan Cohl (Exclusive Interview)

Texas has always been a hot bed for southern hip hop talent. DJ Screw, UGK, Scarface…I could go on. It’s been interesting to see the progression of the Lone Star State’s sound throughout the years (side note: one dude I’m loving is Maxo Kream.) I don’t have a huge grasp on the scene but I’m startingContinue reading “We Talk With Houston’s ‘Cowboy Jones’ AKA Dylan Cohl (Exclusive Interview)”