New Album ‘See The Sun’ by Jeremiah Bonez

‘See The Sun’ is a Hip Hop/Rap project from Jeremiah Bonez (@jeremiahbonez). The release of this album is inspired by the recent times we’ve experienced as humanity and what it means to be an individual; to be your own person and live your life the way that you want to, because life is too short.

The title ‘See The Sun’ was inspired by a line from a Tupac record, ‘So Many Tears’, where Tupac laments: “Will I survive until the morning to see the sun?/ please lord forgive me for my sins cuz here I come/“. It is a story about the journey of being yourself, no matter what the circumstances are around you, making sure to see the next day… to see the sun and survive.

‘See The Sun’ is a 6 track album with features from Von The Cool Crook (@insert________here), King Sleez (@tallz.eye.view), Kendra (@kendraellamo), & Rahleek (@rah_news). The production on the album was handled by GTONTHETRACK (@focus_on_the_big_pic), Isaiah A.M.(, & Tryna Live (@trynaliveprod), TruHefner/Tha 10th Man (@aaron_gant). Additional Production, mixing and mastering by Beats By Mills (@beatsbymills).

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Miami-based Rapper Stuckey Shares His Debut, 5-Track EP, “Livin Savage”

Today we receive the debut, 5-track EP titled ‘Livin Savage’ from Miamia-based rapper Stuckey. At 20-years-old, the independent artist has opened for Kodak Black, Lil Durk,  Pooh Shiesty, and more. Still riding the momentum of his 2020 anthem, “Spare Me,” this new EP is equally melodic and honest.
Stream Stuckey’s new project below and check out his website to purchase merch.
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New Clay James verse released on @snoopdogg & @djfunkyATL mixtape “Weed Strains & Bigger Brands” | @whoisclayjames

New Clay James verse released on Snoop Dogg & DJ Funky mixtape “Weed Strains & Bigger Brands”

Georgia emcee Clay James links with Backwud Marc on a cool laid back track entitled “Eldorado”. This song is definitely something you could smoke and ride to. It’s track 31 on Snoop Dogg and DJ Funky’s new mixtape “Weed Strains & Bigger Brands” exclusively on Livemixtapes presented by The Coalition DJs.


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Yung Meme Dedicates New 21-Track Project ‘Easy Come Easy Go’ to Fans

The South Carolina rapper delivers his new 21-track body of work.

After serving up a handful of singles, South Carolina-based rapper Yung Meme drops off his 21-track project, ‘Easy Come Easy Go.’ Grabbing GBP Beats, Radical, St. Nick, Ross Gossage, Oracl3, Lil Dende, TYG2X, Harz, Bliv Beats, and KELS2X, Yung Meme enlists a variety of talented producers for this body of work. Building momentum from his unique blend of Grunge/Hip-Hop, it’s no wonder why the album has well over 300K streams across all platforms.
“I’ve been working on this project continuously for almost 2 years now, I really love the range of rage and different emotions! I dedicate this one to all of my supporters,” Yung Meme shares with us.
“Focus,” “Amethyst,” and “Hell Boi” are some of the key stand outs on the project so far, the latter of which closing in on 50K streams on Spotify. An audible, personal journey through love, sadness, and uplifting melodies, Easy Come Easy Go is truly a special project.
Stream the album below, and be sure to follow Yung Meme on Instagram to stay up-to-date with his forthcoming releases.
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Tha Vicious & Zayman are back repping Broward county w/ new ‘Hightimes II’ EP | @Vicious_mind89 @zayman_kushgang

Tha Vicious & Zayman are back repping Broward county and bringing Hightimes vibes. The duo are like Cheech and Chong providing seriously dope beats and minor comical humor. Hightimes 2 opens up with Mailman the lead track which recently has had a video released. Tha Vicious and Zayman are bringing Method man and Redman vibes this EP is truly a stoners dream. Zayman take solo route on second track only fans . Then we are graced with the third track ace from the duo. Tha vicious gives us remarkable trap sounds on Gucci Flow. Then the Ep concludes with making plays.


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[Album] Marley G’z – BAGHDAD 2

New from Marley G’z – BAGHDAD 2

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Marley G’z , is a Hip Hop artist from the birth place of Multi platinum recording artist PARDISON FONTAINE.
NEWBURGH NY. Newburgh Ny, is a city 60 miles North of Manhattan.
Growing up in this povery stricken city left Marley G’z with little choice but to learn to survive in the jungle where he was raised. As a reference,the NY based rapper stated in his Song “INTRO” that he is from “a place where the killers get killed”.
With no economy other then the streets Marley G’z paints a vivid picture of what takes place in the hood he is from. With all the melodic tunes & drill rap dominating the musical sound right now. Artist like Marley G’z is a breath of fresh air to the culture and a popular choice for those that in love with Gangster rap. Strong story telling with catchy punch lines seperates the New York artist. Stay tuned. Baghdad 1 & Baghdad 2 on all streaming platform now. Take a listen to HIP HOPS next Savior. It’s G’Z!!

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Number One Sun Releases Hip-Hop Album for Kids

One,Two Grow On by Number One Sun cover image Hip-Hop album for kids

What is the last Hip-Hop album you played for your kids? As a parent, and lover of Hip-Hop, it is hard to find music that is “appropriate” in a family setting. With the new album One, Two Grow On, Number One Sun is up to the challenge. It’s Hip-Hop made for kids, but not just for kids. Funky beats, clever rhymes, and great storytelling will make this a hit with the whole family.

The first song sets the tone, asking “Whatcha Wanna Do? (Have Fun!).” Other songs like “I Think Big,” and “Curiosity,” promote messages of self-worth, social responsibility, and the value of asking questions. The storytelling in “Once Upon A Time…” is superb in delivery, yet simple in subject. Children can relate to it because the rhymes are geared towards their interests. His daughters also join in on several songs, including the hilarious “Pesky Penguins,” and the lovely, reggae-inspired “Let’s Go to the Beach.”

#1 Sun doesn’t forget about the adults in the room either. Listen close and catch references to artists like Run DMC, Slick Rick, 50 Cent and more. The “Tickle skit” is a laugh-out-loud homage to the infamous “Torture” skit on Wu-Tang Clan’s debut album. ODB said “Wu-Tang is for the Children,” but Number One Sun is for everyone with children.

Listen to One, Two Grow On on Spotify, AppleMusic, Amazon Music, or just go to the website  

Children’s books based on favorite songs are coming soon. Look out for The Alphabet Book, (based on “The Alphabet Song”) and “Starlight, Star Bright” illustrated by Number One Sun also!

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[New Album] J-Cool – Trap Remix King

New 12 song album released February 2020 from J-Cool titled ‘Trap Remix King’
This album bring you straight heat and different types of vibes.


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Move over Marshmellow… There’s a new faceless genius

New music producer EyeOnEyez is no rookie in the business of music. Having produced and recorded with Hip Hop heavyweights Gucci Mane, Rick Ross, the late Prodigy of Mobb Deep, TI and even legendary members of the Wu Tang Clan amongst many others, EyeOnEyez’s name and unique sound has been forever cemented in rap culture, respectfully.

EyeOnEyez’s desire to create trap music began in 2015. He learned to play bass and guitar at age 14 with aspirations to become a jazz musician. “Hip hop has always been at the forefront of my goals, so my love for music production drew me back to the studio.” Indubiously known for his unconventional basslines and live instrumental rifts and improvisations, EyeOnEyez was introduced to Wu Tang Clan’s Raekwon, who he continues to credit for his official introduction into the entertainment industry as a connector for the novice producer.

“Having money is great, but being famous is a liability.” -EyeOnEyez, on maintaining anonymity as a well-known producer and music influencer. When asked about his infamous red mask, EyeOnEyez lends to his mysterious, introverted nature. Debuting on the highly anticipated video featuring the late Prodigy as a way to maintain privacy as a public figure, EyeOnEyez described the eeriness surrounding the unreleased visual as “dark” and “creepy as hell”. After the untimely death of Prodigy, EyeOnEyez changed his mask from black to red, symbolizing the transition of his thoughts from a character in a music video representing evil and death to an introverted musical genius.

Stepping from behind the shadows of enigma, the masked super producer taps fellow trap artists, TI, 42 Dugg, Yung Dro and others to debut his first solo project, “Greed and Mystery”. “Greed is a driving force in the world behind many things; no one wants to appear greedy so they veil it in mystery, creating an uncomfortable feeling in society,” he explains, elaborating on the meaning behind the title. “Greed + mystery = creates perception of evil.” With breakout songs such as “We Paid” and “Look What I Got” featuring 42 Dugg, EyeOnEyez explains the inspiration behind the visual concepts. “For ‘Look What I Got’, I pulled ideas from my favorite TV show ‘Rick and Morty’ and classic film ‘Faces of Death’. I used many themes to bring my thoughts to life and used a simple story line to bring everything to life.”

EyeOnEyez continues to inspire an alternative genre of upcoming artists and musicians and offers simple advice: If you love music, you just do it. Most musicians are compulsive. Sometimes it’s against your best interest. Most musicians create music because we have to. It’s in your veins… in your thoughts…ingrained in your every moment of life. Never stop working on your craft. You never know where you may land… or where your imagination may take you.”

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