(Chicago, IL) - After finding a wave of success with his Twista featured song that was perfect for the holiday season, MJ returns with "Strong" a song from his ChicagoParis project thats on the cusp of its release. Fans of MJ's work can follow him on both Twitter and IG at @MJGrizz. The young Chicago bred emcee has a R&B feel to his music while combining rap to his music, merging the music for a nice blend that is trending right now as far as sound goes.
(Philadelphia, PA) - With a consistent social media base and a real movement in the streets, Philly rapper and Ape Gang affiliate Garci returns with a freestyle over one of the hottest songs in the country. Jackin for beats on Chedda da Connect's hit song "Flick of Da Wrist," Garci proves why he has such a strong buzz in Philly. The song will be featured on Garci's Gangland proeject set for release in the coming months.
(Pittsburgh, PA) - Having been bubbling as a mixtape king in the streets of Pittsburgh several years prior to joining Wiz Khalifa on the Waken Baken tour in 2010, Chevy Woods‘ legacy is well-renowned in his hometown as he’s continued to make waves abroad with the Taylor Gang. “Now That I’m Up” follows Woods‘ SXSW I Love Texas EP, which he released during the week of the festival, and his Gangland 3 mixtape, which released at the top of the year.
Co-produced by fellow Pittsburgher Sledgren and Chicagoan RMB Justize, the trunk-rattling trap beat for “Now That I’m Up” compliments Chevy Woods‘ boastful auto-tuned raps. Filmed just south of Pittsburgh, blue and red coloring detach Woods from the grayscale backgrounds of a construction yard and vintage car garage, which bares a TGOD graffiti tag.
Meet Louis Quinn; a hip hop recording artist from The Bronx, New York.Growing up in the South Bronx, during the time of Terror Squad, Ruff Ryders, and D-Block. Also at a time also when New York Bloods was terrorizing the streets, Quinn became no stranger to the lifestyle his music depicts. After repeating the 10th grade, Quinn dropped out of high school and began spending most of his time in the streets. Later that year, he was brought in by a friend to work at a record store on Hunts Point in The Bronx, Quinn then was introduced to another aspiring rapper who encouraged him to pick up a pen and start writing. Originally using the name Ronnie Sparkz " (he eventually changed it to Louis Quinn to pay homage to his father and grandfather) In the mid 2000's Quinn was also part of the rap group Take Money. Recording at Hollyhood Studios in Mt. Vernon which was home to the D Block's Self Proclaimed King Of Beats, Vinny Idol; who took a liking, even hosted a mixtape.