(New York, NY) Hip-Hop legend DJ Kay Slay leaked a few records from his recent compilation mixtape last week, including "Remainder," "Respect," and "Spit Game Proper." Today the New York boss delivers another highlight from the full project, Shadow of the Sun, which rounds out some big time New York looks.
Features on the project include Dave East, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, Prodigy, Cory Gunz, Gunplay, Vado, Raekwon, Papoose, Smoke DZA, Bodega Bamz, Troy Ave, Uncle Murda, Jon Connor, Sheek Louch, Mysonne and King Bo.
Take a listen to the most recent highlight from the project "Can You Imagine" ft King Bo, Vado and Mysonne below and make sure to check out Shadow of the Sun on DatPiff.
(Orangeburg, South Carolina) - Its a been a tumultuous several months for the state of South Carolina. First the shooter who killed nine in the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in the summer and now floods are destroying property across the state this week. But despite the tough times, Roc & Yella have persevered despite it all and are continuing to make their music heard.
Despite having "Lost Alot" they are still pushing and making strides on their local rap scene. Kicking things off this Fall, the group is pushing the street ready song, "Lost Alot." The song details all they have lost on their way to achieving their goals of stardom in Hip-Hop and is theme local fans on their scene can appreciate given the circumstances in South Carolina.
"During the time we made this song we were both going through each of the situations that we talk about in the song, so this is real life situations we felt so it was easy to write this son…
(Dallas, TX) - With his real buzz growing via sites like Hip-HopDx, Noisey and other southern staples like TrapsNTrunks, ThaFixx and Dirty Glove Bastard, Dallas rapper G.U.N. is prepared to unload on the Hip-Hop world with his new EP which is a prelude to this G.U.N. Theory EP.
Produced entirely by Franchise Beats, G.U.N. is kicking in the door with his single "My Trap." G.U.N. completely embodies all that is the trap and he absolutely demolishes this slow paced trap anthem definitely worth the repeat play. From finessing pills to moving weight, G.U.N. flips the beat and accompanies his verse with spastic overdubs that only he could create.
"Franchise Beats has that sound, and I just knew I wanted to work with him more and more as we began to work together more and more," G.U.N. explained. "He sounds like a young 808 or a young Metro Boomin."
G.U.N.'s label (DEMG) has snowballed in to Dallas' most popular youth movement on the …