Steel City artist Lil D recruits the Midwest's Ray Jr to re enact Sir Mix A lot Posse On Broadway,
with a deep baseline produced by Big Head on the Beat, the two go back and forth about whats happening
in the streets of the midwest.
(Los Angeles, CA) - In Los Angeles, there's a lot of myths about the ways of life in the streets. There's also a lot of truth to what people say about the struggles of coming up in South Central, one of America's most notoriously dangerous inner cities.
If anyone knows the truth of the matter, its LA bred talent Wallet Green who remained neutral despite growing up just blocks away from regular gang violence and other dangerous street activity.
But with a focus to be more and having found success with the songs, "Sittin High" and "Let Me See Something" early on in his career, Wallet Green built on his early successes eventually releasing and ode to his hometown "LA" featuring RJ and Compton AV.
Now Wallet Green is prepping for his new EP, with the song "Don't Cha," produced by an Atlantic Records signed producer named "Composer" and is mixed and mastered by famed production group 1500 or Nothin.
(ANTIOCH, California) - If you know about finessin', then you know about the trap and all the things that come with that world. Enter, Paul Allen a rapper well versed in the language of the streets and the life that comes with the trap lifestyle.
While not glorifying the life of drugs and trafficking but focusing more on the work ethic and a drive to be the best, Paul Allen is preparing for the release of his sequel effort Finesse Kid 2. To prepare for the release the SODMG affiliated artist is releasing his Zaytoven produced song, "Trap House."
"We shot the video live from the homie's house where we hang out at. The song is called "Trap House" so it was only right that I took it to the trap. It's just me and the homies doing what we normally do. There's traps all around the world, So on this visual I'm showing the people my version of that," Paul Allen explained
From the hoods to the 'burbs, the trap has taken over and in…
(Las Vegas, NV) - Continuing the onslaught of content having released videos for "All Day," "Smokin & Sippin" and "Mo Fucka" all within the past few months, the Sin City sipper So Gaudy returns with a posse cut all about smoking that OG weed aptly titled, "All I Smoke Is OG."
So Gaudy has rolled with a familiar theme by sticking with what his fans love most - that good good. In the video So Gaudy and the GRE team spark Backwood after Backwood for all of us delivering a leaned out and smoked out video. While few can match blunt for blunt, cup for cup with So Gaudy and his crew, they challenge fans and media to go video by video to vibe with all the music and visuals they have been delivering over the past few months. Amazing to see their work ethic given how much weed they smoke and lean they sip.
"I think going through the accidents and going through the 3 different times when God almost took my life def changed me. You kno…
LeBron James isn’t the only thing poppin’ in Cleveland, Ohio. Newcomer Kipp Stone is starting to make a name for himself, in and out of his hometown. The 23-year-old ryhme-slinger broke out after releasing “30FTALL” and hasn’t looked back. Now he’s gearing up to release a new project that should show off his lyrical prowess. He told XXL, “Next I’m working on a mixtape called The Grand Desire. I’m just constantly busy writing and making beats; just to the top from here man. [Laughs]” Get to know Kipp Stone in this week’s edition of The Break.—Emmanuel C.M.
Name: Kipp Stone
I grew up listening to: Mostly I would listen to anything my dad would listen to. He was heavy into music. He made music. My dad used to make super ’90s R&B music. He would listen to a lot of the classics like Earth, Wind & Fire and classic rap like Mos Def and Rakim and stuff like that. But when I finally got into rap I was listening to a lot of Eminem, Talib Kweli and of course B…