By now, you’re more than familiar with the style Sikai brings to the table as far as his music is concerned. The Connecticut has been in the studio night, after night, creating countless new tracks. Recently, Sik was in the studio vibing to Ricky Hil’s Lost Limos 5 project in-between recording sessions. His favorite off the tape was “You Girl (The Abortion Story),” so he decided to unofficially remix the track and tack a verse to the end of the production. What came out was a new piece of work that sounded like it could’ve been the original.
After the release of “My City’s Hope” last week, up and coming rapper from Dallas, Erreon Lee, returns with another track revolving around his hometown. This time, the young MC gives us one letting us know he’s been getting some where in away from home, but now he’s back and he’s ready to claim the entire city. This will precede releases of new work leading up to his Basquait EP, dropping March 25th.
Houston, Texas artist Jamie Hancock delivers a song from his up and coming EP ALPHA entitled “Drunk” over a smooth beat provided by producer Carnage. Be on the look out for more music from Jamie Hancock on his website. www.jamie-hancock.com and don’t forget to follow him @jamiehancock_
Keeping up their consistent streak of dropping new material, the YGRF boys let another track fly tonight. Jae Thrillz comes for Jimmy Hayes’ crown as YGRF Hook King with his catchy hook on the group’s latest single, “Slow Down.” Thrillz & Looch trade aggressive verses over tough production from Johnny Juliano. Take heed and slow down, if you know what’s best for you.
Submission of the second single from Chicago artist Henny B called “All Love” produced by King Mickey from her EP “Breathe Again” which drops on April 8th, 2014! Henny B will be releasing songs and video leading up to the release of the project. Release party, as well as performances to be announced.
Many thought the Atlanta rapper was hard at work on an upcoming project titled Patience, but that’s not the case. Ca$h Out has parted ways with Epic Records and recently entered a joint venture that partners his Bases Loaded Records with eOne Music. The deal is said to be worth $3.2 million, which can quickly turn into nearly $6 million with incentives. DJ Drama, DJ Don Cannon, and DJ Sense were all instrumental in Ca$h Out linking with the well known distribution company.
Ca$h Out has already released singles “Mexico,” “She Twerkin,” and “Let’s Get It,” which will all be featured on his upcoming album, also titled Let’s Get It. For his newest release, he comes through with visuals for another track that will also find a home on the album, which is currently set to reach us late summer/early fall.
After getting acquainted with The Board Administration thanks to Wale’s efforts, and affiliate Black Cobain’s movement, the imprint is ready to push their first lady, Mz. Sasha. Utilizing popular quotes from Martin to set the tone throughout her new single, Sasha shows exactly why BOA is ready to provide a platform. “Hollywood Talk” puts all the bullshit to the side, leaving room for Mz. Sasha to get directly to the point — real raps. Expect her new mixtape, Sasha And The City, to arrive on Valentine’s Day.
“You Better Not” is a new single of M.A.K.’S album The S.M.A.K. (OUT NOW). The song is a West coast Collab with DPG artist Roscoe and N-Crowd Artists Takticz and Maryann. The track features production from N8 the Gr8. The S.M.A.K. is also featuring Gucci Mane, Keak Da Sneak, (Previously Unreleased) Mac Dre, J. Diggs, and Terin Thompson