“Watch The Sky Fall 2” featuring Royce da 5’9″, Koncept’s latest release from the album Champagne Konny, shows a solemn side to the New York artist. Dropping the album at the end of 2019, Koncept has been gaining high notoriety all over the world. Grammy nominations, Hip Hop Kemp Festival in Czech Republic, two European Tours, and selling out shows across the United States. Catch up with Koncept on Instagram @champagnekonny and Twitter @koncept
Produced by Venom, the precursor to Neighborhood Nate’s next project comes in the form of “Came From Nothing”. Aggressive and fast paced, the Detroit artist tackles daily issues that make him who he is.
The Taglines EP, the latest effort from Detroit MC Nametag Alexander, features production from J. Quest, Nameless, JR Swiftz, and more. The EP is also available for streaming and downloading on all digital platforms including Bandcamp, Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, and iTunes.
Now available on iTunes, Detroit artist/producer Nolan The Ninja releases his brand new EP, f-ck the hype. The 23-year old covers topics of struggle, triumph, determination with guest appearances from Phat Kat, Hassaan Mackey and more.
Detroit’s A-Minus and producer Arsenic join forces to create the new project The Dog Ate My HomeWork. With guest appearances from Guilty Simpson, Ruste Juxx, Chavis Chandler and more, The Dog Ate My HomeWork focuses on using hip hop music to escape hard times and darkness.
Detroit’s DJ Young Mase puts together a dope posse cut featuring K-Deezy, Sino, T Dot Raines and Dash. “Fuck The City Up” is from Young Mase’s recent release Who Run The Streets, available over on Datpiff.
Hip hop heavyweights Eminem and Royce Da 5’9″ team up once again, this time pairing with Philly production duo CertiFYDmusic and SaromSoundz. “Raw” appears on Shady/Interscope Records’ Southpaw movie soundtrack, available now on iTunes.
To keep the streets abuzz, the multi-platinum selling Obie Trice has released a new track for those who who pre-order a digital copy of “The Hangover” on iTunes. Produced by Atlanta’s M-Millz, “Dealer” features Obie trading bars with his former label mate and G-Unit henchman Young Buck as well as upcoming Detroit artist Tone Tone.