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Mississippi emcee D. Horton is back after the highly successful release of 2016's, "The Sessions 2". To follow up the acclaimed LP, Horton delivers the third installment of the series with "The Sessions 3". Being released as a three part presentation, the first volume is produced by New Message. The pair showcase more of their long-held chemistry with five tracks that are very well packaged. Horton tackles themes of religion, the challenges of being a raper on the rise and much more. Listen to the EP below.

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With the hype of his recently released album Grade A Frequencies, Brooklyn's own Stro helps push th project with this dope new visual. The Video see's Stro in various locations as he explains where the hell he's been, temporarily pausing his amazing acting career to follow his heart with music and more.

Celebrating Easter Sunday, Vitamin Cea is back with her The Walls Group-sampling single "JoyFull Perfection". The Mississippi-born femcee continues to show her versatility by taking this opportunity to release a song that could very easily fall into the gospel genre. She lays strong verses centered around her flaws and relationship with God, with a melodic chorus adding to the song's aura. Joining her on the record with background vocals is Mastad0n, NeoSoooul and Elias.

Charlotte to Seattle newcomer John Alex Harper delivers us his new single 'Egoic Era',  an Ntourage produced track about moving away from the parts of life that are fueled by the ego. The new track comes just 1 month after the release of John's first solo project titled 'Artwork by Funktional People.'

"I wrote this song the night before I moved to Seattle from Charlotte. The song is about letting go of any doubts or fear-based thoughts I was having. I wanted to talk to my own ego, and make a song that reminded me to ignore the thoughts fueled by it. This song is not only a message for others, its a message I felt I need to continue to tell myself." - John Alex Harper

The Northern New Jersey based up-and-coming alternative hip-hop artist "Phenomenal" has recently released his debut mixtape entitled "JANUARY". The 9-track (+1 Bonus Track ft. Young Dirty Bastard) mixtape includes his single, 'Midnight', which features Mr. Muthafukin' eXquire and Dan Robinson, as well as 8 other lyrically and emotionally intense songs from the young NJ hip-hop artist (who wrote all the choruses on the tape as well) which feature guest artists such as Safari Al, Will Wood, Johnny Watkins, Jay Illicit, and more.

LA Underground legend Abstract Rude connects with DJ Vadim for the new mixtape The Owl's Cry. One of music's best kept secrets Abstract Rude continues to show why he's one of the most talented artists to touch a mic, flexing his smooth flow with perfectly placed metaphors and symbolism laced throughout his rhymes. With a unique and distinct tone, Ab separates himself from the average MC with poet like lyricism. Production handled entirely by German born producer DJ Vadim brings a cohesive feel to the project from beginning to end. 

Quality products are hard to come by...E. Smitty and Delaware hip hop duo, Chuck n Lock, collaborate and slice up some gravy. This is just the beginning...the music speaks for itself...keep your ears peeled and don't forget to feed your gremlin.

The incredible duo of emcee Cordova and producer JRSwiftz return as iLL Science to present their forthcoming sophomore effort iLListry. Set to drop this year, the twosome deliver the first offering with the single and video for "Ol Man" which see's them giving us a glance at a crime scene where the two murdered everything with the banging track they created. 

Nostalgically sentimental, an hour long dusty daydream, fulfilled with limited frequencies, tape hiss and vinyl crackle. Lo-fi hiphop as it’s finest. Sound of beattape tries to emulate analog tape record characteristics. Sound results in the synthesis of analog and digital.

Author release describes as “antonym to popular music”.

To close out the second straight month of #FishFrys from Enterprize Entertainment's, G. Fisher, we get an extra special joint. 

Unlike a lot of Guy Fisher knockoffs, G is actually the son of the legend even though we hardly ever hear him speak about it.

"Father" is produced by Kidd Called Quest and is set to be the Intro to their EP "BxRoc" which has already been highly anticpated from fans.

Check out the latest #FishFry below!!

The dope talents of California emcee DiALECT drop this 9 track project idedication to his bro who passed December 11th. Following his critical Andrew Lemonz, he links with the production of Nuttkase, Lloyd Stacks, KNØA, Schadillac and ±±Ding±±.

After his passing, Prince's bass player Ida Nielsen moved home to Denmark and met with fellow Copenhagen native producer Kriswontwo. the two connected and camw up with this cool little remix for her new album.

Legendary Detroit emcee Phat Kat and Berlin bred DJ/Producer DJ Dister release their new album "The S.O.S. Project"Standing for "So Old School" Dister’s soulful but dusty-break laden beats (which defined the J Dilla/Slum Village era) provides the perfect backdrop for Kat’s fiery 90’s honed flow. 10 tracks with that good ol Hip Hop feel to please your ears with features form A-Minus, DJ Dez, La Peace and Ron D.

As a New York City and international underground artist, Priest was born and raised in Detroit, and began sharpening his craft at the age of 8 or 9. "Forever" describes the quest for life, love and happiness, and ponders the beauty and the ugliness, the escapism and the free-will, and the motivation and the side effects that come with human involvement. The line between love and life is driven around the best and worst of the pursuit of both: No matter how much you want to escape from both, it is a conditional surrender that still manages to emanate hope.