Check out the video premiere of South Fulton Music‘s latest single, “Atlanta”. This ATL street anthem is produced by Selah Beats and also features rap artist Cadallac. The video is directed by 8690 Productions and does a great job of representing for the city known as the capital of the south.
Hip-Hop tandem South Fulton Music represents a sense of relief to those with an appetite for quality in today’s rap. While countless artists continue to replicate popular trends for acceptance, members Mr. Green, Dione Bell and Bigg Dane stand their ground, and demonstrate to the world that real Hip-Hop is still alive. In an industry saturated with artists who only discuss fantasies of riches, South Fulton Music explores real-life situations with a message that is relatable to the average person. The trio masterfully employs a unique mix of Rap and R&B melodies, while remaining true to the essence of the Dirty South. With a dynamic flair and unique sound, South Fulton is determined to bring integrity back to the reputation of rap music.
Check out this new joint from 23 year old New England native Jep Roadie. The song is entitled “SuperHeros”. The production is nice and the lyrical content is dope. I wish much success to Jep Roadie, support this upcoming artist by listening to the track below.
“Speaking as the “lone wolf” that they always refer to, I can tell you what comes of seclusion. Plenty of self awareness and the yearning to save. Not in the way most “rappers” use the term nowadays. But in the traditional sense. Actually saving someone’s life. Of course, it is just an extension of our overall humanity and willingness to put others before ourselves. Nonetheless, I did not choose to save. I do not like to save. I simply need to save. It cannot be controlled. By day, I can’t really stand most human interaction. I find most to be self absorbed and simply lost. Most are lost because of the devices used to distract the world. But by night, I am the one howling at the moon in hopes it will reply. I don’t do this for recognition. I do not do this for monetary gain. It would be much easier to rob a bank than to become a superstar. I pretty much do this for a family member, I am yet to meet. I do it so that a lost soul may be revived by one of these recordings. The lone wolf always seems to be lonely. But maybe inside his heart, lives the voices of all. This is no sermon. I am not preaching. This is no attempt at being something I am not. I am writing this in hopes that someone will relate. That someone will understand what I am saying or how I feel. Until then, I will continue to write these songs. Everyone is a Super Hero in someone’s eyes. Ideas like that make life worth living. I love you. Sincerely, A 90’s baby, who was given PTSD.”
Well most celebrities put on hoodies, have security surround them..or sneak in back doors to shop so theyre not scene. Well Kanye West stands on tables and makes sure people acknowledge his damn presence. Lol Kanye takes pictures with fans!
Legit Paper artist and Cleveland, Ohio’s native son, Ray Jr, ended last year on a strong note by delivering the official visual for his street anthem “Same Crew” (currently playing on MTV 2). Returning for the first time this year, Ray reaches back into…
Mr. Miyagi is known as a karate master, but is given a new twist by the Migos in their new cut of the same name. Check out the Zaytoven and Cassius Jay produced track below. Finesse: The Soundtrack is coming soon.