Brockhampton is getting ready for a big year, watch their video for “Cannon” here


Brockhampton had a great 2016, the individual artists who make up the group all grew by themselves and that growth is apparent in their newest song/ video “Cannon.” Kevin Abstract, Merelyn Woods, Don McLennon, Bearface and Ameer Vann all contribute to the track. The group will hopefully be dropping the follow up to their 2016 project All American Trash in the coming months. Watch “Cannon” below and if you haven’t listened to All American Trash please familiarize yourself.

Written by Jesse Wiles

The People’s Champ: MadeinTYO joins in on Uber boycott. #LyftEverywhere


MadeinTYO the rapper behind the hit single “Uber Everywhere” has come out in defiance of the car service Uber. After Uber CEO’s involvement in the divisive Trump presidency and trying to profit off Trump’s Muslim ban by lifting surge pricing at JFK the other night people took to twitter to tweet “#DeleteUber.” The NY taxi union also suspended rides to the airport for an hour in support of their drivers. Lyft’s CEO also took to twitter to release a statement and promised to donate $1 million to the ACLU. TYO also had a few tweets announcing he would no longer be Ubering everywhere. Check out the tweets below and #DeleteUber.unspecified-1.pngunspecified.pngunspecified-2.png

Written by Jesse Wiles

Matt Martians, member of the band The Internet, releases solo album ‘The Drum Chord Theory’


Matt Martians’ The Drum Chord Theory has been the most pleasant musical surprise of 2017 thus far (I know it’s early). His debut solo album spans 12 tracks and features him singing for the first time in his career. The album was recorded in his childhood home of Atlanta and features a wide array of sounds. Two of the standout tracks are “Diamond in Da Ruff” and “Found Me Some Acid Tonight” which features Steve Lacy. Check out the full project below.

Written by Jesse Wiles

LA rapper/ producer Blvc Svnd drops off a new tape titled ‘DIVO’


Blvc Svnd might not have mainstream appeal, but he doesn’t seem to care. His style sounds like it was inspired by MadeinTYO, Rae Sremmurd and the darker aesthetics of Eminem or Tyler The Creator paired with the aggressiveness of a Denzel Curry. The 18 year old’s delivery is very nasally and borderline lazy, he might be recording from a reclining chair. However, he still manages to create catchy bangers with the perfect amount of calculated dissonance. His project DIVO appears to be the ideal embodiment of this young artists career up to this point. Check it out below you won’t be disappointed.

Written by Jesse Wiles

Stream Von Alexander’s new album ‘Mayhem1993’


Milwaukee isn’t usually high on the list of hip-hop hot beds, but the the city north of Chicago has been making waves in the past two years and at the forefront of the movement is Von Alexander. The 23 year old’s latest effort comes in the form of Mayhem1993. The album is an interesting assortment of sounds, from Atlanta to Chicago, and a range of tones varying from introspective to braggadocios, with the end result being a fast paced taste of what Milwaukee has to offer.

Written by Jesse Wiles