Don Mykel is a name from Harlem that everyone should pay attention to. Although he is young, Don has been making a name for himself as one of the best artist in all of Harlem World. Today he makes his debut to the Kool Korner with his brand new single “360.”
is also an Hip Hop Public Health Advisory Board Member, and leader of the legendary hip-hop group Public Enemy, is bringing awareness to colorectal cancer.
Boston’s emerging star Oompa is back on our page with the release of new single “Outta Patience”. The third single from Oompa’s forthcoming album “UNBOTHERED”. Oompa flexes her lyrical muscles once again as he expresses the feelings of running out of patience which we all experience at some part in our journey.
Rocky Ballin & 26AR are giving me 2016 A Boogie & Don Q vibes and I would love to see a tape from the two while they’re both on the come up.
Lil Moe is Chicago’s newest star poised for the spotlight and, at just 16 years old, he’s hungry to prove his skyrocketing singles are the future. Lil Moe is a descendent of the Drill music legends that came out of his city before him.
Ricky’s fundamental themes has enabled him to work with the likes of Juicy J, Trippie Redd, A$AP Mob, DaBaby, Demi Lovato, Jennifer Lopez, and Wiz Khalifa (Ricky P is responsible for “See You Again”).
ter in Atlanta, GA. The Butterfly Tour will include shows at Brooklyn Steel in New York City (October 24) and St. Andrews Hall in Queen’s hometown of Detroit (October 28). The tour, which will conclude on November 22 at The Showbox in Seattle.
Compton’s Jay Worthy is back on our page with a new project. This time tapping in with frequent collaborator T.F & Budgie in the form of new project “The Ballard Of A Dope Head”. The 11 track project features that classic west coast sound that is reminiscent of 90’s west coast Hip-hop.
ormation out on the rapper so I had to base this article off of his Instagram and music. First things first Skyte’s music is fire. Yes you can compare it to other “SounCloud” rap but it’s different. SKYTE is adding a slick brand of wordplay that allows him to standout.
Brooklyn’s 26AR has been one of the most consistent upcoming acts in the whole game. Each week you’re almost guaranteed… Read more 26AR Is Back With A New Visual For “Beautiful Glock”