Bronx native Cash Cobain is widely considered one of NYC’s top upcoming producers and some even credit him as the Sample God.
The 10 track album is true to what made Don Q so popular in the first place. Gritty street tales over some great production. Last night Don Q held a listening party in Manhattan’s Lower East Side at Sweet Chick. Some of NYC’s top emerging industry figures were in attendance to enjoy some delicious food and take in Don’s latest work.
Neek Bucks has been putting on for Harlem for a while and that doesn’t look to be stopping anytime soon.… Read more Harlem’s Neek Bucks Releases New EP “Invisible Scars”
“NOT A DISS” is another banger released by C Blu & Set Da Trend who are both making noise in the buzzing Bronx Drill scene.
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.”
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.
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”
Long Beach’s Joey Fatts is one of the most underrated rappers not only in Cali, but in the entire music… Read more Joey Fatts Takes A Trip To Harlem IN New “Dead & Gone” Visual Featuring Dave East
“Turnt” is another good showing from two artists well-versed in New York drill music.
Described by Chris Brown as being “the hardest shit out right now,” “Gyalis” (a popular patois term to describe a player/playboy) peaked at #1 on Apple’s R&B/Soul charts as well as landing the #1 spot on Shazam’s Top 100 in the United States.