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.
This summer alone, Westside Gunn’s has opened up a brick and mortar location for his Buffalo Kids boutique in his hometown in which he hosted a live in-store art show with Dave East to unveil the original painting/artwork for Dave’s project, Hoffa. Gunn also executive produced and appeared on Mach Hommy’s “Pray For Haiti”: album as well as collaborating with Travis Scott for a new song, “Lost Forever,” which was premiered at the Dior fashion show in Paris.
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.
During our interview Ashoka did hint at the possibility of a new album being dropped possibly before the end of the year. If “Outta My Bag” is a taste of what’s to come, listeners have all rights to be excited.
Shawny Binladen is currently NYC’s “sample god”. The Queens rapper is known for his flow and his patented “sample drill” (which I’m dubbing it). Shawny has quickly became one of the most popular artist in NYC while still not hitting the mainstream.
Rich Rhymer is a hidden gem in Harlem whose cut from the same cloth as a Ma$e and Camron.