Oliver Tree Releases Vibrant New Single “Movement”

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Oliver Tree is back with a hearty dose of bounce and rhythm. There is no doubt that Tree has provided us with some truly inspiring tracks to listen to, and “Movement” is no different. Consistently merging genres and breaking the musical mold, he is setting the stage for something that’s truly unique and its no

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SAYMYNAME Drops Heater “The Most” Featuring Karra

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SAYMYNAME is rapidly becoming a pioneer of a new hard dance music genre #hardtrap, yes that hashtag should be used by you and your amigos y amigas. Rising to prominence dropping the hard-hitting track with Slander “I Can’t Escape” the world quickly realized this was going to be the real deal. He has quickly become

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KHAI – For You

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After a year long break, the producer and instrumentalist Khai is back with an impressive sound and a brand new single. “For You” was one of those songs that comes on and you’re at first intrigued but don’t notice too much, for whatever reason. Then it sits in your head for a while and you

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Midsplit Releases Hip Hop Oriented Single “Fall Out”

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Dj/producer Midsplit has been on fire lately, releasing track after track and capturing the notice of a lot of big artists such as Steve Void and Nicky Romero. This artist has been on an absolute roll and it doesn’t seem like he plans on stopping anytime soon. Midsplit recently released a hip hop oriented track

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SPEAK Easy – King of Wakanda

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SPEAK Easy isn’t your typical hip-hop MC. This dude, born and raised in Milwaukee, delivers a no-nonsense, heavy hitting flow on his latest tune “King of Wakanda.” Reminiscent of the enormous energy of Kendrick Lamars “good kid, m.A.A.d city,” SPEAK Easy spares no time unleashing powerful vibes onto a bass heavy beat. However, it’s not

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Kendrick Lamar makes history as the first rapper to win Pulitzer Prize for 2017’s masterful ‘DAMN.’

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Kendrick Lamar Duckworth has just made history.

Nowhere in the Pulitzer Prize’s 101 year history of recognizing the most impactful cultural milestones in literature, journalism, and music, had the esteemed designation ever gone to a piece of hip-hop — that is, until DAMN. For those that never thought hip-hop would take it this far, Kendrick Lamar has now provided the fork to eat those words with. For the first time ever, the Pulitzer Prize has been awarded to a rapper, and ironically, it came before he could add an Album of the Year Grammy to his credentials. At this point though, suffice it to say that Kendrick’s grandeur has surpassed that of a golden gramophone anyway.

Now, as if there was conceivably a shred of doubt left, Kendrick Lamar has undisputedly cemented himself as one of contemporary music’s most prolific writers. What’s more is that this isn’t just a landmark music award going to a more than deserving musician, but a signal to the changing of the times. Rap is more than rhymes and 808’s, it’s an art form, and with a young crop of artists on the rise directly influenced by Lamar’s masterwork on DAMN., the future of hip-hop looks especially bright.

Destructo announces new SiriusXM radio show, debuts elbow-throwing hip-hop cut with Busta Rhymes, ‘F**king Sh*t Up’

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Destructo‘s Rolodex of rappers just grew by one legendary associate — Busta Rhymes. And while Gary Richards normally recruits his favorite rhymers for his signature G-house products, this time around, the pair go all in on a apologetically through-and-through hip-hop beat, aptly titled, “F**king Sh*t Up.” The title leaves no room for subtlety. The track is a mean-mugging, elbow-throwing trap piece with Busta locked in to delivering his characteristically gruff super-spits over tight hi-hat rolls and snappy snare hits. The track comes in conjunction with an exciting announcement from the LiveStyle president’s camp.

Debuting on SiriusXM on April 12, Destructo’s new AMFAMFAMF Radio program will launch on the newly christened Diplo’s Revolution channel. The weekly radio show, slotted for Thursday nights, will showcase the new AMF brand and presumably include numerous cameos by Destructo’s legendary friends circle. Keeping a packed itinerary as per usual, Richards’ All My Friends road stretch is now on sale as his summer tour dates begin to heat up. With a new radio show launching, a tour nearly underway, and a brand new hit to rinse out all summer long, expect Destructo to be in your line of sight at almost every turn.

Ethan Payton – Turn Me Down (Prod. Samuel Hudgens & Charley Cooks)

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Ethan Payton is one of my favorite up and coming hip-hop acts. This dude hails from Milwaukee and delivers some of the best sounds I’ve heard from an independent rap artist. With phenomenal production and high flying lyrics, his latest track, “Turn Me Down,” is certainly a breath of fresh air. Taking a page from

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Getter is Catching Some Heat on His New Music and We Can’t Help But Wonder, Why?

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Getter has made a name for himself in the Electronic Music scene over the years with his hard hitting bass sound. Delivering some of the raddest sounds to the World, the American DJ/Producer has garndered on of the largest bass followings in the United States. Over the past year or so, the San Jose native

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William Darc – My Drug

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This is an interesting hip-hop project I recently came across. The artist’s name is William Darc and on his new single, “My Drug” he’s showing a lot of talent as both a producer and vocalist. The song has a creative arrangement and he uses the virtues of minimalism to the maximum effect. With just a

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