Mike Martin keeps the momentum going and wants to make sure you remember him. He drops another new remix, this time jacking Meek Mill’s “Monster” track to flip for his liking. Look for his BNC project soon as this will lead up to it. Stream/download below.
Chicago’s Marvelous hasn’t been making music very long but he bares his soul for us on one of his first releases. Taking a sampled track from Serious Beats, Marvelous gives us the landscape of the city and what he’s gone through, prevailing and proclaiming that he’s still the ish after all of it. This is the first track released from his I Accept Your Apology project that will drop before the end of the year. Stream below.
Building off of the success of his Planets project earlier this year, Kevin Lavitt has been playing shows and rocking festivals since then. He’s back on the internet with a new single and video that is full of sultry dancing, paint explosions, stage lighting, and choreography that would upstage Napoleon Dynamite by a landslide. Featuring Thig Nat of The Physics, you can check it out below.
Texas’ Domangue gets the help of Da Freestyle King Lil’ Flip for his latest single and it’s groovy. “Hell Or High Water” has the two talking about days when they didn’t have anything while on the grind to riches and finer things. In typical Texas fashion, we get the second part of the track chopped and screwed before the tempo gets sped up again. Stream below.
Going from having it all to nothing can make anyone feel lost. Tawaine Hall took all of that pain and misery of losing people, the loss of someone major in his music life and his fiance leaving, and put it into his music. Pain makes for the best music so what you can expect from Lost is seven tracks of Hall letting loose and coping. He did the production with help from Big Tra, QWNTN, and Dancinatra with features from Da Deputy, Mz. Fortune, Jaeson Green, and Brandon Marcel. Stream available below.
The signs are always there but we choose to ignore them until they’re too late. Relationships, friendships, life: this happens for everything. Pittsburgh’s Tairey drops the third video from his Celestial project, one that has him wondering if he’s seeing the right things. “I know that love could be strong/I’m not sure it can save me” is such a dope line because this is something a lot of people think about when getting in a relationship. Check out the video below and his project here.