Hopping on the popular “Hotline Bling” track today is Jamaican Rapper, Vindon. Renaming it “Highest“, Vinny flips the single into an ode to Marijuana and states that only the best of herbs can enter his grinder and his papers. The things weed can do. Blaze one for Vindon as he prepares to release his “2020 EP” in a few weeks. Send him a few bags too so he can pass a few stars. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
You can’t match the High Tunez Gang’s passion as they let you know what they’re striving for in “Different Type Of Hunger“. Produced by Dopant Beats, we hear Tazz, King$ley, Freddy, Chansu, and Miame speak on hustling to make it, living their lives the way they want to, and making it clear that they’ll see success as a family. A crew single, with the addition of female vocals, makes this one to add to your playlist. Something for motivation, check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Flexing his flow today with a new video is Rapper Vindon a.k.a. Young Gorgon. Hopping on Young Thug’s “Check“, Vin speaks about life in Jamaica and giving listeners new music until his new project hits the streets. BluRok domination for 2015 and beyond. “Check” out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Dropping new music from his debut album is Rapper Slim I.D. Accompanied by Michael David they deliver “The Remedy“. Produced by P.Soul, Slim drops lyrics about love, relationships, reflecting on the past, making it in life, being nice on the beats and bringing the remedy while Michael David adds some harmony to this smooth Hip Hop production. Slim I.D.’s “The Initiative” project is now available on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, CD Baby, and Apple Music. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Forming like Voltron with each member having their own lethal dose of bars are the likes of Five Steez, The Sickest Drama, Nomad Carlos and Inztinkz a.k.a. The Council. Titled “Council Arts” and produced by Inztinkz, the members of the newly formed clique reintroduce themselves in the best way they know how effortlessly over a hard hitting production. Having heard their solo works prior, this collaboration screams “Get a EP/Mixtape out now!”. Fortunately they’re working on one so get ready. Jamaican Hip Hop is still on the rise, pay attention! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.