If you’re familiar with the current wave of Jamaican Rappers, you know some have adapted to the “Trap Music” style that started out in Atlanta. While the style has been modified since first coming out, it has gone on to be a pretty trendy style that crossed over to even Dancehall. One of the Atlanta Rappers who’s running with the modern style of Trap Music is Dre 2X with his single, “My Drip“. Produced by Keyraze, Dre sticks to his Atlanta sound as he ensures you won’t catch him slipping when it comes to his everyday lifestyle. This one is for those who stay flexing, getting to the money, and blocking the haters. The “Drip” isn’t for free. With a mixtape on the way, Dre is working on getting his name out there, and being respected with some of the familiar names in ATL. Get familiar with Dre 2X by checking out the track below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
Hey Rvssian, you a gwaan wid tings enuh! With his name creating waves in the Latin America market thanks to his contribution to many singles, Rvssian continues his path to greatness in the Latin Trap sector as well. Having made noise with his Sfera Ebbasta featured “Pablo” a couple months ago, he puts the track on a US flight to ATL’s Trap Music scene for the remix featuring Rappers MoneyBagg Yo, Rich The Kid, and Lil Baby! Expect a lot of money talk and endless trapping on this one, just ensure you’re wearing a Gucci Tracksuit with matching sneakers with the money phones pressed to your ear throughout. What will Rvssian take on next? Check out “Pablo (Remix)” below, and share with a friend. Show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
Music genres, nations, and personalities clashed in the latest staging of the Red Bull Culture Clash on August 25! Held today at 787 Windsor in Atlanta, Georgia, we got to witness the clash of a few titans in numerous rounds of “Tune fi tune, dub fi dub” Sound System sparring. Featuring “Team Unruly” which was lead by Dancehall Artist Popcaan (who was unfortunately absent), “Disturbing LDN” which was lead by Recording Artist Tinie Tempah, “Enjoy Life” which was lead by Producer WondaGurl, and “Ear Drummers” which was lead by Producer MikeWillMadeIt. Lots of surprises and upsets in this session, but if you missed it, don’t worry! Check out the repeat below, and enjoy!
US based Rapper Zuse has been on the radar of many since his debut. The Jamaica born Rapper never stopped repping Yaad and he continues to do so on his recently released Mixtape, “Trench Zuse“! A collaboration with Production Duo Nard and B, Zuse fires off lyrics about the Trap, the Zooly life, making something out of nothing, and showing love to his crew over some dark Production with assistance from XL, DJ Spinz, Jay Nasty, Bobby Kritical and DJ Plugg. From the Gully to the Block to the Trap to the Trenches, they all share the same struggle and toil to be successful. Di baddest ting in Farrin! Check out the Mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
It’s a clash of cultures, languages, and music in today’s Music Video from Morgan Lavoz, Dreggae and Buba Clan in “Mil Maneras (Thousand Ways)“. Directed by SeanG, these 3 acts take over the studio to drop a bilingual number for the ladies! Stick around at the end for a snippet of Morgan and Buba’s collaboration. For the Espanol lover in you! What do you think of it? Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
With the popularity of ATL based Rappers Migos’ “Look At My Dab” and the “Dab” movement, DJ Jer decided to create a dope remix featuring Vybz Kartel. Titled “Come Inna Di War Come Dab“, Jer flips Kartel’s “Inna Di War” with the Migos hit to bring together Dancehall and Hip Hop listeners for a Dab session. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.