Jamaican Producer Kris Karz has been keeping himself busy lately. With the launch of his Kngly Studios Brand and Website, he’s churning out dope Productions for various Artists. Recently he teamed up with Singer Trust to cover Producer/Musician/Singer Thundercat’s 2015 single, “Them Changes“. With Kris handling the Piano duties, Trust delivers the lyrics in a beautiful Acoustic set that I guarantee will bring a brighter mood with every listen. While the Funk influenced original is a dope listen, this Acoustic cover with a little Rap is just fitting on this Sunday afternoon. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
In preparation for his upcoming Mixtape, Safaree has been dropping various Freestyles to build a buzz. Recently he premiered the video for one of the singles off the tape. Titled “If You Violate“, this was directed by WAM and here we see the StuntGang General hitting the streets with his Biker Gang and letting you know what’s up if you “diss di link” over OT Genasis’ popular “Cut It” Instrumental. Safaree’s “Real Yard Vibes Vol. 1” Mixtape drops on Monday July 18, be sure to stay tuned to 13thStreetPromotions.com for its release! Watch the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
We all have our own variety of Vices, whether it’s gaming, puffing herb, or even binge watching Anime. Today, Acmatic is back from a small hiatus to share their “Vices” Music Video. Featuring King Lopo fresh from dream land, he looks back at the wild night he has had through the means of a Snapchat story. While the group has been known to bond with a few beers and the Wray & Nephew White Rum, they ask today, “What’s Your Vice?“. Share yours in the comments section. Good to see the team back on track, be on the look out for more in 2016! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
It’s been a couple weeks since the Trini fire starters Jimmy October and Jay Nahge dropped their “Something To Believe In” EP, nonetheless they keep the buzz going with their latest video titled “You Don’t Know Me“. Shot in Trinidad by Dominic Koo, the two continue to prove that T&T is more than Soca music as they speak on fake associates, their rise to the top, and of course repping their “OverDose” brand. If you haven’t been familiar with them, check out their “Something To Believe In” project now! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
While he announced the new EP recently, Rapper Five Steez kicks off his “HeatRockz” campaign with a first single. Titled “Dirty Couch” and produced by Mordecai Beats, Steez slows it down and makes cookie cutter Rappers who are a liability to the culture know it’s time to pack it up or feel his wrath. Aiming to bring back the essence to the music, Five Steez is tired of those who dilute it and has enough artillery for when they step to him. A head banging number, be on the look out for more from the “Yard Nigga Rap” MC as he chefs it up with Mordecai in the lab. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
It would be weird if the Summer season came and went without a DJ Fusion Mixtape. While his previous freestyle mix gained positive reviews, fans wanted more from the DJ. Today he teamed up with FratSquad to present his “KxngFvse” Mixtape! Featuring over an hour of Dancehall and Hip Hop hits and Fuse’s signature juggling, I’d just advise you to turn up your speakers, open every window, and rock the neighbourhood! It’s Mixtape Season, and Fusion is locked and loaded! Stop what you’re doing, check out the Mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.