After giving listeners a taste of what’s to come, Rapper Karma Crew kept his promise and released his new project, “Audiophilia“! Featuring 11 tracks, Karma wants to ensure that listeners new and old get a good portion of product as he continues to exhibit his ability to handle the beats and records. With Kali Grn, MoulaUE, Daley, Bird, and Walt assisting on a few tracks, Mobay’s presence will surely be felt on this one. From the West, to the East, to the world, it’s time to tune in. Check out “Audiophilia” below, and share with a friend. Show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
Before Rapper Karma Crew drops his next project titled, “Audiophilia” this Friday, he wanted to dabble with a beat or few. Linking up with DJ/Producer Frassted Flakes, he drops the “Miami Nights Freestyle“. Showing that he’s one of the Artists you should keep watch on, Karma gives us a preview of what’s to come in a couple days. While he was never one to slouch, 876 Media Ent. created a lyric video to show you that the bars aren’t on a preschool level. Check out the clip below, and share with a friend. Show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
While many say they run the town, and others claim the title of “Boss“, Rapper Imije lets the world know hehis name rings bells his video for “Trendsetta“. Shot and directed by Bussweh Visuals, Imije checks in with his Red Block crew to prepare for the takeover. With lyrics that aim to command attention, Imije has been on the grind over the years, and is on a mission to make his mark in various spots around the world. If you’re loving the track, “Trendsetta” will be available on all digital streaming platforms on September 14. For now, check out the video below, and show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
“I’m from a place where crimes are never solved…”
The United States has some of the most recognized places in the world, and it is nothing short of experiences whether good or bad. It is home to many Immigrants who share their cultures over the years. Today, Rapper/DJ Stichie Don and legendary Rapper Rampage who share Caribbean backgrounds, speak on where they’re from on “Unsolved Mysteries“. Produced by DubLab Productions, the duo share their experiences over some hard hitting beat that’ll have you thinking you’re on the corner in the 90’s. From hustling days to seeing crime and corruption, they share stories that many others have seen in the places they call home. Stichie Don plans to follow up with an EP titled “Hard Doe Bread” which will be released later this year. Check out the track below, and show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
Before Kabaka Pyramid the Reggae Artist, before “Kontraband” hits the Internet, before “King Kabaka” ran the place, and before “Well Done” rocked the nation, there was the Rapper Keron Salmon a.k.a. “Ronny Pyramid” and he’s featured in our latest “Quick Throwback“! Going back to the year 2008, we check his track “Empty Souls“! Produced by Kevin Coates, Kabaka handles a sample based Production as he delivers some conscious Rap about saving those empty souls out there with the “doctrine from the Lost Papyrus“. The song also paid tribute to the late Rap Brown, a Rapper on the rise who was a part of Kabaka’s Bebble Rock crew, and known in the Jamaican Hip Hop scene.
Since the release of “Empty Souls”, Kabaka merged his Hip Hop influences with his Reggae side and became one of the prominent figures in the “Reggae Revival” movement along with Protoje, Jah 9, Jesse Royal, and many more. He has since released a few projects, and is looking to release his debut Album, “Kontraband” in May 2018. Stay tuned for another quick throwback!
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Fame is a helluva drug, and it comes at a high price. While many wish to reach that larger than life level, sometimes it costs friendships, family, and even morals. Many who have done everything to achieve fame later regretted it. Tonight we’re not gonna get too preachy, it’s all about the music coming from Jamaican born, Bronx based, Hood Celebrityy. Grabbing the reigns of French Montana’s “Famous“, she tackles it with her blend of Dancehall/Hip Hop. Highlighting how people treat you when you’re famous, she adds that they’ll never love you as well as those who genuinely care for you. The track was produced by Rico Love, DTownThaGreat, and DanjaHandz, and the original is featured on French’s “Jungle Rules” Album. Previewed earlier on a few Radio stations locally and overseas, it was met with mostly positive reviews. Fame can really change a person, stay home with me. Check out the “Walking Trophy” Hood Celebrityy’s “Famous Remix” below!