It’s been a while since we’ve featured Jamaican Rapper Gotti OG. With him feeling like a “Wockstar” the last time, he now gears up to release a project filled with some of his best work. Kicking things off till then, he releases the “Nomad Freestyle“. With production by Circa11, Gotti gives listeners that “drip talk” until that mixtape drops. With the visual shot by ShotByDeth, we find Gotti in the Studio putting together the bars in the booth and letting some good weed smoke fill the room. With “Marinas & Moet” floating around as the suggested title of the mixtape, listeners can look forward to more Gotti OG in the coming months. For now, check out the video below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
It’s been a while since we’ve featured something from Rude Jerms. He has been on the grind since we featured “Why Me” and “Pop Champagne“, and he’s ready for a takeover. Recently he teamed up with frequent collaborator ShotByDeth for the “Blessings” visual. While his subject matters speaks on the blessings he receives and the moves he’s making along the way, the video finds him chilling with the team and popping up at a couple events. Shout out IOTOSH for the production. While the Hip Hop scene is nothing new to Jamaica, the “Trap Music” era continues to influence many to bring their own sound to the world. Watch out for “Bare moves” as Rude Jerms is connected with the ZimiEnt crew. Check out the video below, and show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
Canada based Rapper Solyd Roy says “No more parties in JA” as he drops a new tune! Titled “Nuttin’ Good“, this is produced by K, Le Maestro and finds the Rapper being a terrible role model all while picking up the pace and having fun on this sample driven beat. If aren’t familiar with Solyd, we featured one of his tracks, “Cruff Daddy” last year. With an EP in the making, you might be hearing him more in the near future. A remix to this track would be fire though. Cover art by ShotByDeth. Whether you’re a goody two shoes, or a good for nothing individual, treat your ears to this below!
The Hip Hop culture continues to influence the youth in Jamaica, and it opens up a different side to their creativity. Kyraxx is one of those who the culture has influenced, and has been showcasing it through various channel. His latest single, “With You, was produced by IOTOSH, and released through their Sound Ting Label. On the track, Kyraxx goes on the melodic vibe as he talks about getting it in and wanting to make things happen with this young Lady. With a Production that you can’t help but rock to, Kyraxx easily tackles it as he speaks on his situation.
Kyraxx made some noise earlier this year with his “Double Standards EP“, but promises to keep hitting you with some dope music. It’s a “Sound Ting“, check out the track below.
The new era of Hip Hop has touched the Island of Jamaica, and has since produced a wave of new acts. While there are those who are heavily influenced by the 90’s and Underground movements, the new wave are influenced by the “Trap Music” culture. One of those acts who has started to make some noise in recent times is Gotti OG. A member of Jamaican Creative Deth’s (a.k.a. ShotByDeth) “FOREVER” Label (More on that later), he kicks off the month of October with “WockStar“! Produced by Cloud Beats, Gotti speaks on the life of a RockStar complete with beautiful ladies at his reach, acquiring designer gear, and making his presence felt everywhere with his crew. With the chorus fitting with the Production, listeners will be chanting while rocking to the beat. For those who need that pick me up, give this one a slot on your playlist. No need to get an Electric Guitar or Leather Pants for this one, picture yourself living the “WockStar” life by listening below.
You’ve seen him capturing many of your favourites in their element, popping up at an event with his tools ready to shoot, and his signature “ShotByDeth“, but recently Keanu “ShotByDeth” Gordon unveiled his Photo Book titled “SHOTBY Vol. 1“. Featuring a few of his favourite shots, viewers get an exclusive look into some of the shots that have and have not been made public. Capturing the likes of Creep (Chromatic), Chi Ching Ching, Nicholas Mahfood (ZimiNick), Andrew Trabass, Jada K, and more, this is one to collect. A display of what many creatives in the Caribbean can do when given the opportunity. View some of the pictures and download the full collection below.