YNVS’ Energy God of the Boogie Down Bronx and now, new Para Music Group signee, Conan, is back with “Cold Summer,” a freestyle about
In part of the #JusticeForJunior movement, YNVS’ Energy God and Bronx native Conan releases a freestyle in honor of the slain teen. On June
Straight from Amityville, Long Island Ruff is the latest artist to be able to highlight his talents with DJ Magic on Episode 8 of
Freestyle of classic track off upcoming long awaited project from DB Raxx and Richie Raxx (THE RAXX$ON$) entitlted “Goldbarz & Platinum Hookz witty wordplay,
THEM Recordings’ Mic Handz returns full force with a brand new freestyle based off Nas’ hit single. Catch Mic Handz in action as rap
Harlem World’s Pooh Da Plug teams up with Moe Wit Da $$ for a reboot of the track that gave 50 Cent his buzz.
Deascent takes a crack at the classic Kanye West beat with some assistance from Flow Vision Media on the visual end. @deascent Follow Shamika
Brooklyn rapper Jay’More’s music has been getting rotation on Power 105.1 and released a few projects along with his current single, “Blessed”. He returns
A while back Brooklyn artist Absooloot dropped off a hot freestyle “Mo Murda, Mo Genocide“. Absooloot went in over the classic song “Mo’ Money, Mo’ Murder,
“JetBlue To Jamaica” is a freestyle Bronx rapper Deascent created during his short vacation in the beautiful island of Jamaica. In this track, he
THEM Recordings’ Innocent? and producer extraordinaire Stan Da Man, drop yet another Donald Robinson Cole directed, freestyle video to prepare for his upcoming EP,
His influences include the Bad Boy Era which was lead by legends like the Notorious B.I.G, The Lox and The Junior Mafia camp.
R-Mean drops a visual to a classic Hip Hop instrumental in “What’s The Difference.” For more music from Mr. Mean himself, check out his
Raised in the crime infested St. Louis neighborhood of Walnut Park, the story of Tank The Machine can be heard in each passionate bar
James Flow comes out of the dark with a new single that takes you back to a time when rappers really spit. James Flow is