[Video] King B – Win(Tee Grizzley Remix) — @kingb_314


Teenage phenom King B most certainly had a breakout year in 2017, having collaborated with the likes of Rich The Kid, Blac Youngsta and several others. This along with the fact that he has been featured on some of the top platforms on the web and his Surrounded By Hate project was very well received. Now with his fanbase steadily rising, the 18-year-old St. Louis native looks to up the ante in 2018. Known for hook-based songwriting abilities, King B takes another route this time, highlighting his lyricism in the remix to Tee Grizzley’s “Win.” On the track, he effortlessly rhymes over the synth-based instrumental. 

[Music] Moey Mu – Hittin’ — @stillpaidmu


Money Mu is an Atlanta based artist who is catapulting to notoriety with his smash hit single “Hittin'” produced by Mondo.  He’s been honing his craft for the past five years and is fully developed and sharing his amazing talent with the world.  His infectious hit single – “Hittin'” spread voraciously through the clubs thanks to Dj Ant Durty and has found a home on the FM stations in Atlanta – thanks to Streetz 94.5’s FlyGuyDC and Ferrari Simmons.  “Hittin'” is spreading through the internet as well.  If the last month has been any indication of how 2018 will go for Money Mu – this is definitely his year.

10 Rings – Episode 1: Nipsey Hussle — @NipseyHussle @KidArtNyc

Having recently inked a multi-million dollar joint venture deal with Atlantic Records, Nipsey Hussle looks to take his independent ingenuity and match it with the major label system. Director Kid Art and Chariot Pictures, the film company behind some of the most visually stunning videos and short films in Hip Hop, take an inside look at the moves behind the decision. In collaboration with Executive producer Cartier Brown and Associate Producers Rocko Rathon & Frank Polonia, the pilot delves into Nipsey’s meteoric rise on the indie circuit and his transition into the new major label construct. 10 Rings is a docs-series that highlights the accomplishments and contributions of Hip Hop’s top creatives and sharpest business minds, showcasing their mastery of both aspects of the music industry.

[Video] Stallone & Weathers – The Feeling — @achilles_hill @precyce

Have you ever had one of those times when everything just seems to flow easily in the right direction with minimal effort? Newly formed Hip-Hop emcee / producer duo NY’s Precyce Politix and NC’s K-Hill articulate that reflection fully with the Johnny Mathis inspired “The Feeling” video [Shot by Dan S. Lewin]. The two put together a lyrical exhibition, showcasing metaphors, punchlines, subject matter and a classic delivery, epitomising what a true emcee should be without a whisper of mumble, consider it a ‘f**k you’ to the mainstream. Taken from their recently released, critically acclaimed extended play “Precyce Politix & K-Hill are: Stallone & Weathers” it’s the third official visual and a continuity story line from the previous two videos “The First Line” and“Olympics” featuring Mosca Flux.