MFN Melo sparks up a track with fellow Pivot Gang affiliate John Walt and local crooner Anthony Pavel take control as they pass around verses on the cut, “Pass The El.”
Warm saxaphone samples from producer Pucho breathe like flames from a fireplace on a cold, wet, and windy day in Chicago as Melo and Walt drop some heartfelt bars in between Anthony Pavel’s soulful hook.
Take a listen and cop this single on MFN Melo’s upcoming project, MeloDramatics, dropping in November.
That’s the question that Napoleon LV offers up in his latest single, “Trap Carpet.” The Raeleigh, North Carolina bred MC remixes PartyNextDoor’s “Persian Rugs,” and smoothly chops up a few bars to showcase rhyming talents reminiscent of the laid back swagger of Schoolboy Q that’ll leave you lying on the floor.
Saba takes a spin a candy apple drop top in some fantastical visuals for his single, “Burnout.”
The Chicago MC just wants to “rap with the Beatles” as he and the beautifully talented vocalist Eryn Allen Kane ride out of their Crayola cut-out city and head to the desert to escape their problems while executing one the coolest summer jams to hit the airwaves this year.
Be sure to cop this track and more on Saba’s most recent mixtape, Comfort Zone.
orrin campbell’s musicality continues to burgeon with his latest video release, “Y-3.”
Soundscapes crafted with a dreamlike airiness and ominously faded vocal loops from producer S H A M A N A allow orrin to center his codeine fueled lyricism around similarly grainy visuals of the 19 year old MC toting toy guns and dropping bars in the city side streets of Brooklyn.
While Mr. Miller is out and about signing and developing new artists, Warner Bros. will “handle everything I (Mac) don’t like doing,” that also allows the Pittsburgh native more time to create some new sounds for your ears. To celebrate his recent conjunction with Warner, Mac releases the SAP produced single, “Just Some Raps, Nothing To See Here, Move Along.”
Whether it’s on the track or in life, Mac is just doing Mac despite your decision to “move along” or listen. And now with a major label deal in his back pocket, it’s clear that Mac Miller is here to stay.
Vince Staples is feeling the heat from underneath his feet in his latest video, “Fire.”
The Long Beach MC is almost positive he’s going to Hell, but Staples still takes his viewers to church literally and figuratively with his slightly distorted, cold blooded rhymes that settle under some pretty powerful, pulsating Electronic production.
“Fire” is the jump off track to the 21 year old’s first official EP, Hell Can Wait, an honest, yet gritty project that highlights the harsh realities of the Def Jam signee’s life and the often brutal environment he was raised in.