Off his debut EP, XXOTIC. NYC rapper Why Cue drops his new video for the album cut, “Lavish”. Directed by Why Cue-himself, with production by Roswell Gray, watch the saucy designer filled visual above and stream the EP, available now via SPG/Pluto Ent.
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After a five-year hiatus, Camden County-born recording artist Sean Dee returns with a vengeance on the new J.Cole-inspired video, “Middle Child”. Directed by Sean-himself, the reborn emcee goes berzerk with sumo bars and verses of fury as he tortures a blind-folded Soundcloud trap rapper. Representing in the forming of a metaphor today’s superstars. Poking fun at how disgraceful they are with lack of substances and heavily auto-tuned melodies.
The freestyle and video has received critically-acclaimed reviews. Receiving likes from the “Middle Child” producer himself, T-Minus. Watch the return of Sean Dee above now.
Washington Heights rapper Flare arrives with a Daily Loud premiere for his new video, “Shakedown”. In the video, Flare delivers with customary superlative rhymes, paired with a powerful production. Off the upcoming Spring release, Out of Time, watch the A1Vision-directed music video now.
New sensation Paper Lovee drops his sexual infatuating new single today, titled, “Back Shots”. Made for those wild late-night fiascos, Paper Lovee is a must-listen. Stream the new single below.
A remix to his hit original, Plies level up the swag with a second effort backed by unique Southern flavor in Atlantic Records Kevin Gates and Youngboy Never Broke Again. Stream the new single, available now below.
Mac Miller-protege and Vero Beach, Florida sensation Choo Jackson (CJ) remember the late-rapper with a spectacular new 13-track effort by Foreverkool Records, titled, Anime 2. Featuring guest appearances by SGE Bubba and Phil Wushu. Stream the entire album below.