BADBOY VT

As it appears BADBOY VT is on a roll. The Chicago based rapper has released three successful visuals in the last seven months.

BADBOY VT is a voice of the people. The rapper who is from the Garfield Park neighborhood of Chicago, raps not only to escape the hardships of his own life, but to inspire others who maybe enduring their own hardships.

After being released from prison in 2019, BADBOY VT started to take his escape more seriously. Through 2019, VT gained significantly notariety and appears to be charging full speed ahead in 2020.

BADBOY VT’s mixtape, Badboy Lifestyle, is slated to be rreleased in October. Fans can expect the project to be a “rule book to the streets.”

In the meantime, the best way to get familiar with BADBOY VT is through his videos “Momma I’m Sorry,” “Voices,” and “Emotional Wreck.” All three songs convey VT’s experiences in the street. Raw, real, and relatable the three songs are indicative of VT’s signature sound.

G The Mastermind is on the Go

Sometimes it’s necessary to step away from something to become better prepared for it. G The Mastermind knows. After a hiatus from music he’s back at it full speed with his latest visual “Go.”

“Go” is the lead single from G The Mastermind’s Don’t Count Me Out and what a way to return to music. It’s been four years since G The Mastermind released an album and its obvious that the fans were ready, but not as ready as G The Mastermind.

“Go” is an uptempo look into the way G The Mastermind lives his life and the perfect capture the attention of music lovers after being away for so long. The visual certain falls in line with the vision. Filmed by Versus Visuals, the “Go” video is high energy.

Since its release “Go” has been viewed 40,000 times.

Where LOE Addé Been At?

It’s hard to adjust to certain aspects of the world when you’re young, gifted, and black. LOE Addé knows that and shares some of those woes on his latest single “Where I Been At?”.

The Maryland based rapper touched some souls with this one. “Where I Been At?” is LOE Addé’s successful attempt to channel is own hurt and anger in a way the masses can relate.

“Where I Been At?” reminds fans that aside from the lyrical prowess, LOE Addé is no different than they are. He has similar experiences to everyone else; he grieves, feels pain, and hates his day jobs the same way some many others do.

Not only a brief and related peak into the soul of LOE Addé, “Where I Been At?” is also a undeniable nod to old school hip hop. Though LOE Addé is a millennial, he’s going to cross generations with “Where I Been At?” and the subsequent question will be: where’s he going next?

RonSoCold

RonSoCold is a SoundCloud King. As he prepares to release his first major album it’s hard to imagine some people still don’t know who RonSoCold is.

RonSoCold is a Charlotte, North Carolina native with the “Midas touch” when it comes to music. RonSoCold has hundreds of thousands of streams on all of his SoundCloud releases and nearly 24,000 subscribers. And all those numbers pail in comparison to the reams for his biggest hit to date: “I Swear.”

“I Swear” has over a million streams and was produced by Pierre Bourne. “I Swear” is just more than two minutes of complete and utter energy.

If “I Swear” is any indication of what’s to come for RonSoCold, the world is in for a treat. With a solid fan base and unshakable sound, RonSoCold is preparing to move from SoundCloud domination to world domination in less time than anyone may think.

Fat Eric delivers No Loiterin’

Undoubtedly, Covid-19 has stopped a lot of people’s bags, but Fat Eric is not one of them. Fat Eric is accustomed to hustling and his new single “No Loiterin’” is evidence.

Typically, an artist who would stand on his own, “No Loiterin’” is a bit a change for Fat Eric. “No Loiterin’” is a joint effort with Tae Moneybagz, that just kind of happened. Fat Eric intended to be the only artist on the song, but in a joint recording session, as Eric puts it, “Magic happened.”

“No Loiterin’” is undoubtedly a get money song. Reminiscent of the Atlanta-based rappers of the early 2000s, “No Loiterin’” is all about getting money and putting on for the city.

Fat Eric is a Washington D.C. native currently working tirelessly to become a household name. After gaining significant notoriety from his “Something 2 Prove” freestyle, he’s continuing those efforts with “No Loiterin’”.

FlossMobChase is a Hot Boa

Sometimes rappers need to take a minute or two to remind the world that they’re a hot boy. That’s exactly what FlossMobChase’s “Hot Boa” does.

“Hot Boa” is just under two minutes of ChaseTheMoney production and FlossMobChase flow that nobody knew they needed. A subtle flex, FlossMobChase delivers lyrics about a floss mob lifestyle in near hushed tones.

The visual is simple. FlossMobChase with a Mercedes, a lot of money, and a pretty woman in a desert of sorts.

As Spring struggles to make an actual appears in Chicago, it’s nice to know FlossMobChase is acknowledging the change in seasons and starting to heat things up.

MT Motherlandboy

Music is a a universal language. It crosses cultures and continents, bridging gaps between the way no other from of communication can. And it’s not often that one artist creates music that merges cultures and languages from different hemispheres to bridge those gaps, but MT Motherlandboy does.

MT Motherlandboy is an Atlanta based rapper with roots in France and West Africa. The internationally raised artist was draws inspiration from a host of who’s who in hip hop including 2Pac, Jay-Z, I AM, and Lunatic. MT Motherlandboy has been perform since he was 12 and raps in French, his native language, and English.

In 2013, MT Motherlandboy founded a record label named Motherland Music and debuted his first mixtape: Coming to America. The following year, MT Motherlandboy delivered the tapes successor and in 2015 distributed in debut album The Ambassador’s Bridge under his Motherland Music imprint. Five years and three projects later MT Motherlandboy is solidifying himself as an international prodigy.

Paris born, Bamako raised and Atlanta adopted, MT Motherlandboy’s style encompasses an array of cultures and influences allowing him to reach fans some artists just cannot touch. His latest release ATL Adopted Me is available now.

Meet Stussy Yokai

Stussy Yokai is not the average artist. At 14 years old, Stussy Yokai started his music career as an artist and engineer in Savannah, GA.

Working both behind the board and the microphone, Stussy Yokai developed his own unique sound, networked, perfected his ear for music. Engineering provide the young artist with a way to spread both his name and talents throughout the industry.

Since then, Stussy Yokai has moved his talents to Atlanta, mixed and mastered more than 5000 songs, and started a record label that allows creatives to maintain full control of their own art. With creativity at the heart of what he does, Stussy Yokai prepares to release new music.

Nestled somewhere between “nothing you’ve ever heard before” and “you’ve gotta hear this” lies Stussy Yokai. Diverse subject matter, matched with colorful flows and one of a kind production make Stussy Yokai an artist the world needs to hear. With skills that allow him to keep his finger on the pulse of the music scene, Stussy Yokai is creating a wave all his own.

Be on the look out for Stussy Yokai’s new single “Energy Shield” slated to drop later this month. In the meantime check out his latest release:

https://fanlink.to/Somewherebeyondthesea

D.Best Said We Are Not The Same

For some people grinding is inevitable, D.Best is one of those people. The Aurora, Illinois native started his music career handing out CDs, now his latest visual “We Are Not The Same” garnered 18,000 views in a week.

Proof that hard work pays off, D.Best certainly deserves to celebrate and his new song, “We Are Not The Same” is befitting music for a celebration of this type. “We Are Not The Same” is catchy and fun, but still a reminder that D.Best is in a lane all his own. Perhaps not all his own, as the rapper does share the spot with King Bone and Space Jam Jaye.

The visual for “We Are Not The Same” was directed by 508 Collective and features a house party just as lit as the song.