Detroit’s Yung Quis “RAP” ft. Jeezy

Detroit rapper Yung Quis teams up with Jeezy for “RAP,” a hard-hitting single that reflects on the sacrifices both have made for music as they grinded their way to success. The Yung DZA produced hypnotic beat is from Quis’ upcoming album K.O.D. (King of Detroit) that includes guests T.I., Jazze Pha, Sada Baby, Boosie, Cassidy and more. Quis explains, “RAP was inspired by my determination to leave the streets behind COMPLETELY and fully pursue my rap career, and finally understanding that I had to give this music 100% of my attention if…

BeckMilli Releases ‘Gotham’

BeckMilli is the rising South-London name who hits the nail firmly on the head with her latest release, ‘Gotham’. It is a track about BeckMilli’s home town, London, and she speaks for the current generation while expressing a motivational message. The rapper often blows her own trumpet but who can blame her, if you have it, why not flaunt it? Furthermore, her words tell us that she means business and will do whatever it takes to the get to the top of the game. Musically, her dark and subdued influences…

The Hassan Assassin Releases ‘Come Over’

The Hassan Assassin

The Hassan Assassin is smashing it on his new release ‘Come Over’. A track which is cementing the rappers name even deeper into the rap archives. It has a party vibe going on, and it is the type of record which will get you bopping along instantly. Positivity is flowing through The Hassan Assassins veins here, and it conveys his feel-good emotion to the world. It is refreshing to hear a track which is not groaning about the world, and this one is taking a positive approach. Kicking off is…

IAMHaile Increases Dopamine Levels With ‘Thank you’

IAMHaile

IAMHaile is no stranger to dropping a solid hip hop track. He is building quite a reputation for doing just that. It was only a few months ago when I first found the rapper who lives in North Carolina. It was actually through checking out artists on Instagram where I first came across him, and it turns out he is quite a big deal. Especially within the religious hip hop community. But, I do not think his music is stereotypically religious. It does have elements and phrases which reflect the…