Free Mp3: Chris Rivers feat. Termanology “How Many MC’s” (Freestyle)

“Yes Sir another freestyle for all you true Hip-Hop fans. Chris and Termanology
kills it over Black Moon’s classic “How Many Mcs ” instrumental.”

Free Album: Oloff – Horrid Sensation


“This is my first release full release, it’s songs recorded and written over a period of a couple of years that are thematically similar. I’ll leave the lyrical content to explain itself but there’s cohesive threads running throughout that I hope people will enjoy. The majority of the beats are made by me, using samples, unless otherwise stated.”

Free Mp3: Kameechi – Work (Freestyle)

Check out “Work”, a new freestyle to kickstart your weekend from Baltimore songwriterKameechi. Produced by Brthday / 3am, the track exudes inspiration and motivation – something Kameechi lives every day!

Video: gLife – Dangerous ft. Master Q (violin)

Dangerous is the first single off the upcoming album “One-Five” (Sep 2015 release) by gLife featuring MasterQ on violin. In a world of fakes and snakes, it is time for people to stand up to the system, fight back, and get justice. Dangerous is the sequel to gLife’s video “Not Forgotten”, about lost brothers to police violence, suicide, and drug overdoses. Having been declared a visual “masterpiece” and “sickening” at the same time, Dangerous is a must watch.

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Free Mp3: King Tate – Dont Worry Bout It

After his recent viral success and being recognized in “50 Artists 50 States”, Helltown, Arkansas artist, King Tate is dropping hit after hit. Check out his latest track “Don’t Worry Bout It”. Be on the lookout for “Murder For Hire” album coming soon!.

Free MP3: Chris Miles – “Out Here” (Prod. by Blended Babies)


Teen-aged Long Island rapper Chris Miles joins forces with Los Angeles via Chicago producers Blended Babies, whose credits include Chance the Rapper, Asher Roth, and King Chip, for “Out Here,” a trunk-knocking track comparing his hometown to life on the West Coast. “Led by some unconventional vocal samples, the track is mid tempo and fairly minimal, letting Miles carry most of it on his own,” HotNewHipHop explained in their post of the single. The track is led by Miles’ tenacious verses, which each flip through several flows before slowing down for the track’s easy-going chorus. “Life is so different when you’re out here on the West,” Miles raps on the hook. Having linked with the Blended Babies in Cali for the track, “Out Here” releases in anticipation of a yet to be titled project from Miles that’ll be dropping later this year.

Chris Miles has been on his nationwide Pop Nation Tour this month, spanning much of the South and Northeast as he continues through late August hitting the Midwest and West Coast. Earlier this year, Miles opened for select dates of Iamsu! and Dizzy Wright’s respective tours. “Out Here” follows the visuals to his Birth Of Cool EP single “Something,” which premiered via GoodMusicAllDay, who stated, “what is most impressive about Miles is the maturity in his voice and his ability to craft clever metaphors at such a young age… Miles is certainly on the right route to becoming a star in the music biz. It’s dope to see an artist this early in his career with so much promise.” At the young age of 10 years old, Miles began to write and record raps in his bedroom that were inspired by his struggles with being bullied in school. Since then, he’s built up his fan base by releasing viral music videos along with two full length, all original mixtapes. The MC, one of the youngest artists to sign a major publishing deal with Warner/Chappell, is known for displaying a level of lyricism beyond his years as he’s been praised by the likes of Mac Miller, 50 Cent, Hit Boy, Tony Yayo, and more.

Free Mp3: Ande Bishop – Differences

Fresh off the success of his OCEAN$ EP, American Roulette’s Ande Bishop returns with the free track, “Differences”.  He’s putting together his next project, and expects to release it around late August, early September.  Check out the track below.

Free Mixtape: Brenton – The One Who Knocks

Brenton’s official mixtape release for “The One Who Knocks” is here. Featuring inspiration from Oddisee, 9th Wonder, The Alchemist and others, as well as original production from J57, PCP Beatz and Elite Producers, Brenton collaborates with Kris Kasanova, Mike O. and Phil The Thrill to create a smooth, yet energetic body of work. Take a listen, then repeat!

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