[California] Rap artists Chuuwee and Trizz just recently released their mixtape project, “AmeriKKa’s Most Blunted 2”, via Soundcloud and dropped of one of it’s standout cuts where we find the duo performing a little “Black Magic” on ’em. Producer Ac3 lays down a smoked out slapper over an effected piano sequence that finds the Cali connection getting it cracking in traffic. Listen to the trance inducing release up top.
[Queens, New York] R&B sensation Rich McMichael presents his debut single “No Chill”, the self proclaimed bedroom anthem. Full of deep bass and sensual tones, the Queens singer hits all the right notes, leaving the lucky lady in the song and listeners in a zone. Fans of Tre Songs will find Rich appealing to the ear as well. Cut off the Netflix, dim the lights and press play on Rich McMichael‘s “No Chill” up above.
[Rock Hill, South Carolina] Chris Buxton has been drinking and smoking cause of an “Empty” feeling he’s been suffering from. So he does what any artist would do, hit the notebook and unleash those feelings onto the microphone. The beat is deeply emotional with hints of Trap and Soul sounds. If you’ve every suffered from the feeling of emptiness, this song may very well appeal to you the most. “Empty” can be streamed above.
[Little Chalfont, United Kingdom] UK singer Jack Garratt collaborates with Dr. Dre protege, Anderson .Paak, for a rivoting play on Garratt’s “Worry” track from his currently released “Phase” album. The Brit handles himself very impressively over the instrumental’s rhythm, with .Paak playing clean up towards the tail end. Pulverizing organs, live drums and electric guitars make up the soundscape with lyrics that will put your mind at ease. Listen to the song above and stay in tune with Jack Garratt below.
[Bethlehem, Pennsylvania] “AFro Kick” is a Hip Hop audio release from PA Rap artists SamuraiMayyne and MJ the Sensei. Over a piano driven beat provided by Caleb, the East Coast rappers go into Afro Samurai mode speaking about being yourself and fully living life. The song also bolsters melodically sung adlibs that fit with the slow tempo of the beat well. Nikki Siixx presents “AFro Kick”, as found above.
[Milwaukee, Wisconsin] Emcee Taiyamo Denku makes his Nikki Siixx debut with the nineties driven, ten song project, “What If I Did An Album With Nick Wiz”. Nick Wiz is a seasoned New Jersey producer who dropped an instrumental project entitled “Unreleased 90’s Hip Hop Instrumentals”. IIDAAWNW is a by-product of that. All killer, no filler best explains things here, full of robust releases such as “SOS”, “FWYH” and “I’m Here To Stay”. An album Hip Hop heads will appreciate, here’s Taiyamo Denku‘s “If I Did An Album With Nick Wiz”, live on Nikki Siixx below.
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[Chicago, Illinois] With their four part “Out For Blood Vol 3” mixtape series releasing throughout 2016, Chicago’s Seven Oddities Records presets fans with a brand new video entitled “Oddities Philosophy”. The song is also the debut single from the upcoming “Old Fashioned Hip Hop” EP, featuring production from Ukraine producer Alf.
In the video, we find Doomsday, DreakTek and Clever One exchanging bars old school style in the A-Lex visual, taking viewers to Montrose Harbor located on Chicago’s North Side. Definitely a crew to check out, here’s 7oddz in “Oddities Philosophy”, making their debut on Nikki Siixx.
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[Los Angeles, California] It’s no secret that corporate America has been taking advantage of the people for sometime now. Although we all in some shape, form or fashion understand this concept, very little of us are willing to stand up and speak out against the tyranny and enlighten listeners minds. Meet Kabaru 13 and LA producer YB The Prophet, the duo that’s single handedly taking a stand against Mind Controlled Entities as explained on their audio single “Realness”. Join in as the emcee/ producer pair drop knowledge above.
[Connecticut] Lex offers inspiration to listeners on the riveting, “We Got The Power”. The Attic Records LLC labelmate selects some great shot locations in and around an abandoned building site to add upon such a quality sounding release. Lex believes that “good music wins over all other aspects of being an artist” and that shows in “We Got The Power”. Check the video out above, presented by Nikki Siixx.
[Stanford University, California] Gebreezy doubles as an artist and a student at Stanford University. He comes with his latest visual, “Gold Rush”, sharing the same name with his current project which is available now. We find the Atlanta native laying down vocals while taking in the ocean waves beach side. A relaxing release, check out Gebreezy with his debut on NikkiSiixx.com “Gold Rush”.
[Rialto, CA] Recording duo No Room For Us unleashes the monster video for “Phrankenstein”. This release follows up their previously released “Underdogs” EP and starts of with an intriguing Latin infused murder for hire introduction. Consisting of artists Zerrick Of That Mexico & Garry Dose, follow along as the duo kills the OhGoshLeotus production.
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