[SOUTH CAROLINA/LOS ANGELES] Making his debut on NikkiSiixx.com, Tahija Akeem brings us his take over SchoolBoyQ’s single THAT PART featuring Kanye West. Tahija Akeem has a dope flow over the instrumental, very appealing. THAT PART was shot and Directed by Cam Browne. I liked how smooth all the shots are and the location of either an abandoned mall or a mall under construction. If you like Tahija Akeem’s take on THAT PART, let em’ know.
[COLUMBUS, GEORGIA] Making his first appearance on NikkiSiixx.com, we have hip-hop artist Jo$e Rivera with his latest freestyle JUMP OFF REMIX. This track is a remix off of Lil Durk’s ‘Jump Off‘. This track is a great club track, with night vibes with heavy bass by production by Chicago Native C- Sick. Jo$e Rivera demonstrates his skills with his lyrics while maintaining his energy throughout. If you’re feeling Jo$e Rivera’s take on Lil Durk’s Jump Off. Let us know! Make sure you follow!
[JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA] Hip-Hop Artist Chronicle makes he’s recurring appearance on NikkiSiixx.com with his latest freestyle over Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Money Trees’ with PARANOIA. Adding another track for his #FallChroniclesFriday series, where he’s dropping dope tracks every Friday. Chronicle’s voice expresses his passion when reciting his lyrics. Touches on topics like the Internet, Struggles, Friends, and daily life. What do you think about Chronicle’s take on Kendrick’s Track? If you like his freestyle make sure to be on the lookout for more content from Chronicle by following him on his social media outlets.
Making his debut on NikkiSiixx.com, we have hip-hop artist by the name of Chris Fields bringing us two freestyles to ALL THE WAY UP + PANDA. Take a listen to what Chris Fields had to say on this two popular tracks. I would say Chris Fields did a better take on All The Way Up. I like when artist make their own freestyles to popular beats because you get to find out what they would say over that type of production. If interested in finding out more on Chris Fields make sure you check him out on his Twitter Account: @Cdotfields
Making his first debut on NikkiSiixx.com we have a freestyle from Emile Danero, for TELL ME PART 2, which features Candice B on the track. This track is a remix of the popular 95′ hit “Tell Me” by Groove Theory. The visual to the track really brings that movie feel to it. The new video features cameo appearances from Omar Gooding, John Witherspoon, and Fonzworth Bentley. Make sure you stay in the loop for Emile Danero’s upcoming release by following him on Twitter at @EmileDanero
[MIAMI, FLORIDA] Art Morera brings us his latest visual to his freestyle mix of 3 Curren$y songs entitled COVERT LOOP$. Listen to Art’s takes on Curren$y’s songs off of his project “Covert Coup” produced by The Alchemist. The video was filmed by Kimber Vasquez, Art Morera, and NikkiSiixx (yeah and I made a few cameos in the vid too). I love all the visuals that were added into the video that really brought Art Morera’s lyrics to life. B-Roll footage that captured Miami and San Francisco/Oakland scenes. Art’s flow can really adapt to different sounding beats. Be on the lookout for more content from Art Morera by following his social media links
[ATLANTA, GA] Upcoming artist MastaminD has been influence by music at a very young age. Even rapping at the age of six. This time MastaminD makes his debut on NikkiSiixx.com with his SUPERNOVA FREESTYLE Visual. While he walks the streets he preaches with his rhyme flow. MastaminD has always had a clear message of promoting individuality. “I can be your worst enemy or your tutor.” This quote illustrates MastaminD as an artist. He is influenced by artist like Outkast, Kilo Ali, Goodie Mob, 36 Mafia, and Dirty Boys. MastaminD makes a point to make music he finds can be relevant to modern day listeners. In SUPERNOVA FREESTYLE MastaMinD Freestyles in preparation of his Super NoVA Mixtape that is set to release soon. In order to find out when please follow MastaminD on his social media links below:
Miami’s own YD, also known as the Overtown Ambassador, took on the B.G. (of the Hot Boys) classic “Cash Money Is An Army” on his latest video release. He kept his verse true to his Miami roots with lyrics like “I done it all, I sold weed I sold hard/ Got my ‘drobe from them Burdines babies, fuck the mall/”.
As he’s breezing through the verse you see him in the streets of overtown connecting with his neighbors. YD shows how witty he can be with quotables like “just got a block I’m bout to break it down to Marshall Faulks”. This is a great way to hold the fans attention while he’s currently working on Murder In Miami & Overtown Ambassador 3. Check out the video below and look for what he has coming next.
Brenton has been on a roll with his #9TeaseTuesdays series. Most recently he released “All Out” on which he tackles the Gang Starr classic “Now You’re Mine”. Brenton shows off his lyrical muscle as he glides on the horn laced premier production. Listen to it below and let us know what you think about Brenton’s take on “Now You’re Mine”?
After Art Morera dropped the Afterglow EP, during his campaign he released the Covert Loop$. This is where Art Morera freestyles over 3 instrumentals. The instrumentals can be found on Curren$y and Alchemist’s Covert Coup project. I really like how all three beats are all in one track. Art is one hell of a story-teller, and his lyrics come to life and play a movie in your head. Here’s where Art Morera demonstrates he can take over any beat. Follow his journey and make sure you download the Afterglow EP.
[MILWAUKEE, WI] Soulful Artist Klassik brings us an original freestyle inspired by Montell Jordan. This freestyle is meant for the ladies. Klassik went into create mode and flipped the 90’s R&B track by sampling his own background vocals from the VOICELIVE into Ableton. Then recorded all live in his bedroom, where he took one take with no post-production and no lyrics written. CAN’T BE (HER) freestyle was created with Klassik’s fusion of Hip-Hop and Jazz, and pays homage to legends from the past.
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After taking a hiatus from music for majority of the year NMB’s Savior, FloKid, has returned with his latest stylings “Dreamville” over the production of “Dreams” by J. Cole. This is the FloKid that we’ve come to enjoy. He speaks about losing his brother, doing what is needed to protect his family and still pursuing his dreams. Of course FloKid delivers intelligent bars front the beginning, he starts by saying “I’m like Langston Hughes with a short fuse and different styles”. It’s great to see one of Miami’s brightest young lyricists back to making music and I hope he continues this form of storytelling that his fan have become used to hearing.
[DMV – DC AREA] Ode Tha Hustla goes on his take of POPPIN by Rico Richie and created his own freestyle to it. Ode Tha Hustla embodies the trap lifestyle by presenting the people hating on him cause they don’t got their money situations taken care of and the means of how he earns his money. Throughout the visual you see Ode Tha Hustla counting money, smoking blunts, performing on stage at what looks like Block Party, and seating in the passenger side of a convertible. POPPIN FREESTYLE was shot and edited by the visual Powerhouse @Muhammad_flylee. It was impossible for Ode Tha Hustla to pass on this beat because of how dope it sounded. With Rico Richie’s track he goes in how you need haters to know you’re doing something right. I feel Ode’s is more catchy than Rico’s. Currently, Ode Tha Hustla is working on his mixtape Sellin Dreams which is set to release the first quarter next year (2016). But in the meantime, he set to release his original single title MO MONEY. [LINKS] TWITTER || INSTAGRAM || SOUNDCLOUD ||
[SOUTH FLORIDA] Syncere brings us his latest visual for his remix of POST TO BE featuring Karma Dayze. POST TO BE production and samples Chaka Demus & Pliers’ 1994 song “Murder She Wrote” and Omarion “Post to Be” with featuring artists Chris Brown and Jhené Aiko. Syncere comes with the assist with female artist Karma Dayze vocals as they both give their takes on getting what they want. We’ve featured Syncere before with his music video for Fresh Fly. You catch them in the studio having fun making this track and drinking Ciroc and Crown Royal. Syncere is setting himself up for the next couple months with 5 promotional singles with visuals to add to it. Stay in the loop for his upcoming releases by following his social media links below:
[BOSTON] Hip-Hop Artist Prano is getting ready to debut his new DJ Big Mike-hosted mixtape PRANOBAMA 3 this fall. Meantime he drops a visual to his freestyle called NEW BOSTON. Directed by Gil Videos, the visual was entirely in black and white. As we watch Prano chilling with the BOSTON 617BikeLife Crew. Prano expresses in NEW BOSTON about all the work he’s been putting in progressing in his music career. Can’t wait to the new mixtape? Check out PRANOBAMA 2 via DatPiff. Don’t forget to show support and follow Prano on his social media links: FACEBOOK – TWITTER – INSTAGRAM – SOUNDCLOUD
[NORTH CALIFORNIA] Inspired by Meek Mill’s R.I.C.O, Ramon ReVere and Art Morera take it on with their official freestyle music video for it. You catch Ramon ReVere smoking his joint while venting out what’s really getting to him and what he’s been up to lately. I really like how Ramon ReVere is so aggressive with the flow. Both ReV and Art make really good music together. I’ve heard them together on Art Morera’s Album Around Midnight, on the track BLURRY. Expect more collaborations from the two off their upcoming projects like Art Morera’s AfterGlow EP and Ramon ReVere’s Uncomfortable EP. The visual scenery takes us to the 101 Highway, A Pool Hall, and Inside a Hotel Room. What do you guys think of the visual for Ramon ReVere and Art Morera’s version of R.I.C.O? Leave a comment below [Ramon ReVere LINKS] INSTAGRAM – TWITTER – WEBSITE – YOUTUBE
[ORLANDO, FLORIDA] Even though Platini was born and raised in Broward County, he’ll still reps his hometown with pride. Hip-Hop Artist Platini decides to take Erykah Badu’s ON AND ON with his own freestyle. Platini expresses his optimistic take on his life after all his struggles. He’s able to see the light and get things done. Don’t forget to press play and listen in on ON AND ON Freestyle by Platini. [LINKS] TWITTER || INSTAGRAM ||
[HARLEM, NEW YORK] For This Freestyle Friday we’re providing you with a visual of Charlie Domino’s freestyle LIFE’S A BITCH. Charlie Domino decided to take on NAS’s Life’s A Bitch to see how he can flip it. Who can’t relate to moments in your life where it can be the biggest bitch ever. When times like this occur we intend to do what we like, if it’s smoking blunts or getting company from a woman. The visual takes us to Harlem where Charlie Domino is chilling on the block with his homeboys. Hanging out in front of their apartment buildings, bench on the basketball court, and on the side of the street by the convenient store. A1A Productions are behind capturing the vision for LIFE’S A BITCH. Be on the look out for his upcoming mixtape Domino3ffect. [LINKS] TWITTER || INSTAGRAM || SOUNDCLOUD ||