[MUSIC VIDEO] D. Anthony – ATLien (Georgia Peach)

[ATL+NC] Making his debut on NikkiSiixx.com, we got Hip-Hop Artist D. Anthony with his lyric visual to his ATLien (Georgia Peach). I thought this was a very innovative way to showcase his music and lyrics throughout the visual. From the production, to D. Anthony wittiness in the hook, this track becomes a favorite. Love the visuals to present his lyrics, Graphics by DapDesignz and Engineered by Absalute Robins. ATLien (Georgia Peach) is track 2/19 on his project Virgo Nation, which is now available on iTunes & Apple Music. Hard hitting beat produced by cocainetheproducer. If you like what you hear let D. Anthony know and support him by following him on all his social media links below.

Snapchat: d_anthony14
Bandcamp: D. Anthony
Email: danthonyvibes@gmail.com


[AUDIO] Ro$hi – Pleasant Hill Rd.

[NAWF, ATLANTA] Making his debut on NikkiSiixx.com, one member by the name of Ro$hi from ‘The Regime’ hip-hop group. Currently, Ro$hi is gearing up for his second project release, MetaCooler Mixtape. After releasing his first single Tsunami, Ro$hi continues to deliver with his latest single PLEASANT HILL RD.

PLEASANT HILL RD. is a track that resembles what your up to at night, “boy I’m ridin’ around on some cruisin’ shit”. Stays in your mind, what a catchy hook. See what Ro$hi is up to on his late night tip. Make sure you stay in the loop and follow Ro$hi on his Twitter @jiveahhroshi.


Beat Tape: SgBlk – huez

[ATLANTA, GEORGIA] For an artist it might be difficult to obtain your own beats to bring your words to life. So you gotta take matters into your own hands. For Sage BLOke, better known as SgBlk has embrace the production side to music and has created a beat tape entitled huez. The six track beat tape is definitely a piece of art. The vibes of the project presents itself, like the sounds are painting a vivid picture with various colors.

sgBLk sage bloke According to SgBLk “This project takes on the concept that music infects emotions, but in fact it can provide a gateway to images that normally can’t be seen in everyday life. Colors and music go hand and hand; they both express moods and give a sense of individuality“. He also added a sampled voice that makes his way through the tape and it really fits in, he says some pretty enlightening stuff. As vivid hue sounds it can keep your attention through it’s 11 minute 45 second journey of SgBLk perception of huez through sound.



Audio: Josh Arthur – Psalm 151

What’s great, Audio Junkies?

Today’s Audio Fix comes courtesy of The Arven Group’s Josh Arthur, with “Psalm 151”; a gritty, tongue-in-cheek testimony-slash-apppeal to the man above for clemency from the daily trials and tribulations of existence.

Preceded by hip-hop producer Penacho’s airy pads and theremin-inspired lead synth, Arthur wastes no time – foregoing any introductions and diving immediately into a fervent plea to “the man upstairs”.

Over rapid-fire hi-hats, a darting snare and seering kick drum, the artist’s vocal stylings toggle between a weary and restless appeal for leniency to a manic and aggressive petition for power, as Arthur makes the obfuscatory sermon that is to be expected from a hymn bearing the title “Psalm 151”:

“You know the best version of me; can I have that? Oh please, oh please – can I be what you want me to be? Can I dream what you want me to dream? Can I see what you want me to see?”

Screen Shot 2015-11-12 at 12.23.07 PMWithout use of profanity or much reference to violence or criminality, Josh Arthur’s almost stream of consciousness poetry is at times hard to decipher – is this is a plea for redemption or a request for favor amongst the other contestants on the battlefield? This duality delivers a soliloquy that on one hand resembles a church-pew testimony and on another is eerily reminiscent of every street hustler’s late night prayer for reprieve from the everyday struggle:


“I’m ‘bout that life, I’m ’bout that life, Lord – if it means I can be like you.”

“I don’t wanna do this no mo’. Living this life in slo mo; coming up short like Romo – thought I’d wanna bounce like pogos.”

This track should definitely keep you Audio Junkies wired until the next fix:
As always… I’m your friendly neighborhood pusher @Legasey – see you next Audio Fix!



Audio: Yourz Truly – Going In For Life

[ATLANTA, GEORGIA] Rapper/Singer-Songwriter Yourz Truly, started out as an R&B Artist that later adapted the hip-hop flows since he became a freestyle battle rapper. But concentrating more on the musical route, Yourz Truly releases his overall positive track GOING IN FOR LIFE that showcases a true uplifting feeling. Regardless of how hard the world can be, you just gotta put your all in order to take full control of your life. FALL 2015 Yourz Truly is set to release his debut EP First Impression. Be on the lookout from more from Yourz Truly and check out his website: yourztrulyyt.com


Audio: Da Rookiez – LMAO

Screen Shot 2015-10-08 at 5.08.06 PM[ATLANTA, GEORGIA] Da Rookiez are at it with their latest single titled LMAO. Have you ever laughed out loud and couldn’t contain yourself? Especially when its over peoples dumb shit. Da Rookiez consists of two brothers (Grant and Keon) who are originally from Portsmouth, Va. Both dealing with dramatic passes with traveling from home-to-home, witnessing drug and domestic abuse, losing their closest friends to gun violence, and even their cousin who was apart of Da Rookiez Tavarius Hall. The funky beat was produced by Trey Pound. LMAO is filled with lyrical and tricky play on words.



Upcoming Event: 10/9 – Underground Report in ATL During A3C & BET Weekend

UNDERGROUND REPORT will make its ATL debut this week, with a headlining performance by Atlanta-based Hip Hop Collective Two-9.

Kirby Maurier, Saykoo + Xali will represent for Miami at the show – we’d love for you to post!

Taking place during A3C & BET Weekend 2015, the show is this Friday, October 9th, at The Gallery EAV, (490 Flat Shoals Ave, SE, 30316). Doors open at 6pm. Entry is 18+.

Live performances will also include sets by:

TRAP clothing creator Zeus TRAPPIN
ReeMarkable, daughter of Straight Outta Compton ringleader Eazy E
New Orleans Songstress Ms. Charm Taylor
UNDERGROUND REPORT creator and CEO of Creative Society, MORGAN, who will open the stage for Two-9
Live Painting by J. LEUNAMMé, Mike Roy, Taron “VA” Everett + Nate Greyski.

Happy Juice OPEN BAR + Food by 95th Street Tacos.

The show will be hosted by FLOCKALAND, Stay (+) clothing creator and Atlanta socialite, and STEFisDOPE of DOPE SINCE ’88. Sound will be handled by Fleet DJ and Leakes Entertainment Affiliate DJ FDS, with a special guest set by one of the top female DJ’s in the A, DJ Reese.

Tickets are on sale at the door, as well as online at http://bit.ly/ugreporttix. Entry prices are $10 before 10pm, $20 after.
Follow @WithLoveSRenee For Updates


Audio: Maui Max #MauiMondays – Hi’er

Screen Shot 2015-09-26 at 2.22.45 PM[ATLANTA, GEORGIA] Check out the first installment of Maui Max #MauiMonday Series. This time dropping a fresh lite track called HI’ER. This can be the perfect track to roll up to! Production from WMN really provides the mellow atmosphere and Maui Max provides the laid back flow. Also, WMN was able to sample A-Town classic. HI’ER track can appeal to the ladies and the guys too, Marijuana-Friendly. You should expect more content dropping because it’s almost Monday.



Upcoming Event: 9/26 – Ladies Werking’ 2 Urban Showcase in Atlanta, Georgia

On Saturday, September 26, Amber Jaii and Letz Werk Media in conjunction with THAT RABBIT, ROCKLAN ONE, and THE G3 AGENCY deliver an urban showcase dedicated to the “ladies werking” in the industry. Ladies Werking’ 2 will feature performances by some of the hottest up and coming female acts in Atlanta. The event is hosted by Courtney Janell and music by DJ Roots Queen held at Club Enclave (708 Spring). Yummy Pearl, Lo$a, Salma Slims, and Lynn Tate is just a handful of powerful acts.

Who: Amber Jaii, That Rabbit, Rocklan One, and The g3 Agency
What: Ladies Werking’ 2
When: Saturday, Sept. 26th, 2015
Where: Club Enclave, 708 Spring St, Atlanta


The 3rd and Final A3C Artist & Speaker Announcement of 2015

unnamed-6… but you know their not done yet 🙂 With only 3 weeks away from the 11th annual A3C Festival & Conference! The third and final artist and speaker announcement featuring: 2 Chainz, Boosie BadAzz, Ryan leslie, Shanti Das, Maino, Dungeon Family (Big Gipp, Cool Breeze, Backbone), DJ Scream, Coach K, Crooked I, Kyambo “Hip-Hop” Joshua, OG Maco, Key!, Sacha Jenkins, FRKO, Sir Michael Rocks, Zaytoven, Kenny Burns, TM88, Brandon “Jinx” Jenkins, Organized Noize (Ray Murray, Rico Wade & Sleepy Brown), Kap G, Young Dolph, Travis Porter, Cap 1, Short Dawg and Skooly.

Billboard Magazine Exclusive: COVER

Check out the A3C Line-Up of Artists & Speaker: LINEUP

Explore the A3C Schedule of Shows, Events, Panel, Mixers and More: SCHEDULE

There are NOW a limited number of Single Day All-Access A3C Passes on sale! Single Days passes will sell out, so if you know you can only make 1 day… you might want to scoop those.

Buy A3C Passes Here


Audio: Supreme Ace – Fly Rap featuring Case Arnold and Jace of Two-9

[DENVER, COLORADO] Supreme Ace collaborated with (Tennessee) Case Arnold and (ATL) Jace of Two-9 with his latest track FLY RAP. The song demonstrates they’re ambitious towards being the best in their craft, and that craft is dropping knowledge with their lyrics. Produced by Chemist and they all did their thing on FLY RAP. Nothing is stopping them from accomplishing they’re dreams. This makes it the first time we featured Supreme Ace and Jace of Two-9. We’ve featured Case a couple times, and shoutout to Case Arnold, he just got some shows down in Florida, from Tampa to Miami. Aug 29 at Hangar opening up for Wifisfuneral, and September 2nd at Grand Central for Earl Sweatshirt. [LINKS] @SupremeAce_ | @RetroJACE | @StillCase


Music Video: Tommy Swisher – Villains

tommy swisher photo[ATLANTA, GEORGIA] Influences in the word can lead you to the dark side. Tommy Swisher showcases these actions with his latest music video VILLAINS. The visual takes us to a female who’s dressed in white eating at a restaurant. When she leaves, she taunted by a male who was looking for trouble. You have to understand evil doesn’t mean bad. I feel like the female portrays positive/light in life but getting peer pressured into being someone who’s she not. She cant help it. VILLAINS visual was directed by ThatGuyVeezy. Tommy Swisher raps about how life can take you away and turn you evil. The production brings this track to life, shout out to E Wonder.


Freestyle Friday: Charlie Domino – “Kenny Loften” In Studio

photo(1)Charlie Domino takes us in the studio for his Kenny Loften freestyle. While chilling with the other members of The Los3rz, a hip-hop group that Charlie Domino is apart of. Living in NY and the rest of the group in Atlanta, Charlie decided to release his first solo mixtape project hosted by Mr. Pay Attention. This mixtape shows Charlie Domino’s going to be one of the hottest mixtapes of this summer called Slay Dat Beat Vol. 1. Charlie Domino discusses how working on making things happen in his career and managing a relationship. The difficulties in managing both. But you know Charlie gets through it since he stays working. Follow up with Charlie by his social media links : @Charlie_domino || YOUTUBE || FACEBOOK || INSTAGRAM


Upcoming Event: EVERY TUESDAY – DJ FORECAST & ChristinΞ Presents ESOTRONIK at Red Light Cafe

DJ FORECAST and ChristinΞ will be bringing the best in lounge and vibes every Tuesday night —
Doors open: 8 P.M | Red Light Cafe. ESOTRONIK handling a positive atmosphere in the inner city of Atlanta, with a love for art and groove. <3 We provide an escape from the normal and mudane to something chill and growing. An experience like no other, you'll only find here on Tuesdays for ESOTRONIK. Red Light Cafe 553 Amsterdamn Ave NE Atlanta, GA Cover: $5 for timeless vibes. Let em know NikkiSiixx sent ya! DJ FORECAST: @samohtnella

ChristinΞ: @christineposso

Download: ChristinΞ χ DGRZZL: EMINENCE

Processed with VSCOcam with b6 presetLast time we brought you ChristinΞ it was with her Instrumental EP Betty “Moe” Trezza. This time I’m bringing you a collaborating between ChristinΞ and DGRZZL titled EMINENCE. The 11 track album definitely is worth the listen. The chemistry between ChristinΞ and DGRZZL is enchanting. DGRZZL is a writer/MC from ATL, GA as ChristinΞ is the producer reppin’ Miami, New York, and Georgia. EMINENCE was mastered by Chip Williams from Miami Beat Wave. Love listening to this project, some of my favorite tracks are FORGET, BALANCE, LAST TIME, and TO KNOW YOU IS TO LOVE YOU. Really love ChristinΞ style with her beats still maintaining a hip-hop essence with some soul and jazz. Especially in the production for TO KNOW YOU IS TO LOVE YOU it’s beautiful! The violin gives it such purity. Also, with the track FORGET DGRZZL states these lines and I think their pretty dope “I don’t even smoke but I’ll roll one up and then regret it, we live and we learn and then we learn to forget it…learn to forget it” and KOI’s voice in the intro and throughout the track was just flawless. You have to take a listen to the entire project to truly appreciate it. Check it out now via the player above!

Together we are ChristinΞ χ DGRZZL

We have joined forces to try and breed a new sound, carrying uplifting vibes upon all, like healers. A mix of ambient, soul and experimental hip hop.

Audio: Alex Faith – Bloodlines featuring J.R.


Collision Records’ artist Alex Faith presents his second track off his album ATLast. I’m really digging’ this mesh up from hiphop verses to powerhouse chorus/hooks. An electronic beat with nice snares brought to you with crazy production from Wit & Wes Pendleton. You would never guess Alex had so much in him when it comes to his presence on the track. He stands out! Looking forward to his project ATLast, that dropped last month via iTunes.

Alex Faith is poised to capitalize on the success and acclaim he’s garnered from features with his own offering of music birthed in the south and raised on authenticity and gritty realism. While he holds his faith high, don’t expect to hear songs that are sermons and scripture recitations. Alex embraces his faith while still transparently rhyming about his struggles with belief, social issues, loved ones, poverty and more.