[LOS ANGELES] Making his debut on NikkiSiixx.com, HOPE brings his first visual FOOD FOR FUNK. HOPE creates a cool-chill laid back vibe on this one. HOPE’s style is pretty dope with that boom-bap flow. FOOD FOR FUNK visual is completely in black and white, except for a comedic skit with all his friends and they’re just slurping their empty drinks. You can find this track on his EP called Sunday Blues. Good vibes from HOPE and be on the look out for more content.
[BROCKTON, MA] Darius Heywood is back on NikkiSiixx with his latest track ROYALTIES. You’re going to think this track is so dope because it has a catchy, bouncy, laid-back vibe, while Darius Heywood stays honest with what he has to say. ROYALTIES track is inspired by how close he is with his homies, but regardless how close they are. A woman can easily come in between friendships. Listen to the track and you hear what extents Darius will go through. You can find this track on Darius Heywood’s upcoming EP the Black Diamond Project. Darius also gave a new sound to his music, he added auto-tune for his hook and it sounds dope!
"Royalties" is about people and experiences , for better or worse, that build your character and in turn will live for eternity.
— PG (@DariusHeywood) August 5, 2015
Canada-based hip-hop artist Kaydee brings to you his latest visual to the laid-back song titled “Mission Statement” The song starts off with a few chops and some hi-hats until a solid beat, homage to the Golden Era of hip-hop, plays its way in. A bit of a breath of fresh out with all the slowed trap beats saturating the market; but that’s another story. The Toronto native comes strong in both delivery as well as presence which adds believability and a sense of hunger to the lyrics. The ‘whoosh’ from the sample gives the track an overall element of mellowness to it- the perfect kind of track to vibe to and for folks that want to get loose would just have to learn to words. The bridge, provided by an unidentified woman, adds a nice twist before the conclusion, but by the time she steps in, Kaydee statement is clear – Mission: Accomplished. Kaydee’s debut project “The Transition” is available now with the follow-up, sophomore effort currently under way.
From Austin, Texas by way of North Virginia, the boy Capital G delivers a single for us to ride around to. Representing the Locals Only Gang, the laid-back rapper puts it down for his crew and gives us a glimpse of his lifestyle. “88” has plenty of knock, smooth to the core, and enough to make your head bop. This single is a feature off the Locals Only’s untitled group project that will be released in the near future.