[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.
North Carolina’s Pharaoh Takari dropped off his first single “Better View”, from his mixtape A Peer Amid. The track has an old school Isley Brothers feel to it. Pharaoh Takari laces the track with a lyrical slaughter that you can’t help but enjoy. This song is the type of joint that was sound great at a family reunion or a summer pool party. The chorus was pretty catchy while still holding the lyrical content held in the verses. I definitely look forward to seeing a visual for this song. Check it out below and leave feedback on this track.
Young Stacks LGi of Greensboro, NC recently released the visual for “Feelin’ Myself”. This is the first single from his soon be released debut mixtape, “Encouragement”. The song has a catchy message along with a beat that’s attention grabbing. The video has a hangover like feel but without doing the typical cliche scenes we get in most videos that do the drunken nights style.
Young Stacks LGi did a great job at portraying the lives of a broke artist and an artist living “the life” both with high confidence. The way he portrayed the less fortunate artist was priceless because it was displayed in a way that was funny without looking cheesy. Check out the video below and leave some feedback.
LG of Raleigh, NC just released his new single “Early Grind”. The production was done by Ostyles, who happens to be in a group with LG called Ill Individuals. The early 1990s influence is heavily present on this song. The melodic approach Ostyles took on the beat gives off a pharcyde-esque feel. LG uses a smooth delivery to get his message across. He got busy lyrically in a way that would seem effortless to the untrained ear. This song took me back to my favorite decade of hip-hop and I look forward to hearing more from LG and his Ill Individuals family.