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Already with a decade behind the mic under his belt, Drewzii knew he wanted to pursue a career in music from the time he recited his first freestyle. Given his similar hairstyle and admiration for Lil’ Wayne, those around him coined the name Drewzii. After his most recent mixtape release, Drewzii is back with the new track “Sacrifice” which can also be heard on Hot 97’s Who’s Next.
With production from Uno Hype, L.A. Chase, Canis Major, Mad Money and more, Sunset is a combination of emotions and thoughts during 10MP’s final semester at college. Precisely curated with a specific vision, the new graduate took time with the creation of this latest project. Featuring tracks like the upbeat “When The Sunset” and “Dressed To Kill“, Sunset is a fun release but listeners will also hear serious songs such as “H E A R T B R E A K” and “Reply“.
Coming from a mixed background stemming from Georgia, South Florida and the U.S. Virgin Islands, producer/rapper Ragga has recently released the visuals to his new song “Monster”; also available on iTunes.
Produced by Franchise Beats, “Dressed To Kill” maintains Eastern New Mexico artist 10 MP’s trend of ascending musical development. Upbeat and warm, the latest glimpse of the impending release Sunset shows another side of 10 MP that hasn’t really been heard on previous releases, continuing to accustom himself to different types of hip hop. 10 MP’s new album Sunset is slated for an early spring release, check out the official trailer below.
In celebration the the recent smoker’s holiday, Texas based artist A.Woods of TXB links up with upcoming Palauan artist BFolkMuzik for the Downtown Music produced “So High”.
On top of a slow and sinister Skel produced track, Kayden$e has dropped a new audio revelation with “Tannhäuser Gate”. Originally referred to in the dialogue of the 1982 film Blade Runner, “Tannhäuser Gate” has now evolved into a destination where New Mexico artist Kayden$e can explore through music. A methodical melody along with obscure, abstract lyricism that embody K$’s progressive hip hop spirit, “Tannhäuser Gate” is now currently streaming on SoundCloud.