TRACK: TRAGEDY KHADAFI – FREE THINKERS 2

Free Thinkers 2 ART

Tragedy Khadafi  drops his first off of his upcoming album “Pre-Magnum Opus”. No artist likes to be compared to any other artist. Some see it as an insult while others see it as motivation to be better than the compared. Tragedy, please don’t take any offense to my next statement. I can’t stop thinking that I’m listening to a young Nasir Jones. Tragedy Khadafi’s sound mixed with a track produced by Audible Doctor and I do believe that we have a winner. Can November 24th come any quicker?

Follow Tragedy Khadafi: @tragedykhadafi

Follow Audible Doctor: @audibledoctor

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TRACK: UZI – RIOT CONTROL

riot control the intro cover

This isn’t the typical track you think of when you think of a Florida raper. Uzi definitely has his own style of music. If this is just the intro to his album, I’m eager to hear what the rest of the album will sound like.

Follow Uzi: @Uzi311

VIDEO: GREEN FT. KEVIN GATES & JOHNNY MOOG – THE DEAL

When you hear people talk about Corpus Christi, TX(my hometown), you probably think Selena. As much respect as I have for her, there is a new name leaving a mark on our city. Corpus native, Green, is making big moves with some big names such as Kevin Gates. Green has us impatiently waiting for “Bank Money”.

Follow Green: @gottigreen

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TRACK: AUDIBLE DOCTOR FT. DAVENPORT GRIMES – THE BURIAL PLOT

Keeping to the roots of hip-hop with the smooth lyrics, soul slapping beats and superb production value, “Can’t Keep The People Waiting” by Audible Doctor is a truly anticipated EP for all hip-hop fans. “The Burial Plot” is his 4th single off of this album which was produced by… Wait for it… Himself. As I’m writing this, the rest of his Soundcloud songs are making my head bob. Stay tuned as I will be attempting to schedule an interview with this cat.

Follow Audible Doctor: @audibledoctor

VIDEO: MANN- TIMOTHY

Mann- Timothy

Mann- Timothy

“Here is a new video. Its called Timothy inspired by Timothy Leary of the 1960’s. Mann thinks our culture and the drug culture in the 60’s are similar so he made a song and video inspired by the turn up.”

Follow Mann on Twitter: @Mann