With a respectable catalog and dedicated work ethic, Kilo M.O.E is able to keep his name among indie music’s heavyweights. Produced by ATL’s Chinaman, “Rambo” features Chicago artist Cyco Thah Urchin riding shotgun over the hardcore bass-heavy trap beat, delivering a death blow to those stepping in the way of Kilo M.O.E.
Produced by D.R.U.G.S. Beats, Baltimore artists Don Streat, UnReal and Sullee J have come together on “Home of The Stars”. Included on the EP DonnieJustice, the video for “Home of the Stars” was taken care of by S.O.N. Media.
Produced by DJ Low Cut, “Admire” from Baltimore duo Dirt Platoon is featured on the group’s latest album Bare Face Robbery.
Brand new video from the homie Kilo M.O.E. out of Baltimore with “Everything Designer”. Keep an eye out for more music from M.O.E. on NHWWW’s upcoming World Wide mixtape.
Produced by Diplomatic himself with co-production from Shame, fellow Baltimore artist Zan Acid joins Diplomatic on a dope southern track. Sampling Project Pat’s verse on Three 6 Mafia’s “Poppin’ My Collar”, Diplomatic, Shame and Zan Acid throw shit back to a time with things were a little more “poppin'”.
Baltimore artist Macabeats and producer Cool FD hailing from Orleans, France have recently released the cross-Atlantic project Pardon My French. The album features appearances from frequent collaborators Dirt Platoon, Don Streat, S.O.N., SlumPritt, Mitch L Hennessy, Lord Baltimore DDS, Senica Da Misfit, UnReal and many more.
Ralph V, founder of the 97 Yacht Club, lets go of “The Sampler”, a track that didn’t make the cut for his “The Stoned Age EP”. Checkout the bonus track and give his EP a full listen too.