Video: Projex ft. Double 0H! – Magic

DMV’s Music Movement Artist Projex teams up with Double 0H! on visuals for the fan favorite “Magic” from Projex’s recent release House Party.

Video: SmCity – Homeland

Produced by !llmind, SmCity releases a gripping music video for “Homeland”, depicting racial tension that has been built in the United States. The Chop N Shoot Films directed visual includes footage from decades of civil unrest in America, spanning from the 1965 Watts riots to the more recent Baltimore riots. Dedicated to the memory of Eric Garner, Sandra Bland, Sam Dubose, Mike Brown and countless other victims of police brutality, throughout history we can see progress being made while some things never change.

Track: DJ YRS Jerzy ft. Chox-Mak and Bullet Brak – Don’t Do It (prod. by North Villah)

 

DJ YRS Jerzey and Chox-Mak have been making some serious moves in the underground music scene, collaborating with many different artists and producers.  This time the pair brings along DMV native Bullet Brak and Canadian producer North Villah.  Bullet Brak has also built quite a name for himself being featured on the Sway in the Morning radio show and other major publications.  Their latest collaborative effort, “Don’t Do It”, can be considered awake up call for anyone that ever thought about giving up on their dreams.

Track: Marlow ft. Darren Hanible – I Deserve It (Prod. by Ma$termind P)

DMV up and coming artist, Marlow’s, newest track “I Deserve It” featuring fellow DMV act Darren Hanible (@darrenhanible). The track will be on his newest album ‘Faith x Vices’, and shows a stunning confessional verse from Marlow, showcasing vulnerability not shown in rap lately. It is produced by Ma$termind P (@ItsKPDoe)

@thisismarlow

Video: Marlow – Long Live

DMV up and coming artist, Marlow’s, newest video for his single “Long Live” prod. by LOTCartel. The video was directed and edited by Marlow, showcasing his versatility as a creative artist. The track will be on his newest album ‘Faith x Vices’, and it plays into the dark motif of the album, while also providing some satirical content regarding conspiracy theories in the music industry.

@thisismarlow