We at NHDub are extremely excited to announce that we have finally concluded our latest venture, the World Wide mixtape. The mission of the project was to pair MCs and producers that regularly contribute to all the wonderful sounds that you hear daily on NHWWW. Truly a “world wide” experience, we have compositions from some of the best beatmakers and lyricists on the planet. World Wide features the sounds of British beat composer Motel Eola, South African producer C-Rock Beats, as well as Trill Gates Beats and Eli Saf from the American side of the Atlantic along with many more producers. Notable artists such Awkword, Eazy Steve & J.O., $osa, CuzOH!, Kaddie Lak, Simile and newcomers INCrowd, Kenny Bryant, Hapless, 10 MP and more are on tap.
Representing Chattanooga, Tennessee collective The Neighburrrhood, J.O. grabs frequent collaborator Eazy Steve to lend a hand dropping gems on the Harry Fraud produced “All I Know”. Make sure to keep an eye out for some dope new music soon from The Neighburrhood as well as a special appearance from the pair of J.O. and Eazy Steve on our upcoming World Wide mixtape.
With a somewhat eerie visual for the Zan Dretti produced “Even Step(v)hen“, Tennessee artist Eazy Steve relays the vibe of the song to the viewer and shows how alone Eazy can be at times, with only himself to talk to. With imagery that may be confused with scenes from a Stanley Kubrick film, director/producer/editor Christian Eaves projects a vehement view into Eazy Steve’s inner monologue.
Brand new from one of NHWWW’s favorite artists Eazy Steve, the highly personal “Even Step(v)hen” features production from Neighburrrhood team member Zan Dretti. Fresh off of an incredible release with Simply Steve, as well as two appearances on our top ten posts of 2013, this newly minted year is going to be very interesting for the Chattanooga MC. Keep an eye out for new music from The Neighburrrhood collective, including appearances on the upcoming World Wide mixtape.
20-year-old hip-hop artist from Chattanooga, TN Zan Dretti has recently released his fourth project to date, Gold Plu$ II (GP2). The album is a window to Dretti’s thoughts which empowers listeners to visualize everything that this South-Eastern artist has recreated. The 13 track project includes features from running mates Eazy Steve and J.O., among otherw. Production credits include Zan Dretti himself, Jae Monee, Cardiak, and more.
Eazy Steve’s first ever visual is the song “Special Place” off of his project Simply Steve released in September. Eazy brings along his Neighburrrhood homies, Zan Dretti who produced the beat, X7Mill, who lays one of the catchiest hooks of the year and J.O. to provide a solid lyrical verse. See their Special Place here in the visual.
Chattanooga MC Eazy Steve has blessed us here at NHWWW with the first official look at his brand new album Simply Steve. From the very beginning, Eazy Steve chooses to capture listeners with an intro that features an acapella rhyme that forces you to listen to the lyrics instead of focusing on a beat to showcase Eazy Steve’s talents. Stand out tracks such as “Tres Dope” and “1993” are fun to listen to and at the same time used to express exactly where Steve is coming from. “Thanks B.I.G.” is used to properly pay homage to the great Mr. Wallace, who has been an inspiration to countless artists. The track entitled “Robots” that features Steve rapping over an acoustic guitar is very much something to behold as the incredible concept is somewhat reminiscent of a country type of song further displaying Steve’s versatility. Simply Steve features production from Jae Monee, LogiC, Zan Dretti, Taylor Smith as well as many other talented individuals. Steve does not leave out his crew from The Neighburrrhood as B Brooks, J.O. and X7Mill all make eye opening appearances of their own. Simply said, Simply Steve has turned out to be a superb release for some kid from Tennessee with his first studio album.
Eazy Steve drops off “N.A.K.E.D.” the second single from his project Simply Steve that is due to drop September 6. Not All Kids Easily Dream in this world but on this joint Eazy Steve and the House’s very own Michael Da Vinci speak of aspirations and their rise of respect in the game. On a LogiC produced beat Eazy handles the chorus and second verse while the featured Michael Da Vinci laces the first. Not All Kids Easily Dream, but after hearing this joint you know that they do.
Yesterday Chattanooga MC Eazy Steve released the first single from Simply Steve, his first official in-studio project. The track is laced with smooth jazz type production from Darrius Porter and the voice of singer Brantley Smith on the hook. “Shoot My Soul Down” is a message to those who always say, “you can’t”. Let the naysayers say no as you grow and never let them shoot your soul down.