After a recent hiatus, Cincinnati artist/producer BOJACK has returned to the music world re-calibrated and ready to expand. Also available to stream below, “Coupon” is a self produced track featuring appearances from Lil Xelly and Flatline Franko. Check them out on social media for more sounds, @b0jack on IG and @AYBOJACKSON on Twitter. Flatline Franko is on Twitter at @flatlinefranko and Lil Xelly is on IG and Twitter @lilxelly.
Cincinnati artist Spivey hit the studio in a frenzy in efforts to finish “LoonyBin” after the passing of fellow Queen City spitter C-Raig. After leaving a local legacy behind, “LoonyBin” may be the last release heard from the late, great Craig Harrison.
Cincinnati artist Kenny Bryant smokes out the competition with the new Cannon Jones shot video for the buzzworthy track, “2 Blunts”.
Elliott Trent and 808-H, out of Columbus, Ohio, team up to create a solid, six track EP that will continue to create a buzz.
Elliott Trent, out of Ohio’s capital Columbus, teams up with producer 808-H for his latest release “Passcode”.
Out of Youngstown, Ohio, Device Trax has released “Welcome”, the first taste of his upcoming effort, the Procrastinated EP.
The debut EP from A.T.MSTR, GEN.E.SIS., is a short introduction into what can be expected from the I.T.C.B. rep out of Cincinnati. With production from That Smart Dude, GEN.E.SIS. is available as a name your own price download at Bandcamp.
Brand new banger with the Kato On The Track backed “SpiveyVsTheWorld”. A change of pace from ordinary rap styles are prominent in the Ohio artist Spivey’s tracks. Keep an eye out for more music from Spivey in the future and check out past releases here on NHDub.
From his debut full length album, The Murder of Josh Luckett, Hapless jumps behind the camera to co-direct the visuals for the project’s lead single “Dee”. Known for their willingness to have a blast, Cincinnati artist Hapless and his EZ World crew make work fun with a sing-a-long hook and comedic demeanor.
Not everyone is happy about the latest flash in the pan rapper Slim Jesus. The “Drill Time” kid with the cartoon-like looks has offended Cincinnati hip hop artist Hapless who did not waste time making an effort to let the world know.