Memphis rapper BlocBoy JB and hip hop artist Drake, aka Drizzy, in the official music video for the song “Look Alive.” Video filmed by Yoo Ali of Ali Productions. Single available for download on iTunes, Amazon and others. Off OVO Sound and Warner Bros. Records.
Memphis rap legend Al Kapone aka Ska-Face Al Kapone is back with a new mixtape entitled “Sinista Funk Resurrected.”
Memphis rapper and producer Juicy J has released his highly anticipated fourth solo album ‘Rubba Band Business‘ on today, December 8, 2017 on Kemosabe Records, Columbia Records and Taylor Gang Records.
First day leaving the hospital for multiple gunshot wounds, Memphis rapper Young Dolph announced he would be dropping a new album.
Upon leaving the hospital suffering from gunshots wounds after being shot in Hollywood, California, Memphis rapper Young Dolph immediately announced the release of a new rap album entitled “Thinking Out Loud.”
From Canada to Memphis! For those that didn’t know Canada has long had a flourishing hip hop scene, just maybe ask rapper Robin Trill, a proud product of the Canadian Hip Hop scene who recently hooked up with an ‘M-Town’ veteran for a collaboration.
Atlanta record producer Zaytoven and Memphis rapper Young Dolph teamed up for the song “Left Da Bank” and now the music video is available. Check it out!
Rapper Young Dolph announced the release of a new album while leaving the hospital in California after recovering from gunshot wounds.
Memphis rapper MoneyBagg Yo in the music video for the song “Reckless” featuring Baton Rouge, Louisiana rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again aka YoungBoy NBA.
K. Michelle in the R&B song “Make This Song Cry” from off The People I Used to Know scheduled to release December 8, 2017. The song is available on K. Michelle’s album KIMBERLY: The People I Used to Know.
Rapper Big K.R.I.T. in the music video for the song “Keep The Devil Off.” Ironically, the rapper brought on a traditional gospel vibe with his own touch of signature hip hop style.
Memphis rapper and CMG recording artist MoneyBagg Yo in the hip-hop song “Stand Down.” Federal 3X currently available now.