Two weeks into his career and Raed. may be my pick for best new artist in 2016. “Marguerite” is just this Akron native’s second song. His mellow vocals contribute exactly what you’re looking for when you first hear the amazing instrumental. I have this on repeat, and if possible that’s an understatement!
Los Angeles/Cleveland based producer E-V is back with the third installment of his EV Effect series. This massive mix contains songs by Earl St. Clair, Kaiya Wolff, Machine Gun Kelly, A-Trak, and many more! Easily a new favorite playlist for any hip-hop or EDM fan, this hybrid DJ brings fans a whole new kind of sound experience. Stream The EV Effect Vol. 3 below.
Chance The Rapper appeared on Saturday Night Live last night, making history as the first independent artist to ever grace the live show’s stage. What better time for the young rapper to debut some new music , huh? Stream Chance’s new song “Somewhere in Paradise” with R. Kelly and Jeremiah below! You can also take advantage of the FREE iTunes download by clicking here.
After dropping his Synergy Tape just a few days ago, fans old and new of King Chip are all ready to hear what he’s been hiding on his new, highly-anticpated project CleveLAfornia. Though a long time in the making, the album fails to disappoint. Featuring guest appearances from artists Asher Roth, Big Sean,Chuck Inglish, Hopsin, Project Pat, and more, this is yet another Chip project you’re not going to want to miss out on. Click here to purchase on Amazon.
Machine Gun Kelly drops the visuals to Gone his most emotional track to date, which features Leroy Sanchez. Gone hits on the subject of absentee fathers and has two different points of view with MGK talking to his father and his daughter talking to him. This song is off his #1 album “General Admission” which you can get right here (iTunes) (Google Play). Gone is directed by Casey McPerry.
Jack Ü, the EDM duo consisting of Skrillex and Diplo, ruled the summer with their smash hit “Where Are Ü Now”featuring Justin Bieber. However in more recent news, the group’s latest music video for their song “Beats Knockin'” has leaked, and you know we’ve got you on lock with the leaks.
Check out Diplo & Skrillex’s new music video below, featuring the lyrical flow of rapper Fly Boi Keno, exclusively on Vimeo.
Noisey did a dope piece on Cleveland’s rap scene. I’m in full support of the article. It’s always going to be artists that feel like they should have been put on a list like this, but we should salute the ones that made it. It’s a good look for the city.
Only thing I don’t like is them calling Kid Cudi a loss for Cleveland. Maybe I’m biased since he is my favorite artist of all time, but I bet I can find a lot of people who would disagree strongly with the comments they made about him.
Upcoming vocalist Kaiya Wolff teams up with trap veterans Styles&Complete and Dim Mak’s DOCO to unleash this new Moombahton banger “Projects”. The bouncy backbeat and catchy lyrics are sure to get stuck in your head after just one listen, but by no means is it a song you’re going to want to forget about anyway! Stream it below, or you can download the song for free by clicking here. Don’t sleep!
Machine Gun Kelly drops a new video for his track World Series off his #1 album “General Admission” (iTunes, Google Play, Spotify). The World Series video recreates the fight scene from the movie Snatch, the video is also a depiction of MGK’s career. Take a look at the video below. LACE UP!!! EST 4 Life.