Young Roddy – “Certified” | Official Music Video

Fresh off of the “Redeye Tour” along side Corner Boy P and Fiend 4 Da Money, Jet Life Recording artist Young Roddy brings out the official music video for his track “Certified” off of the ‘Bales’ mix tape from 2013.  Roddy’s voice over the beat is most definitely an homage to the style of past greats in the game, 2014 is sure to be another star year for Young Roddy and the JetLife Crew.

Chok-Mak and Henny Tha Brain -“40oz” (Prod. By Bunty Beats)

Representing Jacksonville, North Carolina  in the best of ways Chox-Mak teams up with Henny Tha Brain, and Bunty Beats to bring you “40oz” complete with a hypnotizing beat egging on the verbal onslaught from both artists it is hard to only play this track once. They also have a raw hip hop version of the track that will take you back to the 1990’s era of hip hop. It is nothing but raw beats and menacing wordplay all through. Chox-Mak and Henny Tha Brain will be releasing a lot more material together in the near future. This is the perfect track to cruise or chill to its your choice either way it can not be overlooked.
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DJ Drama Lands A&R gig with Atlantic Records

A big congratulations goes out to the man DJ DRAMA Atlanta based hip hop mogul has been called up to join the A&R team at Atlantic Records. With this new post instead of working as an artist for the label he will be working with and helping to cultivate young talent coming up through Atlantic Records. Drama had this to say about the new position ““My first two albums as an artist were on Atlantic, and I’m now looking forward to working with Craig and Julie [Greenwald] in a new capacity, helping them break the label’s next crop of amazing talent.”

The work has come full circle for the veteran, and now he gets to use his musical foresight, and talent to help new artists find themselves and grow like he did with his time as an artist for Atlantic Records.

J. Oliver |Featured Artist

Less than three years ago, J Oliver quit his job in his native Baltimore and moved to sunny Los Angeles in hopes of making his longtime dreams a reality. With $50 in his pocket and a contract that would eventually prove fruitless, it wasn’t long before he ended up having to return home and hit the ‘reset’ button. Sometimes though, the best thing to do is sit still, be around the familiar and create something bigger and even better.

2013 was a big year for J Oliver. There were a lot of relationships built, a lot of placements made — from Meek Mill’s “Ain’t Me” and Kirko Bangz’ cut “Old Ways” to French Montana’s “I Told ‘Em” on his debut LP– and just like that, the multi-talented independent is far beyond where he was struggling to make ends meet during that fateful year in LA. One of the catalysts in his accomplishments to date was meeting well-respected Radio Raheem in Miami and taking advantage of the opportunities provided by the industry veteran. Another is the growing friendship between himself and fellow Baltimore native, Los. “Los is like a big brother to me,” he shares. “Without him, I wouldn’t have been able to do a lot of the things that I’ve done. He pushes me to this limit where I could do anything.”

He hopes to prove his worth beyond his city with the upcoming release of his as-yet-untitled debut project which he says is guaranteed to be in top three of whatever drops around the same time — even though he hasn’t set an official date. “I want people to take away the emotions that I put into my music…,” he insists. “The realness. Everything that I go through in life. Even the way that I live my life which is constant partying, women and working. All those put into one. Sometimes my music is a little too personal to where I’ll have to reconstruct a few things.” Working with T. Cole whose songwriting credits include both Chris Brown and Usher and already having his sound locked in gives J Oliver more of a confident edge over any other newcomer to the industry. Having had the chance to see Jay perform live it was obvious from the show that his star is on the rise. A big eye needs to be kept on him in 2014 and beyond without a doubt.


Click here for the newest J. Oliver track “695”

Git Beats x Hubbs – Times Like This | Music Video

Producer Git aka Git Beats (Yoruba Records) and Pittsburgh artist Hubbs come back with the second single entitled “Times Like This”, off of the upcoming LP “Piece of Mind” to be released January 21, 2014. With a solid hi-hat and kick pushing the beat Hubbs is able to weave a story of an artist trying to keep a strong mental edge amidst the whirl wind coming up in today’s music industry.