The SEVENth & Sángo Celebrate Valentine’s Day with New Single “Stay W/ You”

By Uptown Toney

Trying to set the mood with gems after gems and vibes on vibes? No worries! Michigan based collective, AGO is here to help round out your unconventional yet perfectly curated Valentine’s Day playlist with their newest release.

Dually serving as title-track to The SEVENth’s upcoming Spring ’18 slated EP, “Stay W/ You” finds the self-proclaimed audio wizard encapsulated within the contagious of Sángo’s synth-heavy soundscape, painting a romantic future alternative picture of the war between work and love.

Fervent on contact, The SEVENth skillfully showcases his lyricism over Sángo’s beautifully heavy beat and airy cadences. When speaking about the song, The SEVENth had this to say, “No matter what, or where my musical journey takes me, I’m all in, and music is something I’ll stay with; as I believes that music is my first and true love.”

Stream “Stay W/ You” below. From induction to ending, the song delicately delivers AGO​’s signature sound.

Also, be on the watch for In The Comfort Of, Sángo’s forthcoming project set to release March 16th. Pre-order to now on iTunes!

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Hip Hop Artists and Beatmakers: Post Your Music (2-14-18)

By FuNkwoRm

Hey Indie Hip Hop Artists and Beatmakers!

It’s Indie Wednesday! Time to share your music!

If you’re new to this hip hop blog, check out the rules below and post your music.

PLEASE READ

1. Everyone is limited to one music post per week. Spammers will be banned.

2. You can post the same song if you posted it the previous week but keep that practice in moderation

3. Converse and dialogue with each other as much as you like. In fact, I encourage it.

Here is the suggested format:

1. Name of the artist:

2. Location (where are you from)

3. Couple of your social links (Twitter and or Facebook)

4. Say something about yourself, hip hop, or anything interesting. It can also be totally unrelated to music. Show us you have a personality.

Post music or videos that can play in the thread please. No download links to your mixtape.

Feel free to post any PICS and GIFs.

POST…LISTEN…NETWORK

Follow Indie Hip Hop on Instagram.

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King YC – “BussaBag”

By Kaitlin

King YC is back an applying pressure with his new hit single “BussaBag” produced by Bay Area multi-platinum producer Rawsmoov who also produced the number record “who booty” by John Hart featuring French Montana. After sitting back and studying the game a little more, King YC has decided to do a #BussaBagChallenge tour scheduled to start in March through July 2018. This is definitely a new wave and new lingo. He is looking forward to having the whole world chanting this new word #BussaBag by the summer!

The single is mixed by Grammy Nominated Engineer “Steve Farrow” better known as Migos in-house Engineer/Producer. He has also worked with Lil Yachty, Lil Baby, and Yummy Pearl. 2probeats also collaborated in the mixing process, while it was mastered by Grammy Award Winning legend “Colin Leonard” at Sing Mastering Studios.

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Vo: Chicago’s Quickly Emerging New Artist Releases Video to New Single, “Liu Kang” ( @lyricalvo )

By Indie Hip Hop Staff

There’s a new independent hip hop artist in Chicago who has been buzzing hard with regular Facebook video releases of him rapping while sitting in his vehicle. Well, he’s taking that buzz to new levels by releasing new, studio recorded material along with videos to them. This one, titled Liu Kang, produced by Stereo Mixtrumental is one of them. It’s on IHH so we fux wit it. Check it out.

Website: thisisvo.com

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Cokeboy Zack – “20 Below”

By Kaitlin

Over the past few years, Cokeboy Zack has quietly put together a catalog of music that has yielded him critical acclaim and his own burgeoning fan base. Widely known as the president of Coke Boys and the younger brother of French Montana, Zack has not rested on his laurels. Handling the business aspect of the CB brand while also in the studio, the Moroccan-born artist has collaborated with the likes of Quavo, Belly, Post Malone, Jeremih and of course, his Cokeboys brethren French Montana, Chinx & Velous. Since releasing his “Here’s Half” project back in 2016, Zack has been in the studio working on new material and today he unveils his brand new Brandon Bangerz produced cut titled “20 Below.”

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Lethal Injektion – “The Crossover” [Video]

By Kaitlin

Lethal Injektion is comprised of Jacob Ryan, Jonathan Russell, guitarists Lawrence McIntyre and Jesse Espich, drummer James Ringstrom, and bassist Luis Rodriguez. Each member contributes his own unique style to the band. The musicality and technicality of the group are incomparable. Their songs are spontaneous and creative. They have developed a large, devoted fanbase due to their ultra-hype and energetic live shows. Equally important, Lethal Injektion is being compared to the likes of such superstars as Korn, Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park, System of a Down.

The hard-hitting group has collaborated with Tech N9ne, Twista, Madchild, Bubba Sparxxx, Crooked I, and more. However, their latest hit song is their most ambition single to date. It’s called the “Crossover” and it’s receiving kudos from a myriad of top notch industry insiders and notable DJ’s across the nation. The song is off of Lethal Injektion’s critically acclaimed album “Judgement Day.” Lead vocalist Jacob Ryan (AKA The Raskal) has a distinctive rapping voice that resonates well on this track. Check out the visual for “The Crossover” and follow these West Coast Metal pioneers on their journey to success.

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A-Mac Embraces the Challenges of Being an Independent Hip Hop Artist. ( @thisisamac )

By FuNkwoRm

A-Mac is an independent artist who has called a number of different regions, home. He’s no stranger to this blog so we caught up with him to talk about his new EP, Come & See .

What brought you to hip hop and who were you listening to?

Well it’s the culture, you know? It’s literally the embodiment of expression. Early on I used to drum, and we know how well connected drums and rhythm are to hip-hop so I suppose it was only a matter of time. As far as who I listened to, there were a few. Growing up I listened to a lot of Pac, DMX, Nas, Cube, Outkast, Ye, Wayne, Drake, 50; I could go on so I’ll stop with etc. Ye inspired me with his creativity and drive to do things his way. Nas’ ability to flow caught my attention. As far as now, my range of what I listen to is still broad. Nipsey Hussle’s business mind of the industry is hard not to be drawn to. Travis Scott reminds me a lot of Ye in terms of creativity and own lane. Drake. People kind of confuse me when they don’t mention him in anything. But I can go from Chief Keef, to Kendrick, to Childish, to 2Chainz; just depends on my mood lol.

You’ve lived in a few different places. Which region influenced your hip hop style the most?

Yeah, I’ve lived basically everywhere except the West. Plan on taking a trip out there this year. Honestly though, being in a specific place hasn’t influenced my style; at least not in a majority type of way. What I can say though is that all the area I’ve been have allowed me to incorporate specific elements of each area’s style; that allows me to appeal to every region …read more

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From Later – “Lonely Arcade” ft. Elah

By Kaitlin

From Later is a music collective hailing from Toronto, Canada. For their single, “Lonely Arcade” they linked up with the vocalist Elah. Elah delivers a smooth and sultry style on the track, putting the concept of future R&B sounds in motion. One might describe her melody, as effortless, and the song seems to flow hypnotically. “Lonely Arcade” is the first single by From Later.

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Juju – “Strange Fruit” [Video]

By Kaitlin

With clips taken from real life interviews of Nina Simone, JuJu embeds her influence and powerful artistry with this new video “Strange Fruit.” Tackling America and oppression still affecting African Americans, JuJu successfully addresses this still present issue.

Brooklyn Born – North Carolina transplant, Jalissa Coppage a.k.a Juju is a talented songwriter and skillful lyricist. Through her music Juju “strives to give a voice to the voiceless” spitting conscious lyrics inspired by personal experiences and the experiences of those in her community. Recently named WorldStarHipHop’s “Female Talent of the Week” and a viral victory with her widely shared freestyle over Mobb Deep’s Quiet Storm, Juju has amassed a strong following and received over 3.6 million video views to date.

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Hip Hop Artists and Beatmakers: Post Your Music (2-7-18)

By FuNkwoRm

Hey Indie Hip Hop Artists and Beatmakers!

It’s Indie Wednesday! Time to share your music!

If you’re new to this hip hop blog, check out the rules below and post your music.

PLEASE READ

1. Everyone is limited to one music post per week. Spammers will be banned.

2. You can post the same song if you posted it the previous week but keep that practice in moderation

3. Converse and dialogue with each other as much as you like. In fact, I encourage it.

Here is the suggested format:

1. Name of the artist:

2. Location (where are you from)

3. Couple of your social links (Twitter and or Facebook)

4. Say something about yourself, hip hop, or anything interesting. It can also be totally unrelated to music. Show us you have a personality.

Post music or videos that can play in the thread please. No download links to your mixtape.

Feel free to post any PICS and GIFs.

POST…LISTEN…NETWORK

Follow Indie Hip Hop on Instagram.

Check this: Hip Hop Artists and Beatmakers: Post Your Music (2-7-18)

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