Hip-Hop, Rap | ClarkAirlines – GoodTimingYeah

Posted by on July 31, 2015

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Starting his rap career at the ripe age of 15, the now-23 year old ClarkAirlines has had plenty of time to come in to his own. And it shows. The unique sound crafted by the Chicago native is something fresh and enjoyable to listen to in today’s soundscape.

The expressive vocal tone paired with a witty, yet hard hitting writing ability make “GoodTimingYeah” a standout, and also showcase a snippet of what to expect from ClarkAirlines’ forthcoming project Trill Air.

Rap | IAMSU drops his very promising new track, “Every Night”

Posted by on July 23, 2015

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IAMSU comes in clutch with his track “Every Night” which he released yesterday. Kool John and P-Lo teamed up recently with their single “Blue Hunnids.” Adding IAMSU into the mix makes for a legendary trio. Roll the windows down in your whip and slap this. IAMSU definitely brings the positive vibes with this one. Enjoy.

Rap | ProbCause – “I FEEL U”

Posted by on July 22, 2015

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The energy in this track is contagious. ProbCause’s flow over this brass-laden beat will have you clicking repeat over and over. The inspiration for the track comes from the people in his life who are “cool chasers.” Those people who only hit you up when your buzzing or when they want something from you. ProbCause will be headlining his first four this fall. If your in NYC you can catch him at SOBs on July 30th.


Rap | G-Eazy has a message for those who are only interested in his money and fame

Posted by on July 13, 2015

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Bay Areas G-Eazy released his track “Oh Well” earlier today and he’s got an important message to the people around him. In this track he explains how real friends stick around even if one has no fame or money. He goes on to explain that people who wanted nothing to do with him when he had no money or fame now try to act like they are his best friends. G-Eazy’s response to that is “Oh Well.” Very respectable. Check it out.

Hip-Hop, Rap | Flash Giordani – She Gone

Posted by on July 10, 2015

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Flash Giordani has been turning heads with his music for a while. Capturing the SoundCloud audience was a first step for the Baltimore rapper. Since then though, he has showed his sound can’t be pigeonholed. “She Gone” is a warbling, beautiful breakup song with just the right amount of cleverly placed wit to balance out the actual emotional turmoil.

Flash is funny, energetic, and most importantly of all and talented-ass rapper. Be sure to check out “She Gone” and stay posted for more of his music.

Rap | Check out one of the two songs G-Eazy just released

Posted by on July 3, 2015

Bay Area rapper G-Eazy has two new releases. The first is “You Got Me” the first one, and “Running” is the other. The track “Running” is very chill and a low intensity track. The smooth beat mixed in with G-Eazy’s inspiring lyrics make for a very good track. G-Eazy talks about his youth and the need to stop running and eventually man up and stand your ground. Dope track give it a listen.

Hip-Hop, Mixtapes, Rap | Check out “Servin” (Feat. StoneyThaDealer) off of Problem’s new mixtape “Mollywood 3: The Relapse”

Posted by on June 30, 2015

Last Friday morning at 6:00am I drove to LA on a 6 hour journey to see Problem’s viewing of his upcoming “Mollywood 3: The Relapse” mixtape in Hollywood. Part one of his mixtape is entitled “A Side” and was released today exclusively to HotNewHipHop.com at 3:54pm EST. Part 2 of his mixtape is entitled “B side” and will be released on July 2nd. Essentially he played 45 seconds of each song and let me tell you that this mixtape is filled with some big time bangers. The whole mixtape is very impressive but some notable tracks to look out for are “Servin,” “Relapse,” and “Make Me Say (At Yi Yi).” “Mollywood 3 is what’s needed right now,” explains Problem. “I’m not satisfied with how the club, the streets, nor how the playlists in all the ladies cars sounds like right now. I’m inspired by DIAMOND LANE. I’m inspired by independence. So when I chose to do a double cd, but drop each side on two different days, the reason is as simple as this: because I muthaf***in can.” After listening to this mixtape, it is safe to say that Problem is back. Enjoy!