Thursday, November 7

(AUDIO) Joe Young Releases "Do It All" ft Game, Rick Ross and K Young; My Lord Knows EP Set for Release Dec 1st

In Hip-Hop often times the next big thing comes is the most unlikely of places. In this case the next big thing just happens to be from Europe - Germany to be exact - and boy does this guy plan on showing yall how they do it in Europe. Enter Joe Young. 

Armed with features from Rick Ross, The Game, Akon, Raekwon, YG, Crooked I, Fred the Godson, K Young, Kobe, Tyga, A-Mafia and production from DJ Khalil and The Heatmakerz, this German bred MC cut his teeth as far back as the 90's doing party promotion and eventually transitioning to doing songs with the likes of the infamous Wu-Tang Clan's Inspectah Deck in the 2000's. 

"At the end of the day my music is good heartfelt music for grinders, hustlas and people that want to party. Music has to wake emotions in people and each and every song I have has different emotions that will inspire people in different ways," Joe Young explained.

New Music: Keem "Shout Out To My Crew" (Audio)




“Big shout out to my crew… I’d be mad at me too, I’d be mad at me too, just look at my crew” is the moniker that STL native Keem (aka Hakeem The Dream) lives by.  In his latest offering Shout Out To My Crew the Midwest Emcee talks about staying loyal to his true friends, while keeping outsiders to a minimum. Keem’s solid delivery, paired with bounce heavy production, makes for a solid single. Keem is the epitome of a hometown Emcee.  With the continued support of his hometown Keem is now being labeled one of the hottest artist in the city. Powered by his own independent company “Pimo Entertainment”, Keem is not showing any signs of slowing down. Check out Keem’s new single Shout Out To My Crew and see why he not only holds his crew down, but also is carrying a whole city on his back!


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(AUDIO) Ricky Styles – "Dope Man"


While its been a tough few years for Trill Ent, Ricky has been carrying the West-Coast Trill Ent torch for Webbie and Boosie in Oakland. Early on the Sobrante neighborhood bred rapper cut his teeth on the road performing as an opening act for Webbie across the south after Webbie and his road manager Rambo took them under their wing.