March 21, 2022
New Video: Lil Durk – Barbarian (Official Video)
October 8, 2021
Hip hop collective Duss8 consists of Harlem rappers E.Daney, A Cee, JROBB, and Money $. The crew returns with their latest project, “Foxy”.
The beat takes us back to a more nostalgic time in hip hop with lyrics by the trio, E.Daney, A Cee, JROBB making it a head nod to add to your playlist.
Stay tuned for more from this hip-hop collective.
You can check out Duss8 on Amazon Music.
September 9, 2021
Dallas rapper GUN40 surprised his fans with an 8 track EP entitled Sore Loser along with an EviJanJohn-directed music video for the title track.
“Sore Loser is an EP for the loyal fans, the core following,” says GUN40. “I wanted to give them something to listen to while they wait for IDGAF2. This just the warm-up.”
From making classic rap tracks to making emo trap and urban pop, the Def Jam alum hopes to make music that touches everyone. “I can’t fit into one box, I won’t,” he explains. “I have to make music because music is in me.”
Check out the tracklist for Sore Loser below, out now on all DSPs.
- Sore Loser (Produced by Narcowave)
- Narco Part 2 (Produced by Narcowave)
- Numbers (Produced by MexicoMerio)
- Catfish feat Shabazzz (Produced by Ayewiseguy)
- Wockarella (Produced by Ayewiseguy)
- Ghostbusters feat Melokobe24 (Produced by Danny G & Takeasip)
- I Need 50 (Produced by GUN40)
- Bihh be Tweakin (Produced by Ayewiseguy)
December 18, 2020
The Bronx’s Deyvon L. Rosa (professionally known as FlowBoy Duce) started rapping at the age of 12 and released his debut demo, “How I Tell It” at the age of 16, catching the attention of Def Jam in 2006. His 2011 debut project, The Healing Point: Vol. 1, has grasped the attention of Hot97’s DJ Cocoa Chanelle, opening doors for him to work with several artists and creating movie soundtracks. He has since then has production credits for Waka Flocka Flame, Juicy J., Jay Z, Kanye West, and more. Duce was also placed in the 2016 NY anthem, “Brody” with Love & Hip Hop: NY’s Jacquae.
Following his recent project, Payola, Duce has released his new, swagger-filled single “Pay For That”, produced by Ambiance Beats and Da Union DJ Mr. Famous. The single has reached over 14K streams on Spotify and counting.
“Pay For That” is out now on all digital media platforms.
December 4, 2020
Following the success of Clear The Air, a project that dropped earlier in the Summer, East Harlem’s Billionaire Burke has dropped his new project correctly titled Refuse To Fail, which is already climbing up the Spotify ranks.
The 14-track album under the EMPIRE/BBMG imprint is a classic project with various melodic and hard-hitting beats with a touch of some of that New York Drill incorporated on it. Burke collaborated with artists Sy Ari Da Kid, Sleepy Rose, Reese Money, Taleban Dooda, Eli Fross, and more to give the fans a concrete universal project.
Refuse To Fail is out now on all digital media platforms.
November 13, 2020
A mixture of illustrative bars and expressive energy, Midwest emcee Prospect Out Hrr differentiates between the real and the fake in his latest visual release “Clout Chasing.” Featuring fellow St. Louis artists Bates and IBenAGod, “Clout Chasing” calls out the haters, spectators, and naysayers from beginning to end; drawing a distinguished line between them and the winners in the game.
Directed by Soul Siren Playhouse, “Clout Chasing” gives insight into Prospect’s multifaceted rap style and his ability to mesh a metaphorical candor with realism on the beat. Vast alliterations throughout the song keep the listeners in tune while extreme flashing light and glimpses of imagery send viewers into sensory overload from beginning to end.
With a smooth, raw verse from IBenAGod, followed by high strung, energetic lyricism from Bates, “Clout Chasing” is a Fall favorite as the hustlers and the ambitious buckle down during the final quarter of 2020 and challenge any opposition.
“Clout Chasing” is a single from Prospect Out Hrr’s debut album No Direction coming in 2021 and is available now on all digital music platforms.
October 23, 2020
Following his 2019 joint, “This Is It” featuring YNVS first lady, Brooke Lynne, Brooklyn’s G-Pak releases his new single “No Love.”
October 21, 2020
TrapDaddy is the embodiment of an Atlien. Born and raised in Perry GA., things took a turn causing Trap to take a different direction with education. Trap saw a bigger picture for himself, and He knew that in order to become what he wanted to be he had to take his move to the city of Atlanta.
October 2, 2020
Brooklyn welcomes its newest member to the rap world, Kocky Ka, a young and multi-talented artist from BAMAZ East New York who is making some immediate impact to this hip hop game.
Kocky Ka not only raps, but he also sings and harmonizes. He has been rapping for just two years now and has already recorded with fellow Brooklynite PHresher on his current single “Go Head”. Ka will also be on a new record with Griselda’s Benny Da Butcher.
His slogan is “TABO” which means “this is a big one”…referring to every record is a HIT.
His latest single, “Respectfully”, pays homage to his hood as the visual, directed by star videographer Kaydotti, captures the artist at his best, living his best.
“Respectfully” is out now on all digital music services and stay tuned for more from this rising rap star.
August 13, 2020
Anybody from Texas and a fan of hip hop music knows that if you can get Lil Keke from the legendary Screwed Up Click then you’re going to have a classic Texas record. His body of work along with the likes of Z-Ro, Trae The Truth, Lil Flip, Big Moe, and others shifted the culture of Texas music. Add to it rising star Justin Case from Dope House and you’ve managed to create a record that transcends boundaries. Justin already amassed millions of views off of his song “Up There”.
That’s exactly what Fame Johnson (20/20 Vision Entertainment/MadMisfit) did with his release “Give It A Chance”. Pure drip for the ears and straight slab music for the soul! Since it’s release a few weeks ago, it’s quickly burning up the streaming platforms to the point where they can’t shoot the video fast enough and everyone wants to get on remix. Don’t take our word for it, Give It A Chance!
“Give It A Chance” is available on all digital streaming platforms.
All inquiries contact: Mazur@madmisfit.com