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Check out this new music video from Manchester Rain self titled “Manchester Rain”. The video has a cinematic feel to it with big sound attached. Give it a view and let us know what you think.

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More Info On MANCHESTER RAIN: Artist and producer, MANCHESTER RAIN, releases his self-titled, self produced, debut single and music video. The ex-rapper has evolved and now produces his own music; a true melting pot of genres. RAIN finds himself working alone, in his sky-lab, deep inside the belly of the ‘beats’; Manchester, UK – where studio microphones invite the stray sirens and wicked weather to be a part of the music. Working between Manchester, UK – and a small hidden studio deep inside the French Alps mountain range, MANCHESTER RAIN absorbs the two opposing environments; the cityscape and the vast mountain ranges – and allows them to find their way into the music… ‘environment is everything’. A mix of UK urban / hiphop / with touches of live saxophone, guitar and analogue synths.

Taking his name from his city’s infamous reputation for grey skies, dark days and constant rain; MANCHESTER RAIN produces and writes all of his own material and also works on the aesthetics of all related film / video and artwork. MANCHESTER RAIN is an independent artist.

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Of all the hidden places throughout Hip-Hop’s motherland, the state of Utah has been keeping a precious jewel all to its self. James The Mormon, a sonically empowered artist has been dominating the 4 corners of the United States (Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona) while sneaking onto the Hip-Hop scene like a thief in the night

Accomplishing something most Billboard Top 40 artists dream of but, very rarely ever achieve, James debuted his freshman album ‘I’m Not A Rapper’ at #1 according to the iTunes Hip-Hop/Rap charts, where he remained for 3 days until Drake released Views From The 6 on April 29th of 2016. I know it sounds like a miracle for an artist the industry is not talking about, but for James, it’s all a part of the plan. Stealthily, he has taken over an entire untapped market of Hip-Hop consumers in United States.

Premiering his 1st national single ‘Holiday’ featuring XXL 2017 Freshman Class prospect Taylor Bennett, (also famously known as Chance The Rapper’s younger brother) on Complex Hustle the new comer has composed a beautiful ballad accompanied by moving visuals made to inspire. Holiday was shot on location in Chicago, paying homage to Taylor’s home town as an act of gratitude for the dope collaboration.

Something new from Marcus Allen. If you don’t know of Marcus today we give you the visual to his new single “No Lie” presented by JG Entertainment which is receiving major radio play throughout the states.Enjoy

Philadelphia Rapper Ugly Nov  #Mr #WhatAboutTheHustlas Drops Brand New Visual For His Hit Street Single “Da Hustlas”, Check It Out Below and Stay Tuned For More Projects From Ugly Nov Coming Soon!

Stream Ugly Nov – “Da Hustlas” Here

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It is no secret that Lil Ronny MothaF has an uncanny knack for creating party anthems that can survive in any region of the country. After a very successful run in 2015 with his hit Circle receiving endorsements from Tamar Braxton, Jussie Smollett, and Beyonce, Lil Ronny MothaF is back with his latest club banger Up In The Air, which is the perfect recipe for a radio hit that sets off any DJ playlist.

This heavily animated music video references a few classic movie scenes with “UP” themes. From the notorious bike scene in E.T. to being carried away by a bouquet of balloons from Disney’s Up. There is even a child like theme to the music video which takes you on a journey through the imagination of a young boy playing with his Hot Wheels.

“From the moment I heard the beat I instantly gravitated to it’s sound. I free-styled the entire track from beginning to end, Up In The Air was birthed in fifteen minutes.” – Lil Ronny MothaF

Video: Montana of 300 ‘Panda (Remix)’

Posted: May 6, 2016 by realjdobypr in Hip Hop, News
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Montana-3851-1024x683After Pushing Back Fire In The Church Release to May 20th, the Torchbearer For Independent Hip-Hop Makes It Up to His Fans by Remixing the Country’s Number One Song

Montana Of 300 can rap over any beat and make it his own, no matter how famous the original track. The Chicago rapper frequently treats his legion of fans to remixes of popular industry hits, including Dej LoafsTry Me,” Lil Herb’s “Chiraq,” OT Genasis’s “Coco and an epic 8-minute freestyle over the beats from “White Iverson” and “Milly Rock.” Today, the self-proclaimed Rap God releases his biggest remix yet when he sinks his teeth into “Panda,” the surprise number one Billboard hit by teenaged Brooklyn rapper Desiigner. Montana attacks the Menace-produced beat with fervor, foregoing Desiigner’s percussive triplet flow in favor of his own machine gun bursts of lyrical genius: “Dressed up in all black like a panther/ I’m creepin’ I’m crawlin’ tarantula/ Bandana my face on the flag/trappers singin’ the national anthem.”

As an independent artist who built one of the most dedicated hip-hop fanbases from the ground up, Montana of 300‘s hustle can’t be knocked. The “Panda” remix follows the Chicago heavy-hitter’s XXL-debuted visual for “Here Now,” an introspective cut that finds Montana of 300 conversing with his conscience.In his annotation of the “Here Now” lyrics on Genius, Montana of 300 explained, “You get to listen in to what’s going on in my own mind… it’s kinda like me giving myself advice.” The reflective artist has been cementing his place in the game with an impressive stream of original video singles and remix videos which have accumulated 160M+ YouTube views. “He is nothing if not versatile,” HotNewHipHopnotes, while VIBE adds that “Montana rips relentless bars that separate him from his peers.” Montana of 300 previously released “WTS Now,” a track reflecting on the long journey he’s been on, from handing his CD’s out around Chicago to now having built a massive following as an independent hip-hop artist, as well as the sinister video for “Land Of The Dark,” premiered by Noisey alongside a lengthy interview.

Originally slated for release today, Montana Of 300’s latest album, Fire In The Church, a follow-up to his 2014 break-through project Cursed With a Blessing, drops in two weeks on May 20th.

 

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Check out the latest video release from Tony Moxberg “Get Away”. This record is featured on the “New York Times” mixtape out now. Enjoy the visual.

 

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Queens native, Nutso is pleased to present his latest extended play release, Divided Soul. Produced entirely by, Divided Soul Ent. & DJ Pain 1, the project is a collection of personal tales of good versus evil, expressed through rhyme by the Q-Borough veteran emcee. Intended to appeal to fans who have followed his success through the years, as well as new heads that have become accustomed to his transcontinental appeal, Divided Soul, is set for a February 18th release, through #NoLabelJustUs. Check out his latest Music Video “Block Boy”

Tracklisting:
1. Unda Ground (feat. Rasheed Chappell) [cuts by Chinch33]
2. Make It Hot (Cuts by DJ SupaDave)
3. Str8 Talk (feat. Blacastan, General Steele [cuts by Chinch33]
4. Block Boy
5. Light It Up (feat. Dynasty the Prince)
6. Hustler’s Spirit (feat. Trae the Truth) [Cuts by DJ Pain 1]
7. Far from Regular (feat. K-Major)

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Check out the World Premiere of Git Bread Entertainment’s big dawg Feezio “By Myself” off of the Mixtape – By Myself (The Introduction) hosted by DJ Greg Street