Monday, September 25, 2017

Zone 6 Sinister - "808 Sosa" (Mixtape) | @Zone6Sosa |

The infamous artist/producer Zone 6 Sosa returns to release his highly anticipated mixtape "808 Sosa" with production features from DTrain, YK, and Taliban Ju of 808 Mafia. Alongside lyrical features from Sevie Koy, Tall Black, and Gwalla Man Dash to name a few. Zone 6 decided to release this one on his G-Day as well as to represent Virgo season and what they're capable of. Make sure to stream this fire mixtape and let us know what you think in the comments below.

Sap - "Where Was I" (Prod. By Sap) | @therealsap |


Multi-platinum selling producer Sap, takes another moment to step from behind the beats to the forefront with a newly released hit single "Where Was I".

Jonathan King, better known by his stage name Sap is an American hip hop record producer and rapper from Newark, Delaware. SAP is an acronym for "Sound of A Pioneer". He works closely with producers Cool & Dre , but is currently independent and not signed by a label. Sap has produced for artists such as Mac Miller, The Game, Schoolboy Q, Tyga, Chris Webby, Juicy J, Juelz Santana, Fat Joe, Freddie Gibbs, and Meek Millamong others. He is best known for producing Mac Miller's Platinum single "Donald Trump" and "Watching Movies", and The Game's "Celebration". Most recently he Produced, "Powers That Be" featuring Rick Ross and Nas. The song is featured on Ross's Album "Rather You Than Me". As a rapper he is the leader of the group The Pioneer Crew.

Jeremiah Stokes - "Corona" (Prod. by Z. Will) | @Jeremiahstokes_ |


Michigan City, Indiana emcee Jeremiah Stokes returns to the scene after a brief hiatus due to the passing of a close friend. His new single "Corona" shows a different artistic side and spirit of the young 22 year old artist. Losing a friend is showing Jeremiah that he's gotta grind and live is his life to the fullest because that is what his homie would've wanted him to do. This song is inspirational and proves that Stokes is ready to take over the music world as you can hear the ambition within his lyrics. We expect nothing but the greatest coming on the release of his forthcoming project, "BLKBRD".

Produced by Z. Will

Engineered @ the Chop Shop

Cover Art by Ambitious Cloud Studio


Jeremiah Stokes

Firewood Poetry - "It's my art to xxxx" | @FirewoodPoetry |


Canadian electronic music producer, Firewood Poetry, will release her fifth single, “It’s my art to xxxx” with support from the music label Rauthentic. “It’s my art to xxxx” lulls its listeners into a dream-like state before vigorously awakening them with heavy percussion and a hauntingly assertive voice which demands ownership of its own artistic pursuits. Painted in the backdrop of the track, layered vocals and melodies are interwoven, creating an illusive depth and texture like that of a distant memory.

From the serene shores and lush rainforest of Salt Spring Island, B.C., Firewood Poetry incorporates the tranquility of the West Coast’s natural landscape into her music. Her genre may be categorized as trip hop, but her style is authentic and one of a kind. Influenced by both traditional East Indian and contemporary electronic music, Firewood Poetry promises to bring to the Canadian electronic music scene a genuine sound that is fresh and true to her own.

Firewood Poetry It's my art to xxxx

Marci Phonix - RIOT [Music Video] | @MarciPhonix |

Grime originator MARCI PHONIX returns with brand new music. Call to arms ‘RIOT’ is the first of several hard hitting social commentary singles and videos, taking on the police, the media and blasting fellow MCs for not tackling the real issues young black men face in 2017


"I've been gone for a few years now and these rappers are still just talking about the same old thing... designer clothes, drugs and getting girls, whilst the police are still kicking our mums front door off, killing us in the streets, following us around shops... someone needs to start telling the truth!"

Marci Phonix, one of the founding fathers of UK Grime, burst onto the scene back in 2002 alongside contemporaries such as Dizzee RascalWileyJME and Kano. After performing at sold out venues across the country, he fast gained a reputation of being one of the fiercest MC's in the industry, headlining events such as Sidewinder and Eskimo Dance along the way. This success led to collaborations with SkeptaGhettsand Big Narstie, with his music being championed by all of the key media outlets of the time. Now he is back with a fire in his belly, an arsenal of new material and a message for the masses "Nobody's Safe!" Stating;

"My new music isn't just another compilation of music, it’s a piece of me!”

The first instalment is debut single ‘Riot’, which acts as a call to arms to disaffected youth across the board. The controversial track and music video has been championed by Grm DailyComplex and Spotify and helps deliver his message of alienation, frustration and the misrepresentation of young black men in modern day Britain. Certainly not pulling any punches on his return, Marci Phonix looks set to cause a stir once again in the UK Hip Hop and Grime scene.

Follow: Instagram Twitter | ‘Riot’ Is Out now on all digital outlets including Spotify and Apple Music

Marci Phonix

Stonebwoy - Falling Again ft. Kojo Funds (Official Video) | @stonebwoyb |

Award winning Ghanaian artist Livingstone Etse Satekla aka Stonebwoy has teamed up with Kojo Funds to deliver this stunning new single. Produced, mixed and mastered by multiple award winning Ghanaian producer Mix Master Garzy‘Falling Again’ is performed in English and Patios, which emphasizes the diversity of both artists over a laid back dancehall meets afrobeats production. Stonebwoy explains;

"I was looking for someone that I felt I could relate with on the most natural level and Kojo was just the guy (being super authentic with his sound and also a brother from the Motherland). He sent his verse back very quickly and it best suited what I was trying to achieve which was the feel good/ meaningful vibe”

Stonebwoy shot to International fame in 2014 with his hit single ‘Baafira Feat. Sarkodie, but the burgeoning dancehall act initially started performing as a rapper In high school, occasionally appearing on a then well known rapping battle ‘Kahasari Level’ defeating established acts such as Dr Cryme and Sarkodie. This led to him being signed to Mobo Award Winning Dancehall act Samini’s own record record label, and after releasing his first album ‘Grade 1’, he went on to form his own musical movement ‘Burniton Music Group’ (BMG). ‘Falling Again’ is taken off his next studio album EOM (Epistles of Mama) which is scheduled to be released November 2017 under Zylofon Music.

‘Falling Again’ is out now on all digital outlets

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Stonebwoy - Falling Again

Fanshore & Tropic ~ "Sunlight" | @tropictalks |


Fanshore, otherwise known as Tyler Darrington is an electronic producer living in London. Originally from Suffolk, Tyler infuses a variety of genres using his broad and eclectic knowledge of music to create various enticing tracks.

Tropic, Tristan Gibbs, merging spoken word and rap together to align his thoughts and day to day experiences in life.

Sunlight generates a vibrant, neo-soul/hip hop vibe that’s reflective of sunny London days. The boombap style drums along with the simplistic, groovy bassline is the back bone to the track, allowing the both unique vocal styles ride along fluently. Sunlight combines the musical backgrounds of both Tyler (Ex Teen brains) and Tristan (Tropic) to create a sweet summer number.

Merging jazz with hip hop/ boom bap and the way words are spoken over these beats brings Fanshore and Tropic together on their debut single together.