Despo - Homebody (Remix)

“Come be my Rihanna or my Thotiana, either way” spits Despo to that special person.

Despo gives us a little something by remixing Lil Durk’s “Homebody” to slide some clever bars for his shawty.
Good joint to warm us up until the next drop!

Enjoy!
-Louie

Latrell James - One Call

As elusive as he’s been, Latrell James is always one phone call away.

Slowly, but surely, Latrell has been letting off singles to get us ready for a new project. The phone theme seems to be most prevalent and it’s working.
He continues to showcase his strong songwriting skills with an infectious hook and strong verses to accompany it.

“One Call is a reminder that mortality is real. My hope is that when people hear this song, they go check in on their loved ones.” -Latrell James
Stay noted for more.
-Louie

GoldLink - U Say (Feat. Tyler, The Creator & Jay Prince)

*Big sigh* Ahhh, summer tunes are beginning to surface and this one right here is probably my favorite one released so far!

GoldLink teams up with Tyler, The Creator and Jay prince to create a very chill, bouncy record you can dance to, drive to, drink to, or really whatever you please. Jay prince applies beautiful vocals for the chorus that sooth your mind and soul. GoldLink uses his rhythmic flows to completely float over the afro-drum heavy beat. Tyler gives us his classic rap style while giving us his thoughts on a girl he’s trying to run off with.

GoldLink will be on tour with Tyler, Tix on sale Friday!

Let us know how y’all feel about this one!

- Foolish Heart

Whytri - Showboy Freestyle

He’s been flipping tickets like crazy.

WHYTRI slides us a drop right before his first headlining show at The Middle East in Boston. He let this one go as the first offering of “Lucies Vol 1” because the VIP tickets sold out (clearly a dope sign and something to celebrate).

“Showboy” has him rapping rapping over production from Breezen as they combine for what seems like a lyrical encore after a successful showing.

Get your tickets to tonight’s show here and also check out a playlist made to familiarize yourself with the artists on the bill.
-Louie

Israel Wusu - Catch Fire

“Down for the dogs before I’m down for myself”

Israel Wusu takes about three minutes to lay down some real bars about what he’s been through, how he’s gotten through it and where he’s headed with this music thing.
Very dope to see him continue to flip the raps and balance it out with the melodies at the same time.

Enjoy!
-Louie

Lunchbagg - Blueprints

No time to waste, stick to the blueprints.

Lunchbagg lays down “Blueprints”, a self-produced joint to rock to.
At the foundation of this track is some honest lyricism about things he’s experienced as well as the people around him.

-Louie

Adao - Keep It A Buck (EP)

After dropping track after track for the past two months, Adao gives us the “Keep It A Buck” EP.

Adao really shows his versatility on the project and it will attract the followers undoubtedly. The EP features one other artist, Mulatto X.
For me, “Michael Jackson” and “Off-White” are the standout tracks. Go stream it on all major platforms.

-PJ

Krew$ - Personal

Krew$ drops his second track, “Personal”.

Following “Ghost”, the track was a Valentine’s Day surprise, but hey, I’m not complaining. Krew$’s music has the substance and consistency that your favorite rapper doesn’t.

Go check out his new single!
-PJ

Khary - Ichigo Kurosaki Freestyle

Floodgates are still open.

Khary let off one freestyle yesterday, in the likeness of L from the anime “Death Note”, but he wasn’t done!
He asked his fans to engage and if they did enough he would drop another one… seems like they did enough.
Here’s “Ichigo Kurosaki Freestyle” in likeness of the main protagonist of the anime “Bleach”.

As he mentioned in the first freestyle: “this won’t sound like this, if that makes sense” (referring to how the next project will sound like).
Enjoy!

-Louie

Deante' Hitchcock - Can't Leave Without It (Freestyle)

#NewAtlantaTuesdays keeps on going.

Since early January Deante’ Hitchcock has been letting off a freestyle a week because, as he says, he’ll never run out of things to rap about.
This is easy to him and he continues to prove it as he sits on 21 Savage’s “Can’t Leave Without It”. He shouts 21 Savage and brings more light to the immigration issues the country is facing while letting off the fire bars we all enjoy.

If you haven’t been hip to the series, check out his SoundCloud for a bit to catch up!
-Louie