Hey Indie Hip Hop Artists and Beatmakers!
It’s Indie Wednesday! Time to share your music!
If you’re new to this hip hop blog, check out the rules below and post your music.
1. Everyone is limited to one music post per week. Spammers will be banned.
2. You can post the same song if you posted it the previous week but keep that practice in moderation
3. Converse and dialogue with each other as much as you like. In fact, I encourage it.
Here is the suggested format:
1. Name of the artist:
2. Location (where are you from)
3. Couple of your social links (Twitter and or Facebook)
4. Say something about yourself, hip hop, or anything interesting. It can also be totally unrelated to music. Show us you have a personality.
Post music or videos that can play in the thread please. No download links to your mixtape.
Feel free to post any PICS and GIFs.
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Green with Envy. Curt Green offers a revealing look at the perils of intoxication with “Too Much Henny”. The Tee Cee directed visuals take the story of a love scorned and a lost night in reverse. Rarely does a modern visual take time to tell a story and “Henny” is the exception. Watch the video below and stream Greens “Liquor Sex and Drugs” on Spotify and all streaming platforms today.
Rising Queens emcee, Yung Reno, pays homage to the borough that raised him in the new video for “Queens Get the Money,” a laid-back and nostalgia-filled trip through the New York neighborhood.
The video is brimming with old-school vibes and sentiments thanks to the palette-shifting work of director #BehindTheSeeNez, who plays up the ‘90s-era sound of the track without getting lost in the past. You can also thank Reno for that, because “#QTGM” absolutely delivers on a timeless approach here that’s sure to please the older heads and the new cats alike. A big reason for that is the mellow approach by Reno, who delivers quick-hitting verses between his infectious, sing-song hook.
The track itself stems from Reno’s upcoming EP, Crown Royal 2, which remains in the works. We may not know much about it at this point, but if the project sounds anything like “#QGTM,” we’re definitely on our way to hearing something great from this gifted lyricist.
Check out the visuals, and be sure to support the single which is available now through all major digital retailers and streaming platforms. Stay tuned for more info on Crown Royal 2.
Southside Jamaica’s Rowe OneTen returns with his latest offering, titled “Land of The Sinners”. This would be the first release off his forthcoming EP, “The Gold Rush”, which is entirely produced by America’s favorite duo, Buda & Grandz, and is set for an early 2018 release. Be sure to check out the single and keep an eye and ear out for what Rowe has on deck for the new year.
Just Juice has had quite a year. Kicking things off back in April with the release of his Lil Yachty assisted jam “I Made It,” he followed up the collaboration with a cameo on VH1’s reality TV show ‘Signed.’ The buzz gained by the Beantown emcee’s relentless grind, sleepless nights and national visibility allowed him to book shows throughout the United States and even afforded him the opportunity to join Sway In The Morning for their ‘5 Fingers of Death’ freestyle series. Today, he’s back with “WHO U R.”
Stream the track featuring his twin brother Mojo Margiela after the jump and purchase the song via iTunes here.