A Neoclef favorite, Taylor J, returns to the site dropping off a new track titled “Hoodie Season.” This Honorable C Note produced single recruits the help of Dose on the bars. For those that are looking for a new project from the Minnesota native, be on the look out soon for the Winter EP titled Central Ave. Continue ReadingRead More »
From dropping projects with Kids These Days to a CLEFnotes favorite in INNANETAPE, Vic Mensa has been crafting substantial projects for a while. The Chicago native is currently prepping for the release of his upcoming album Traffic and took the time out to chat with Montreality about a host of subjects. Continue ReadingRead More »
What you get when you blend R&B, Pop and Hip-Hop? Good tracks from Miami native Khaotic. Releasing today is the new track “Dime Piece” where a woman’s best attributes are examined. Check out the track after the break.
Representing Michigan, the duo of Galaxy X and bdropped a free album titled LOVEDRUGS: Audio Demonstration back in August, bringing a new type of sound to Detroit. In a blend of singing and wordplay, Kris matches X complex bars and intense lines to bring you their project. Representing the FCE collective, the duo’s LOVEDRUGS project is available after the break and via dontlovedrugs.com. Continue ReadingRead More »
While he preps the release of his EP, Jeanius slides out his new single “Shine.” Produced by Centric and featuring R&B artist Lauren Liparulo‘s vocals on the chorus, the song provides a proper intro to the EP. The Brooklyn emcee is a member of Free At Last Music Group, which will drop his forthcoming EP which will have more production from Centric, along with Ty and Swizz Beatz. Continue ReadingRead More »
Representing Dallas, BLAK comes with a smooth track titled “Sewers.” The track serves as a warning that you can count how long it will take for the rapper to emerge from bellow surface level and make everything his. Check out the track after the break.Read More »
Luke Christopher has already had an interesting road in his early career. Kicking off at 17, Luke was signed to Interscope but now calls RCA Records and ByStrom Entertainment home. At his new home he is crafting his new album, a long way from crafting records at home as a teenager, “I was just a kid making music under my bunk bed.”
To check out Luke Christopher speak on his start, performing live, California living, favorite tracks and more visit Vita 10|17 today.