DC’s Phlegm molds rage into music on “Anger Management.” What happened to the love and affinity for the bad guy?
Joey Green finds his voice on “Lost.” The rate at which music is digested in a digital market creates the
Keffaleng creates late night lust on Not So Famous. Off an impressive and seemingly innocuous release of his debut project, (ironically
Austin Royale, Well$, and Frais construct sonic unrest on “Nevermind.” Having taken a sixth month hiatus, the North Carolinian rapper/producer returns
DMV’s Jewel creates vividly dark fantasy with “Tell Me.” There’s no denying that “Tell Me” contains all the elements necessary
Papers. Culture. Music. Philanthropy. Is there anything RAW Rolling Papers can’t do? Close your eyes. Imagine a brand whose existence
20NVR exemplifies soul on NVR. Hip-Hop seems to be missing the majesty of the group, a longing quest for a
Big Flock rises from the trenches on The Great Depression. In what could arguably be described as on of this
LULBIGBROTHER stakes his claim on “Break It Up.” I know I know, proximity has made me a strong advocate for
MaxxP and Young Greatness show it’s all in the “Lifestyle.” As a solid single from his follow up to “The
Milf Mitch creates cinematic euphoria on “Ultra Violence.” There’s quite a muddied line between dropping a song on your platform of
SYPH goes straight to the source in “Off The Boat.” Sauga City native SYPH’s uprising has been an enigmatic one.
Young Scrap rebrands love on “Trill and B.” Asking an artist whether they rap or sing typically ends in the
Juice40k challenges mortality on “Live Forever.” Is it me, or does the perception of the villainous underdog make for a
Watch the majority of Broccoli City Fest in under one minute. Broccoli City is becoming a staple musical experience in