Category Archives: Music Video

[New Music] Slim Baby ft. Boosie BadAzz – “Lost My Mind”

Fresh off his most recent big hits Period ft DaBaby and My Eyes Hurt Boosie BadAzz is right back at it in the Studio with Slim Baby for this new hit single.

The Original Lost My Mind was dropped in 2019 and has seen great success in streaming. As of January 2022 Lost My Mind on Spotify has been streamed 860,000 time and counting.

This hidden gem should really shine now that Boosie Badazz has stamped his signature of approval.

Slim Baby’s Instagram

Spotify Link…

itunes Link…

[Video] Starsky F/ Master Jugg (@MasterJuggCeo) – “Out My Feelings”

Starsky releases his official music video for his record entitled “Out My Feelings” featuring Mississippi artist Master Jugg.

“The Magical Vibe From (OMF) Out My Feelings Came To Me (MASTER JUGG )on A Diverse Vibe. I Told Myself It Was Time To Switch It Up Starsky Walked In And Was Like That’s it There ! That’s how I knew we had one from the melonies that blame Swagg / Ys Trakkz Put In The Instrumental It Was Crazy. I Went In And Recorded The Song In 5 Min With Thank Aaron My Personal Engineer, He Stated That It Has This Vibe That Makes You Motivated & I Voluntarily Agreed.” – Master Jugg

[Video] Ol’ Smith (@OlSmith_) – “Carry On”

Rising New York recording artist Ol’ Smith premieres his visual “Carry On” , a film by Weekend Warriors; directed and shot by Jordan Hiraldo. The nostalgic visual was shot in the streets of Los Angeles, CA and has been gaining some traction. The melodic single speaks on O’l Smith and his trust issues with females and friends upon elevating. Ol’ Smith, whose real name is Oelis De Los Santos, was born in Puerto Rico and raised in the Bronx.Growing up in the Bronx influenced Smith to get into hip-hop. Inspired by artists such as Andre 3000FabolousRomeo Santos and many more. He also has an artistic unique style in fashion that naturally grasps people’s attention. His passion for music would only grow larger after putting his baseball career on hold after gaining recognition from universities across the nation. Smith’s unique melodic sound is therapeutic, from expressing himself through music he’s managed to make a name for himself in the streets of New York
Coming from a rough background encouraged Smith to spend more time recording music; racking up many new singles and networking with artists and producers around the city. His records “Gotta Go” and “Go Hard” were some the firsts to really break the ice and gain heavy traction. Smith performed opening acts for artists like A-Boogie Wit Da HoodieUnoTheActivistThouxanbanfauni and more; grabbing crowds with their energetic, melodic cadence while shaping the new New York sound. Watch “Carry On” and stream the single on all platforms. 

[Video] PB Rio (@ItsPBRio) – “Want Mo”

Atlanta based artist PB Rio was born in Davenport, Iowa and developed his versatile style crossing the Midwest and the South. His personality flows straight through his fun and playful sound, mixing it up with hard hitting, gritty lyrics that ring with reality.
He won Atlanta’s #1 Internet Station K100 contest which landed him the opportunity to attend the Revolt Summit in 2019. His single “WOAH” was featured on Snoop Dogg’s Mixtape “Tha Return Of Doggy Style Records”. OG Bigga Rankin consigned him by featuring his single “S.P.O.T” on his mixtape “Bigga Is Betta vol.11”. He also landed the cover of the Atlanta based magazine Grynd Report. He’s been interviewed on iHeart Radio’s “Industries Most Wanted” Podcast hosted by Tampamystic. Multiple singles off of his 2020 album entitled ‘’Raised Hard” can also be heard spinning on Shade 45 Chicago’s Fake Shore Dr. In January of 2021 PB Rio released his latest project “God Why”. This album’s lead single “Even” has been receiving airplay from internet radio as well major stations like 93.1 Jamz in Wisconsin & Texas’s own 94.5 The Beat. Follow PB Rio on all social sites @ItsPBRio or Also in September of 2021 a newly anticipated single was released  “WANT MO” streaming EVERYWHERE! 

[Video] Nu Jerzey Twork (@NuJerzeyTwork) – “Strapped In”

Trenton, New Jersey artist Nu Jerzey Twork drops off his official music video for his record entitled “Strapped In”. Spyy vs Spyy is the first of a new Battle Rap compilation album series showcasing the newest music from today’s hottest Battle Rappers! Nu Jerzey Twork, Goodz, Chess, Jus Daze, Crystal Renee, Strapped1700, O.T.M to name a few! The album is hosted by Babs Bunny of Battle Rap League Queen Of The Ring and the prolific Dj Kay Slay of NY’s Hot 97. Battle Rappers are part of Smack URL & Queen Of The Ring Battle Rap Leagues and also The Control Room and more. Battle Rap Fans will enjoy the new music from some of their favorite Battle Rappers!  

[New Music] Drama G Tha Chief – “Big Rakes Remix” ft. Duke Deuce King Tino & Fatboi Skrap

With Knowledge & experience of the streets behind him the born & raised Chicago, Illinois native Drama G Tha Chief has overcome the odds of growing up in the ills of the poverty stricken inner city life. Moving to Minneapolis, MN as a young adult Drama G Tha Chief has taken these experiences and turned them into musical form that can reach the masses through live performance & entertainment with a hardcore persona and a variety of heavy hitting production Drama G has earned the right to acknowledge his recognition as one of the stand out artist of the Midwest. The ceo is a bigger problem than you think as a community ambassador and giving back to the streets plus being Ceo of the independent label GGE (GOGETTAZ ENT) the movement is reaching great heights. Currently Drama G is working on a whole list of projects including his Mix Tape “Get Money Or Die” also His Solo debut E.P “Money Drugs & Politics” and his hit single Big Rakes and the remix with Memphis artist Duke deuce and single 2 turnt .. also networking with other upcoming Artist(s) and Affliated with the legendary rapalot records Drama G aid definitely that artist that’s making noise through the industry.

[New Music] Keishh – “Play Wit ‘Em”

New Jersey is no stranger to female thoroughbreds, especially in the world of Hip- Hop. Shikiba Carr, better known by her stage name “Keishh” is no shortcoming of this testament. Born and raised in Jersey City, NJ, Kieshh’s journey began on September 10th, 1995. Like many of her counterparts, Keishh had what she describes as a “good” childhood, although surrounded by the typical trials and tribulations of the inner city streets that is Jersey City.

Being the only child raised in a single-mother home, Shikiba spent most of her time participating in school-related sports and activities. This included cotillions, cheerleading, and football, unlike the majority of her female peers. Although heavily impactful and supportive in her life, and in her music, Kieshh’s father spent most of her childhood incarcerated; forcing Shikiba to develop a toughness and savvy about herself. Raised by a lineage of early childhood educators (her mother and grandmother) Keishh was no stranger to higher education and pursued a nursing career before dropping out of college to pursue music full-time.

Beginning to write raps and do remixes with her friends at the age of 14, Ms. Carr didn’t begin to take music seriously until 3 years later, at the age of 17. The name “Keishh” was given to Shikiba by a former associate who saw parallels between Ms. Carr and “Keisha” from the movie “Belly” featuring the late – legend DMX, and Nas. Liking the name, Keishh decided to customize the moniker and run with it. When asked what pushed her into music in the first place, Ms. Carr makes it clear that it was her father that initially embraced the music vision; having a background in music himself.

A music career is a dream that she and her father began pursuing together upon his release from prison, making it not only her dream, but a vision that they both would share. Shikiba’s world would soon be turned upside down with the unexpected passing of her father, and what seemed to be the end of the dream that they had started together. Although taken back, Keishh decided to not let this end her, instead, she uses this tragedy to fuel her passion and strive even harder toward the goal that she and her late – father had set. “It would’ve been selfish of me to give up after my father passed, I have to keep going.”

With mind, body and spirit set to attack the goal at hand, Keishh transforms from the young aspiring nurse that likes to rap , to “Da Don”, an artist whose voice & presence is felt in a mob-like manner. With a chip on her shoulder to carry out her and her father’s dream , being a mom to her daughter is what pushes Keishh to work relentlessly in the studio; some would even call her a “workaholic”. Keishh began to really make a name for herself in 2018 with the release of her single “Periodt”. This underground banger attracted a great amount of attention from fans, other artists and independent labels within her city. The reception of Kieshh’s art is what made her realize how powerful her music is, and why she had to give her supporters more.

Aside from music, Shikiba is well versed in fashion and is setting to release a string of online boutiques moving forward. Getting it done by any means necessary, it is no surprise that Keishh “Da Don” has a promising future in both Music and Fashion, setting herself apart from any artist of her time.

[Video] DJ Dap (@DJDap) F/ Kent Jones (@KentJonesWTB) – “Magic”

DJ Dap born in Panama City by way of Tallahassee started out doing music back at home in Panama City where he became interested in music and learned how to deejay and started doing music performing in a local rap group called N Moshun (In Motion) where he traveled and performed while in high school. Once arriving to Tallahassee for college to join FAMU’s Marching 100, he got into radio heavily on the college station WAMF shortly after he stopped marching and did some music with the late Total Kaos which is apart of a made for TV movie called “Sharing The Secret” and a track on a Bass Compilation called “Mo Betta Bass” with local record label Mega Ace Records. Now he returns to music with help from Tallahassee native Kent Jones by way of Miami to do music again and put out a new album titled “From Panama City To Tallahassee.” The first new single is an up-tempo grown folks record called “Magic.” The follow up to Kent Jones’ smash hit top #4 single “No Plans For Love” with DJ D Nice and Neyo. “Magic” is the next grown folks hit that can take you from the club to the skating rink. The video is shot in Tallahassee, FL around Florida A&M University and several locations in the city. It’s directed by Miami director AJ The Visionary.

[Video] Laniyah West (@LaniyahWestt) – “Lemon Pepper” Freestyle

There is a new body of work that just dropped and it needs to be heard. Laniyah West recently released “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” official music video and it’s a whole vibe! Her passion for music began at 8 years old & officially started making music at age 15 years old. She won 1st place in a rapping contest at age 16, for BDL4Life Magazine. She dropped her first EP at age 18 years old titled 8/28 and she has opened up for Rod Wave. Her inspirations are Sade, Tupac, Nas, J Dilla, and Nicki Minaj. She has upcoming music, music videos, events, and EP project dropping in November 2021. The project will be full of clever concepts, creative delivery and beats that are slapping. Her EP will tell a vivid story from start to finish. We look forward to watching Laniyah West blow up out the south and grow among the fans. Go listen, and watch Laniyah West, the next artist to blow out the south.

[Video] SkipperBoy (@SkipperBoy4) – “Buster”

Upcoming New York recording artist SkipperBoy premieres his visual “Buster” directed and shot by WhyCueTV. The dark cinematic video was shot in the streets of Peekskill, NY and has been gaining some traction ever since. The melodic single speaks on SkipperBoy and his trust issues with females and friends upon elevating. SkipperBoy, whose real name is Erik Bond, has been making music for over a decade now with many released singles.

Starting his career in 2010. He quickly caught the ears of many DJs like DJ Lazy K, Whoo Kid, and the late DJ Diggz. Having an ear for music, SkipperBoy can instantly hear a radio classic. The artistry inside SkipperBoy doesn’t allow him to stay confined to one type of genre. He’s influenced by Rock, Hip-Hop, R&B, Soul and the list goes on. He is the definition of what it means to be innately hip-hop, as evidenced by his mastery of music which was primarily self-taught.

In 2018, he released his debut single “Let’s Go” following up with the release of his first rebranded EP “SkipperDaGoat” which is self explanatory. Fast forward to 2020 he released a joint project with Roswell Gray titled Rosboy. SkipperBoy has dropped several singles over the last year including Silhouette, Shake Dat, Message, Entanglement, Stand Up produced by NickJrOnTheBeat & The Compilation (2.0) EP with his brother Lou Costello. Watch SkipperBoy’s Buster and stream his singles on all platforms now.


Southern Crooner Edgar Dickey Invites The Ladies’ to “Come Over”

New up-and-coming artist Edgar Dickey brings real music back that the world is missing. Press play, listen to “Come Over” and Live each day like It’s your last.

PHOTO CREDIT: Ghostown Visuals






Edgar Dickey





[Video] 8rooklyn 8atman (@8rooklyn_8atman) – “8ruce Wayne”

 8rooklyn 8atman will release his second LP “Plague of a Dark Generation” on Friday, September 10, 2021, on all streaming platforms. A deluxe package for the release will be made available to fans including merchandise curated by 8rooklyn 8atman that includes the first release of the 8rooklyn 8atman “Plague of a Dark Generation” (POADG) comic strip. As a vegan, 8rooklyn 8atman promotes healthy alternatives for all people regardless of what they engage with. The package also includes hemp rolling papers, a limited edition POADG snapback, a Bat tee, and a tape cassette for fans who still like tangible music. The album features production from GOTCHA, Digital Crates, Dre Da Most, Def Starz, Nixon Beats, Fritz & LSP, King Payday, Dellononthetrack, Curious George. 8rooklyn 8atman self-produced four records on the album himself. Finally, the album will also feature DJ Whoo Kid who will appear as The Mixtape King, a character in this Brooklyn Batman universe. Each song will represent a new adventure for our Brooklyn Batman.
8rooklyn 8atman follows up to his first single “Chiddy Bang,” which received over 150,000 views on Youtube, with his new fun-filled music video for “8ruce Wayne.” “8ruce Wayne” depicts 8rooklyn 8atman taking on Harley Queens as they initiate an unprovoked attack against Brooklyn’s dark knight. The video was directed by 8rooklyn 8atman. @Controversenyc shot and edited the video that was filmed on location in the Don Cesar Hotel in St. Petersburg, Florida. The Don Cesar Hotel was formerly a Veterans Affairs hospital and made the perfect backdrop for Harley Queens to run wild in the makeshift Arkham Asylum.

“I want people to be entertained,” said 8rooklyn 8atman. He continues “I’m not a typical artist and people may feel my get-up is a gimmick but it isn’t. After being released from prison I wanted to be someone that my sons can look up to. That’s why I started going by Brooklyn Batman. It allowed me to engage with my 4-year old son when I came home in a fun and positive way. I hope fans take away from this that I am Brooklyn Batman and my job is to motivate people through music and share how I overcame my own many struggles. Growing up in foster care, not being wanted, getting wrapped up in the system were all obstacles to me. However, a seed was planted and it grew out of concrete for me. It’s time I plant some seeds to the fans and other people who might just need to hear something good. As I say in my verse on Bruce Wayne, ‘if you are what you think then think you’re the shit!'”

The Ultraviolet Pirates Tour headlines recording artist Riff Raff of Houston, Texas and Grammy-winning DJ, “The Mixtape King,” Queens-born DJ Whoo Kid. JodyHighRoller Entertainment announced Brooklyn Batman’s addition to the tour from August 14 to August 29, 2021, following an impressive showing during the United States southeast region leg of the tour. Brooklyn Batman’s performances are known to be theatrical and have featured Harley Quinns and real-to-life body-slam of The Joker.

8rooklyn 8atman is a recording artist, entrepreneur, and book author. Following the release of his book “Seeds in the Concrete,” it sold over 5,000 copies. Brooklyn Batman also sells the books on tour as part of his merch. The Brooklyn-rapper performs with his band the Frontline Avengers. The Frontline Avengers include Qu3st Qu3st, Reck Savage, and RockstarODD and they act as an anchor to Brooklyn Batman’s high-energy performances. Imurje Inc is the label. Brooklyn Batman is managed by One Brikk Worldwide.

[Video] Riofromthecity F/ Mike Smiff – “Let It Blow” | @vRealRio

Boynton Beach, Florida and Perception Empire ENT. hip hop artists Riofromthecity puts on for his city. Boynton Beach is a city in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States. Riofromthecity has fast become a hot topic for all music fans especially Hip-Hop fans. I’m a rapper with a lot of tricks up my sleeve. Riofromthecity has opened up for Rod Wave. Riofromthecity is a rapper, singer, producer, and engineer. Riofromthecity has been in the studio putting in work, that’s when the management team Perception Empire ENT. took notice and signed him to management, marketing, and production deals. Perception Empire ENT. loves the fact that Riofromthecity is humble and hungry. DJ’s locally, nationally and internationally have been spinning Riofromthecity tracks. Riofromthecity says he likes songs that bring energy and that he plans on bringing to the table good music and good positive energy. His team Perception Empire ENT. looks forward to watching Riofromthecity blow up out the south and grow among the fans. He’s bathing in it. Riofromthecity will soon be in the ranks of the fastest-rising up-and-coming artists of the month on streaming and more. Riofromthecity had a breakout moment with the release of his music videos, and music video trailers. He keeps building, and growing his streams from there. Riofromthecity has an intense, and relatable story to tell and what better way for him to express those emotions through rapping, and making music. Riofromthecity plans to create music that inspires and memorizes fans. “I believe that I can bring diversity to the music industry. I love music from all cultures and walks of life. Music is what connects us as beings, and I want to connect us all. Through my music I plan to uplift, guide, educate, and heal the world. The legacy that I will leave behind is self-love, peace, and harmony amongst all. I want to be remembered as the artist that healed the world, and made good music. Go listen, and watch to Riofromthecity the next artists to blow out the south and Florida.


West Coast Artist, Floy Dexx delivers the visual to his single “Timeless”

Floy Dexx is a versatile hip-hop artist raised in Belize City who triples up as a producer and executive producer. At the age of 10, Floy has a romantic start with music and learns to write songs. At that time, most of his songs were about his life – drawing inspiration from legends such as Tupac Shakur. Floy’s enterprising mind gave him an early start that was way ahead of his peers. At age 16, he took himself through college while producing singles for other artists and himself. His ability to sell is one among many of his stellar qualities other than music. When he was 24-years-old, Floy sold over 10,000 copies of his first mixtape only in the first month of its release.

In September 2018, he worked alongside prominent names in music such as Snoop Dogg and Famous Dex. He has since harnessed the power of collaboration and learn from the best while building his presence in the industry. Floy’s music is an exciting mix of Hip-hop and the “good vibes” culture, such as the one embedded in Jamaican music. The seamless integration of these two genres is testimony to his mind-blowing musical prowess. Floy Dexx’s 2018 single, Tropical Nights, is one such song that has a powerful mix of both hip hop and Jamaican music. In 2020, he released more break-through singles such as; “The One, Flawless, Press Play,” among others. With a growing national fanbase, Floy is undoubtedly the one to watch in the near future.


While growing up in Belize, has was surrounded by several challenges, synonymous with anyone growing up in a third-world country. There is not much diversification in Belize. People there were mainly focused on Jamaican music. But Floy was inspired to choose a different route and chose to be true to himself and his calling in music – just like a true believer that he is. As a kid, he used to watch B.E.T and told himself that, someday, he would be there doing exactly what they were doing. That dream never died. Floy has never let it go since that time. Hip hop was always his thing. He believed that through it, you can tell a story beyond what anyone could ever imagine. For all these years in music, the idea behind creating amazing stories for his fans has kept him believing in more. Be sure to connect with Floy Dexx on his website, social media, and digital music platforms.










[Video] Jaraiyia Alize’ (@JaraiyiaAlize) – “The Godmother”

Domestic Violence is real. The Godmother is on the way to save the day. Contact 1.800.799.SAFE (7233) TTY 1.800.787.3224 Chat Chat live now Text Text “START” to 88788. Jaraiyia Alize’ has fast become a hot topic for all music fans especially R&B and Hip-Hop fans. Today, the Danville, Illinois, native artist will release her second project of the year. It is called ‘The Godmother’ official music video produced by Ryini Beats. Jaraiyia Alize’ has been approaching the R&B and hip-hop limelight for months, and now, it seems, she’s bathing in it. Jaraiyia Alize’ will soon be in the ranks of the fastest-rising up-and-coming artists of the month on streaming and more. Jaraiyia Alize’ had a breakout moment with the release of her silent music videos, and silent short film trailers. She keeps building, and growing her streams from there. In August of 2021, he reached the Top 50 Apple Music song charts for the first time thanks to a growing fanbase she calls Pearlz. Jaraiyia Alize’ is on her way to becoming the music industry’s next most promising superstar, and songstress. Jaraiyia has an intense, and relatable story to tell and what better way for her to express those emotions through singing and making music. With inspirational icons to admire such as, Beyonce’, Rihanna, Anita Baker, Miley Cyrus, and Taylor Swift; it’s with versatility and personal experiences that have molded Jaraiyia into yet another iconic artist in the making. Now working on musical projects with some notable collaborations such as Ryini Beats. Jaraiyia Alize’, plans to create music that inspires and memorizes fans. “I believe that I can bring diversity to the music industry. I love music from all cultures and walks of life. Music is what connects us as beings, and I want to connect us all. Through my music I plan to uplift, guide, educate, and heal the world. The legacy that I will leave behind is self-love, peace, and harmony amongst all Pearlz. I want to be remembered as the artist that healed the world.” Stay connected with musician and talented artist Jaraiyia Alize’. Jaraiyia Alize’ released her first ever NFT Project ‘Jaraiyia Alize’. This NFT project represents Jaraiyia’s first venture into the world of digital assets and is out now. The Piano Man non-fungible token (NFT) is part of Jaraiyia Alize’s first NFT collection along with The Pearlz NFT Auction. You can purchase it via M&G Collections and Rarible. This project was conceived by Jaraiyia Alize’ and her team as a way for her to connect with her ever growing fan base in a unique way leveraging blockchain technology. Go listen, and watch ‘The Godmother’ by Jaraiyia Alize’.

[Video] KJ-Wita-AK (@KjWitaAk1) – “Get It, Grab It”

Upcoming Minneapolis recording artist KJ-WITA-AK premieres his visual “Get It, Grab it.” The audio was recorded in his basement in his in-home studio during the George Floyd kaos and riots in his hometown Minnesota. The record was a freestyle he did with Pro Nyne Tre who he shouts out to even after their fallout over an earlier recording. The music video was shot in the streets of Minneapolis right on Lake and Cedar in South Mpls. In the visual you can see all of the destruction that happened in his city after the riots. KJ accumulated over a half a million streams so far just this year. For his great achievement he celebrated by deciding to go downtown Los Angeles on Skidrow during the pandemic and gave back to the community. He gave out food to the homeless and gave them positive vibrations and words of wisdom during their time of need. KJ has released 10 songs just this year and ever since his streaming numbers have been rising. Listen to KJ’s “Get It, Grab It” streaming on all platforms now.