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BK Rapper Corey St. Rose Drops A Visual For His Latest Single “Get Back”

With a steady rising buzz in the rap game, Brooklyn’s own Corey St. Rose continues to build momentum in New…

With a steady rising buzz in the rap game, Brooklyn’s own Corey St. Rose continues to build momentum in New York City. The latter of Corey’s 2017, he gave his fans Vibes; a project that set the tone for what’s to come from the charismatic rapper. Now, to start off his 2018, Corey makes his return with a new single and video for “Get It Back,” produced by Tyeon Thompson.

BK Rapper Corey St. Rose Drops A Visual For His Latest Single "Get Back"

Borrowing elements from some of his borough’s most iconic names, like Big Daddy Kane, the late Notorious B.I.G., and Marcy’s own Jay-Z, Corey’s swaggering persona and (Brooklyn) bravado is on full display in the video directed by Dpoftheyear. We see both sides of Corey as a rapper and showman. He walks the streets of Chinatown in New York City with two ski masked vixens by his side.

As always, Corey’s delivery is witty and boastful. “I just copped a Cuban for the trigger finger/Might cop another one for the middle finger,” he raps. Corey has big plans for 2018, make sure you’re on the lookout!

Check out Corey St. Rose “Get It Back” video, below.

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Quality Control Announces QC DJs Tour

Too Official Promotions in conjunction with Ov’r Da Top Promotions and Industry Rollout have partnered together to bring us The…

Too Official Promotions in conjunction with Ov’r Da Top Promotions and Industry Rollout have partnered together to bring us The Quality Control DJs Tour. Quality Control has its finger on the pulse of today’s hits with multiple hits by its roster of superstars including Migos, Lil Yacthy, and Lil Baby. Spearheaded by Too Official who is the marketing manager for Quality Control Music Group, the QC DJ’s 2018 Tour will start August 10, performing in 15 cities across Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, South Carolina, and St. Louis. The three artist that will be headlining this tour are Erica Blac , DurtyDu And Trap Dinero.

DurtyDu mixes the hard sounds of the streets of uptown Washington DC, where he was born and raised, with chill, hip hop vibes. Raised by Muslim parents from Sierra Leone, DurtyDu uses his time spent abroad to creatively blend both his American and African influence in his lyrics and style. Raised in Cypress Hills in East New York, Brooklyn Erica Blac is a singer with an island sound stemming from her Haitian roots and spiritual vibes. Her soulful lyrics are inspired by her love for reggae and soul music.

See the complete tour dates below for a city near you.
August 10th, 2018 In Jackson, MS At Freelons

August 13th, 2018 In Macon, Ga At Sparks Lounge

August 17th, 2018 In Warner, Robbins At Blitz

August 18th, 2018 In Gainesville FL At Saga Nightclub

August 19th, In Savannah, Ga At Dapphin Park

August 23rd, 2018 In Valdosta , Ga At Stadium

August 25th, 2018 In Fort Valley, Ga At Shaggys

August 30th, 2018 In Columbus, Ga At Club Fetish

September 1st, 2018 In Millidgville, Ga At Ballroom

September 7th, 2018 In East St. Louis, IL At Da Beno

September 8th, 2018 In Augusta, Ga At Club 706/ Private Eye

September 15th, 2018 In Jacksonville, FL | TBA

September 16th, 2018 In Aiken, SC At Seventh Lounge

September 21th, 2018 In Ridgeland, SC At Pluto

September 22th, 2018 In Barnesville, Ga At Rendezvous

The tour is lead by the new single, “Every Little Thing” by Erica Blac. Listen to the new single below, courtesy of Spotify.

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Mr. P Chill Returns With “Funky Uncle Chill” — A Crate Digger’s Dream

Mr. P Chill is no stranger around these parts; he’s remained one of those fixtures who stays true to the…

Mr. P Chill is no stranger around these parts; he’s remained one of those fixtures who stays true to the grind/hustle without wavering. Flying under the radar, he’s continued on the road, bringing positive energy and a love of Hip Hop across the nation. His 13th solo album, Funky Uncle Chill, is a testament to his non-stop journey, a realization and acceptance of his OG status, and a simultaneous nod to loop diggers everywhere.

You can almost picture P in his studio surrounded by stacks of dusty vinyl while putting together this tracklist. From the onset of the super laid back breakbeat of “The Rhyme,” he laments that 25 years later in his career he’s far from finished. He also fondly reminisces about the early days (golden era) of the culture which birthed him.

The theme of keeping it moving is present in a few spots. He revisits it most notably on “More Time,” where he asks for “a little more time” to reach his dreams. “I Don’t Care,” dripping with a funky almost vintage Too $hort vibe he raps “till the day of my death and my very last breath, spread knowledge on tracks trying to do my best.” He does this of course, as the chorus suggests, whether you’re feeling him or not.

Some shining moments on the project see P take slightly different approaches to the album’s big-picture arc of riding out an innate need to reach goals within our lifetime. “Summertime” is a laid-back ride through Sacramento; top down, blunt rolled, sunshine beaming.

The production is noteworthy as hell. Handled by OmegaZ, Elephant Gerald, Joe Doose, and P himself, it has a meticulous aura about it; tracks like “4 AM,” the super poignant message to gun-happy police officers “Don’t Give Up The Fight,” and even the title track (which is an instrumental) are laden with funky samples worthy of a standalone Tidal playlist.

Overall, P stays true to himself. It’s something he contextualizes best on the last track “Reach You,” where P accepts that he continues down the same path with a throwback sound that may be hit or miss; however, he continues to craft songs packed with honesty, relatable truth, and an endearing dedication to the culture. All — as he notes — to reach you.

Give Funky Uncle Chill a spin!

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DJ D Glove & Larry Gordon Drop “Good Time” Video

It’s unique for an artist to be able to honestly describe their current release cycle as an authentic learning experience,…

It’s unique for an artist to be able to honestly describe their current release cycle as an authentic learning experience, but for singer Larry Gordan, his affiliation with HBCU Records is just that. A fully functioning student-run record label at the Mike Curb Institute at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida, HBCU is helping groom a whole new generation of A&R’s, executives, and entrepreneurs in the city, while helping Gordan — a star on the rise — get his name out the masses.

Having recently wrapped a tour with Akon’s Konvict Kartel, the talented singer’s latest single “Good Time,” a collaboration with DJ D Glove, a Florida-based Army veteran, is a bop and a half. Having hit countless stages across the country, entertained icons, and had his music appear on both television and the big screen — including having his song played on an episode of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta — Gordan is putting in the groundwork for success.

Check out the official visual for “Good Time,” below.

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