In a day and age where lyricism seems to be the extinct, JP ONE, born Alvin Hill, has made it his sole focus. As an artist, he has crafted some of the most captivating hip- hop to date. As the CEO of Gifted & Talented, LLC, he has become one of the leading forces in Detroit’s hip-hop scene. He has released five critically-acclaimed mixtapes, close to two dozen videos and has been featured on WorldStar, VladTV, and othertop hip-hop sites…
Back with Vol.4 of more Mixtape Wayne. This tape shows Wayne attacking various hits. He shows you how once he remixes a song it might as well be the original. Hope ya’ll enjoy and thanks for the love.
Rez Burna’s new single “Vice Versa “is a remake of the classic Pastor Troy 2001 song. While Pastor Troy rhymed about “What if Heaven was Hell and Vice Vera”, Rez rhymes about,…..
Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we are joined by Rapper Big Pooh. Known as a member of the acclaimed hip hop group Little Brother, Pooh discusses music streaming, the importance of reading, and current...
Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we are rejoined by Houston, Texas rap artist Short Dawg. Short explains his new moniker Fresh, his current relationship with Young Money Entertainment, and his latest project with 2 Chainz (T.R.U.,The Real...
Welcome back to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode with politick with the homie Bobby Creekwater. Bobby discusses his newest project “I Am From A Place”. This show also features music from Nicki Minaj and Jae Millz.
Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with San Diego rap veteran Mitchy Slick. Slick is a solo artist and one-third of Stones Throw Records hip-hop trio Strong Arm Steady. Founder and CEO, Slick branded Tha Wrongkind, a familial...
Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with R&B singer, songwriter, record producer Amanda Perez. Known for her radio hits "Pray" "Angel" and "Candy Kisses", Amanda discusses new projects and the independent...
Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with KANG Smoke. Smoke is 1/2 of the Grammy nominated southern rap duo Field Mob. KANG Smoke discusses the status of Field Mob, their Nappy Boy Entertainment deal, his solo projects, and new...
Cleveland, California, and the DMV reunited for the fourth volume of the "We Major" mixtape series. Collaborative mixtape with Turbo City, Prop Joe, and PoPolitckin.com. Picking up where the previous volumes left off, We Major Volume 4 features the best in indie and...
Orange County’s, Locally Grown frontman, Endz releases his latest visual from the “Supply N Demand” album. “Servin” shows a seemingly restless Endz speaking on the sacrifices and grind of his art while waiting to begin video shoot
Portland artist Mic Capes returns with the dope summertime visuals for his Northside anthem produced by Bravo Domo, “Jumper Cables” featuring fellow St. John’s representative Vinnie Dewayne. Directed by Nik Popp, “Jumper Cables” connects two of Portland’s most promising artists in Capes and Dewayne for an instant classic.
Portland artist FLiBOiMOE drops the deep new visuals “Letter To My Pops” produced by fellow Pyrex Media artist Mikey Vegaz. Appearing on his upcoming EP, MOE takes time out to update people on his life and his mindstate since losing his father earlier this year.
Heavily influenced by alternative, rock, jungle, funk and hip hop, his sound is distinctive, authentic and inspiring. Some of his influences include Prince, Andre 3000, Jimi Hendrix, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, James Brown and DeAngelo. He has performed for the likes of Janet Jackson, Angie Stone, Usher and even been heavily praised by Prince!
Franceauthagod is fresh off tour after assisting Que and Deniro Farrar on the road. “Rockstar” is another collaboration with Teesteez. The North Atlanta rapper is preparing to release his debut EP titled The Outcome, exclusively produced by Teesteez.
Rapper/producer/multi-instrumentalist Count Bass D presents “Too Much Pressure” featuring Snoop Dogg, the title track to his new EP, produced by DJ Pocket.
The latest episode of #BarsWeekly by Kahlee & Muds One is shot at an undisclosed location in Gardena, CA. As we approach 2018, Bars Weekly is turning into more than just an acapella rap video series.
On the heels of his recent Gifted World Remixtape, which includes freestyles from classic Boston tracks from the likes of Ed.OG and Made Men, new hometown hero Bishup Bicardi unveils “Owe You Nothing” produced by Teddy Roxpin
Ever wish that ex would hit you up? Today Xzayvier laments his lost love in the new visual for “Check On Me”, produced and directed by multi-talented musician / songwriter CLVSSIC.
In this episode, we politick with author Isaac “Ike-Moe” Williams. Ike Moe latest book is entitled “From The Courts To The Streetz”. The true life story of a Dallas native once considered one of the city’s best basketball players in the late 1980’s. He attended Spruce High School from 1986 to 1989.
Mo B. Dick is a founding member of the production team The Medicine Men (formerly Beats by the Pound), which produced most of No Limit Records’ releases from 1995 to 1999. During his stint at No Limit Records, He not only produced tracks, but was also a featured artist on over a dozen songs.
As Founder/CEO of Dirty Money Entertainmet (DME), Blacc Zacc is an entrepreneur on the rise, with plans to make his label a household name. Born Zachary Chapman in Columbia, South Carolina, Blacc Zacc grew up in Columbia Gardens where he began rapping at the age of 13. “I was inspired to be successful in life by my older brother Tony,” he remembers. “I looked up to my big brother’s lifestyle as a child.”
017’s new DMV artist J. Brytni is known for her soothing 90’s style of music. Mixing her song writing abilities along with very trendy vocals and her many styles of beautiful harmonies.
Welcome to another fly edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with DMV rapper Interstate Snake. Snakes discusses his football background, current projects, the importance of branding, and more.
Welcome to another exciting edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we are joined by San Diego, California author and entrepreneur Dainnese Jackson.
Dainnese discusses Epilepsy Awareness and her latest novel “Killa & Heaven”.
Welcome to another dope episode of PoPolitickin. In this edition, we politick with Baton Rouge, Louisiana hip hop artist Young Bleed.
Bleed discusses his time with No Limit Records, his connection to rappers Kevin Gates, Boosie BadAzz, and more.
Welcome to another fly edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with Houston, Texas music artist DOC STRANGE.
Shanell is the R&B voice of Young Money, plus a very talented writer having penned Lil Wayne‘s hit single “Prom Queen“. SnL has received a lot of praise from her boss Weezy on several occasions, even appearing on 4 separate tracks of his Gold certified Rebirth album.
Rapper Nes Bandit presents the Ken Floyd-directed music video for “Paper’s Legit”, the new Mo Reese-produced single from Black Nobility, his new album featuring Murs, Alexis Garrett and Mizzori. The son of a retired preacher, Nes was raised in the Philadelphia suburb of Mount Laurel, NJ before moving to Indianapolis to further his career in pharmaceutical sales, becoming one of the only three African American male reps in the entire state.
BIANCA has been working intensely on, writing, crafting her sound and today releases her first official single: “Eyes On Me”. Born and raised in Los Angeles, the smile on her face is like the weather, always shining. Being sensual, funny yet edgy and raw, unafraid to be who she is, the whole essence of being your true self, is what her music is about. She aspires to transform all this warmth and lust for life despite the ups and downs, into extraordinary songs she’s putting together for her upcoming mixtape: Cool Kids Travel.