[Podcast] Self Help Spotlight – Donald Fusilier | @TheTeamFuseCamp

In this episode, we politick with professional athlete and trainer Donald Fusilier. Donald signed with the Iowa Barnstormers of the indoor Football League on October 13, 2017. He is also working on the completion of his first book, “Never Give Up: The Donald Fusilier Story”.

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Eddie MMack | @EddieMack59

​Eddie Mmack is a young rap artist from San Diego, California. Using his words of experience to reveal the image of his community and the way he was brought up in South East San Diego, Ocean View area. Eddie MMack brings a clear sound that incorporates all elements of hip hop music ranging from a calm approach to an aggressive approach.

[Interview] Artist Spotlight – Earl Adamant Allen | @Adamant_1988

Rapper Earl Lee Allen was born—and raised—in Hammond, Indiana, but currently resides in San Antonio, Texas, a city ripe with hip-hop talent and history. While he enjoys his work a supervisor at a juvenile treatment center, making music is his ‘true’ passion.

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Baby Slick | @babyslick3k

Baby Slick is a promising young artist from the unforgiving streets of Southeast San Diego. His journey into the world of music can be traced back to the confines of a tiny California jail cell in 2016. It was there, at the age of 17, that Baby Slick picked up a pen and pad simply because there was nothing else to do.

[Interview] Artist Spotlight – iLLspokinn | @illspokinn

Brooklyn-based emcee iLLspokinn presents the video for “The New JC”, a song from Vagabond Road, the collaboration EP between iLLspokinn and French DJ/producer ZaJazza. Raised in Taunton, Massachusetts by his Cape Verdean mother, iLLspokinn has collaborated with Sadat X and Grammy award-winning vocalist Maya Azucena, and was named one of Rawkus’ 50 next important hip-hop artists as part of his band Spokinn Movement.

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Haddy Racks | @haddyracks

Hailing from Bronx, New York Haddy Racks remembers when rap music had you standing by the radio waiting for your favorite jam to come back on.

[Interview] Artist Spotlight – TRIBECA-GRAND | @SportOfTheGods

TRIBECA-GRAND represents an unprecedented culmination of nearly 50 years of combined professional experience, and a shared cultural experience in Hip-Hop dating almost back to day one. The Bronx is the birthplace of Hip-Hop. Philadelphia is the home of the first Rapper to win a Grammy.

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Von Villain | @Von_Villain

Von Villain is a no nonsense lyrical genius, whose subtle punchlines and infectious flow has the whole tristate buzzing with anticipation of his upcoming EP. He skillfully mixes boom bap beats with a gritty New York sound.

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – F.L.O.W. | @Flow349

In this episode, we politick with NY hip hop artist F.L.O.W. F.L.O.W. (Freedom Lies Only Within) is a hip hop artist hailing from queens, NY who prides himself on lyrics and content.

[Interview] Artist Spotlight @LooseLogic

Southern California emcee Loose Logic presents the music video for “No Shame”, the new single from Reflections, his forthcoming album featuring JL of B.Hood. Loose is recipient of the All Access Magazine Music Award “Best Hip-Hop Artist of The Year”, the O.C. Music Awards’ “Best Urban Artist of the Year”, and was also named a “Top 100 Unsigned Artist” by Music Connection Magazine.

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight @MilanHightower

Welcome to another edition of PoPolitickin Artist Spotlight. In this episode we politick with Charlotte, NC songwriter Milan Hightower.

[Interview] Artist Spotlight – Marcel P. Black | @MarcelPBlack

Baton Rouge, Louisiana emcee Marcel P. Black presents “#FreeBLKPPL”, the new J-Filly produced single from Seven, his new album featuring MegaRan and Victoria Cross. Supastition, Substantial, Tef Poe, and Mr. Franklin a.k.a Kamikaze from Crooked Lettaz appeared on his 2016 album Cry Freedom

[Interview] Artist Spotlight – Monk Mandino | @MonkMandino

California rapper and self-described “rap game Mark Twain” Monk Mandino presents his new single “If You Like It I Love It”. Produced by DamCold, the single is the duo’s introduction to a sub-genre they dub ‘HawaiI Bass’, which Monk calls “what you’d get if you mixed 2 Live Crew, Too Short and early Eminem”.

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Mr 704 | @therealmr704

Marcus Frazier known to the Hip Hop Nation as Mr. 704 encompasses all things of his native Carolina. He has consistently served up a heavy dose of Southern Lyricism in the hip hop genre leading his city to become vastly known as a music contender.

Artist Spotlight – Mellah Nix | @mellahnix777

Born of a diverse background including Haitian, African Bantu, Chippewa, and Irish ancestry, Mellah Nix felt his true call to music at an early age, drawing influence from his blues-loving grandfather from Mississippi.

Artist Spotlight – Sir Hop | @sirhopatl

Born and raised in Atlanta, Sir Hop cut his teeth in rap music while attending Auburn University. During his six year stint in Alabama, he released two solo projects: Square One (2010) and Greed Or Ambition (2011).

[Interview] Artist Spotlight – Yung Villigan | @mbalencrime

Newport, Arkansas rapper and Adaman2m Entertainment artist Yung Villigan presents “Got Me On Go”, the Lexi Banks-produced single from his debut mixtape Dreams To Be The Man. Villigan recently released visuals for single “Live It Up”

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Endz | @endzlgc

Beyond better judgement, Orange, CA is the unlikely home for on-the-rise emcee, Endz (Alan Navarro). Endz’ versatility and storytelling abilities recreate moments of life that enamor the audiences through harmonious melodies and gripping lyrics. His armory of styles has substantially grown throughout the years.

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Nick Weaver | @thenickweaver

Nick started in his early teen years, making mixtapes in the northwest while being raised on everything from Tchaikovsky to The Cure. As he grows and evolves as an artist, his interest in all types of music continues to guide his vision. When asked about his influences, Weaver cites long time favorite acts such as LCD Soundsystem, Hot Chip, Helios, and Mogwai, as well as hip-hop legends like Nas, Royce Da 5’9″, Mobb Deep, and Eminem. Seeing the word “genre” as just a self-imposed boundary, Weaver treats each project as a way to further evolve his own art, one inspiration at a time.

[Podcast] Author Spotlight – Young Rick | @rwyoungrick

Welcome to another edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with former pimp turned...
X-Ray: Part 1 (Episode 1-5) @RostamPro

X-Ray: Part 1 (Episode 1-5) @RostamPro

If you’ve been paying attention, you might have started to realize Portland, Oregon has one of the hottest up and coming underground hip hop scenes in the country. For those that are familiar with the scene, not only is there an abundance of talent in the region, but also tensions have been high lately with resistance from the Portland Police Department and Oregon Liquor Control Commission. Director Seena Haddad recently recognized this and tapped some of the region’s best artists including, Vinnie Dewayne, Stewart Villain, Blossom, Mic Capes, Rasheed Jamal, and more for the soundtrack to his new Web Series, “X-Ray” reflecting what’s been happening and happening now in Portland’s bubbling hip hop scene.

Artist Spotlight – JP One

Artist Spotlight – JP One

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…

[Audio] K.Gaines – Opulence | @1KGaines

[Audio] K.Gaines – Opulence | @1KGaines

Brooklyn emcee K.Gaines presents “Opulence”, the first single from Ticket To Elsewhere, his forthcoming collaboration EP with Los Angeles-based producer Maxwell Benson dropping December on Priority/Capitol Records. Ras Kass, Lyric Jones, Phaze4K, Leo Coltrane and Sebastian Marciano are set to appear on Ticket To Elsewhere, the first of five EPs K.Gaines plans to drop in 2018

[Video] Godz Chyld – That’s It | @G0dzChyld

[Video] Godz Chyld – That’s It | @G0dzChyld

Bronx, New York emcee G.C. a.k.a. Godz Chyld presents the Focus Framez Media-directed music video for “That’s It”, the DG Beats-produced single from Things Ain’t What They Seem (listen), his new EP featuring a guest appearance from Snyder Scribez and production from Flash Beats, Tone Jonez, NYC Bangers, D’artizt, Dreamlife and OSYM.

[Audio] Ray J feat Boosie – Loyalty

[Audio] Ray J feat Boosie – Loyalty

Everyone should be so fortunate to have that friend or business partner who always has your back. Today Ray J and Boosie team up to pay homage to one of Detroit’s finest with “Peanut On The Way”, produced by Dre Butterz via BMB Entertainment.

[Video] Marz Money – Shooters | @MarzMoney

[Video] Marz Money – Shooters | @MarzMoney

In less than 60 days from being released Marz Money aka PanaMarz debuted his second video “Shooters”, honoring his Panamanian Roots. Also available, A mixtape coined “The Freemixes” which serves as a precursor to his EP titled #MarzyHome, coming soon.

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Nick Weaver | @thenickweaver

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Nick Weaver | @thenickweaver

Nick started in his early teen years, making mixtapes in the northwest while being raised on everything from Tchaikovsky to The Cure. As he grows and evolves as an artist, his interest in all types of music continues to guide his vision. When asked about his influences, Weaver cites long time favorite acts such as LCD Soundsystem, Hot Chip, Helios, and Mogwai, as well as hip-hop legends like Nas, Royce Da 5’9″, Mobb Deep, and Eminem. Seeing the word “genre” as just a self-imposed boundary, Weaver treats each project as a way to further evolve his own art, one inspiration at a time.

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Ms Proper | @MsProper

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Ms Proper | @MsProper

Ms Proper began writing at the age of eight under the influence of her poetic mother. After years of transforming her craft and exploring the recording process it wasn’t until 2005 that she began to take her career as a musician more seriously. With her heart into music, she created So Proper Entertainment and employed a roster of other talented artists in the Virginia area to whom she executive produced albums for.

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Corina Corina | @getcorinacorina

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Corina Corina | @getcorinacorina

Corina Corina was born in Oakland, CA and is the eldest child of political activists. Named after a classic Blues song, it seems her career path in music was set early on. Now with roots in New York City and the San Francisco Bay Area, Corina Corina brings a fresh and seamless synergy between 90s-style r&b, dark pop, lyrically driven hip hop and the blues and soul music she grew up on.

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Free5ive | @Free5ivexxx

[Podcast] Artist Spotlight – Free5ive | @Free5ivexxx

Growing up in inner city Portland, Free5ive’s passion for music started at an early age. He developed a love for many genres of music including hip hop, R&B , funk, classic rock, and country music. Although, while growing up his first love was basketball, he began to use music to express himself as he battled the impoverished gang infested environment that surrounded him.