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  • Alex Wiley – “For Sunny” ft. Hippie Sabotage (Video)

    Alex Wiley and Hippie Sabotage have released a new video for “For Sunny” as an announcement for them going on tour. They will be kicking off on February 25th, and the tour will have nearly 30 stops in various parts of the States and Canada. The song was from Wiley’s Village Party 2: Heaven’s Gate. The video was directed by Sebastian A. Guerra.

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  • Papi Jamon – “So High” ft. Jay Hollins

    It’s been a little while since we’ve heard some newness from Chicago’s Papi Jamon, but he just recently released a new joint in “So High”. The song features vocals from Jay Hollins and production from the talented Slot-A. Press play on this joint above and head over to iTunes to cop the single. More new music to come. Shouts to the BDTB shout out too.

    Three and a half years have passed since Papi Jamon dropped entire project. In that time, there has been a shift towards more lyricism in Hip-Hop music. Fast forward to now with the release of ‘So High,’ a lyrical journey through the past three years to let fans know that he’s still here. Produced by SLOT-A (ADD-2, Neak, Mike Schpitz) and featuring R&B vocalist Jay Hollins, this track let’s the world know how great is to be alive and well in Hip-Hop.

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  • J.J. Jabber – “[Insert Title Here]” (Release)

    Get introduced to Milwaukee’s J.J. Jabber if you are not already, as he has dropped of his [Insert Title Here] EP for us to bump. The song was self-produced by Jabber and Mammyth, and was released in late 2015. Read a bit more below and give this an ear.

    “This is my blank canvas. The beginning. I avoided creating a complex concept to more appropriately display my journey, thus far. I have been extremely focused on creating music for the past 2 years and that is exactly what this project displays… In a time where the industry is thoroughly saturated, I have provided a unique take on modern music and a look into the mind of an aspiring artist. This EP is for anyone who has been stuck on the seesaw their entire life. Teetering on the edge of sanity, blinded by perfectionism and self-doubt. While those aspects of my life have been overwhelmingly prominent, I combat my downfall through a confident approach, shown specifically through my art. This is [Insert Title Here].” – J.J. Jabber

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