They Can’t FWM – [Icewear Vezzo]

I’m so used to underground artists putting out an influx of music while mainstream talents get away with sometimes only dropping something new once in a blue moon. While it makes sense for the up-and-comers to want to get as much music out as possible to increase their chances of success in this industry, I feel like the bigger names are given too much of a break and need to continue to expand on their work ethic as they celebrate their success. Now, I’m not here to lecture or complain, I just love hearing new music, but then again, who doesn’t? Obviously, there are exemptions to my previous statement, and the biggest exception I could ever think of is Icewear Vezzo, a Detroit spitter who makes nothing but hits, and lots of them. While he is certainly no longer an underground emcee, I don’t know if you could classify him as a mainstream rapper either, but with the music he makes, it seems like this is his choice, not anyone else’s. Vezzo just doesn’t appear to ever sleep or even leave the studio, for that matter, because not a week goes by when there isn’t a brand-new song, video, or …

42 Dugg & EST Gee Stunt Hard On “Free The Shiners” Off Upcoming Joint Project

42 Dugg and EST Gee are the duo we never knew we needed. Last month, Yo Gotti and his artist held a conference to announce what we can expect from CMG this year. One of the announcements revealed an upcoming project from 42 Dugg and EST Gee titled Last Ones Left. The CMG labelmates have collaborated in the past on “5500 Degrees”, “Cold Gangsta”.“Members Only,” and “Rose Gold.” Both artists have been making their mark in the music. EST Gee 2021 single “Real as It Gets” by Lil Baby peaked at number 34 on the Billboard hot 100, while Lil Baby’s “Grace” ft 42 Dugg resulted in his first entry in the Billboard Hot 100. This week, both artists revealed the first single and video for their project titled “Free The Shiners” produced by VenoTheBuilder and JB Sauced. So far the Diesel Films directed visuals received 863k views in only two days. It’s not surprising to see the young superstars flexing from a private jet and showcasing their wealth. “Stress Press, Circle Squares, And That’s A Solid Rep. Quarter Large, This B*tch Hitting Hard. She Tryna Not To Stir, I Don’t Care.I Done Dumped On N*ggas With They Mama There, I’ma …

Pull Up – [Nardo Wick]

If you’re ever on the hunt for new artists that are on the come up but don’t know where to look, checking out Nick Mira or any of the Internet Money team’s social media is usually a good place to start. Even if the artists they work with. Aren’t signed to the internet Money roster, they always discover some of the most entertaining blossoming acts, and it expedites my search process like crazy. Most recently, Nick posted about a song called “Pull Up” by an artist who goes by the name Nardo Wick. Apparently, I’m extremely late to the game considering Nardo has already amassed a very prominent following and has proven to fans that he’s next up, but I just somehow hadn’t heard of him prior to today. With that being said, I’m just happy that I’m a part of the party now, and I couldn’t help but share it with you all just in case you were in the same position as I was. Opening up with Mira’s production, he gives us a tiptoeing piano melody that is accented by terse percussion and thumping drums, bringing everything together for an extremely hard-hitting instrumental. After the beat seems to …

Right Now – [Slimelife Shawty]

Slimelife Shawty is an artist who has been appearing on our website more and more over the past few months, and today he is back with his brand new music video for “Right Now”. This man has been releasing some great music at a pretty rapid pace as of late, and he has been consistently putting up solid numbers for each and every release, but this new joint is my favorite from him yet. Slimelife Shawty always picks some solid production to rap over, but he is witty with his flows & noises that he makes at certain points in his songs that make the replay value even better, one good example of that is the simple sound effect he made at the 1:52 mark, it may seem minimal to some but it helped make me run this back a handful of times. Keep an eye out for this man, I have a good feeling about him, watch this new visual below! Directed by Diesel Films

No Talking – [Lil Gotit] Ft. [Slimeball Yayo]

Lil Gotit has blossomed into one of the hottest new artists in the game this year but that’s no secret, today the Atlanta emcee is back with his brand new music video for “No Talking” featuring Slimeball Yayo. This is the type of song that you will listen to once and its melody will be trapped inside your head for the rest of the day, it’s simply that catchy & sonically pleasing. There’s just something about the way the bouncy & bass knocking production hits matched with the way Lil Gotit floated over the instrumental, and then once the featured artist Slimeball Yayo got on the beat it only got better! This was an all-around great release in my opinion, but don’t take my word for it though, judge for yourself below! Shot by Diesel Films