Aloha – [10k.Caash] [G.U.N.]

10k.Caash, the legendary creator of my personal favorite internet-born dance right now, the Woah, is an entertainer at heart. Whether it be displayed through Triller videos posted on Instagram or in his music, 10k never ceases to have a good time, bringing up the spirits of everyone around him in the process. Today, the one-man party is here alongside G.U.N. with a brand new single, “Aloha.” Produced by Kenny Beats, “Aloha” has the firepower to take over any club in the world right now, and it’s been doing just that in 10k’s native Texas. Fueled with a supply of Earth-shattering bass and playful, yet hard-nosed deliveries, each of the two artists on this one create an endlessly fun release, turning things up with just under 90 seconds of music. Needless to say, the only option after “Aloha” ends is to run it back and continue dancing, packaging this one with just as much replay value as it has energy. Don’t sleep on one of the internet’s most captivating personalities right now — show some love to 10k.Caash and stream “Aloha” below!

Watch Smino and Monte Booker’s New Freestyle With Kenny Beats

Just recently, one of rap’s premier hit-making producers, Kenny Beats, started up a new series on YouTube where he puts together a beat in just 10 minutes and allows many of his highly-talented music friends throw together a freestyle. For the first episode, Kenny invited JPEGMAFIA to the studio, but this time, he switched things up and brought none other than Smino and Monte Booker. Giving fans some insight into just how spontaneous and seemingly fun the creative process can be for Kenny Beats and his friends, this video is a must-watch for any fans of either Kenny, Smino, or Monte. All three have been turning heads and making some truly timeless music for quite some time now, so seeing them come together in the studio and have some fun with it is certainly an incredible sight to see. Needless to say, the latest episode of The Cave is yet another fantastic release to add to the musical contributions that Kenny Beats has been blessing us with as of late, so don’t sleep. Watch this one below and prepare yourself to watch Smino lay down an absolutely brilliant freestyle!

Win – [Q Da Fool] [Kenny Beats]

After releasing their collaborative Bad Influence EP, it’s safe to say that Q Da Fool and Kenny Beats are making waves as one of the game’s most powerful pairings out right now. Between Q’s hard-nosed charisma and Kenny’s malleability as a producer, each song on the new EP was a banger, and today, the two talents are here to speak to this with a brand new set of visuals for “Win.” As one of my personal favorite cuts off of the project, I was certainly happy to hear that this song would be receiving some visual assistance, and now that the video is out, I must say it made me even more excited to throw this track on repeat today. Scenes of Q flexing his cash and women in a laundromat complement the carefree, high-energy feel of “Win,” and the result is a fantastic release, both in terms of the music and on the screen. That said, check this one out below and if you haven’t already, stream the Bad Influence EP here!

Puff Daddy – [JPEGMAFIA] X [Kenny Beats]

JPEGMAFIA and Kenny Beats deliver a psychedelic oozing video for their collaboration, “Puff Daddy.” Beginning at a diner, JPEGMAFIA is awaiting his food that is being prepared by the diner’s only cook, Kenny Beats. After adding a couple of drops of some unknown substance onto MAFIA’s stack of pancakes, Kenny serves him his meal. What ensues next, is a psychedelic rollercoaster ride reminiscent of the 1998 cult classic, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. This is MAFIA’s first video release since his COLORS performance of his song, “Thug Tears” in December of 2018. We have our fingers crossed, hoping for more collaborations between the skilled MC and one of this year’s hottest producers. Remember to put your friends on and show the Baltimore-native some love on Twitter and Instagram.  

Square Up – [Zack Fox] [Kenny Beats]

Zack Fox may be known as a comedian, but it goes without saying that the first venture into his solo rap career, “Square Up,” was incredibly successful. Between a haymaker-inducing instrumental from Kenny Beats and a set of ridiculous yet wildly entertaining lyrics, Fox made one of the most entertaining songs that I heard throughout 2018, and today, he’s back once again to deliver the accompanying visuals. Just as one might have expected, the music video here follows the exact level of insanity that the song brings forth. Fox and Kenny oversee a storefront while knocking out seemingly every wrongdoer in sight, and energized by the havoc that ensues, the song acts as a perfect backing soundtrack, translating this offering to the screen in a truly beautiful way. As if “Square Up” couldn’t get any better, Fox, Kenny, and director Reggie made sure that they properly illustrated this banger, and for that, we all need to show some love. Click play on this one below and let us know what you think in the comments! Directed by Reggie

ITYB – [Jace]

Stretching all the way back into his Two-9 days, Jace has been one of Atlanta’s most consistent talents in recent years, never failing to impress with every new release he drops off. Today, years removed from his beginnings, the man himself is still upping the stakes and making sure to turn some heads as he drops off a brand new set of visuals for his Kenny Beats-produced offering, “ITYB”. Tackling the age-old question, “is that your b*tch?,” this highly-entertaining track allows Jace to flex his wide arsenal of flows while simultaneously displaying his personal style in the cinematic music video. From fur coats and cars all the way to the incarceration room, Atlanta’s own maintains the same charm that we know and love him for, and for that, “ITYB” deserves to be kept on repeat, one listen after another. That said, check out Jace’s latest release at the link below and be sure to appreciate the one-two punch of a duo that him and none other Kenny Beats were able to put together! Shot by @highdeas_prod

Bad Influence – [Q Da Fool] [Kenny Beats]

Serial producer Kenny Beats touched seemingly every corner of the rap world in 2018, and now in 2019, it looks like he’s ready to do just the same, starting the year off on a high note with his latest venture: the Bad Influence EP alongside Roc Nation signee Q Da Fool. Hailing from Maryland, Q has been steadily garnering acclaim throughout the past year or so, and now, in just 6 tracks, it sounds as though the budding star is more than ready to prove himself as the next big thing. When Kenny brings in the trunk-rattling kicks, Q is right there to match the energy, letting out thunderous deliveries and an endless supply of quotables. Similarly, when Kenny shifts focus and brings out a melodic beat, Q obliges, offering up smooth deliveries and an effortlessly charismatic personality. The two work hand-in-hand as a one-two punch of a duo, and the resulting yield is a brilliantly entertaining EP that will surely run up the numbers. Q Da Fool and Kenny Beats are not the partnership to play with, so don’t sleep. Stream Bad Influence at the link provided below and let us know what you think in the comments!

Dig It – [KEY!]

Propelled by the unparalleled greatness of 777 and its subsequent deluxe edition, KEY! was one of the main headline-grabbers of 2018 in the rap world. Even after the release of each project, he’s been able to stay at the top of our minds with several notable singles and videos, and today, the Atlanta representative is back with yet another video, this time venturing into the claymation world with the new visuals for 777-standout, “Dig It”. Produced by none other than his partner in crime, Kenny Beats, the unique, hard-nosed nature of this song demands a set of visuals that yield the same amount of energy, and surely enough, that’s just what we receive here. “Dig It” finds our hero taking on a day-to-day life while coexisting with some alien gangsters; not what you may have expected, but certainly entertaining in its own right. The claymation is done with great thought and care (as well as a weird, yet compelling storyline), and with this, I have to say that the visual companion for “Dig It” impressed me and then some. KEY! is on pace to have yet another huge year in 2019, so show him some love and watch the new video at …

Roof – [Rico Nasty]

After a couple of teasers Maryland emcee, Rico Nasty finally drops visuals for her banger “Roof.” Rico says it best in this song “How I get so much attention without showing ass and titties.” Rico is one of those women emcees that don’t really have to use her sexuality to attract attention. She’s simply a rager, that’s in her own lane and “Roof” is just further proof of that. She reconnects with a familiar face in producer Kenny Beats as the pair are coming off a blazing hot 2018 campaign. The video emits a futuristic vibe and it’s really off the wall to be honest, which makes it great. You see everything from Rico in the desert dressed as Egyptian royalty to a robotic arm doing her makeup, and tons of owls, all while she’s going through a plethora of different hair color changes. Watch Rico Nasty’s video for her single “Roof” below.

It Rains – [Wiley From Atlanta] ft. [Kenny Mason]

Don’t judge a book by it’s cover…or in this case, title. You might see the name of this Lyrical Lemonade newcomer, Wiley From Atlanta, and be expecting a certain type of trap, but Wiley breaks the mold with a super unique style which, in a certain way, embodies the unconventional, creative spirit of Atlanta. He’s not what you might expect, and displaying this today, Wiley is here on our pages with one of my favorite discoveries of 2018, “It Rains” — an effort that encapsulates why I hopped on the bandwagon when I first came across his music in the first place What always jumps out to me is Wiley’s emotion and authenticity. Here, he pours (pun intended) over the end of a relationship, bringing to life his personal, emotional songwriting with raspy vocals that give off a truly genuine feel. Joining Wiley is fellow ATL-native, Kenny Mason, whose auto-tune twinged vocals fit incredibly well with the cascading, electronic-inspired beat from DvDx, and resulting from this collaboration, we receive a solid offering that I would certainly recommend our listeners check out. No word on if this is part of anything larger, but if you need more, I highly suggest Wiley’s …