South Jersey singer/song-writer/producer Kenif Muse shares a new Kil Confirmed-produced single titled "My $ide." This serves as a follow up to his well received Infamous Rell-produced "Ya Tu Sabe" cut. Expect more releases from Kenif in the near future, as he plans to wrap up the Summer with a bang.
Fresh off his Free Pxrn: The Memoir of an American Heathen project, NJ's Jase Harley shares "Between The Lines" as a single. Enjoy above!
Committee Music's Franky Hill delivers a candid, fast-paced Theo Robinson-produced offering titled “Full.”
Expect the official Wayne Campbell-directed video for “Full” to arrive within the week. Stream above!
Trenton, New Jersey’s Nasheed Linton shares a hazy yet heartfelt, Jubee-produced cut titled "Letter 2 U." The single is expected to appear on his forthcoming 'That's What She Said Pt. 2: FXXK LOVE.' Stream above!
Foreign Oak is a 23-year-old South Jersey rapper that is gearing up for his The Climb EP. Today, Oak delivers a freestyle visual to French Montana's "Lockjaw" single. Watch the Wayne Campbell directed visual above!
Committee Music has been on an impressive run this month. The South Jersey collective has shared a string of solid releases thus far. Today we are treated to a solo release titled "Children Of The Night" from the collective's M.I.C., who is a 24-year-old rapper/singer.
With haunting production from WayneOnDaStix and Theo Robinson, M.I.C. rebelliously croons to assemble everyone (especially people of color) that feel lost, and dispensable in this crazy world.
Enjoy the track below and if you're in the Philadelphia area, be sure to attend Committee Music's#ChildrenOfTheNight event at Open Space on August 12th.
Since releasing his Tory Lanez-assisted "All The Time," Philadelphia teen-rapper Zero has released a handful of well received tracks. Today, the versatile lyricist delivers his third Play Picasso-produced single titled "Down." Zero's go-to producer Andrew Meoray receives credit on this as well (presumably the guitar).
Introspective and vulnerable, the young rapper uses "Down" to vocalize his feelings for a girl he wants to be with.
New Jersey's Dre Carter recruits Dreamchasers' Omelly and songstress Jay Marie for a fast paced, introspective banger titled "Wreckless." Stream above!