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Entries in Hip Hop / Rap (24)


Zaza - Fashion Girl

Growing up in Kazakhstan, urban pop recording artist Zaza felt out of place in her inner circle of family and friends, in her home country, and in her own skin. Music provided the refuge of belonging she so craved. It wasn’t about listening to it—as there was very little music in her household or around her neighborhood—as much as it was about the catharsis of making it. Music swept her away, both inwardly and outwardly. Now, with striking individuality, she steps forward as a recording artist with a brace of singles and videos.

Zaza’s first volley of material include the singles “Fashion Girl,” “Love Me More,” and “Cobra.” The tracks exude the sensual rawness of hip-hop, pristine modern pop craftsmanship, and adventurous electronic ambience. Her lyrics are emotionally bold and empowering. On “Fashion Girl,” she depicts the isolation and disconnection models feel as they’re lauded for their physicality, but often neglected emotionally. 


"True God Flow" by Mega EvErs

“True God Flow” is a track off of Mega’s recently released album entitled “No ConCept”. Mega EvErs is known for draping his lyrics with crucial punch lines and undeniable realism. He lives in Seattle WA

True God Flow by Mega EvErs


Something's Going Down ft. Twista, GLC, Sugar Blue by Wayne Baker Brooks

The concept of fusing real Chicago Blues with Rap/Hip-­‐Hop had been brewing in his head for a few years. He met Eve on the set of the movie, “Barber Shop.’’ She offered to get involved in the project, but a fateful meeting with Aerosmith, Kid Rock and Run-­‐DMC on September 14th at the Alpine Valley Music Theatre in 2002 changed everything. “Jam Master Jay took the idea seriously,” says Brooks. “He liked the idea so much he wanted me to come to New York to work on it. That’s when I knew I was onto something big.”

Something's Going Down ft. Twista, GLC, Sugar Blue by Wayne Baker Brooks


Big Wheels by J THE MAN

“Talent is not a rare find, but oftentimes those who search for it look in the wrong places. ”
- Betty Bema Simpson, (Aug 17, 2011) 

J The Man 

Big Wheels by J THE MAN


Hustler by MesAyah

Ever since he started rapping back in ‘05, MesAyah has focused on the listeners and provided them with something new. He wants to evoke feelings and thoughts both on a personal and collective level, and let the audience get more out of the lyrics when giving them another listen. MesAyah has an artistic approach, allowing the listener to interpret his music in their own way rather than adopting his beliefs.

Hustler by MesAyah


Global Warming by H.A.K.

Husain Abdullah Karim professionally known as H.A.K is a man of many talents. Before he ever laid down a song the California born emcee was knocking down quarterbacks on the gridiron. Karim earned academic and athletic all-conference honors from the Atlantic-10 (University of New Hampshire) as a linebacker. Though he received several looks from NFL Scouts he decided to follow his heart and turn all his energy to his true love— music.

Global Warming by H.A.K.


Diamonds by Shye

21-year-old Antione “Shye” Pearson has always had a way with words but it wasn’t until 2009 that he decided to turn his rap dreams into reality.

Raised in the South Suburbs of Chicago, Shye first made noise in February of 2010 with his first official mixtape, Shutup Rollup & Ride. The tape hosted by DJ Ill Will and DJ Rampage (Omarion’s official DJ) has amassed 40,000+ digital downloads and counting. The effort was featured on various popular websites including,,, and

Diamonds by Shye


Borrow Your Love by The Buddy Love Project

Most listeners have never heard or seen anything quite like the Buddy Love Project. The California native mixes hip-hop, pop, rock and dance music into a special fusion he calls Future Disco.

Borrow Your Love by The Buddy Love Project


Ain't No Mountain by The Movement Fam

Brian Eno once said “It’s not the destination that matters. It’s the change of scene.” Toronto transplants The Movement Fam never had to hear the message; they live it every day. The Melbourne natives sold practically everything they owned last year and moved themselves to Toronto in search of the dream of sharing their “Soul Hop” music with the world.

Ain't No Mountain by The Movement Fam


Back and Forth Thing by Traum Diggs

Diggs’ straight forward, crystal clear delivery is a throwback to when hip-hop was more authentic but is still relevant to today’s landscape. When you listen to a Traum Diggs song you get humor, pain, social commentary and real raw lyricism all wrapped up in one package. “I’m an autobiographical emcee,” says Diggs. “My raps are my life.”

Back and Forth Thing by Traum Diggs


Passion by Entelleckt

The debut single of emerging rap artist Entelleckt, entitled “Passion,” currently available on, iTunes, Amazon,  is infused with evidence of the track’s namesake. The spacey synths and syncopated organic drums bring to mind thoughts of the Neptunes earlier work and the melodious hook is reminiscent of Cee-Lo Green.

Passion by Entelleckt


Welcome to the Chi by Trudell

There is something refreshingly honest about emcee’s that choose to forego stage monikers and use their given names instead. Artists like Tupac, Andre (3000), Kanye West and Nas(ir) Jones have all bared their soles through music and that is exactly what 26-year-old emcee Michael Trudell Miller aims to do with his craft.

Welcome to the Chi by Trudell


DJ Hero by P-Wonda

Rap Star 50 Cent took notice after hearing P-Wonda go hard on the classic “Stick You if You Stunt” record. 50 tried to sign the talented young lyricist, but P-Wonda stayed loyal to his independent label and family Othaz Records. Now free and clear of all legal woes, Othaz Records and P-Wonda’s management company Monalis360 are eager to get his music to the masses and introduce the world to the “Middle East” movement; the rap scene that’s making noise in The Carolinas, Virginias and surrounding regions.

DJ Hero by P-Wonda


Rebel by Goldishack Guerillas

Goldishack Guerrillas is a band on a mission: In a country where a culture of war has become business as usual, the Guerrillas fight back with a raucous mix of hip hop, guitars and political will to bring a message louder than any television.

Rebel by Goldishack Guerillas


Paint the World ft. PackFM by John Regan

Young Baltimore native John Regan has spent the past twenty-four months collaborating with musical talents Marsha Ambrosius, Joell Ortiz, Nottz, Needlz, 88-Keys and others to record his solo debut album “Sorry I’m Late”. John is looking to combine his knowledge of new media with old-school attention to quality and detail. He uses the twelve track project to discuss his often-rocky marriage, his aspirations, the close people he’s lost, and dealing with his daughter’s life-threatening seizures. 

Paint the World ft. PackFM by John Regan


Put Your Hands Up High by Gangstagrass

Gangstagrass, was just nominated for an Emmy for the theme song of the hit FX series: Justified. The show stars award winning actor Timothy Olyphant and features the song “Long Hard Times to Come”, written exclusively for the show by Gangstagrass!

Sometimes you just know what has to be done and you can’t put it off any longer. History has to be made and there is no other way to do it than to just jump in the deep end and start swimming.

Put Your Hands Up High by Gangsta Grass


Everything but the Girl

“Everything But the Girl,” [was] released as a single last year, garnering radio airplay from nearly a dozen Quebec outlets. That remains his greatest bid for potential mainstream success, with a robust, upfront rap, retro New York freestyle production, swirling harmonies and a keen message that “A lot of things I already got—except a girl who I love, and is really hot.”

- Cortney Harding, Billboard Discoveries

Everything but the Girl


Hard To The Core By Mistuh

(Written & Produced by Mistuh)

Debut track off the upcoming mixtape “The Return Of The Real” due out late August 2010.

Hard To The Core (Clean Version)


American Politricks by Mike Petrone

It may have seemed like a lofty goal for an independent rapper to get Lil Scrappy and Iam of Soul Mafia on his first single. Not for Mike Petrone, whose breakthrough record “Crank It” is heating up the streets of his native Atlanta on the strength of spitfire verses and an insanely catchy hook.

American Politricks


Let Go by Unknown The Universal Element

Let Go- Unknown The Universal Element

Unknown or as he is simply called ”Un” has been dedicated to music since his youth.Today,Unknown the Universal Element is looking to expand his music worldwide. He does not censor his music or alter his sound for anyone;it is all about integrity.

Not one-dimensional in the least, Un is an artist that doesn’t limit himself to boundaries or specific topics. He comes from the heart when he enters the vocal booth.