New Project: "Gone But Not: Progression" produced by Ira Antelis & LPZ with Major Features from Rockie Fresh, Saba, Joey Purp, & More

Ira Antelis releases the next installment of the "Gone But Not" music series titled, "Gone But Not: Progression." The follow up project is executive produced by LPZ, features music from Saba Pivot, Joey Purp, Rockie Fresh and Towkio. "Gone But Not: Progression" is about the process of moving on and accepting one's fate after the negativity of life's dealings. Antelis has been releasing music off his current collaboration with Dr. Dexter (Gone But Not Duality), with Progression being the trilogy of this series, presented by LPZ. Gone But Not full compilation features music from Nikki Lynnette, JoJizzle, Z-Verse, Kevin Coval and more. The series has been featured on major press sites including Fake Shore Drive,, & more.

 Listen to the Gone But Not : The Progression Project Below:

  Social Media: @GoneBut_Not

NEW MIXTAPE: Ty Money Releases "Cinco De Money 2"

Known for his clever punch lines, yet street smarts Ty Money paints great pictures in his lyrics with singles including "What They Taught Me," "Robber Pt. 2," and dope double meaning songs such as "Jessica." Hosted by DJ Victoriouz & Rio Mac, #CDM2 is a must listen, with TyMoney melodic flow from one song to the next. Rolling Stone describes "his real strength is a rap style in which conflicting moods of anxiety and confidence." Cinco De Money 2 is structured as a "Body of Work," creating a full sound within the project. Production from Y.F. Beat, Rio Mac, YK808Mafia, Ramsay the Great and more, CDM2 looks to be a major stepping stone in his career.

 Click the link to listen to CDM2 on Live Mixtapes:

 Social Media: @TyMoneySBMG @GoldCoastMusic_

New Video: Jakk Frost Freestyle w/ Statik Selektah | @jakkfrost

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Philly’s “Beard Gang General” Jakk Frost recently checked in on Statik Selektah’s Showoff Radio show on Shade 45 to spit a few flames for the streets. shot by @philmissana

Stevie Franks (@StevieFranksRap) x @TracQaedaMG - Morals Over Money


Stevie Franks just dropped his dope new project, "Morals over Money".

Track for track, Stevie embodied what it is truly like to hustle without selling your soul. He also discusses the struggle and how to push through by keeping your focus on what's important and that's the grind.

Morals over Money speaks volumes because it's a breathe of fresh air from today's current sound. Stevie Franks stayed true to himself by remaining original. Listeners will be truly pleased with Morals Over Money because it is a true blend between hip hop and inspiration.

Get it now on ITunes or Google Play:

Follow Stevie on Social Media:
Facebook: Stevie Franks Musik
Twitter: @steviefranksrap
Instagram: @steviefrankstheartist


Jay305, Nitty Scott, Sap, Trizz, Kill Izzy of BIC - Keep it G (Prod. Money Montage & Rich Frvr)

Int’l Campaign has been on a roll with Money Montage recently joining OG Maco’s OGG imprint and Rich Frvr expanding himself into the artist category. Just last year they were able to release records with some of the biggest upcoming artists and they show us that they’re ready to do more of the same. IC recruits Jay305, Nitty Scott, Sap, Strange Music affiliated Trizz, and Kill Izzy of the charismatic group Bitches is Crazy to spit some of their hardest raps over this banging instrumental. They all tell us how they “Keep It G,” with a dope sample from Above the Rim at the beginning.

@TheJay305 @NittyScottMC @TheRealSap @Tr1zz @KILLIZZYBIC
@MoneyMontage @RichFrvr

Prodigy & Royal Flush join Nature on "This Is Easy" (Lyric Video)


Nature - “This Is Easy” (Lyric Video)

Featuring Royal Flush & Prodigy

Nature's Target Practice LP Is Now Available!


Long Island producer BP delivers an equally slick and grimy new lyric video for “This Is Easy,” a gully, NYC-as-f*ck track featuring East Coast stalwarts Nature, Royal Flush, and Prodigy.

Given their respective rap pedigrees, these three are bound to body any track they appear on—but together? “This Is Easy” is a prime example of why heads still look to Queens cats to provide gritty, uncompromising Boom bap. But it’s made that much more potent when driven through the sonic lens of BP, whose beat hits like a well-placed slap upside the head.

The raw production comes as no surprise to those who have heard BP’s previous collaborations with the likes of Killah Priest, Diabolic, Shyheim, and 9th Prince, among others. “This Is Easy” stems from the recently released Target Practice, a Nature album produced entirely by BP and fueled by Hip-Hop made for mean mugs and head nods. In addition to Royal Flush and Prodigy, the album also features Tragedy Khadafi and the up and coming LI-based, John Jigg$.

Target Practice is out now and available physically at UGHH, Amazon, and Best Buy.

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