Jay Swifa has been having quite a busy year! Fresh off the release of his 25-minute mesmerizing project 'Haters Never Prosper', as well as producing the hit single 'Really Got it' by Jerreau, which was embraced by LeBron James and the Cavs, and currently has over 5 million plays on Spotify since its release in April!
Today, Swifa releases 'The Black Ep' which is compiled with three instrumentals to keep the party going.
Take a listen and enjoy below:
Pay attention to Calid B., an up-coming artist out of the Mid West! His new single 'Parasites' is one of those hip hop songs, where you can sit back and chill to. The song is now accompanied with a perfect music video - watch it below:
Derek Wise is one artist to watch out for in 2016. He released this 3 track mixtape last year, which was quickly added to several peoples favorite playlist! Available for free download on livemixtapes, take a listen below:
Let this leak of Sledge's "Bounce Back" hold you over until the whole tape releases. Look for Sledge's production from cover art to sound quality to increase astronomically in Sledge's third installment to his 'People's Champ' mixtape series. Share, Repost, and Show Love to get the word out! Fellow MOB artist Veno Vaughn is featured in this track. Millionare Or Bust.
Path's new album 'Unfamiliar Home' is currently out now for free download! Click here to visit his website and download it at no cost! Path is a one of kind artist because he produces and writes his own music, something that we rarely see today!
At only 25, Jared Young—better known in Columbus as the emcee Path or “Producing All the Hits”—has already gone there and back as far as a career in music is concerned. As half of Alleyes Path, the group he formed with Alleyes Manifest, the beats peaked about four years ago when the duo were a “band to watch” and the bonkers backpack rap they created together was booming. They unceremoniously split in 2012 just after releasing their debut album, but Young was determined that his destiny as an artist was unfulfilled. He moved on and started the solo life. A shift was eminent.
“In 2014 I moved to L. A.,” Young says. “It was always my dream to pursue my music. I went to school for marketing and I wanted to work in the industry for some powerhouse corporation like Warner Bros. or Sony. One day I just packed up my Civic and took off across the country. I had no job or place to live out there, but at that particular moment I had a confidence and belief in myself that things would work out.”
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