Wale ushers in the new year with Phil Ade in 'Smile'. 2016 had some dark clouds for the artist but the birth of his daughter, Zyla Moon, is a silver lining-a good reason to smile. Phil Ade, previously featured on Wale's 'Summer On Sunset' tape, smiles to the news of being the first signee to Wale's Every Blue Moon imprint
Otown Marco welcomes Winter's cold embrace in his single about an ill-natured past, 'Autumn'. The young Orlando, FL rapper delivers a venomous flow opposed to that in his more festive record, 'Otown Reppin'.
Sylvan LaCue takes inspiration from the soulful poet, Gil Scott-Heron, in his single "Televised". The emcee's self-produced song is a social commentary of the civil unrest felt across the nation today as it once did when Gil Scott-Heron's "The Revolution will not be televised!" began to propagate throughout history. The soothing voice of Rayana Jay is the hope that consoles the bombastic, jazz-hiphop single that is "Televised".
From birth to death. From Alpha to Omega. Each beginning has its end. The glorious Phoenix scoffs at this misconception. CAP 6 emcee, CRIMSON, thrives within the cycle of chaotic chords, unearthly synths, and bombastic percussions in his nebulous LP '..conception'.
Life handed Kaiydo lemons in which he squeezes into his red Solo cup. Producer Josh December fills that cup with plump percussions, tasteful trombones, and an ounce of sharp synths for a refreshing single, 'Fruit Punch'.