Download Young Dolph’s Cross Country Trappin Mixtape
Memphis’ Young Dolph releases his DJ Holiday hosted Cross Country Trappin mixtape. The 10 track free project features guest appearances from Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, Migos, Young Thug, and more. Throughout it, Dolph’s trademark laid vocals can be found on top of booming production from Metro Boomin, K.E. On The Track, C4, Izze The Producer, and more. ”Get This Money,” “Put Ur Hands Up” and “Thank Tha Plug” lead the collection.
Jus Clide Preps CLYDE Mixtape With First Single “Amnesia”
Somerville’s Jus Clide gets fans ready for his upcoming mixtape CLYDE with the release of a music video for “Amnesia.”
The new track/video serves as the project’s first single and features Marisa Hahn, who balances out his gritty rhymes with smoothing vocals on the hook. “Amnesia” is a deep and dark track that is introspective. However, it eventually lightens up at the end as the beat switches and Clide drops boom-bap raps.
New York’s S.S., also known as Jimmy Vasquez, brings forth his debut video in “Jimmy’s In The Can.” On top of the Harry Fraud production, the Amityville rapper drops tough bars, supplemented by cinema shots by Arael Art. His Quiet Money EP arrives this spring.
Peter Cottontale Masterfully Remixes Sir Sly’s “Gold”
A couple weeks ago Peter Cottontale decided to take a good song and make it better. The Chicago producer is assisted by fellow SAVEMONEY artists Vic Mensa and Kami De Chukwu, who each supply fervently intense verses over Peter Cottontale’s chaotically dreamy production. Leave it to Cottontale to take us deep down the rabbit hole.
International Show Infusions Genres On “Make A Way”
Known for his work as one of the city’s top engineers, International Show hits the Internet with a new single titled “Make A Way.” The high energetic track is a fusion of genres, featuring a little bit of hip-hop, rock and pop. Over powerful synths, big bass and electric guitar strings, Show delivers optimistic rhymes, co-written by the good homie Scoot P of HDC. This futuristic cut is worth a listen.