If you have yet to become familiar with Millyz, now is a perfect time. A native of Cambridge, MA, the MC has been treading his own path, building a strong following within the New England area and beyond. Having already been featured Funk Flex’s show as well as Statik Selektah’s show on Shade 45, Millyz continues to further his name and brand. A strong affiliate of the legendary LOX collective, he has collaborated with the likes of Jadakiss and recently, he unveiled his brand new cut titled “Young Tommy.” Inspired by Joseph Sikora’s character on the hit Starz program Power, the track finds Millyz trading bars Styles P of The LOX.
After making a name for himself on the mixtape circuit, highly touted NYC Rapper Grafh makes the smooth transition to mainstream with his first official studio release, Pain Killers: Reloaded – The Album.
Following an all-star New York album Top 5 Dead Or Alive release show featuring Fabolous, The Lox, Diddy, Ne-Yo, Noreaga and more, Jadakiss releases a visual to “You Don’t Eat,” featuring Puff Daddy himself – one of the most lyrical lesson-telling cuts off of his #T5DOA album, which is available everywhere today!
Check out the visual below as Kiss delivers a few bars right from the train station of New York:
Bronx native, Rapper/Model/Boxer Luck is a product of some of the most acclaimed personas in music history, but this young artist is out to prove that he doesn’t need to rely on luck to become the next big sensation in music!
Son of Joy Winans, who in the late 1990’s worked as the Assistant Vice President of powerhouse label Bad Boy Records, Luck got his introduction to the music business at the age of six, spending time in the presence of label superstars such as Notorious BIG, Mase, The Lox, Black Rob and company CEO, Sean “P. Diddy” Combs. These early childhood associations had a great impact on him and sparked a desire to follow in the footsteps of these hip-hop greats.
With an innate desire to perform, the talented artist seeks excellence in all his endeavors, whether rapping modeling or athletics. Luck is currently featured as one of the faces in an ad campaign for Invisible Bully, a hip-hop inspired street-wear clothing brand and fights in local tournaments at Bronx’s Morris Park Boxing Gym.
Through the discipline of rigorous training, Luck has honed his focus, timing and rhythm and packs a punch inside and outside of the ring. Seeking his first musical KO, Luck is prepping the release of his untitled mixtape slated for November 2015.
With a flurry of powerful tracks, like the introspective “Suicide” and remix to Common’s Grammy award-nominated 2000 hit “The Light,” Luck wants people take notice of his ability to create content, which moves people physically and emotionally. A true reflection of the urban music royalty he grew up with and wants to now carry that torch.
Check out the official video for “Suicide” below:
Also, take a look at “The Light”:
Summer in NYC doesn’t officially start until Hot 97’s Summer Jam arrives. Dubbed the biggest hip-hop concert in the world for 23 years cause it always brings the heat every year.
The Rapfest returns with the 9th installment of their cipher series. With the series having been premiered on MTV Jams this week, it features the legendary Yonkers, NY trio The LOX consisting of Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch. Produced by DJ Uneek, the cipher finds the three spitting hard hitting rhymes with the accompanying visual directed by Chris Zino. You don’t wanna miss this!
Check it out below:
Long overdue, S.B.O.E. (Von, Sid Bounce, and Bucks) finally debut their new mixtape Purple Heart. The project, hosted by DJ Superstar Jay & DJ Love Dinero, features tracks other New York City natives like French Montana, Juelz Santana, The Lox and more. Keep a lookout for the new video for “Real is Real” featuring Juelz Satana coming soon. Get more of the mixtape below….
More music after the jump…