Right on time for Christmas, Correy Parks drops a visual for “Check In,” a freeverse in anticipation for his new project, ‘The Layover EP.’ This project should be dropping soon, but check this video out to hold you over in the meantime!
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Yesterday, Ohio native Correy P released a new track off of upcoming EP entitled ‘Keyport Radio Vol. 1.’ Correy Parks comes out swinging again on this track with stark delivery and consistent word play. The young MC hops on the classic Timbaland and Missy Elliot banger, “Supa Dupa Fly”. As usual, he has fun on the beat but also shows glimpses of intellect. Peep his debut EP [HERE] . Looking forward to his second EP, which is expected to drop tomorrow. For now, enjoy
Often we come across independent artists that put out good music deserving of some exposure. ‘Of Thieves and Saints’ is just another example of this. Bashwon and Rare Kommodity team up to put out 5 solid Hip-Hop tracks you’ll rock to for sure. Check them out below via DatPiff
Check out this dope visual for the song “Trap Mobile” from the homie Efficial feat Gee Fabio. Everybody can relate to being in the trap mobile at some point in time in they life! Hustlers Anthem!!!
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It’s refreshing to see rappers with a positive message in their music. The artform has been corrupted by the media, as the pursuit of fame and fortune has caused Hip Hop artists everywhere to create whatever it takes to sell records. Antoine Edmonson is fighting to change that, to save the children and give them the positive influence they need. The ‘Our Kids Deserve Better Music’ campaign is to make an ‘album that will create a clean, safe, healthy music industry for our youth.’ Here’s an excerpt from his website:
“Once I came to my senses as a young adult, I decided to be the change that I want to see for the next generation of recording artists and consumers. For the past 6 months, I have been working the album that will create a clean, safe, healthy music industry for our youth. As an independent artist, I finance every aspect of my music career. I have been able to record 44 songs (click here to hear a song I have finished) with money that I saved while working as a campus aide at an elementary school. However, I don’t have enough to put the finishing touches on it that are necessary for it to be a presented in a professional way. So today, I’m asking for your help in financing the remainder of the project.”
Check out the website at http://www.ourkidsdeservebettermusic.com/ to read about his mission, contribute to his album, and/or buy tickets to the show in Los Angeles Sunday, November 17th 2013. Our kids definitely deserve better music, don’t you agree? Leave a comment below!
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