It's time to take a journey down South to a region that's brimming with talent but gets little to no exposure. The sweltering Deep South energy sets in right away upon listening to the new work from Zilla, a rising emcee from Huntsville, Alabama.
Coming to you live is a new voice out of Tuscaloosa, Alabama who goes by Jay Dot Rain. Admittedly a newcomer to his talents, what struck me first was his thoughtful lyricism and the care he obviously puts into his penmanship.
We haven't heard from Alabama's Rich Boy since he dropped off the Curren$y-assisted "Flight (Burning One)" back in September, but today he returns strapped with a new heater. "Paradise" features Lil Heck and Dev, and is a remarkably lush-sounding banger.
Doe B was fatally shot last year, tragically ending what could have been a long and successful career. Outside of being a great rap talent, Doe was also known for his work ethic, and thus left behind a plethora of unheard material.
Those who've been following Yelawolf's career know that the "Box Chevy" series is something special. Excitement then grew when it was announced that "Box Chevy V" would be the official first single from the rapper's sophomore effort, Love Story.