Sav Sire's new video is a selection from his recently released "Sav On Liquor". The Harlem rapper, who just celebrated his 22nd birthday, directed the clip alongside Jay Cloud of Propmyganda, who also shot and edited the visual.
Oswin Benjamin grew up in Newburgh, New York, but has since relocated to the Bronx. He's currently preparing his debut project Protect Your Soul, which will be produced entirely by Beewirks. Today, he shares the video for his track "The Soul Pt.
Deemed a "future mogul" by Sway Calloway, Slim Dollars has been making his way up the New York rap food chain The Harlem rapper shares his "Talk Shit" video today, displaying a ferocious, but deceptively nimble delivery, making for a catchy street rap anthem.
H.B. is our second Heatseeker of the day out of Florida, more proof of how strong the region's rap game has been recently. The Jacksonville emcee comes through with a new single, "Get Mine," that's a reflective piece of grinding music.
Wuggsmoove is an up-and-coming rapper out of the Bronx. His record, "TrapHouse" stays true to its title with some rolling high hats and pummelling sub-bass while Smoove applies his unique nasal voice and subtle wordplay to the heavy instrumental.
Lambo Anlo may hail from Maryland, but the influence of Chicago is very present in his music. His wailing is reminiscent of Lil Durk, but his production keeps things colorful, contrasting drill's emphasis on the visceral.
Harmony G's new trap banger takes aim at women who claim something that they're not. Her auto-tuned wails on the hook are reminiscent of Lil Durk's world weary melodies, with the aggressive sound falling somewhere between drill and Travis Scott.
North Miami's Se1v1en (pronounced Seven Eleven) has been gaining recognition regionally with his city-repping anthem, "M.I.A.".