The official video release for RobnHood Tra’s ‘Shootout’ gives you a real life glimpse at his life before becoming one of Raydar Entertainment’s artists. Shot and directed by Ant Soulo, this visual puts RobnHood Tra in a different league; though he may be a new artist, he is no rookie to the game. From the notorious Rice St. jail to the TV screen is a big step for anyone, but this potential is what intrigued Ray Daniels to sign the young artist in the first place. His is a success story and it’s just getting started. With this video dropping so early in the year fans can expect his newest project, Exit 66, to be coming soon. And with that, more visuals.
His social media following is already buzzing amid the release of the new video and now that it’s here, we can only wait for what’s next. He recently tweeted “Can’t wait to get my hands on some big name beats… I’m going to politely kill that mfr”, and I have a feeling with this release some of those big names may be listening. Though humble, his hard work and determination is what sets him apart from young artists who treat rap more like a hobby than a business. With his own distinct sound, RobnHood Tra is bringing an OG demeanor to a young generation. Atlanta is the home to so many artists, but when you can carve out your own lane, the road ahead is golden. Check out the premiere on youtube and keep up with his latest music on <a href=”https://soundcloud.com/user-262387465/shootout-final”>Soundcloud.</a>
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From Alabama to Texas and everywhere in between MealTicket Records / Just the Squad’s very own King Maurice is here with his hot video “Smashed”. “Smashed” comes from his forthcoming album/mixtape “Jugg God”, which features production from Atlanta super producer Jon Boi, Al Geno On the Track, Bezel, and some in house production. Check out the visual below and be on the lookout for the entire project dropping soon.
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Representing the Northside of Atlanta by way of Long Island, NY. ZanMan is a rising artist with a knack for crafting undeniable hooks thanks to music influences from the likes of Future, Max B, T.I., and Wiz Khalifa. The young talent has already tasted success after garnering over 1 million views on Worldstar with his ladies anthem “Bad Ones,” which lives on his DJ X-Rated-hosted mixtape 7 Nights. Back for more, ZanMan returns with a new cryptocurrency-influenced single “Mr. Bitcoin,” along with the official music video. Directed by Dontell Antonio, the futuristic visual pairs perfectly with Zan’s latest effort as it follows him while he capitalizes off Bitcoin in every aspect of his daily life.
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Born in Brooklyn, NY, but raise in Atlanta, GA, Rasta Papii is a multi-talented artist/producer/engineer. Notching production and engineering credits for the likes of Hustle Gang, MMG, FreeBandz, 6black, and Blac Youngsta, Rasta is ready to establish himself behind the mic and in front of the silver screen. With his stock rising, especially after the release of his collaboration with Blac Youngsta (watch “Want Me Down” HERE), Papi unveils his new visual for “Want We Dead.” Taking care of the production himself, Rasta Papi flexes over his personally-tailored instrumental as he rises above the haters and defiantly dismisses the naysayers.
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Bread Winner Kane Representing B.W.A.with his latest visual release.
B.W.A. is off Kane’s latest mixtape Blood Wit Attitude (The Redprint).
Which dropped May 26th, Exclusively on Livemixtapes.
This is also the follow-up to his latest single release “On Errthang” off the same project.
In this visual Kane continues to show and prove that he is a natural-born leader.
In which he depends on only himself to get the job done.
For this visual, he takes us through the streets of his hometown Huntsville, Alabama.
While letting us all know that the streets show no love.
Working extremely hard to show that he is the hardest working trap-rapper coming out of the South.
If you plan to keep up he won’t throw you anything you will have to get to it and run it up for yourself.
Showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Applying constant pressure with new singles, mixtapes, and visuals.
If you haven’t yet make sure to grab your copy of Blood Wit Attitude (The Redprint)
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After releasing the official music video for “Name On It” (watch here), J. Simon dropped his hard-hitting 7-track effort, Simon Says. The new project provides insight to the man himself, well as his artistic demeanor. Simon Says comes with features and production from the likes of Ink, Cheeze Beats, Roc N Maybe, Nonstop da Hitman, Musik MajorX, and HIME.
Prior to the release of his new project, J. Simon hit the road with T.I. and the rest of the Hustle Gang for the official Hustle Gang Tour. Making stops in Dallas, Austin, Orlando, St. Petersburg, and Jacksonville, with radio interviews in-between, J. Simon has been cultivating a major following thanks to his nonstop hustle and undeniable music. From a behind the scenes perspective, to show footage, and much more, J. Simon’s “Hustle Gang Tour” vlog delivers great insight into the Mobile, AL rapper’s day-to-day life.
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