Brittney Carter releases her first official video “Breakthrough” that was done by Miguel Visuals. The song was produced by Loop Theory producers Heir Porter & Disrupt and actually is apart of a 2 song set with another song called “Hooligan” also produced by the duo. The Chicago MC delivers a smooth intro that dives into self reflection in a singing style then transfers in more rapid flow highlighted by some of my favorite bars in this song:
“… Every time I spit it’s like a lil piece of heaven / better phone a bishop, better call a reverend / u can not contain my fire, not your average writer / All my verses golden, All my bars are higher / I am not for hire, not impressed by prices / You ain’t got to like me, know my God providing / I’m a keep on shining, I’m a reign in Zion … ”
Brittney Carter’s ability to show confidence sharing inner thoughts, being vulnerable, painting pictures of relationships and perceptions from society while maintaining lyrical prowness as an Emcee is second to none, her distinct flows brings the listener in for an in-depth ride along on the whimsical production by Disrupt and Heir Porter.
“Breakthrough” is an important record for her in my opinion because it signifies what I think her 2019 will be about in the industry, breaking thru to become a household name. I am really excited about Brittney Carter and if you love a hip-hop artist with uplifting content, flows, creativity & all out skills then it’s a great chance that you will be excited for this new voice in hip hop that is Brittney Carter.
– Zech Wilson
D.B. DAT BOI teams up with Drilla, who is featured and produces “Cloud Surfin’ (Again) which is a track off his debut E.P. entitled Cloud Surfa Music.
D.B. & Drilla partned up with one of the fastest growing and buzzworthy label in North Central Florida, Go Legit Entertainment which has etched their name into the music scene as force to be reckoned with in the music business.
“Cloud Surfin’ (Again) is a dope vibe for a kick back, chill night or just ridin. D.B. and Drilla delivers a jam that will be in rotation during rotations lol … Cloud Surf Away!!!
Dre Izaya is 17yrs old and hails from Chicago, he has created a plan of dropping songs at the beginning of the week on what he calls #blueSUNDAY. Dre delivers impeccable flows and flawless performances in his verses with the ability to drop layers of knowledge and share the perspective of a teenager with a conscious and superior confidence as an MC. This song “Legit” was one of the recent offerings and is self produced. “Legit” is a display of lyrical ability of a hungry MC with bars that are driven by self awareness, his environment and he lets the world know what he feels, that he is one of the top 5 MCs in Hip Hop. I can definitely see why he feels that way by just listening to these songs from this teenager with this much versatility, content and showcasing his pure love for hip hop as an MC and not following the model of what’s trendy as a rapper in this current climate. Stay tuned and keep Dre Izaya on your mental because I got a great feeling, he’ll be on a major level sooner than later. Dre Izaya definitely gets my co-sign, even though he doesn’t need it from anyone as he states: “… I don’t need no validation, b**** I know I’m Legit … “
Rap Kidd E is a 9 year old hip hop artist from Norfolk, Va. I just found out about him during the East Coast Music Conference from DJ Nakylla this past weekend. I can appreciate his ability to touch on various topics from Being all you can be in life to stopping gun violence. Rap Kidd E had a great performance during the ECMC and I expect to continue to see great things from him in his career. – Zech Wilson
His debut album dropped this year, click link below:
B. Dot the God goes into a full education and game giving mode to Fiji Osa. In my opinion this was a 3-0 situation. If nothing else, you have to respect Dot’s ability to create a think tank of sorts in all his verses, memorable lines like “… If I sound mad it’s cause I’m am/I’m tired of the shit you been propagating/ you’ve been indoctrinated/claim you religious, don’t even know the difference between God and Satan/I’m waiting for you to get off that slave ship/nigga you basic/they etching sketches in your brain/I’m here to shake you up to erase it … ” and that’s just one of the many in-depth layers of rhymes that B. Dot delivered.
This battle was one of my favorites from B. Dot, he came with so much flames and knowledge. Enjoy!!!