Up-and-coming artist GoldLink recently performed at U Street Music Hall in the District in celebration of his debut release The God Complex. The Virginian opened the show masked which continued to build the excitement and mystery surrounding the musician.
Coming off the success of several previous releases, Rockboy K9 takes it back home with the BJ The Chicago Kid and Ashley Washington assisted "Wild Horses." The soulful offering serves as the lead single off Rockboy's forthcoming album 187 which is set to drop later this spring.
As rain blanketed the East Coast this past week Future's highly anticipated debut album Honest sprung a leak. Feelings were had and the hype spread through twitter like wildfire. Shortly after an iTunes stream hit the net sans the Andre 3000 assisted "Benz Friendz (Whatchutola)", which recently dropped as well.
Baltimore continues to impress with it's vast and versatile music scene. The latest artist to impress is JuegoTheNinety with his black-and-white visual for "American History IX." The Ralph French-produced offering serves as the first single off JuegoTheNinety's forthcoming album Sonny September which is set to drop later this month.
There is no music scene in the United States growing as quickly and quite as promising as the greater DC area, better known as the DMV (DC, MD, VA). Two talented up-and-comers from the DMV, SIR EU and CJ The Genesis (produced a rocking freestyle for Wale), recently came together to rock over Soulja Boy and Drake's hit single "We Made It." The result is a unique rework of the sporadic brass-laden production.
Baltimore upstart Butch Dawson has been on a hot streak as of late with several captivating releases. Coming off the highly successful single "YadaYad" the up-and-coming rapper and producer is back with a hypnotic release entitled "YUNG." The self-produced offering does well at combining heavy in your face production with interludes of more laid-back sounds. Dawson effortlessly flows throughout the entire new offering. This will be found on his forthcoming album Lower Mercury which is set to drop soon.
The lifestyle and music festival that is Broccoli City Festival will be hitting the District of Columbia this coming Saturday Apr. 19. Live music, art, yoga and delicious healthy food will be a few of the activities that the event boosts. In celebration the Broccoli City team dropped off a new collaboration from performers Sango and GoldLink. Michigan representative Sango reworks Timbaland and Magoo's "Indian Flute" which serves as a perfect backdrop Virginia upstart GoldLink to rock over.