Mega Ran “SUMIMASEN すみません” Phoenix/Philly artist Mega Ran is a hiphop hometown staple for not one, but two, U.S. cities. For this new single, Mega Ran teamed up with NOLA-MC Alfred Banks and producer Lio Maks to make “SUMIMASEN すみません” which translates to something of a mix between “excuse me” and “I’m sorry”Read More →

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As we wrap up our 2018 Awards and get right back to our regularly scheduled programming, we wanted to once again gather all of our favorite songs from 2018 and compile them in some handy-dandy Spotify playlists. This time however we’ve broken down our lists even more with not only our overall favorites and some Senior Editors favs, but focused lists as well including Electronic, Hip Hop, Mellow, + Rowdy!!Read More →

7 Hawt HipHop Music Videos featuring Apashe, Nate Millyunz, Xiuhtezcatl, Yibby, Curly Chuck & TyC, Krept & Konan, + Van Leeuwen | YabYum Music + Arts | your PHX guide to up-and-coming artists everywhereRead More →

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5 Fresh HipHop Singles featuring Lando Chill, Narcy, Joobs, Abhi The Nomad, + Lottery Odds | YabYum Music + ArtsRead More →

Nutter Tut “Songs We Make Nightly” “Songs We Make Nightly” rides light on production to keep the vibe easygoing, but there’s some relaxed summer energy on this single. “Songs We Make Nightly” is the title track to the Nutter Tut’s new EP, SWMN. This number features YoJayhill and Kifa Reque, inRead More →

7 Fresh HipHop Music Videos featuring Hero the Band, NGHTMRE & Pell, Call Me Karizma, Hardy Caprio, Bullhead*ded, Too Many T’s, + SS | YabYum Music + Arts Read More →

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Myrlin “The Message” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram Classified “Powerless” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram HYPR BST “Do That” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram Sophiegrophy “Bag” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram – Spotify 77Cousins “Black Cat” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram Shan Vincent de Paul “The Sacred” Facebook – Twitter –Read More →

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S’natra “Paper Straight” The emcee from Harlem known as S’natra is a new wordsmith on the scene worth watching. The NYC artist has released a few tracks this year in prelude to his latest project, Subject to Change, which comes out THIS Friday. S’natra tackles the paper chase, and all thatRead More →