Magno Garcia & Retrospec – “Relationship Ghosts” (Video)

Magno García is a unique MC ready to show the world the man he represents in life. Hailing from Chelsea MA, he experiments with different levels of music and subject matter. Along with producer Retrospec, they prove that GOD is always GOOD with their new music video premiere for, “Relationship Ghosts”, off the new collaborative project, “Like A Thief In The Night“.

Delta MC – “Vive Rápido, Muere Joven” (Video)

Delta MC presenta su nuevo single y video, “Vive Rápido, Muere Joven”. El track cuenta con la producción del propio Delta desde Arion Studio y la colaboración del legendario Dj Transe (Chystemc – DeKilltros) en los scratches, quien participó en la conceptualización del track desde el primer día en su estudio 16Levels. Fue hasta ahí donde llegó Delta con una idea vaga mientras escuchaba “Fast life” de Kool G Rap y Nas en el metro, pero esa idea cogió fuerza con la frase “We do our things son” sonando en las agujas del deejay, las que inmediatamente le resonaron y lo remontaron a los diálogos de John Derek en la película “Llamad a cualquier puerta” de Nicholas Ray: “Live fast, die young”.

Axel Holy – “Let It Go” (Video)

As the third drop from his debut album, “WonderWorld“, Bristol’s Axel Holy premieres the animated visual for new single, “Let It Go”, coinciding with the album’s release. His distinct voice cuts thru the beat, spitting razor sharp flows around the theme of getting the space he needs to breathe, executing his life’s purpose and ready to grab the game by the bull’s horns.  Just let go during this pandemic and tune in to one of the dopest lyricists out the UK!

Jabee – “No Allegiance” (Video)

Following the recent release of lead single “Chec Mate” featuring Slug (Atmosphere) and Statik Selektah, Jabee has dropped his next single and new visual ‘No Allegiance’. The Nipsey Hussle inspired video takes the minimalist route, filmed in a Pizza Restaurant soon to be owned by Jabee, reflecting on what he feels Nipsey was about. The album title itself is very telling, having been thought up three years ago, it could not be more appropriate today.