Alla Xul Elu debuts the visuals for “Mask Made Me Do It” off their latest album Mauxuleum.
Escovar is a “new generation” rapper that the ” former generation” can be proud of. His music is a reflection of the times. Mixing his own name with the “King of Coke“ Pablo Escobar, Escovar has his eyes on a more socially accepted throne. Hailing from the Mecca of Hip Hop, The Bronx NYC. Escovar also has much East Orlando Florida up bringing that adds to his lingo and style.
2020 is Big for Escovar as he dropped his first album “Stop Playing“ independently to all digital platforms. Also flooding the streets with hand to hand album sales. No wonder his name is Escovar he is a pure bred hustler!
I talked to Escovar and asked him what are his plans for the next year and he says that he will be dropping albums non stop!
So far he has dropped two Albums “Stop Playing” is the first one with the hit single “TRIO” streaming on all digital music platforms. He just recently dropped The “E50 Digi God” Album. Both albums are timeless classics.
Escovar! Escovar! Escovar! is the name you will be hearing in Rap music for a long time. Emerging out of one of the most frightening times from the epicenter of the Covid 19 pandemic, Fresh out of prison, battling covid 19 himself, all while producing this needed project shows Escovar isnt just a rock in a hard place more like a diamond in the rough waiting for his time to shine… If you ask Escovar the self proclaimed Digital God he would say “the time is Now… So Be it!
Rising Atlanta based underground Hip Hop artist T.R.3 starts 2021 on a high-note, releasing his new music video titled “Spirit” off his new highly-anticipated album “Triangles“. This track is the declaration of growth and freedom felt all through out his new album entirely produced by Ariano and T.R.3.
Losk33′s and Foogiano’s joint drop “Lord Have Mercy” is a fiery track with an even hotter music video. The attitude and artistic strength these two young artists show are inspiring and motivational. Their dedicated work mixed with their natural, raw talent, is evident in every bit of their music. Swag is not enough to describe their style. With openness and sincerity in their straight-forward lyricism, the artists make it clear that they are serious about what they do and are ready to go till the end to make the track sound perfect. The high-class production and sound design are only proving that Losk33 and Foogiano both pay attention to the quality of each detail and value their music enough to fully concentrate on every aspect of it. “Lord Have Mercy” sounds like the street-rap genre enthusiasts dig, and is home to a sophisticated blend between modern elements mixed with fine instrumentals. If that sounds spicy enough for you, check-out the music and visuals below: