Original S.U.C. and Dead End Alliance member Kay K discusses DJ Screw, the hip hop landmark Screwed Up Records & Tapes and the impact of Screw culture on the final part of the Dead End Alliance documentary. The 4-part documentary series gives an insider’s view into the people, culture and neighborhood that amassed a huge following, created a legendary sound and continues to influence hip hop today.
Following Kay K and interviews with original S.U.C. members, the series is able to capture an authentic story filled with memories of the good and bad. Press play to learn more about those who played a significant role in Houston’s hip hop legacy.
One of the most anticipated underground mixtapes is finally out! After delaying the project a few times, and sprinkling a few tracks here & there, A’one aka Relli has finally released The PreqREAL! The PreqREAL features production by non other than himself, along with features from some prominent contenders in Htown’s under the radar scene. Throughout the project you will get a feel of the emcees versatility; although the 6’5 phenom is hardly able to display his true lyrical agility via one project. Take a listen to The PreqREAL and follow Relli on Twitter @Sauce_A_Relli
Still riding on the reverb of the hit song “Studio” with School Boy Q, BJ The Chicago Kid has dropped another hit of lyrical dope! His latest release “That Girl” features one of ATL’s hottest Mcs OG Maco. Take a listen and tell us what you think. Follow him on Twitter: @BJTheChicagoKid
Louisville,KY artist Cocky has released His single “When the Last Time.” A mellow track that will definitely keep the rotation going smoothly rather it’s radio, a DJ set, and especially a strip bar setting.
The R&B Gentleman is back at it. Bringing more seductive music for listeners. The Crooner hooked up with Day 26 member Brian Angel. Telling the world about loving that certain female Body!! Paying homage to the Superstar R&B group LSG!! Turn your speakers up and enjoy the great sound of “Body.”
Get used to hearing the name King Hendricks. Simply put, the kid can rap. Currently the kid is prepping for the release of his project “Addicted To Living” which does not have a release date yet. What it does have is a great list of features including Beat King, Sauce Walka, Mannie Sauce, D Boss, Jhonni Blaze and The 8 Ball Gang. Beat King also takes a turn at the boards for this project. Exhibit A is todays offering, “Boss In My City” ft. Sauce Walka. The lyrics are self explanatory and Beat King’s stomping track provides the perfect tempo
for a young upstart to showcase his machismo. Enjoy it after the jump and lock the name in your playlist.
Friend of the site as well as one of the hottest up, and coming artists from the Houston area, Postman2g is back with some fire. Deviating from his normal laid back lyrical delivery on “Ballin’ in the mix,” his flow is fresh, and his tone is full of hunger. Take a listen to the track and let us know what you think.
Trevon “John Dough” Wilson is new school lyricist from Louisiana. He always had a passion for music, whether it was freestyling, doing raps for school projects, or entertaining his peers with food raps. After seeing other independent rappers make it, he started seriously recording in 2010. Since then he’s released many individual songs, and is currently doing a promo run from his “Study Group” mixtape.