Bay Area rising star RBC Bugzy is building up a steady catalog of hometown hits that are expanding into mainstream hits like his latest track “The Race”. Today, Bugzy continues to impress with the release of his new video, “Way Up”.
Shot by Jayyomar, “Way Up” tells the hustle to riches story of the Yay Area hopeful. While in enjoying the lavish view from his penthouse suite. RBC Bugzy eats the finest cuisine and sips the finest bottles in the VIP, all while letting the haters know he can’t be stopped.
“Way Up” is off of Bugyz latest 5-track EP, ‘Bugzo’. ‘Bugzo’ is available now for streaming via SoundCloud. RBC Bugyz has collaborated with Kool John, Philthy Rich, and RexxLifeRaj.
The Young M.C. Smoogie is really on his game right now. The boston artist just dropped something amazing and it is called “Way Up” Featuring Millyz. This is one of my favorite records to date from the young heavy spitter. Click the play button right now & listen very carefully!
Paul Escobar is avoiding the trend of common rapper by expressing his unique lifestyle and grind through his music, inaugurating his lyrics in the Hip Hop Industry! This 22 year old kid was born December 7, 1995 raised by his mother in North Miami, Fl. However, life has not always been sweet. Growing up, Paul was not as fortunate as his peers, and did not do very well in school. His only focus and aspiration was to be a Hip Hop artist, however, his parents could not afford any studio time or any other extracurricular activities for that matter making it a very frustrating situation for this motivated future hip hop sensation. At the age of 13, Paul began breaking into houses and cars to earn income for studio, which only fueled his motivation. If Paul wasn’t breaking into houses, he was in the studio, and vice versa, ultimately, this routined lifestyle led to trouble and arrest. By the age of 16, Paul dropped out of school, and the game of armed robbery, to set his focus solely on his music! In early 2016, a new elevated hustler, Paul Escobar, began creating a new Hip Hop trend in his city. He dropped his first mixtape ‘King of Miami’ produced by Zaytoven which featured artist like Kodak Black, and Young Dolph. This mixtape expresses a new level lifestyle, that the HipHop music world is rapidly absorbing. “I won’t stop until I’m on top! I’ve been through it all, so I can’t wait to see what’s in store for me” Says Paul Escobar. Paul Escobar is undoubtedly the next young rapper coming out of South Florida. His fidelity to his craft and grind clearly shows that he has what it takes to be accomplished, and South Florida seems to be backing and relating to him 100%.
New Movie Alert: Check Out Easy Money Movie Trailer
From Executive Producers Jason Henderson and Bay Area legendary Platinum Producer Sam Bostic, comes the highly-anticipated new Action/Adventure, “Easy Money”. Starring Comedic actor Michael Blackson (“Meet the Blacks”), actor Omar Gooding (Baby Boy), Anthony “Scruncho” McKinley (“How High”), and NAACP Image Award-winner actor Clifton Powell (“Ray”) in the Charles “Sharp” Duran-directed feature. Brothers K.C. and Jojo think they’ve found easy money upon discovery of credit cards, quickly find out how deadly the life of luxury can really be when knee deep in trouble from both sides of the law. Shot on location in Las Vegas and Sacramento, the film also features several well-established recording artists and sports figures who appear throughout the film.
The film also introduces up-and-coming East Oakland group, Black Collar Hustlaz (B.C.H). The group co-stars in the film and also features a single on the film’s official soundtrack, titled, “Million Bucks”. Black Collar Hustlaz is best recognized for their 2014 hit, “Bandz”.
“Easy Money” is available now on Xfinite, Direct TV “On Demand”, Comcast, Amazon, and all physical retailers including Target, Wal-Mart, and Barnes and Noble.
See the official trailer to “Easy Money” above via ITN/Sony Pictures Home Entertainment/eOne. Follow “Easy Money” on Instagram.
Yet another Haitian artist is coming out of South Florida, and he goes by the name of Cleva Music. The Hollywood, Florida rapper is back again with his new single “DJ” produced by Rich Beatz. Cleva tells the DJ to “play that song” as he showcases his lyrical ability and variety of flows. In 2018, with the spotlight on South Florida hip-hop Cleva is definitely somebody to keep an eye on.
New Video: Strictly Kong ENT Presents: Monsta Kodi – Easy Friend Featuring T.rone
Strictly Kong Entertainment presents Monsta Kodi ft T.Rone Easy Friend official music video & mini movie. Easy Friend, is based on a true tale detailing a botched home invasion where the victim was able to tip the scale & get the upper hand. Checkout & purchase Easy Friend mini movie at Vimeo. Monsta Kodi straight out of the Bronx, from the same area as Afrikka Bambaata, he has always had a wolf puffy window seat to the bubbling culture of hip-hop. Haffen Park was the start of Monsta Kodi’s relationship with hip-hop and the streets. From the fact that the same person that shot DJ Scott La Rock also shot Monsta Kodi’s brother in an attempt to steal his leather bomber, to riding shotgun with Puffy’s infamous bodyguard Anthony “Wolf” Jones and having a back stage view to the beginnings of Bad Boy – these are all the makings of a Monsta. Even though he was just a teen, he was rolling city to city and state to state with Wolf and Biggie/Bad Boy. It wasn’t long before they were setting up the after parties following the concerts and earning his way on the road. Living in the moment, Monsta Kodi was around Biggie and the Junior Mafia and meeting the industry’s biggest stars like Timbaland and Master P. Although he was coming into his own as a rapper surrounded by the biggest stars in music, Monsta Kodi was young and was submerged in the thuggery. “I really want to bring that “realness” back to hip-hop. Our voice, that is how we paint the pictures of our struggles and our life. Nowadays rappers are saying anything, making up anything and calling it real but are not being held accountable.” remember the name Monsta Kodi.
New Video: Darrick Wayne And Johnny Boi – Dont Fumble
Darrick Wayne And Johnny Boi just dropped a crazy video for “Don’t Fumble.” This video is something special and is going to be around for a minute. Click the play button right now to watch this masterpiece.
New Music: Izzy Strange – Holding On To Pain Featuring Eligh
Scottdale, Pennsylvania emcee Izzy Strange follows up last month’s “Wolverine” release with the Eligh featured and produced, “Holding On To Pain” single.
The single is the second release from the forthcoming “Strange Crow” EP, a collaboration project between Strange and the Living Legends alum. Since releasing his acclaimed sophomore album “A Good Day 2 B The Bad Guy” last year, Izzy has been working rigorously on all new content and is the process of staging a mutli-city tour this year. While creating new music, the lyricist began experimenting with different sounds in which the “Holding On To Pain” record came into existence. Danny G also gets his hands wet on the production side of things, adding in ultra bluesy guitar parts to further the deep feelings of the track.
In the song, Izzy and Eligh speak about the adverse effects of what holding on to pain can cause such as low self esteem, suicidal thoughts and hatred. The duo also offer up aspects of what the positive sides are when we relinquish said pain. Ultimately, it’s up to the listener to decide which path they will choose to take in a similar situation. “Holding On To Pain” is available for streaming via Soundcloud.