Jahan Nostra – “Welcome Home (The Return)” (Video)

There is nothing like revisiting dope Hip Hop.  Check out “Welcome Home (The Return)”, the debut single from Jahan Nostra‘s “ESP” album shot by Shane McLellan (Shane Films) with a boxing theme storyline loosely based on Rocky and also inspired by Ryan Coogler’s hit film, “CREED”.

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Young Quez – “It Is What It Is” (Video)

He’s more focused than ever and this time it’s major. Pine bluff, Arkansas “Young Quez” has released his new single “It Is What It Is” and has now added it the visual to “WSHH” gaining over 24k views in a matter of hours. The young star debut the video recently on his own YouTube channel where he has over 2k subscribers.

The artist has saw a sky rocket in streams gaining over 4k monthly listeners on spotify in October. The artist is set to announce his debut album later next year while his mixtape “January16th Reloaded” hosted by Bigga Rankin” is still soaring on all digital platforms.

Stay tuned in with this new artist as he gears for take off 2019.

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Q-Unique – “Cult Leader & Capital” Ft. ILL BILL (Video)

Q-Unique links with ILL BILL in the new video for “Cult Leader & Capital,” a Sicknature-produced track off Q’s “The Mechanic” album.  For Arsonists and Non-Phixion fans worldwide, this song is a breath of fresh air knowing these two legendary underground emcees reconnected in 2018.

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Pounds – “BAG” (Video) | UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

POUNDS hits the Harlem streets with the one and only Pee Wee Kirkland in the cinematic new video for “Bag.”

In addition to featuring footage of the Rochester-based spitter running things in his crib with his crew, the visuals directed and edited by OTTO The Director center on a mellow afternoon out and about with Kirkland in tow.

It’s an apt representation of not just “Bag” but the entirety of Pee Wee Kirkland, POUNDS’ latest album that dropped this past August. The project has an air of both celebration and pain permeating through its equally sharp lyricism from POUNDS and his guests along with the production from FITH. This clip certainly evokes the feeling of a celebration, particularly when you see Kirkland flash that huge grin as he and the emcee enjoy some downtime in Harlem.

You can watch the “Bag” video now. Pee Wee Kirkland is available on Bandcamp. Keep an eye out for info on POUNDS forthcoming collaboration LP with Smoke DZA, which will be released via Cinematic Music Group.

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OG Cuicide – “I’m The Reason” (Video)

West Coast veteran OG Cuicide had a buzzworthy 2018 with the release of several popular tracks like his video, “Tragedy” (April 2018). Campaigning the forthcoming release of his new project, the Compton-native closes out 2018 in a major way with the unveiling of his powerful new video, in-support of his single, “I’m The Reason”.

Realigning with talented director Angelo Deprater for the latest effort, OG Cuicide shows his dominance and West Coast legacy with a strong themed presence and in-your-face aggressive sound. The video also features a guest appearance from hit-making Compton recording artist/OG Cuicide nephew A.D. (“Juice”). “I’m The Reason” is an influential lead up to OG Cuicide’s big 2019 and great jump-on point for newfound fans.

A business owner, activist, and most of all, a survivor. OG Cuicide has grown his 40k Instagram following through his vintage West Coast lyricism, motivational message to overcome all adversities, and street gospel. The City of Compton on his back and heavily supported by fellow West Coast legends like Kurupt and Snoop Dogg.

“I’m The Reason” available today on VEVO, courtesy of CG Records/EMPIRE. For more on OG Cuicide? Follow the West Coast veteran on Instagram today. Stream “I’m The Reason” on Tidal.

Follow OG Cuicide on Twitter: @OGCuicide

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Tonik Slam ft. Tha Chill – “White Russian” (Teaser)

International recording artist Tonik Slam has been quiet for a lil bit since his highly-publicized arrival a couple of years ago. Shaking the rust off and back in the saddle, the Yekaterinburg-born emcee previews his return to the prime with the release his teaser trailer for the new track, “White Russian”. On the track, Tonik teams up with popular group Tha Chill for reemergence with a promising new direction in today’s music.

“White Russian” is a promising return single for the rising star. Impactful, buzzworthy, and catchy, the new track is a great jump-on point for newfound fans eager to get to know the up-and-coming star. A great return to a once #1 recording act on the Russian iTunes charts.

Brief history on Tonik Slam. Known for his house party origins and sharing the stage with legends like XZIBIT, ONYX, and Raekwon(Wu-Tang). Best known for his collaborations with West Coast veterans Kokane, Kurupt, and Crooked I. Starting his own imprint, Tonik Slam has released three solo projects to-date and a joint project with Kokane, titled, THA KEMISTRY.

As Tonik Slam makes his return, Tha Chill seizes the opportunity to promote their upcoming new album, entitled, 4WIT80. With “White Russian” only the beginning, Tonik Slam is promised to release a new project in 2019, an immediate follow up to his 2014 effort, Hell-A-Cold. Preview the trailer to “White Russian” by Tonik Slam, featuring Tha Chill, above.

Follow Tonik Slam on Twitter: @TonikSlam

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