West Coast MC with tracks with E-40, Problem, Nipsey Hussle and many more. New project Escape is available on YoungCalifornia (most popular LA-based Hip-Hop blog). Has been featured on HotNewHipHop, DJ Booth, WeTheWest, AllHipHop and others.... David has a crazy personality and his flow speaks to the eclectic nature of LA's Venice Beach.
This Austin, Texas duo was just announced in the first round of artists for SXSW. They have performed at A3C, the Core DJ Retreat and many other events this year and have been on TheSource, HipHopDX, DJBooth, AllHipHop and more within the past few months. Check their new single, "On My Mama" set to be featured on their upcoming project, Country Cousins.
"Be Quiet" is the first single from 1st state representer, J. Lex’s debut album Black Collar. The song features fellow Delaware’s rapper Rie Staxz, and was produced by beatmaker Ciph. The video was shot in J. Lex’s hometown of Dover, Delaware by director Larry Allen for TTL TV. S/O Reg Hudson for passing this one along. #StateCity.
One of the West Coast's fastest rising talents David Cash drops the video for his track "Bozo's Cake." If you dont know Bozo is David's Nu West World label head and he makes sure the show goes on. Listen carefully, Cash is spitting some real shit on this record.
Scholarich, a brand that utilizes music, entertainment, and sports to make education more appealing to students is bringing back their Annual Book Drive Concert. One of the goals of the non-profit organization is to raise enough money to make a difference with community endeavors while providing a great platform for artists to share their talent.
Last year,Stalley teamed up with the brand to collect over 500 books in New York City. This year, opening acts include Skyzoo, She’s Ryan, Slim Dollars, Chewy Garcia, and more. The headliner is Mack Wilds as he joins the foundation to hopefully surpass the goal of last year.
Besides just recently being Grammy nominated and working on several projects, Mack is known for his philanthropy in the community. Believing in his dream and achieving it, Mack is inspiring the next generation as he recently spoke to the students of Duke Ellington School of the Arts. “He is an artist that fits the mold of what we are trying to do, which is bridge the gap between philanthropy and entertainment” says Kamau Harper of Scholarich.
Scholarich and Mack Wilds is welcoming all to bring appropriate reading and/or toys to this year’s Book Drive Concert which will be held at Santos Party Housethis Thursday in NYC. Doors open at 7pm. All books and toys will be donated to Help USA Shelter. Tickets are on sale at www.scholarich.com.