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J.Tek teamed up with Platinum producer DJ Pain 1 for their new EP titled "Lost." The EP is 6 songs in length, and features Tina She, Yah'ki & BET's "One Shot" finalist, Doja. All production is from DJ Pain 1.
The single "Ghetto Birds" paints a vivid picture of the senseless violence that plagues most urban communities. J.Tek is calling for peace, and to talk things out instead of killing each other.
Memphis native Weirdo Westwood King steps into the game with a bang and one-of-a-kind flare with "Bingo" directed by GFXKID. The visual feature DJ Paul KOM of Three 6 Mafia, who also produced the song. Look out for more new music coming soon from this eclectic young lyricist, and enjoy the ride!
Eminem must be one proud dad. His daughter, Hailie Jade Scott Mathers, is living life as a normal college student, having grown up without anyone realizing it! Hailie, who was the subject of many of her father's famous rap songs, is studying at Michigan State University after graduating from high school with honors. Just one peek at Hailie's Instagram makes you realize that she isn't a little girl anymore. (E! Online)
Eminem's 18-year-old daughter, Hailie Jade Scott Mathers, graduated with the highest honors from Chippewa Valley High School in Clinton Township, Michigan on June 8. Hailie, who is the rapper's inspiration for his 2002 song "Hailie's Song," graduated summa cum laude, as she was able to maintain a minimum of 3.9 GPA until the end of the school year. (Fashion Times)
Hailie did not forget to pay tribute to Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, as well as to her mother, Kimberly Scott. Under the "most influential during my lifetime" portion of the publication, Hailie said, "My mother and father are because they have pushed me to be the person I am and have given me all the support to achieve what I have." (Fashion Times)
The rapper's daughter was crowned homecoming queen of Chippewa Valley High School on Friday during a football game in Clinton Township, Mich., the Macomb Daily reports. Students and faculty chose the 17-year-old - who's described by those who know her as a "smart, athletic and caring young woman" - as their queen after a vote. (People)
Last month, Mane made headlines after releasing his Nicki Minaj-featured "Love" collaboration.
He has joined forces with none other than Nicki Minaj for a new single 'Make Love' which is out now on Apple Music. Both are credited equally on the song, signaling that Nicki may also utilize the same to push her upcoming new album. (Hip Hop N More)
Izzy Strange unleashes his sixth and final release from his forthcoming album "A Good Day 2 B The Bad Guy" and teams alongside prominent Chicago artist, Mick Jenkins. With the seasons starting to turn over to a warmer setting, the Beasley's Corner Bodega founder takes aim to create a song perfectly fit for the temperature change.
Izzy contracts fellow Scottdale native and co-collaborator Nate Fox (of Chance the Rapper's Social Experiment) for this Jazz-infused hit sure to get your head nodding. Listen and purchase "No One But Me" below and make sure to mark your calendars for May 2nd, when Izzy debuts the new album.
"Adderall" you may recall, was Saint Millie's April 2016 release which Noisey touted as "a high energy, positive influence."
Saint Millie offers up a musical taste of what the future holds with this new single, "$anta Muerte." The kid's got murda on his mind, metaphorically speaking, and he feels poised to kill any competition. The track comes courtesy of Martin $ky,known for his work with Rockie Fresh (MMG) and Casie Veggies.
"This song is for the new listeners who don't know who Saint Millie is." Millie shares. "It showcases different flows and the kind of wordplay that I feel make me special and different. Just a young, fly dude getting to the money."