[Audio] Fa$t Life – “Fa$t Life Season” (@FastLifeATLANYC)


Fa$t Life comes in hot with a freestyle record entitled “Fa$t Life Season”, produced by platinum producer Natural Disaster (Soulja Boy’s ‘Turn My Swag On’ and Beyonce’s “Hold Up”). In his consistent release of music over the last couple weeks, Fast provides an even quicker pace in this punchline-filled freestyle flow.

DaBaby Ft King Carter & JxHines – “Protect and Serve” (@Babyjesus704 Ft @KINGCARTERNC & @IamJxHines)


In light of the recent deaths of unarmed Black people, Charlotte’s DaBaby (aka Baby Jesus) teams up with hometown artists King Carter and JxHines for the highly emotional, “Protect and Serve”.

As natives of Charlotte, the trio deemed it their responsibility to be the musical voices of change. Tackling the issue of wrongful deaths by police, they use their lyrics to express sentiments about current situations, and walk the streets with protesters in this powerful V.Dot-directed visual.

[Mixtape] Coca Vango – “Cocaine Flow” (@CocaVango)


After the recent success of his “Van Gogh” mixtape, Coca Vango teams with DJ Lil Keem to bring us “Cocaine Flow”. The 11-track project features appearances from Project Pat, YFN Kay, ManMan Savage, XVL Hendrix, Bandit Gang Marco and Landstrip Chip and production from Beat Attikz, Jbo OnDaBeat, Cruz DaVinci, Lil Brandon, Tasha Catour and more. Listen to the entire mixtape below.

[Video] Page Kennedy – “The Shoot” (@pagekennedy)


Page Kennedy is well known for his acting, having played roles in such iconic shows as “Weeds”, “Rush Hour”, “Backstrom” and “Blue Mountain State”, to say nothing of his many film roles. It seems to be a fairly well-kept secret though that he is also an accomplished rapper even though it is something he has been doing since the age of seven but all that is about to change. Right before leaving for New Zealand, where he joins Jason Statham and Ruby Rose for pre-production of “Meg”, the Detroit native dropped the first video from his upcoming full-length project, “Torn Pages”. “The Shoot” was shot entirely from a first-person perspective as Page addresses the barrage of police shootings the nation has been bombarded with recently. Experience the motion picture styled visual below.