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Artist Profile: Haiko

Artist Profile: Haiko

Introduction Haiko is an up-and-coming rapper from the Bronx who came onto the scene in 2018 with the EP “Temporary”.  With a background in both DJing and playing in hardcore bands, Haiko has come up through various musical trends over the years and has thus proven his ability to adapt to the constantly changing musical landscape...

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INDICA & I Have a Lot on Our Minds

INDICA & I Have a Lot on Our Minds

I didn’t think I’d be discussing the pervasiveness of racism in American society while making dinner the other night, but sometimes that’s the way things go. INDICA had a lot on his mind, and so did I. This interview was done on February 1st. He’d just released INTOXICATED, the first single off his upcoming EP,...

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Swank Jah Drops New Track “Magic Tricks”

Swank Jah Drops New Track “Magic Tricks”

Swank Jah is an upcoming artist coming straight out of South Carolina who offers a lot more hype than one might expect out of a South Carolina artist. Perfect for any lover of the new age of mumble rapping. This song, in particular, shows how clean Swank’s flow can be. That flow is paired with...

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Shisui Releases Video for Iloilo City

Shisui Releases Video for Iloilo City

Shisui drops his second video through us this week, the first video being the collab he did with Chubnacio called “Make Room” which can be found here. Shisui was formerly known as Kiing Vito Uchiha which he appears to clearly be parting ways with the former name/project. Considering his work under his previous moniker which one could...

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SB Rosa Releases Music Video for Cut Throat

SB Rosa Releases Music Video for Cut Throat

SB Rosa releases his new music video from his song “Cut Throat”. The video was done by Braj, myself and was taken at SB Rosa’s birthday show which was hosted by our friends in Pink Tacos. This show featured some familiar artists including Chubnacio and $hijo Camp. In the video, all the support that Rosa...

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Injury Reserve

Injury Reserve

After listening to the Drive It Like It’s Stolen  EP, narrowing down the best track to share was next to impossible. With a healthy variety of topics throughout the hip-hop EP, the intensity and mood certainly follow suit, resulting in a well-balanced piece of art.