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Although his latest album received mixed reviews from long-term fans, PARTYNEXTDOOR has been having an impressive run as of late as a songwriter. With virtually the entire OVO roster slated to drop albums, we get PARTY’s first installment to the festivities. “Break Me Down” is the lead single from Club Atlantis, which is due
Following the release of This What You Wanted, Right?, Free Minds Music keeps the music flowing with another release. While Freddy Mack’s newest project continues to simmer, the collective keeps their foot on the gas. Taking on the A$AP Rocky-led track, Mack and Steve Cantrell trade the Raf Simons styles for Vans. Press
The Free Minds camp has been slowly building a campaign this year. Individual releases from Sin, Steve Cantrell and Freddy Mack have all been a part of that. They have also shared the spotlight on various collaborations. Freddy Mack brings us the next installment of music from the Albany-based collective. With 12 tracks coming
Woo$ah is certainly on the way. But not without your support. Childish Major, a producer/artist from Atlanta has been on a slow build for an impressive resume. Major, when lined up with some of his peers may not be the first name you think of when naming hot producers from Atlanta but don’t be fooled.
If you found peace and enjoyment in the release of “Yours” you’ll be excited to know there’s more. As promised, we’re keeping you updated on the talents of Decatur-bred producer, Gwen Bunn, and we’re happy to announce that Safe Travels is here. The music is soothing, dreamy and right on time. For long time fans,
Coming off the release of his latest project, Upper Echelon, Echelon returns to your eardrums with a new record. With Upper Echelon still simmering on Soundcloud and Spinrilla, Echelon strikes will the iron is hot with “What A Time To Hit The Trap”. The hype tune features Lone Stackz in a music video shot and edited
It seems as if Free Minds wants a piece of the summer just as much as everyone else. Coming off of the release of “Vibes Don’t Lie” by frontman, Steve Cantrell, the Albany-based collective has something new. Freddy Mack, who we can see as second-in-command is pulling up to the scene with his own offering.
We’ve fallen in love with Deante’s freestyles but he has repeatedly shown he’s capable of creating records as well. As we await BETTER, or whatever the next project will be, Mr. Hitchcock returns with another record for our collection. As most of his recent offerings have been, “Strobe Light” is a product of Brandon Phillips
As cliche as it has become, the south truly has something to say. Static Spaz of Valdosta, GA (Quitman) has repeatedly proven that he has the ability to rap alongside many of his peers – signed and independent. In the most recent installment of “this guy can really rap”, Static unleashes an onslaught of wordplay
If it haas ever been in question, Future’s work ethic should be undeniable. I could chronicle the last few years of Future Vandross but I think we’re all hip at this point. This year alone, the FBG frontman has given us two albums and has been on a wide variety of features. He’s currently touring but
Wondaland Records is full of creatives as we are slowly but surely seeing. In the last few years, Jidenna, St. Beauty and Roman GianArthur have sprouted from under the leadership of Janelle Monae. Today, we step in to the world of Roman GianArthur. Coming off of a Chuck Berry tribute at the 2017 BET Awards,