Earlier this week John Reuben released a short film called "Reubonic." Now just a few days later a roughly four-minute chunk of that video was cut out to create his first music video, "Candy Coated Razor Blades," off of his upcoming album.
Christian rapper and Die Daily member Gerry Skrillz's single “My Story” barely scratches the surface of the American dream both lost and gained. His testimony hits a series of rock bottoms, highs, and moments that could only be described as God-ordained. The hip-hop artist shared his amazing journey as a drug dealer to his transformation as a soul pusher.
The first look into John Reuben's comeback album is finally here. Over the weekend he released a short 14-minute film called "Reubonic" that features an array of songs pieced together to form a film score of sorts.
Derek Minor's four-week No. 1 song, "Change The World" (feat. Hollyn) is still making waves and garnering airplay and is Top 20 on Billboard's Hot AC/CHR chart. Because of this continued popularity, Minor issued three remixes of the song that are produced by Cardec, Juice Bangers and David Thulin.
The Bullpen babyface made his King Of the Dot debut during Day 2 of the Royal Rumble-esque event Blackout 7. After wrecking shop against battle rap veterans Xcel and DNA, many were excited to see Loso put in work on a KOTD Stage. Jimz, also making his debut the Toronto based battle league after defeating the STL veteran Aye Verb, would be revealed as his dance partner for the evening.
Day one of King Of The Dot’s 2 day mystery battle event Black Out 7 occurred last night in Toronto as A. Ward made his second official appearance on the KOTD stage. His opponent? The most viewed battle rapper on the internet today, Th3 Saga’s BFF and NWX Captain DNA.
After the success of his 2016 critically album Americana, Kings Dream Entertainment artist Ruslan launched into the year with a plethora of content, providing music industry tips from his new YouTube channel, podcast and most recently the weekly's, a series consisting of one take live raps in the labels Get a Bar format they became known and adored for.