City Takers is a well-known ministry in Atlanta, GA. Fulfilling the mission to love a city, draw a city, and build a city through various outreaches. Pastor Scott Free seeks to raise up urban missionaries who transform cities through hip hop, love, and Jesus. A story known by very few is that when Hulvey was six years old, he and his parents while living in Elijay GA, would drive down to Atlanta to serve with Scott and his missions team, even before City Takers was established. Fast forward 14 years later, before Hulvey moves to Atlanta, his parents suggest he […]
The Social Club Misfits tour came to Atlanta and believe me when I tell you it was lit. Reach Records artist Hulvey opened the show and did songs from his ep’s Prelude and BRKNHRT. Tommy Royale kept the energy going with a super exciting set. Social Club closed the night and completely shut it down doing various songs including everything from “Pizza Party” all the way up to “Everytime.” Marty also mentioned that some of the songs they were doing had never been performed live before. Check out these pics from the show.
The Family Ties Tour featuring nobigdyl., Canon, Steven Malcolm, Kurtis Hoppie, and King Chav made its stop in Atlanta, Ga last night. Co-Heir Collective opened up the show with a high energy performance. Kurtis Hoppie kept the vibes going and the host of the night, DJ Mykael V kept the crowd engaged. King Chav performed songs from his newly released project The Leftovers. Steven Malcolm performed “Fuego” and other songs from his album The Second City. In the middle of his set, he offered a heartfelt prayer for Juice Wrld’s family and friends in light of the artist passing away […]
Uzuhan, Phil J., Kurtis Hoppie & Swaizy all performed at the Light Work event at A3C. It was great to see these underrated artists kill it for a big audience. Swaizy made it on the bill last minute after winning the Critique Friday session. It was great to see these highly underrated artists in the same spot. Our photographer for the week, Barry E. Daly took some of these amazing photos.
Aklesso, V. Rose, and Parris Chariz were three of the performers at Rapzilla’s Light Work Event at A3C in Atlanta. The three of them did their thing at the show. Aklesso was an uncontained ball of energy while V. Rose added a well-needed change of pace to the hip-hop fest. Parris moved about the stage with his signature style and appeared with a few other artists later on too. Our photographer for the week, Barry E. Daly took these amazing photos.
The second single from the upcoming Rapzilla 2020 Freshmen EP, “Feelin’ Like” features God Over Money’s A.I. The Anomaly, J. Crum & Thomas Iannunci. The track is a feel-good celebration of life with a catchy chorus and the vibe of a sunny day drive with the top down. This song and the rest of the EP is produced by Arrow. Co-produced by Blaine Stephens. Click here to Stream or Buy the song on any platform. Listen to Feelin’ Like below:
It’s been three years since we’ve had an album from KB. I’m really stoked to hear what he’s been cookin’ up, and while I feel like we can always expect something nice to come from anything he creates, I’m ready to dive in and take a closer look. For those of you unfamiliar with my bar exams, I am sharing all of my notes from my true first listen to the project. I provide in-depth thoughts and commentary on anything from flows, rhymes, beats, creative direction, track placement, and concepts. Let It Reign – Starts with a chipmunk sample of […]
Bridgewater dropped the single “Tidal Wave” featuring Lawyer Turner. Let us know what you think of the track. “When life seems to overwhelm us, it is easy to forget that there is true hope in Christ. This song was created to remind all who hear it that God’s love can cover our sins, shortcomings, and our doubts fully and provide comfort and assurance when we need it the most.” Listen to Bridgewater Below:
Trutha switches up the vibe with his new single, “Lock Me Down” produced by KT Beats. Trutha raps about feeling put into a box by many over the years and how God has helped him to step out his comfort zone. This song is a reminder to never let anyone box you in as a Christian or tell you who you are in this world outside of God. Listen to Trutha Below:
Affected by some of the poor decisions made in his past, 21-Year-Old Bay Area Native DaeShawn Forrest tells a story about his former hardheaded and rebellious behavior on his new single titled “Naive.” Scarred by the memories of moments where he knew he could have done better, DaeShawn admits in his song that he, “Couldn’t filter out the wrong voices.” And while looking back on the obvious opportunities he had to make the right decision and decided not to, DaeShawn describes those times as moments where he, “Dropped a touchdown pass wide open.” “Naive”, produced by DaeShawn Forrest himself, serves […]