• Propaganda SXSW
    28
    Mar

    Reflect Greatness Showcase at SXSW 2019 (Photo Recap)

    Check out these photos from the Reflect Greatness Showcase at SXSW 2019. Photographed by Charlie Del Tres. The lineup from left to right and top to bottom: Kurtis Hoppie, Bookie The Baby, NOAH SCHATZ, Aklesso, Parris Chariz, Reconcile, Deraj, Ruslan, Jon Keith, Paul Russell, Kaleb Mitchell, Aha Gazelle, Dee-1, Propaganda.
  • Paul Russell
    26
    Mar

    Paul Russell Breaks Down New Project ‘Once in a Dry Season’

    Paul Russell dropped his debut solo project, Once In A Dry Season, under Kings Dream Entertainment on March 29th. He was kind enough write an exclusive (not to mention a thorough and extensive) track-by-track breakdown of every song, and touches upon anything from production processes, real-life events that inspired the tracks, and goes deeper into the themes he explores. Be ...
  • 25
    Mar

    Bar Exam: Dru Bex – Strange Days, Long Nights (First Listen Review)

    I’ve just become acquainted with Dru Bex in recent years. I was able to chat a bit with him last year before he released In God’s Good Time, and I included it in my end of the year list. You never know what you’ll get from Dru. He’s able to do so much with a microphone and that’s what makes ...
  • Dee-1
    23
    Mar

    Reflect Greatness Hip-Hop Showcase at SXSW

    The Reflect Greatness hip-hop showcase returned to SXSW for a bigger and better second year. If you weren’t there, you missed out witnessing a lot of greatness at one location, in one night! The showcase was presented by HipHopDX, Reflection Music Group, and Rapzilla.com and held at The Belmont on Wednesday, March 13th, 2019 in Austin, TX. Due to the ...
  • Dru Bex
    22
    Mar

    Dru Bex – Strange Days, Long Nights

    Dru Bex just dropped his follow-up to In God’s Good TIme with Strange Days, Long Nights. This will also kick start the tour of the same name. Dru Bex Tracklist:   1. Bex Files 2. Strange Days ft. Parris Chariz 3. Long Nights 4. Mezzanine ft. Joey Vantes 5. No Exit 6. Navigator 2020 7. No Treadmill ft. Not Klyde ...
  • Paul Russell
    8
    Mar

    Paul Russell, Ruslan, & Jon Keith – 45th Ave Interlude

    Paul Russell, Ruslan, and Jon Keith got some New York City filmed heat in “45th Ave Interlude” music video. The song is bar heavy and visually the essence of NYC. Watch Paul Russell, Ruslan, & Jon Keith Below:
  • Paul Russell
    25
    Feb

    Paul Russell – Kalamazoo ft. Jon Keith & TROSSTHEGIANT

    Fresh off his collaborations with Grammy-award winning hip-hop artist Lecrae and Dream Junkies alum Ruslan, Paul Russell is ready for his close up. This March, the 21-year old hip-hop artist plans to release his first solo project, entitled Once in a Dry Season. Known for his melodic style and gruff voice, Paul considers jazz fusion and Motown soul to be ...
  • Byron Juane
    8
    Feb

    Byron Juane – Elevate ft. Jon keith

    Rapper Byron Juane dropped his new single “Elevate” featuring Jon Keith. Elevate feat @jonkeith is available now! Prod by @tee_wyla 🏆 https://t.co/tNSfbncRAh pic.twitter.com/PwjIoo7hYq — Byron Juane (@ByronJuane) February 8, 2019 Listen to Byron Juane Below:  Stream or purchase here.
  • 9
    Jan

    Rapzilla.com’s 15 Freshmen of 2019

    We’re excited to announce the 8th annual Rapzilla.com Freshmen class! The Rapzilla.com staff looked at around 30 new artists on the radar for our Rapzilla.com Freshmen Class of 2019. We narrowed down the list to the 15 artists that we think are going to lead the way. Our opinion is subjective of course, however, the one criteria that these artists ...
  • 2019 Rapzilla Freshmen Nominees
    31
    Dec

    Readers’ Choice: 2019 Rapzilla Freshmen Class Ballot (Vote Now)

    Hello Rapzilla Readers and Artists, it is time. Christmas is over, the New Year is imminent, and the Rapzilla Freshmen for 2019 will be named! Every year we make a list of around 50 candidates and whittle it down to 40, 30, 20, and finally 15. It’s never easy. Sometimes we miss people. Sometimes an artist we pick fizzles out, but ...