Take a introspective trip into the mind of the wordsmith Matty Guu. The Colorado emcee puts his lyrical prowess on full display with "Alone" his new single out with Mountain House Music. "Alone" is packaged with a minimalist visual of Matty by a body of water passionately performing his rhymes with exceptional delivery and charisma. The emotional journey of this record tackles mental health issues with very meticulous patterns that go into detail about Matty's mental state. This song will resonate with anyone who has dealt with depression but it will also go over well with any hip-hop fan just looking for quality mechanics in bars. Check out "Alone" below and stay on the look out for more from Matty Guu.
Anyone paying attention to what’s going on in the country these days can easily see the importance of a video like this. The messenger today comes from Chicago emcee MYCHL. If he sounds familiar, it’s because the Windy City lyricist previously released music some years back as a part of duo The 2 of Diamonds (dropping buzz-worthy joints with Chance The Rapper & Spenzo in the past). Now MYCHL makes his solo debut, and makes a strong first impression with his visuals for “Color Me Bad.”
Icemann, the 18 year old artist from Jackson, New Jersey drops off new single "Energy."
"My goal is to have a more positive impact on people by staying real. No mumble shit and no pretending to be someone i'm not." says Icemann.
Check out the single below and show some love!
Heno. has been on a roll lately, and returns with the official visual set for his recently-released jam “Rick James.” The song itself is a sleek, slow-burning cut on which Heno lays down some well-written verses and a stellar hook that all comes together for a memorable song that comes to life nicely. Stay tuned for more, as he looks to keep his foot on the music world’s neck all year long.