Wazzup Exclusive: Ricky Official’s HOT new single titled “Decades” | @Twrickyofficial

I got a CERTIFED BANGER for the people, Ricky Official Decades feat Asaiah Diamante. This is one of those songs that make you go crazy as soon as you turn it on because the beat drop is hard af! I hear a lot of track from artists, this one is a undeniable hit in my opinion. With lyrics like “Girl what you say say, say say/Why don’t you come down, my way/This aisle been a long stretch for me/This here is the real thing, no foreplay/Not no in hundred years/Would I’ve guessed what you do to me/You my saint my […]

#NewMixtape Fresh – Love and Confliction Hosted by @DjSmokemixtapes | @TheFresh615

  FRANKLIN, TN – Fresh isn’t just the name of one of the hottest up-and-coming young rappers in the U.S. It’s also the definition of his sound – a new take on hip-hop that he says is very much needed in the industry right now. “I feel as if a lot of upcoming new rappers all sound the same because of the flows that are hot right now and what people want to hear,” Fresh said. “But I don’t want my music to sound like other artists in the game. I want it to sound like my own style of music, […]

Wazzup Xclusive: Dreezy |No Hard Feelings |@dreezydreezy

No Hard Feelings Chicago, Illinios ~ Since  dropping the  catchy single “Body” in January of 2016, Chicago born and raised Dreezy has been on a mission to overcome! Regarded as the Princess of Chicago Rap, Dreezy gives validity to the given title by going hard in the paint, and now the brush paints a platinum life!  And Platinum is where I expect the debut project “No Hard Feelings” to land.  An explosive, sensual, but trance like seduction of eargasm describes the adjectives I would use to explain the 19 track masterpiece.  Laced with classic punch lines and dope rhymes, “No Hard Feelings” takes no prisoners and serves as shots fired for […]

New [EP] @DAEtrius ‘The EBRO Demo’

Atlanta’s own DAEtrius responds to Ebro Darden’s call to action with The EBRO Demo EP. Inspired by Ebro Darden’s comments to Jermaine Dupri during a recent interview about the current state of Atlanta’s hip-hop music scene, DAEtrius, 22, takes a quick break from recording his debut project to prove the “ the south has something to say”. On The EBRO Demo, DAEtrius weaves an interesting narrative that begins with “Ebro asking Atlanta artists to “step their bars up” and ends with a Peter Rosenberg/Raury interview where Rosenberg gives a heartfelt mention of DAEtrius as one of the Atlanta artists currently […]