Unsigned Independent hip hop artist, KJ was born in England then later relocated to Canada when he turned 11. I don’t have much to say about his video and single, “Repeat”, other than it’s fresh to def! Check it out.
Unsigned Independent hip hop artist/composer/vocalist, Bira, from California, blends a number a musical vibes to create his own fresh style of hip hop. Open your ears, mind and absorb the unique style of his single “Robots Are Cool”
UnsignedIndependent hip hop artist, Jewels, hails from Chicago’s south side. He pokes fun at lame hip hop music with no lyrical content on his single “I’m Sayin”. Peep the skillful flow over this infectious beat produced by The Baron Boys. Here’s a link to Jewel’s latest mixtape: http://www.zshare.net/download/6326075521270810/
UnsignedIndependent hip hop artist, Impulss is doing his part to show that New Orleans has diversity in it’s hip hop sound. He proves that with this dope hip hop single and video, “Do It’ feat. Prince Po.
God saved my life when I was lost and destined for destruction. I am Jon West a artist and producer from the U.S. Virgin Islands/North Carolina. I was born on the island of St. Croix and grew up there until I was 14 when my family moved to Wilmington, NC. I have had lots of experiences in life, some good and some not. But, they’ve shaped who I am and I believe this comes out in my music. Visual art used to be my escape, poetry took it’s place when I was 13 and hip hop took the place of poetry when I was in high school. I wasn’t introduced to hip hop until I was 16 or 17, growing up in the islands is partly guilty but in general I just never had access to it. It’s been my escape ever since I started freestyling and putting together my first crude recordings in 2004. I feel like I’ve developed a lot as a person since then and this has spilled over into my music. Sometimes the negativity of my past comes out and sometimes my positive outlook on the future can be heard in between the kick and the snare. I love music and I’m going to do it forever, if I make a name out of it then so be it, but if not, I’m just a regular guy who loves hip hop.
Unsigned Independent hip hop artist, The Boy Illinois, hails from Chicago, Illinois. He goes in hard on his single “Chicago White Sox” ft. G.o.D. Jewels. Check it out. Download his mixtape, inhale part 2.
Independent hip hop artist, C.Khid (Cannot Kill How I’m Dreaming), from the Carolinas, describes his music as “a combination of witty lyric play with a commercial sound.” He put down his flow over this beat jacked from Drake in this video, “High Definition”. There’s also a little comic relief at the end of the video.
Independent hip hop artist Big Dreek, is reppin’ for the Carolinas. Presented by Southern Boy Entertainment, his latest single, “Grinding”, from his yet to be titled album is making it’s way through the streets. Check it out.
Chicago’s MarVo is back on indiehiphop.net with this dope video, ‘Tired’. The track is produced by Don Cannon and will be on his soon to be released mixtape, “The Vobama Administration Presents: Change”.
Independent hip hop artists, Doppelgangaz don’t reveal much about where they’re from. They do however, hint that they’re known to pop up around areas of New York. They’re single, ’2012 or Forever’ is a track off their EP titled “The Ghastly Duo”. ’2012 or Forever’ has a classic drum swing that’s reminiscent of the golden age of hip hop. Combined with clever rhymes and flows, this track is a sure winner.
Independent hip hop artists, Ancient Tongue, hail from Long Island and Leadville, New York. Their single ‘The Hard Road” is a nice blend of kick-ass live instrumentation, ill flows and turntablism. Peep the video.