UnsignedIndependent hip hop artist, Loch (Lock) hails from Detroit, Michigan by way of ATL. He describes his sound as a blend of East coast lyricism,with Southern style, and Midwest swing. You can hear it in his single “Fiyah”. Big props for cleverly working the Bruce Springsteen sample.
Chicago, Illinois’, MarVo is back with a hot new mixtape, “The VoBama Administration Presents: CHANGE”, hosted by DJ Don Cannon. “Products Of Our Environment”, is one of many good joints on this project.
UnsignedIndependent hip hop artists, BR and Timebomb, is a 6-piece band from Brooklyn, New York that combines rock, jazz and classical influences into their own flavor of hip-hop music. Check out the fresh sounds of their single. “More Power”, from the album, “Believe in Something Greater (Than Yourself)”.
UnsignedIndependent hip hop artist, Killa Phoon, hails from San Antonio, Texas. Reppin’ the Get Money Click and $outhern Coalition, he expresses his frustrations with the music biz on this track, “Alert”. Look out for their upcoming mixtape, “Martyr Muzik”.
Mr. Malish hails from Montreal, Canada. This is his second visit to IndieHipHop. I was first introduced to him when I was sent his short but ferocious “One Inch Punch”. Check out this the well produced video for his dope single, “Hometown”.
UnsignedIndependent hip hop artist/producer/songwriter, Young Fame, from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, says that he keeps his music gangster free. This doesn’t mean that his music doesn’t still pack a punch. You can hear it in his single. “It’s Okay.” Check it out.
UnsignedIndependent hip hop artist/producer, John Tucker, hails from the Bronx, New York. Check out his single “Only One”. It’s a hot joint with an easy flow featuring melodic vocals from Oscar Fernandez.
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.