(New EP) – @WickedSweet4TP “Never ending Nightmares”

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Downstate Illinois resident Wicked Sweet delivers his first solo EP, “Never Ending Nightmares”. Holding it down for his hometown of Jacksonville, Sweet gives his nightmares a place to reside outside of his head; on the 8 track project. “What Do I Know” is a catchy single that serves as the lighter side of this dark journey through a young rapper’s mind.

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Ricki Rich- Bio + “Wolf of Rap” the Single

The lyricist Ricki Rich also known as “The Wolf of Rap” came across her talents at a very young age. Growing up on the west side of Cleveland with a father doing life in prison the streets became her go-to. In a single parent home with 4 other siblings, Ricki had to fend for herself. Years later, after making a few bad decisions, she landed herself in prison, serving a four-year sentence, where she started to put her life story into lyrics. Shortly after her release, she got together with a few producers and artists such as Lil Marv, Rello Rell, Undisputed, Berto the God, Highlife B, amongst others to help turn her dream of becoming one of the best to ever do it in Hip Hop into reality. Check out her latest singles “Pressure feat. Rello Rell”, ” Ooh lalala” and ” 90 West feat. Chris Religion” on YouTube and Soundcloud.

St.Louis artist Stringz “@IamStringZEmb” wins Big Money in Memphis

This past weekend Nov. 5th St.Louis artist Stringz took home the title of MidSouth Best at tstrhe 2nd Midwest Best $1000 Showcase at the Height Lounge in Memphis plus a cash prize of $500 after performing his cool breezy track meditate.

According to an article on BetasBlock.com “Stringz had the most confidence out of all of the performers of the night commanding the crowd with one of the most original sounds, & songs of the evening , that drew everyone closer to the stage, even the competition, with everybody swaying their arms in unison. The energy of his performance changed the feel of the whole showcase. He stood out, & sounded like no one else.”

This is another victory for St.Louis artist in a short week with emerging artist A Game, & Chris Grindz opening for a sold out Lil Uzi Vert concert at the Pagent. Congrats to them all, lets keep winning. Check out a clip of his performance below.

Chris Grindz (@ChrisGrindz)& A Game (@IAMAGAME1) open for Lil Uzi Vert At the Pagent

14925368_10208113671662112_1708958380083913174_nMany rappers were angry that Lil Uzi was performing in St. Louis last night (Nov.3rd). Many artist were upset they could perform, & many artist were angry because they felt that they don’t get the respect or support they are suppose to get from the potential fan base in their city. There’s no point to this paragraph, just giving facts.

Hip Hop artist A Game & Chris Grindz were given an well deserved opportunity to open for Lil Uzi Vert at the Pagent to a sold out crowd. Power move for both artist who have recently dropped solid projects. Chris Grindz released the “Danger Room Ep” less then a week before hearing the dope news check it out here, & A Game (seen to the right) just released the video to his single “I Can’t Tell”, on his upcoming & I’m sure more anticipated project “My City Made Me A Monster” coming soon. Salute to both guys, they have their cities talking. Check out brief footage from the show below.

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