The Low End Co. is a duo of DJ/Producers out of North Carolina specializing in Trapstyle/Hip Hop/EDM productions. Comprised of DJ TR!LLiON and DJ Grisly Adams, they have put together
Capitol Records artist Young Dirt has long been a forerunner to make it big out of North Carolina. Grimy lyrics over heavy instrumentals combined with flashy music videos cater to the masses and the new joint is just as fresh as ever. Teaming with Winston-Salem artist Ricky Ruckus doesn’t hurt to add to the mix either. They both bring heat on the Blahzae provided banger that’s filmed by The HD Boys. Dirt’s video presence has been stepping up lately as the quality of the videos has hit exceptional.
Make sure you go and follow them on Twitter and catch the latest jawn on YouTube.
Raleigh based production team DNA Productions has released their latest joint “The White Boy Song”. The song features a modern sound with a big bassline and crispy mix colluding with
Shot by Kennon Pearson of K. Pearson Media. This is my first music video for “EXiT” off Self Control. It’s a very heartfelt, originally produced song of that unrequited love that just never works out. Please watch and comment on the video if you dig it!
Perennial site favorite C. Pitt has been busy in our absence. Releasing a new tape entitled You Name It for the fans he’s dropped this video to accompany the song called “Set the Record Straight”. It features relative unknown (at least at this site, though I do look forward to hearing more from the spitter…hit us up!) Marley G. The tracks vocals are gritty but fitting. The beat is spastic and allows the rhyme sayers to become rhyme slayers. They bring the heat on this track and we here appreciate C. Pitt’s new artistic direction expanding his sound further into modernity than he’s reached in his past.
Big Whiskey out of North Carolina on Morgue Muzik is back on a new joint entitled “Scottie Pippin”. It features Kush Kelz and is produced by Jaemix. It’s a hard
Ed. Note: This site is slowly going to become the place to check for underground hip-hop albums. My own tape landed last week on both Bandcamp and iTunes. I have
Jamison Bethea. A multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, MC, etc. etc. etc. The list goes on and on of what this man can singlehandedly accomplist. But I’m only here to talk about