New video Future ft Nicki Minaj "You Da Baddest"
Thursday, July 27, 2017
Actor Orlando Brown stopped by The Progress Report to speak about his music career and thoughts on the current state of Hip Hop. After his infamous VLAD TV interview, Brown updates us on his current drug usage, porn tape, health, and his dislike for Jay Z and other entertainers.
Orlando also opens up about his personal life and admits he doesn’t have anyone in his corner after sacrificing his childhood and reminisces on past sexual experiences with Raven Symone.
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Wednesday, July 26, 2017
Cincinnati rapper Buttaman Escobar is back with a new mixtape Escobar Season. Jugg to this mixtape below and keep up with Buttman on IG @DaRealButtaman & Twitter @ButtaManCincy's.
Thursday, July 20, 2017
On the latest episode 411 UnCut Money Man opens up to Nella D about previously being signed to Akon, why Atlanta is the heart of the music scene, signing to Cash Money Records, and much more! Make sure you keep up with Money Man on IG @BCFMoneyMan & Twitter @BCMoneyMan86.
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
The world famous, Coalition DJs remixed Yo Gotti and Mike Will's, "Rake It Up". The track features Too Short, T.I. & Nicki Minaj.
Check out Coalition DJs own, Lalaa Shepard recent interview with Too Short below:
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FDW BayBay is a Cincinnati born artist now residing in North Carolina.
With over 5 years of experience, BayBay recently released his debut EP, Sippin Therapy.
The project is hosted by DJ Red RX and features CMG acts, MoneyBagg Yo and Blac Youngsta, Young Scooter, and fellow rising Cincinnati artist, Cook Laflare.
Sippin Therapy features 9 solid records which display BayBay’s melodic and vocal reach. His music is a combination of stories inspired by true life events, psychological pain, and hopes for a brighter future.
BayBay has several music videos online, all of which reach over 30k views apiece. He plans to release visuals for his singles, “Dirty Money” and “Never Loved Us” sometime next month.
Monday, July 17, 2017
Cincinnati artist Jus Clay has released a new single titled Mula. Check out this dope track below and keep up with Jus Clay on IG & Twitter @ImJusClay.
Too Short also addresses Drake, Yo Gotti and Nicki Minaj for remixing his music and creating new hits and shares his appreciation for DJs who he refers to as unsung heroes in Hip Hop.
With over 30 years in the business, Too Short gives advice for longevity and the importance of differentiation in entrepreneurship.
Too Short also gives his opinion on the Tupac, All Eyez On Me film.
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Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Tuesday, July 4, 2017
Insomniac Lamb$ talks to Nella D about why he thinks he didn't make this years XXL Freshman Cover, the Cincinnati music scene, and much more on the latest episode of 411 UnCut! Check it out below and keep up with Insomniac Lamb$ on IG & Twitter @InsomniacLambs.
Cincinnati artist Tayson is back with a new single titled Watching. Tayson is no stranger to the Cincinnati music scene is now making his way through the midwest. Check out his new single below and keep up with Tayson on IG @Tayson1000 & Twitter @CallMeTayson.
Sunday, July 2, 2017
Saturday, July 1, 2017
Born recently collaborated with 1/3 Migos member, Quavo for “Hot Topic” which is produced by Dun Deal. “Hot Topic” has over 1 million combined streams and the official music video was shot in the Dominican Republic and has over 1 million views.
Now Born is back in the studio working on new material with Money Man!
Cuntry Cane and Smoke Da Stoner are twin brothers and artists originally born in Atlanta, GA. The twins formerly resided in parts of Alabama and Texas and now live in Cincinnati, OH.
Since birth, they have been inseparable. In school, even though they were not in the same class, their teachers supported their need to be side by side. Their classes were always next door to each other. They ate lunch, played outside, and went to the bus together. When one got sick, the other got sick and the duo has always been there for each other.
As they grew older, music became a therapeutic outlet and they both shared dreams of becoming the next twins in the music industry. Unfortunately, with little money and lack of resources, they turned to the streets to jumpstart their journey. In July 2011, life took a turn for the worst when the twins were arrested on drug possession, trafficking and gun charges. They later fought the case, and with the help of family and the grace of God, they were given 5 years of intensive probation without being able to leave the city. This experience put the twins into overdrive and they started their first project immediately, determined to rise up in the industry.
The twins released their first official mixtape via Livemixtapes titled, ScarDByThaStreets, detailing the pain, losses, deaths, tragedies, and their struggle growing up in the streets. The mixtape features DJBando1k, DjSoCincere, and DjShooter1k and production from Cincinnati native, Koonthatrack.
Cuntry Cane and Smoke Da Stoner released their second project, Scard By Tha Streets Vol.2 via Spinrilla earlier this year hosted By Dj So Cincere & Dj J Dough.
Check out the official audio to their new single, “Couple Mo”. The official music video will be released 4th of July!
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Twitter @SmokeDaStoner & @CuntryCane6612