That raw intellectual hiphop sound provided by DMV's highly anticipated unsigned artist Kevin Sinatra, has not gone unnoticed. With features in 2dopeboyz, HipHopHundred, djbooth, and many more Kevin continues to drop classic bangers. While covering one of his early 2017 projects "Sleep Paralysis", Earmilk gave a highlight to his lyrics, stating that "he's making a poignant statement about young black males at the hands of the very institutions (such as police, i.e "angels") built to protect them but instead suffer due to being undervalued in western society."
Chill beat, catchy hook, and fluid flows by artists PC, YoungFuture, JB, and Reggie aka 100Degrees. Produced and recorded in 2011 in a matter of a few hours by one of Diversal's inhouse producers in one of those ghetto DIY home studio college huts, these group of college friends recorded a classic 420 themed influenced track. While the members have embarked on different journeys, they are still in talks of releasing more projects (We'll keeo you updated). In the meatime, some listen to this track every April 20th in commemoration and tradition, while others enjoy it whenver. Take a listen and vibe with em'. Don't forget about it in April*.
SZA gave me a drop for my EP! Guess you should download it :) pic.twitter.com/kphB4pGnLz— Stefon Simmons (@StefonSound) June 10, 2017
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While living in NYC has its pros and cons, seeing pop-up performances by talented unsigned artist is defintely a benefit. Like @MarleySings for example, singer from NYC. Even though we were unable to get a video, we were able to get a photo off before the train came. Fortunately, she's got fans, and more of her videos can be found online just follow her on social.
Performing with dancers on a NYC subway platform