When Atlanta up-and-comer Lil Trevo drops a track about “Free Smoke”, he isn’t likely talking about about donating blunts. Lil Trevo was self-raised in a family that lost one son to gunshots and one to jail. He learned the pitfalls of the streets early in life and is talented enough, and lucky enough, to be able to use music to escape a similar fate. That being said, he and his crew stay ready to lace a room with that ‘smoke’ should the need arise. “Free Smoke” debuted on WSHH and has garnered over 100K views and counting thus far.
Nya Lee, Lexxy, EMC Scotty & Meet Sims bring their anthem “My Sister’s Keeper” to the big screen, courtesy of DJ Kay Slay – @kingdjkayslay
After a seven-year hiatus in between projects, DJ Kay Slay returned with the star-studded and …