Tag Archives: Mississippi

(New Audio)-@TeddyKobain TBT August 4th (Can I Live Cover)

Memphis-born, Mississippi-bred artist Teddy Kobain kicks off his new #TeddysThrowbackThursdays series in a big way. For the first installment he touches one of rap’s most recognizable instrumentals, Jay-Z’s “Can I Live”. On the track he weaves together thoroughly fluent bars ranging on topics like police brutality to violence in the inner city. Check out the first edition now and be …

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(New Mixtape)-@Chuck__Tee “Where’s My Lighter”

Chuck Tee is a twenty-two year old creative lyrical artist out of Mississippi that has recently dropped his first major project, “Where’s My Lighter?”. Chuck Tee is the bridge connecting different styles of hip-hop and 1970’s word play. From the style in charisma of the West Coast, the lyrical consistency from the East Coast and from his stomping grounds in …

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(New Audio)-@JayDotRain Featuring @TheRealMoeD, @BigSant & @TheCoolIsMac “We Livin (Remix)” Produced By @iAmJohnQwest & Breakem Off

Alabama emcee Jay Dot Rain brings together a great line up of southern spitters for the all southern remix to his wavy banger, “We Livin”. The remix to his hit from his mixtape, “Cooley Fly Chronicles”, features southern OG Big Sant, rising #NewAtlanta artist The Cool Is Mac, and Mississippi’s Moe D. The new sounds the southern wordsmiths spit over …

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