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Yog Westwood is an established vet on the West Coast Hip Hop scene whose skills, ambition and business mindset make him a West Coast fan fave.
The lyrical mastermind has worked with name notable artists including E-40, Kymani Marley, MC Eiht, the Eastsidaz, Glasses Malone and more, but he doesn’t limit himself as a studio artist. Yog is also a ver avid performer whose presence has been felt in many markets including AZ, CA, NM, CO, TX and UT.
The lyricist has signed a contract earlier this month with legendary West Coast rapper Kokane on his Bud E. Boy label and brings to you the upcoming release of his new single, “Way West”. The high-powered track include guest appearances from Chris Notez, Katt Da Mack and Kokane, himself.
“The track is a West Coast anthem,” Yog explains. “It really took of in Cali and all of the Western states.” Right now, they are pushing the single to the South and it drops August 21st under the Bud E Boy Entertainment label.
Visuals By: Demetrius K Martinez
East New York Brooklyn’s International Special has been a mogul behind the scenes of the rap industry for decades. Special kept his nose to the streets and in a bag, the streets knew how special he was before he even picked up a microphone to show the world. Unlike a lot of upcoming artist in the industry, the lavish lifestyle he raps about is only a portrayal of his reality.
He first dropped his debut single, “Foreign” in the beginning of the year and it went in heavy rotation on SiriusXM and Hot 97. He snagged a deal with Sony Music under his Special Entertainment label and had since then performed in Hot 97’s Who’s Next at SOBs and other venues throughout the country.
He now gives us the visual to his new single, “Go”, produced by Yankee, Haus and Trilogy.
Brooklyn lyricist Von Villain pays tribute to the late, great Prodigy with this freestyle over the Mobb Deep classic “Quiet Storm”. Look out for Von Villain’s mixtape coming in August as a prelude to his original album slated for release this Fall.