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Seeing that New York City urban music has taken prominence once again in the spotlight with setting record album sales and winning great titles, it’s a new generation of artists under that fold that’s molding their own wave in the process. On the frontline stands some of the toughest lyricists in the “City That Never Sleeps”, one of them being Brooklyn’s own Radamiz.
Houston is growing to be a brewing pot full of talent that ranges from different areas of the city. As you see the likes of Trill Sammy, Maxo Kream, Tobe Nwigue, Megan The Stallion, and more Houstonians achieve success outside of their home borders, it's more artists on the cusp of the city who are making their name known outside of H-Town as well. One of the leading acts doing just that is the self-proclaimed "Youngest Veteran", Enzo Mcfly. Coming off the heels of his latest project, "Next To Blow", he offers a new striking visual for the lead single, "Big Enzo".
The DMV scene has been one of the most intriguing regions when it comes to the modern infrastructure of music. The small yet powerful area has been offering some of the freshest acts that are making a lasting impact on the modern shape of hip-hop. Seeing the likes of Q Da Fool, Rico Nasty, XanMan, Goonew & Lil Dude, and more prosper, it's certainly opening a new wave of artists that can move the region's sound forward.
New York is known as one of the most dominant regions when it comes to urban and introducing new talent. As a new season approaches the forefront with more things to offer, emerging melodic artist Airline Jay is standing on the frontline with fire material to give new fans. Coming off the heels of his latest project, "Feel Trip", he follows with the release of his cinematic presentation titled "105mph".
The New York Scene has grown into a new haven for artists to prosper in the Northeast. The remodeling of the sound infrastructure placed in the urban genre has sprouted some serious acts that have gone to sell out stadiums and get platinum selling records. As some artists amongst the mainstream circle have put on for The Big Apple, Krimelife Boys have been tightening up the underground circuit with their upfront rambunctious delivery in their music.
If you’ve been liking the New York City music scene for the past half decade, then you’re familiar with Fool Gold’s collective, “World’s Fair”. The solidified crew from Queens have molded some of the music that’s coming from the borough and each member in the crew still gets busy and you see that clearly with the release of Lansky Jones new project, “Dangerfield”.
Arkansas may not be the cultural haven for what’s happening in the 3rd Coast, let alone the nation, but they are sprouting out some of the most intriguing acts in the country. While it may not be a national outbreak of talent that’s breaking out of the state in recent memory but one of the most consistent acts that has garnered attention is Little Rock’s majestic cool queen, Kari Faux.
If you’ve been living in New York City for the past couple of years, you’ve heard or either attended something regarding Kinfolk. In the heart of what’s happening in Brooklyn, Kinfolk has been a cultural waving flag for being inclusive to what’s popping in the city. From the scope of nightlife, resale, and cultural influence, Kinfolk has covered many boundaries in one and they recently had the good people of Adidas and I-D magnify their story to a new degree.
The Sunshine State has a lot of things to offer and one of the most resonating things that has been shaping their culture is the indie driven style and fashion scene that’s been emerging. One of the strongholds in the area is Filthy, a streetwear brand that delivers witty ideas via graphic design and aesthetic.
One of the brands that’s making headlines and capturing much attention is the soccer inspired brand, GhostTown Saints FC. Flipping the popular identity of your favorite soccer squads, GhostTown uses it’s sleek, simplistic dark image as a propeller to offer custom designs for customers to enjoy.
When it comes to the art of fashion, it’s one thing to don the threads you’d like to wear but it’s another when brands offers a chance for different consumers to deliver their own 1 of 1 pieces. INDVLST is taking that leap forward to bring consumers into their space by not only allowing them to buy some of their latest winter pieces
Starting the New Year off right, it’s already some brands that are applying pressure and putting work in during the first days of 2019. Coming off a good work and supplying the streets with many threads, Absent comes back to the forefront and drops some new gear for fashion junkies to enjoy.