New Indie Music: K Camp, Dee-1, Sasha Go Hard, Rolls Royce Rizzy and more

| November 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Sasha Go Hard Tink

The independent hip-hop artists are building a huge buzz in the streets, in the blogs, and a few even make it into the mainstream conversation. While many are looking for some our old favorites to release new music, take a look at a few indie hip-hop artists that are making the streets chatter.

 Dee-1 Pay For It

As Dee-1 prepares for the release of his project Psalms of David II,  the New Orleans rapper gives us a taste with the single, “I’ll Pay For It,” produced by Mannie Fresh. Psalms of David II drops on November 19th, but in the meantime, listen to “Ill Pay For It.”

While Rolls Royce Rizzy was spotted promoting his new single, “Gah Damn” at Atlanta’s Buckhead Bottle Bar, the rapper revealed to us that he would soon be hitting the road with Juicy J very soon! In the meantime, let us know what you think about Rolls Royce Rizzy’s, “Gah Damn.”

Chicago’s hard-spitting indie females, Sasha Go Hard and Tink, represent for the ladies as they team up for Sasha Go Hard’s latest visual, “Problem.”

 

K Camp and Kwony Cash team up for “Money Baby,” which has been making a huge buzz on Atlanta radio. While we ready our exclusive interview with one of Atlanta’s rising indie artists, K Camp, and the release of Kwony Cash’s Don’t Sleep mixtape, take a look as the official video for “Money Baby.”

 

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