Always dropping in when you least expect it, Atmosphere is putting on for their city, state and relative universe with the “Welcome to Minnesota” tour this coming February. The flagship song is an organic offering of fluid musicianship alongside a handful of the North Star State’s freshest talent. If you’re in the area, you can grab your tickets from their Facebook page and get ready for a show that’s set to be cold as hell.
Atmosphere Feat. Kill The Vultures, Big Quarters & MaLLy – “Somebody, MN”
If “Blame Me,” the new Breaking Point single from Bro. Emilio Rojas reminds you of Yelawolf, then pat yourself on the back because you know your music. Featuring secret weapons WillPower of SupaHotBeats and sultry soul sister, Nikkiya (not to mention a rapid-fire flow), there’s plenty of Slumerican influences on board to make you want to put Radioactive back in your immediate rotation. Emilio adds his own twist to the equation, giving the ladies yet another reason to give him the love/hate treatment.
Emilio Rojas Feat. Nikkiya – “Blame Me,” (Prod. By WillPower)
You might want to get all your digs in regarding Saint Nick’s name now, because there’s nothing laughable about his ability to get busy. Sometimes you’re only as good as your first impression and this Southerner with heavy allegiance to East Coast principles regarding his flow, poise and deliver makes for certain that you know he’s going to be one to watch in the future. Backtrack with his time-tested Born Hip-Hop: Present and The Future mixtape if it’s more you seek.
Saint Nick – “Here I Come”
Always on the go, Young De aka Demrick can probably tell you a thing or two about exhaustion. But for the heads up for Heads Up–his next release–he gives explicit instructions to whomever it may concern that everything will catch up to you, no matter how fast you run.
Young De aka Demrick – “BurnOut” (Prod. By Jim Jonsin)