Mixtape Crates

Our own DJ Wallah linked up with New Jersey's own DJ Shy for a collaborative mixtape titled November 2 Remember. Unsigned artists from the tri-state area along with Canada come together to showcase their skills on one project together. Check out volume one of the series below.
Washington DC's own Fong-Sai-U is back with a brand new single. This one is called "Times Up," and it appears on his album The Last Ronin which is available in December , and carries features from Wu-Tang affiliate Prodigal Sunn and more. Check out the track below.
Hailing from California, Nick Source spits a freestyle over Drake's "0-100" beat. The record can be found off of his mixtape, Lucy, downloadbale now on datpiff.com .
Another artist coming from New Jersey, Jabaar Hakeem is looking to take his viral success with Vine and turn it into a mainstream success. He just dropped a video titled "Hennessy." Check it out below. */
Coming off a 24 city tour, Denver native Supremem Ace is reading to bring his latest project TRILL INFLUENCE. The project carries 11 tracks and guest appearances from Pac Dive and much more with production from Taylor Gang's Sledren & RMB Justize, Ceej of Two 9, and more...
With no signs of slowing down, D'NME has returned to drop a brand new music video for his single "Out In The Morning". Filmed in Los Angeles, the video is very Quentin Tarantino-like and takes you through an adventure throughout the track. Check out the Tony Swansey and Dan...
Hailing from Jamaica, Queens, Slimarous is looking to capture his audience with a brand new video for his latest single "PNBC." Check out the full video below. */
Houston's own Eliot Ness returns with a brand new single called "Small Time." The track features Willie D, Scarface and Daz Dillinger from the Dogg Pound. Check it out below. */
Harlem's own Don Mykel just dropped a brand new project titled King Mykel: The Rebirth. The 20-year-old shows off his skill on this project with some lyrical bars and a statement which is being described as "a perfect mix of that old school essence with a modern twist." Check...