Atlantic Records‘ fresh-faced rapper-singer and songwriter, YBN Cordae, stupefies listeners with his debut solo album The Lost Boy – a bona fide and impassioned project well beyond his years.

YBN Cordae, born Cordae Amari Dunston, first made a name for himself as part of the YBN gang, the young “internet rap clique” that went viral. Now, Cordae rightly sets him self apart as an independent artist with the very aptitude to rewrite the rules of the game.

Cordae is undeniably unique by nature, flipping the switch from witty (“RNP” feat. Anderson .Paak) and somewhat comical, to gritty and gripping (“Broke as F**k“), everywhere from spitting full-hearted bars (“Nightmares Are Real” feat. Pusha T) , to delving into soul with mellow vocals; this is one upcoming artist the industry’s bound to watch.

The Lost Boy also features Chance the Rapper, Ty Dolla $ign, Meek Mill, and Arin Ray.

Listen now below.

Just like the Egyptian God himself, Atlanta-based visionary and Audible Hustle‘s very own rap artist Horus Gump, soars high in blazing all-new video clip “No Politickin’.”

On the come up from a poverty-stricken life in his hometown of Blackbelt, Alabama, to preserving the art of the hustle in Atlanta, where he now resides, Horus Gump is the defiant embodiment of a spiritual-street, musical alchemist; everywhere from thought-provoking songwriting to spitting inimitable bars.

Now, Horus sets the record straight, declaring “I ain’t about the politickin’, I’m a pilot” in his “butter-drenched banger“, a fiery feature shot and directed by Larimar Media.

For anyone and everyone who knows the importance of protecting your energy, dodging negativity and staying true to the art of the hustle, this track is your anthem.

No Politickin’” is the ninth track from Horus Gump‘s well-received debut album FK.Nga.Szn.

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From fervently pushing mixtape after mixtape, a hard-nosed hustle that prompted his signing to Slip-N-Slide Records, Miami-based rapper Mike Smiff makes his official mark at full speed in all-new album All Gas No Brakes (Vol. 3)

The turbulent rapper grinds with a hunger, finesse and compulsive flow that keeps you grounded throughout this 15-track hip hop anthem; a hallmark impossible to achieve without its next-level features from up-and-comers Jordan Hollywood, City Girls, Mozzy, Ali Coyote, Trick Daddy, Gank Gaank, NoStylgia, and more.

In the hustler’s anthem “Do Your Own Thang,” Smiff (feat. NoStylgia) proclaims, “if hustling is your thang cos’ that’s the way you bring the money in, grind on… you better grind on,” and “if stunting is your vibe, clean the wheels up and bring the dope outside, shine on… you better shine on.”

Like the soundtrack to a racer flick, Smiff reverberates the lightning-speed movements of street racers (“Check-In” feat. Trick Daddy) to dodging drama in the fast lane (“4 1 Nite” feat. City Girls), and consequently, what his hustle is all about (“Wanted More“).

This is one ride you won’t want to miss.

Listen now below.