Bucky Malone- "Dirty Bitch Freestyle" (prod. ICYTWAT)

Fa$t Life Militia ring leader Bucky Malone, of Virginia recently released a new track called "Dirty Bitch Freestyle" over some killer production by the infamous ICYTWAT. Bucky Malone aka Little Tokyo has been working hard bring his team to the forefront in the rap game, and has consistently shown lyricial versatility and in his choices in production. He's came a long way in his development as an artist since his first mixtape's such as That Boy From The Road and L.I.F.E. 2 (The Rise Of Little Tokyo) with a nice amount of professional accomplishments under his belt as well. If you enjoyed this banger definitely check out his latest album Don't Stre$$ produced by Chad Genius. Salute to yah boy! 

Click the link here to download    Don't Stre$$

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Quay Dash - Ain't Gon' Stop It/ BKLYN (video)

C.U.N.T MAFIA member and Brooklyn based rap artist Quay Dash released this gem of heavy hitting verses coupled with her sultry image, a visual mash up from her two songs "Ain't Gon' Stop It" and "Brooklyn". Directed by Will Brower and off her upcoming EP/Mixtape TRANSPHOBIC. Quay Dash occasionally drops tracks and most known for her presence with her team in the underground club kid scene in New York City. It would be amazing to see her rip through a full length project. Salute

Cata$trophic- " I HEARD" ft. RockStar Jah

King of Dreams Entertainment artist and Fa$t Life Militia affiliate Cata$trophic just released this hot track featuring follow Virginian rapper RockStar Jah. This is not the only time of her working with New York  producer ILLKlassTimes, he also produced her track "Scandal" and "Murda" off her most recent mixtape Thrill of the Cha$e  which you can find here


Drezus - Warpath (Directed by Stuey Kubrick) [Music Video]

Randomly stumbling along Facebook I saw a video from Drezus who is part of a growing movement of Native American and Native Canadian rappers who are providing voice for one of the most marginalized groups in society. This song goes, and the visuals are super dope. Ive attached another video from Supaman, another artist out of the scene.