Featuring Mike Herard
Mike Herard is a product of New York's music scene. Herard is an A&R at Shady Records, the founder of Beat Hustle, and a manager for The Last Artful, Dodgr as well as a number of up-and-coming artists. But since coming up in the early 90s in Queens, Herard has been an integral part of New York's hip hop scene.
Herard introduces a sensational young Haitian-American producer, singer, and songwriter from Florida named Beni Moun, as well an explosive local rapper named Topprraaa.
Georgia lyricist Coley Xavier breaks down a vivid image from his childhood with "Story Time: Suburban Slum." Beat maker underscore flaunts his versitility on "throwing tantrums while the car's parked" and HAWA catches ears on the infectious single "I'm Safe."
01 "Phantom Powerless" by Jumi
02 "Tokyo" by Topprraaa
03 “Elevating” by The Foreigners
04 "throwing tantrums while the car's parked” by underscores
05 "Story Time: Suburban Slum" by Coley Xavier
06 "Noah, What's Love" by Beni Moun
07 “I'm Safe” by HAWA
08 “single (on the weekend)" by marcos g
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