Tha Vicious & Ocho Sneak – Big Bag

Tha Vicious and Roc Nation Artist Ocho Sneak team up for hard hitting track Big Bag. These Broward County Artist chemistry on this track reminiscent of dynamic duo like Young thug and Rich homie Quan or Redman and Method man. The beat is produced by Spl!ted Stupid and engineered by Primo The Genius. The track has luxury type lyrics. Just straight on the grind and hustle. 2022 is definitely a good year for Florida. Tha Vicious has been connecting with the best out of South Florida and Ocho Sneak has shown time and time again he is one of the best out of South Florida.

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Madd Money Entertainment & It’s All Raw Promotions Presents CCGG VIEW “My Walk”

The Apple doesn’t fall far from the tree with the “Dorsey” name when it comes to the entertainment business. The Original Hotboy and multi-platinum artist from Cashmoney Records “BG” AKA “BGizzle” cousin “CCGG VIEW” has entered the music industry under his 1st cousin guidance since 2009.  What does “CCGG” mean? It’s the new label the BG start entitled “Chopper City Guerrilla Gang” in 2010 and View was 1 of the 1sts artists to be introduced along with Jigg, Mike D, Rooster & Kutta Birdy before he got incarcerated 2011.

The group continued to move forward along with promoting #freebg hashtag their “Hood General” in Charge. Loyalty always been a factor throughout their movement as they continue to represent their label & Boss (BG). They dropped their 1st Mixtape entitled “Chopper City Still An Army” & 2nd “Chopper City D Boyz” both hosted by BG own DJ Hektik. The group decided to strengthen their solo careers while continuing to promote #freebg.

View came out with his 1st mixtape in 2021 that he recorded himself entitled “I Gotta Eat” Vol 1 which gained a lot of attraction. Then he dropped his 1st EP entitled “Mudd Life” March 2021. You can find different videos on YouTube of the group and View solo projects by searching “CCGG”. View continued to promote and build his fanbase but he knew he was missing the key piece to his career.

He decided to move to Detroit to bring his career to the next level by bringing his mother, Carol A Dorsey (Madd Money Entertainment Group) & Big Sweetz (It’s All Raw) into managing his career along with the support from his “Unc” Red (Wideopen Mgmt).

For the past 6 months “View” developed his own new signature sound when it comes to his music and has recorded 100 + songs. Wanting to introduce his new-found sound to his fans along with his new found fanbase, he decided to drop his 1st album under his new management “Madd Money Entertainment & It’s All Raw Promotions” entitled “Life of A Ghetto Soulja” (Righting My Wrongs) February 18th, 2022. The title came from his momanager “Carol A Dorsey” seeing what her son has been through over the past 7 years plus hearing the growth in his musical talent. His 1st single “My Walk” along with video dropped January 7th, 2022. Make sure you check it out on his YouTube Channel “CCGG VIEW” plus listen to his new single & other music on all digital outlets NOW. You can find out everything from exclusive interviews plus buy his music on his personal website

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D.H.S To Drop New EP “In Hustling We Trust Vol. 1” (Hosted By Jadakiss)

D.H.S is set to release a hot new EP titled “In Hustling We Trust Vol. 1” (Hosted By Jadakiss) February 2022. Mr. Mossberg Banga out of West Philadelphia is an entrepreneur and the founder and owner of the record label Hilltop Coalition Entertainment. Determined to put out good music as a solo artist he also took the initiative to keep his close friends/family alongside him along the way. 
Mr. Banga has been one fourth of the group Dark Hustlaz Society for the past decade and a half. The group composed of Mr. Banga, L Crock, Loc, Sam G, and the late J Curtis who was called home from his savior 7 years ago. Ever the multi-taskers, DHS (Dark Hustlaz Society) is on a mission to affect change to bring the sound back to the hilltop the mecca of Philadelphia hip-hop where it started.
Artists like Steady B, Cool C, DJ Tap Money, man Called Lux, E Marbles and JoJo, Da Youngstas, and many more The Great LG the Teacher has inspired. Gold and Platinum hits consistently is a destination DHS will have to keep alive with the help The Great LG the Teacher son Quaraan Goodman (QBALL). Look out for “In Hustling We Trust Vol. 1” (Hosted By Jadakiss) coming soon! Presented by Trillest Ent.


Q&A with MakaSound Producer Aye YB

Q&A with MakaSound Producer Aye YB

By Micah ‘MØW’ Wormley


From sleeping on his friends couch, to becoming one of the most sought after up coming producers in the industry, Malachi Haden, known to most as AyeYB, is proving that hard work and dedication can take you places talent alone will not. Born in Atlanta, Ga and raised in Richmond, Va, AyeYB’s love and passion for producing has manifested through his youth into a thriving career in his young adulthood. In this interview, we got to know a little more about AyeYB as he chronicled his journey, as well as dropping gems for the next generation of producers. 

Where did your passion for music flourish? And at what age did you first aspire to be a music producer?

Aye YB: My passion for music flourished from being in the church, growing up around the piano players and the drummers. My mom used to always tell me how she would put headphones over her stomach and play music like Mozart and jazz. I honestly think that’s why music has such a strong hold on me as well. I first aspired to become a music producer at age 13 watching videos of Southside and Lex Luger making beats on Youtube. This was right before I got to high school. I wanted to make music a long term thing. I just did not want to become a band teacher.

Who and or what were some of your inspirations while learning to produce? What did you take from them and how did you apply it to your sound?

Aye YB: My main inspirations as a producer are Metro & Wheezy. At age 14, I watched Vlogs of Metro Boomin after school everyday. His melodic melodies were my biggest takeaway and the way he layered sounds blew my mind away. Then when It comes to Wheezy the bounce of his drums and the way he put them together is crazy. I studied it all through high school. It really helped grow my sound and taught me the right pockets to insert my drums. I took away so much knowledge.


The Making Of 2 Chainz & Big Sean “Wreck” W/ Aye YB (Co Prod. Hitmaka & Duce)

How did the pandemic affect your journey as a producer and content creator?

Aye YB: The pandemic affected my journey for the best. I was stuck in the house so much I couldn’t do anything but make beats. Being locked in really helped me get into the position I’m in now as far as getting signed. I woke up, made beats until about 3, took a break then got back to making beats until about 11pm in the evening. It allowed me to get so much stuff done and it set me ahead of the curb. I was living with TB digital at the time so as far as content creating he helped guide and show me everything I needed to do.

How did you join team ProducerGrind? And how did their platform help to make you a better producer?

Aye YB: I joined Team Producergrind through TB Digital. I was with him all the time watching him make kits, livestream, and create content. I was always the guy behind the camera and helped set things up. It came to a point where he asked me if I wanted to join and so I took the opportunity and never looked back. The platform helped me understand the viewpoints of the producers from the ones who just started to the ones who have placements. It helped me grow my patience a lot more than anything.

You seem like a naturally quiet person. How hard was it for you to come out of your shell while creating content? Any tips you could recommend?

Aye YB: It was hard for me to break my shell at first being in front of the camera. But I honestly think that is what I am known for just being a chill laid back person. I still am currently working on communicating and talking more. You honestly just have to be yourself and just talk.


 Can you give some insight on how you joined MakaSound?

Aye YB: I joined makasound simply by just sending beats to the songwriter and President of Makasound Chirshan for a little over a year. We had so many demo’s together where it got to a point and he asked me if I wanted to join the team. Once I joined, he flew me out to Florida and got me in the room with Turbo, Jetson, Vory, Tay Keith, Murda Beatz, and some other producers and songwriters.

What is the most valuable lesson you’ve learned from Hitmaka & Chrishan?

Aye YB: The most valuable lesson I learned from Chrishan and Hitmaka is that you can not take anything personal. You have to keep it strictly business in this industry and grow some tough skin because things do not happen when you want it to. 

How do you define success and what does success look like for you?

Aye YB: To me success is being able to take care of your family and yourself and also putting your people in the position to win and take care of their families. It’s all about paying it forward. It’s not about money, money is only a tool to help you reach financial freedom.

It definitely shows that you put in a lot of hours to reach this level of success. What do you enjoy doing outside of music?

Aye YB: The only thing I do outside of music is play the game and hang out with my brother and cousins. I hate being in the mix. I just like to stay out the way.

If you could give one valuable piece of advice to an aspiring producer following your path what would it be?

Aye YB: The biggest valuable piece of advice I would say is to build relationships. That’s all you need is to have strong relationships with people it goes farther than anything

Follow Aye YB on Instagram @1AyeYB


ISO617 – B-LINE TAPE | @officialiso617

ISO617 drops his latest mixtape B-Line Tape on his official soundcloud click that image above to check it out and leave some feedback in the comment sections below and give his soundcloud a follow. ISO617 will be dropping new music all of 2022 so make sure to keep up with him by following him on his social media accounts listed below.

Ke’lyn The Artist Bringing more to Hip Hop

Every so often someone breaks into the Hip-Hop industry whose talent and skills go far beyond just dropping a hot 16. Ke’lyn The Artist, or Ke’lyn for short is 1 of those talents to watch out for. Hailing from 1 of the biggest music cities on the map, Atlanta Georgia the atlien doesn’t aspire to fit in with the in-crowd nor follow the masses. With his own unique style and even more signature sound, Ke’lyn the Artist is proving that having your own flavor and not following the trends can work as an independent artist. Sort of taking the ‘text-book artist’ approach with his music, he is on a single release spree to keep growing his fan base, while experimenting with different musical ingredients.

“Music is the only thing that never gets on my nerves” – Ke’lyn the Artist

Tune into Ke’lyn The Artist’s Instagram account @Kelyntheartist for inspiration and to keep up with everything in his career. Also, follow him on Snapchat and Facebook @Kelyntheartist to keep up with how you can contribute to his music and events. If you want to catch up on all of Ke’lyn’s music, interviews, etc. on his YouTube at

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Snapchat: @kelyntheartist

Introducing Brooklyn native artist, Goon Oom

Goon Oom Was Born In Brooklyn New York. With The Death Of His Father Due To Liver Cancer He Struggled With Finding His Place In The World As He Didn’t Really Have The Guidance. His Mother Always Away He Didn’t Understand That She Had To Make A Living For The Both Of Them But She Was All He Had But From A Childs Point Of View He Was Alone and Unwanted. He Then Seeked Attention Through Fighting and Terrible Behavior In School Leading To Expulsions. His Mother Bailing Him Out Of Jail and Some Life Situations. He Then Found A Love For Music When He Turned 16. At First His Vision Wasn’t Clear But His Music Soon Grew With Him. But As The Darkness Followed He Learned To Put His Life’s Story Into His Music. Every Lyric Every Bar Real and True. The One and Only Goon Oom.

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Ceo Verse “Drive Me Crazy” Official Video


In the world of love and relationships, we look for a better half who understands us no matter the situation. Your better half will have you doing things you would not expect because you have finally realized she is the right one.

Ceo Verse aka Mr. love Doctor is a Richmond, Virginia artist who may have found his better half and he describes that feeling with his new video Drive Me Crazyfilmed by Shot4Shot Imagery. Produced by Donn Suave he explains how his lady treats him, knows him, and understands who he is all while playing her position. Ceo Verse is used to the world seeing him as famous or someone they envy because they cannot have his success. In this visual his lady is exactly what he needs and as he mentions in the song “You ain’t even Treat me like I’m famous”

The Engineering, Production, Lyrics, and vibe of the whole song are official. Get tuned with “Drive Me Crazy” by Ceo Verse available on all digital platforms.

Check out the official video