The folks over at The Jazz Hop Cafe dropped their 5th compilation album today, and one of the tracks that I worked on made the cut! Its a track titled Speakeasy. Smooth vocals were done by way of the homie AzMattic and the track was produced by the founder Preposition. He came to me add some inout with the jam and then turned it over to another super talented producer, EMERLD who added his final touches. Check it out and support the full project via Spotify, iTunes, Soundcloud and for the first time ever, Vinyl!

New Track for The Jazz Hop Café’s ‘Jazz Hop #5’
Summer Compilation Album. Available now on:

Vinyl – bit.ly/2xqD2vZ
Spotify – spoti.fi/2srNuh7
SoundCloud – bit.ly/2swigFJ
YouTube – youtu.be/1TDVojDmEX8
Itunes – apple.co/2L6rjVf


Don’t Call

A while back I wrote about my brother Carrington starting his weekly podcast, well this week, one of the songs in the vault that we worked on made the cut! This was a nice surprise and huge honor. Check out the episode and Don’t Call after the jump.

This Is What it Feels Like


This is what good music sounds like. Super happy to see this one drop. This joint has been in the vault for a few years now so I was pretty amped to see it drop. Autumn is a super talented femcee/singer up in the DMV area. I don’t remember exactly how we linked up but Im pretty sure it was through some of the other dope DMV artists that I used to work with at that time such as Era Hardaway, Wrighteous & JA-P.

She has a good sound and ear for music. So you put the two of us together and you’ve got some sultry hip hop vibes. Peep the track after the jump.


Much love to the good folks over at The Jazz Hop Cafe for featuring my track Just Vibe on their JDilla Tributes Mix. It features other amazing tracks and producers with jams in the style of Dilla. What more can you ask for?

You Lost One

Check out this dope Spoken Word cover from my bro Mic Geniuz. Guy is super talented and dope with words. He’s been doing the spoken word and poems for a while now. We’ve collaborated on a few stuff in the past as well. But it’s dope to see him putting a plan together and record visuals to get his words out there. Keep pushing!

Aye, Aye Captain


Khary is super dope. Seriously. One of the best artists I have heard in my years of doing music. I remember our paths crossing 7 years ago, via Youtube. When he was going under a completely different alias. Just starting out and finding his way. He wanted a mock instrumental I had made from a 9th Wonder beat so he could make a freestyle to it. I think afterwards I reached out to send him beats as I also produced, and I loved his sound. And from there we made a good 4 to 5 jams over the course of a few years. With Khary blessing me to remix his Mutiny track last year.

We’ve never physically met (on my bucket list to change that) and our sounds have drifted apart in different directions over the years but I have nothing but love and respect for this dude. One day, I think we can make some cool stuff again. He’s always inspired me for music and I respect his grind. Im super proud of how far hes come and how far hes going to go. Bank on it.

What a year this guy is having too and its just February. Peep his latest joints from his year after the jump! Features awesome production from Calev, Cloud Atrium, & Tedd Boyd.


The full documentary for By Any Other Name is out now on Youtube! Its a great and informative watch. For those that do not remember, I had the honor of being the music consultant for this film. As well, as being able to score for some scenes and its soundtrack! Check it after the jump