Worm - Serious Feat. Peyton Benge


Worm and Peyton Benge have come together on Worm’s new track Serious, with every project Worm puts out better quality production and bars than before and this song is proof. Peyton Benge shows his skills on this song by singing and rapping, which I think elevated this from being just another rap song. I hope to hear Peyton collaborate with more rap artist in the future. The song Serious is an anthem to those not looking to be “cuffed” in today's dating market. Worm and Peyton built this song in the studio from the ground up, which makes me feel the meaning behind the song is authentic to both of them. 

 Worm, on making of the song with Peyton in the studio:

"I always wanted to work with Peyton from hearing him perform. I thought he had a good singing voice could sound better coupled with my production. As I was working on "To Go Plate" I figured this would be the best time to get in the studio and work with him. We linked up one day and I decided to make a beat from scratch and see what we could make happen. I decided to open my Apple loops and see what I could make from that and I instantly found that beginning sample and just added my bass line and drums. As I built the beat Peyton started humming melodies and saying "It ain't even serious" and I was like "Yo that's the hook. We recorded the song that day."

Worm’s 4th full-length album To Go Plate comes out April 30th and will be available on all streaming platforms. 

QUANNA - Sunday Service (Freestyle) prod. Bassline Fanaticz

I have had my eye on QUANNA for a couple years now, her being one of the few female emcees to gain an A3C stage every year for the past couple of years. I am happy to see her still doing her thing. This visual pays homage to the 90's film, 'Don't Be a Menace to Society in South Central LA' and shows off QUANNA's unique style and cadence. I’ll be looking forward to more of QUANNA , every female I’ve see working in ATL always goes on to do great things.

Cityboy Chop and Bezel- Fuk Wut U Heard

Cityboy Chop and Bezel came together recently to give you this new song and video Fuk Wut U Heard. Bezel, a dear friend of mines, artist, host, and owner of La Roux's Kitchen, a cajun catering business in the Tulsa area, told me he has more songs to come. This visual and memorable hook is now one of my favorite things to play and ironically features one of my favorite people. I asked Bezel, when can we expect more music from him, he says he's taking his time but we will definitely be dropping things this year. I'm sure whenever Bezel decides to drop something, it'll be worth the wait. 

Catch Bezel and other Tulsa artist at Lyricist Lounge this month at Saints in OKC. 

Grand National- Switchin' Lanes

Grand National is playing no games this year and this visual definitely shows that. Switchin' Lanes is the latest video from El Camino Theory which should be dropping this year. The song is a foreshadowing of what's in store for Grand and his future as he has creeps out of his comfort zone and make bigger moves for this project rollout which we will be seeing soon. Follow him on his socials and be on the lookout for what he and his crew ChosenFew have in store with a possible tour this year and more. Much love to DirectedbySharp this video is so clean and well done.

St. Domonick - 5050 Featuring Hakeem Eli'juwon (prod. Cwitit)

St. Domonick spent all 4th quarter of 2017 to give us gifts all 2018. 5050 is the second visual off of St. Doms latest project #SSS. The last couple of months Dom has been putting in work, I'm starting to get notified about his music in OKC more and more. #SSS has shown the state that St. Domonick is serious and I would expect a lot more music from the Fresh Fry Prince himself this year. Check out the dope video below feat. Tulsa royalty Hakeem Eli'juwon produced by Cwitit and Shot by King Spencer.

Cosmic Carl - Just Saiyan

This F14 X Gotsteeze.net collaboration comes at an interesting time. Just Saiyan, the latest song of #TomcatThursdays from intergalactic star Cosmic Carl. This release comes after a turn of events in my own life and my "new-ish" friendship with the F14 crew. Just Saiyan is undeniably catchy and is obviously a reference to anime staple, Dragon Ball Z. Every DBZ saga is about the underdog training and working to make legendary plays in the future. Produced by Wayne Valentine, Just Saiyan made me a little hesitant with its theme, which could easliy be deemed "corny" with so many rap artist today using its populairty in their music, but this song is definitely top tier.

DBZ stories are relatable to me, seeing as how I have been MIA from the site lately and very active in real life, contributing to some the largest events ever this past 4th quarter. I am starting this new year with new stories, ideas, events. Stay tuned for my future endeavors in 2018, SUBSCRIBE to the site and peep/download the song below. #GotSteezeForever

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KNOble Savage - The Ron Jeremy Tape

I was pleasantly surprised by KNOble Savages latest project The Ron Jeremy Tape. KNOble a polarizing figure in the scene has an equally fitting album title to his project, naming it after polarizing "actor" Ron Jeremy, who he even gets a drop from within the LP. My favorite track on this project is Life, Money with Clark Rooseveltte, which reminds me of a lost Little Brother track. KNOble made this album in hopes of resetting himself after Casino Cartel, a collaborative project with Teflo $ that dropped earlier this year. KNOble was also eager to make music with Okie native, Detroit transplant, producer, DJ and engineer Sardashhhwho produced this project. Check out the project below and look forward to more music from KNOble, which he told me is on the way.