We've all been told that pressure busts pipes, or revenge is a dish best served cold. These cliches have been in our lives since birth, some could say we live by these sayings. Answer me this, what do you say when you're met with pain, death, and confusion ? You tell the opposites to check the stats.
Not too many can be trusted when playing this game. Filled with reckless souls who come from nothing and feel they deserve it all. Best believe respect is currency in itself, and it can't be bought. Especially coming out of the city that breeds street soldiers. Only those close will truly understand, Finesse gives his insight. All you have is you and yours and the top spot comes with a price.
Some attempt to become a boss to reach a certain status, some do it to acquire riches, others are born a boss. There's nothing to question when it comes to the hustle goddess Mina K. Red eye after red eye trying to figure this shit out. Only two goals on her mind; get the bag secured, then bounce.
"Fell off, jumped right back on it. Feels like the game's haunted, how bad do you really wanted ?" These are the first lyrics of this track. This song is purveyed by someone falling on hard times, only to realize how enticing and easily attainable 'fast money' can be. Although the territory comes with risks such as; prison, or worst death. It never fails for this path to end at the crossroad of "was it all worth it" and "the game was never designed to win", hence why it's called the 'game'.
The return of Texas's own Xity Maub. After a few years traveling the globe they've returned home with their first single off their new EP "Return To The Xity [Prelude]" with a few stories to tell. Oddly enough they all share the same ending, lots of girls and lots of vices. Same Xity sound, more Maub mentality. Then again, I thought y'all niggas knew.
After a challenging year in 2019 Mina K used the lessons in life to evolve and redesign the Hustle Goddess. Here she presents her morals and mentality over melodic trap beats and Midwest makings. Featuring fan favorites like "Buss Down" & "Trap"
Rapper/Producer Kristoph the Demigaud met fellow producer and future member of “The Xity” 1SelfishDon in South Korea while they both served in the U.S. Army. Taking the experience they gained while performing overseas under The Xity, Kristoph began to mold himself as an artist, putting out his first solo project “W.A.V.Y.4.” in March 2018. Now full circle, Xity Maub has linked back up under different management with a totally different perspective on life and the industry. Many label the group's sound as ambient but energetic, calling it “SpaceWave” rap due to their tendency to use synths, distortion, heavy reverb, and other ambient elements in their music. Following the reunion the group has decided to drop unreleased music from their days over seas. Powered by: NeverDie Records, we bring to you "Return To The Xity [Prelude]"
From jumping off the porch, to high speed chases, Yung Loub lived to tell the tale of the Road Runners. Trapped in the middle of the map where street life is not only glorified but prophesied, it gets hard for this generation to see a life of anything else. Knowing he was destined for greatness Yung Loub had to take a chance on himself after being kicked out of his home following the passing of his mother. Time to see what life has to offer. From true tests comes true testimony.