Rahway Rap Artist Krash Battle (New Jersey Rebels + Dead Rebels Society) Releases His New Single “CallLat” Prod. By Bentley Summers

Posted: April 25th, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Audio, Independent, Producers, Stream | Tags: , , , | No Comments » Krash Battle (New Jersey Rebels + Dead Rebels Society) releases his intoxicating new single "CallLat". The song does not have the same edginess heard in past music released by Krash Battle but appeals to the hip-hop fan who wants to roll up and chill. Emerging New Jersey producer Bentley Summers sets the right tone for the lead single of Krash's upcoming project. "CallLat" is worthy of a listen. Read more

Video: OGxHenny, “My Favorite Girl”

Posted: September 24th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Independent, Videos | Tags: , , | No Comments » The last time we heard OGxHenny was on a posse cut featuring the entire Dead Rebel Society. Dolo Filmz captures the essence of OGxHenny in the music video for "My Favorite Girl". Smoke sumthin, drink sumthin. Read more

Nameliss, “Mary Go Round”

Posted: July 24th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Audio, Independent | Tags: , , , | No Comments » Dead Rebel Society's recording artist Nameliss shares the lead single off his forthcoming LP entitled, More Is More. Let "Mary Go Round" hold you over until the September 11th release of the full project. Read more

BilllzEgypt, “Can Tell You Why”

Posted: May 7th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Audio, Independent | Tags: , , | No Comments » The latest addition to the Dead Rebel Society collective, BilllzEgypt shares a snippet of her singing ability on "Can Tell You Why" produced by Elete Wright. The Billly Blues EP will be available this summer. Read more

Video: Nameliss Featuring Jizzy McKnight, “No Bugatti”

Posted: October 24th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Audio, Videos | Tags: , , , | No Comments » Many things do not compare to the drunken nights we share with our closest friends. "No Bugatti" is a secondhand account of what it is like to party with Nameliss and his clan of hooligans (no disrespect). The song is brilliant in a unique way. Although the subject matter is quite generic, Nameliss and Jizzy McKnight share their joy of life without the addition of materialistic goods. Read more