First Day Feature: Is Fred Nice coming home?

It’s one of life’s constant themes that change will eventually occur. People grow and as they do so we all look for ways to become improved versions of ourselves. The music world is no different, as artists look to expand their own brands by incorporating different sounds. Such was the case for Fred Nice over…

1stDayFresh Feature: Immo DTS

Brooklyn, New York rapper/producer Immo DTS recently released his new single “Follow The Leader”. Immo is derived from his real name Imhotep, while DTS refers to Du2ceTr3y6, the crew he started with his nephews and cousin at age 9, which in turns was the street number (236) of the home where his grandmother lived after…

1stDayFresh Feature: G2

Oakland-based rapper G2 recently returned to the music scene after some early successes inadvertently spurred him to reevaluate his intentions. “My music started to pick up speed, and I suddenly became more commercial than I planned to be. I started making music that I thought the fans wanted to hear, rather than being the kind…

1stDayFresh Feature: Sean Elliot

Baton Rouge, Louisiana artist/producer Sean Elliot recently released “Big Boy”, his new single featuring fellow Mississippi rapper and Big K.R.I.T. collaborator Big Sant. Produced by Joe On The Track, the track will appear on Sean’s forthcoming album Brown Liquor & 808s which will also feature Adam Dollar$, DQ Rodgers and Iraouree. Sean released his Preface…

Premiere: Sean Elliot debuts “Big Boy” featuring Big Sant

One thing about the south that stands out in comparison to the rest of the world is the sheer necessity of having to drive. With things being more spaced out than the Metropolitan areas of other regions, you need a ride to survive. Of course, if that’s the case you may as well get you…

1stDayFresh Feature: Woo Child

St. Louis rapper Woo Child released the EP Heirs (watch the music video for “Center Stage”) in 2015, produced entirely by three-time St. Louis Underground Music Fest Beat Champion, JBJR. Woo’s discography includes the single “Move” on the Monarchy Records/Spectra Music Group label, which became the original entrance music for WWE Tag Team, The Prime Time Players,…