At Lehigh Valley Underground, we believe that sharing is caring. So, let’s try something new around here: let’s round up some new releases from local artists you may or may not have heard.
Tag Archives: hip hop
Nerdcore rapper NyteXing releases tracks at such a prolific rate (there’s that word again) that, like the Pokemon referenced and sampled at the beginning and end of his recent single, “IGO,” it’s hard to catch ’em all.
We told you we had more announcements to come for the June installment of #LVUFirstFriday.
Local hip hop artist Devin Hailey has teamed with Tanzcos Beverages Bethlehem on a new promo video that goes hard and highlights the store’s wide selection of beers.
Back in January, Supreme Legends’ A Night in the Valley at One Centre Square served as our introduction to local rapper Rome Rizzo, whose presence stood out among a stacked night of hip hop talent and artistry.
Who said an open mic night has to cater to just one genre — or, just to music?
Just when you thought our #LVUFirstFriday lineup was complete for May…
Enters: A NyteXing!
Foxtrot & the Get Down, the rising blues rock stars from Philadelphia who performed a stirring set at Musikfest last year, are back with an anthemic effort on their new single, “Down & Out.”
We close out March of The Quinn Spinn’s fifth anniversary year with NyteXing. The re-branded nerdcore rapper, formerly known as Maverick Da Roninn, discusses the change, his current projects, and what’s in store for a busy 2018.
Plus, we have new music from a diverse array of local artists, as well as a preview of the April 2018 edition of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series.
Sponsored by The Valley Ledger and Tuk Law Offices.
REVEL 9 – All I’ve Become (Opening theme)
Alpha Zero Three – Breathing
Kara Hartzell – On the Horizon
NyteXing – War is Raw
NyteXing – Standup
NyteXing – Let It Go
Atown Slim ft. Phase Wun – HBK
Reece Mills – So Excited
Pat Foran – All That It Can Be
Neil Grover – Whoa
NyteXing. Maverick Da Roninn. By any name, Matthew Mosley continues to be one of, if not the most, prolific artists of any genre in the Lehigh Valley.