Music
by A. Gram on October 30, 2013

In the words of the BlogFather, PropaneLv spits “absolute fire”. The Westcoast emcee came out swinging with his second mixtape, “Varsity Blues,” going for gold, and in my not-so-humble-opinion, succeeding. With a relatively new artist such as Lv, there's always a strong temptation to find a slew of more established artists to which to draw comparisons, but in this case, it's safe to say that he's one of a kind.

PropaneLv has enough bars to start another gold rush, and a voice smooth enough to have the likes of Miss Upton dropping her pants for him. It's no surprise that he was able to cop a deal with the likes of Monster, and I'd be more than a little shocked if he doesn't embark on a country-wide tour in the next few months. Find him on iTunes here.

Jon Bellion is undoubtedly one of the best underground artists in the game right now, but his time of being known exclusively in the blogosphere will soon be over. In addition to dropping hit upon hit, he's taken to penning tracks for some of the biggest artists in the world. The most recent example? None other than the chilling chorus of “The Monster” by Eminem feat. Rihanna. View Jon's dope new video below, and be sure to check out his work with Slim Shady here.

At this point, there's not much we have to say to you when Kap Slap releases anything new. Everything he touches becomes an instant jam, and he's become quite the brand name as a result. Check out his latest hour-long mix, and be sure to download it for your next rager.